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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2011 11:38 am 
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Tri-Tronics has a new light coming out.

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Slice the Darkness with the NIGHTRAZOR!!

Tucson, AZ (September, 2011) –The NIGHTRAZOR offers hunters a powerful and versatile cordless cap-mounted spotlight, . At 180 Lumens, the NIGHTRAZOR’s beam is twice as large and brighter than other models currently available for hunters.

“Hunters that enjoy pursuing raccoons, hogs, and predators under night skies have long sought a replacement for their bulky or ineffective cap spotlights. Weighing only 5.2 ounces, the cordless NIGHTRAZOR eliminates the need for heavy battery-pack belts, but still offers superior light performance,” remarked Gary Williams, Marketing and Sales Manager. “The NIGHTRAZOR runs off a rechargeable, long-lasting battery. The compact, rugged, waterproof design includes four levels of brightness intensity and battery life indicator.”

Showcasing features not found in other cap-mounted spotlights, the NIGHTRAZOR offers a quick flashing Strobe mode that can be used to catch the eye of a curious raccoon or signal a hunting partner. The S_O_S flashing option can be used in cases of emergencies. Red and Amber filters are available to provide additional stealth when hunting coyotes or wild hogs at night.

“My first thought upon seeing the NIGHTRAZOR was that this small light can’t possibly do all the big things I require a light to do. I was wrong!” exclaimed legendary houndsman and author, John Wick. “In actual use, it has proven to be amazingly powerful, durable, and long-lasting. Everything I could wish for in a light-weight, dependable, handy light has been incorporated into the NIGHTRAZOR; and yes, it easily handles those bigger jobs too.”

The NIGHTRAZOR ($199) will go on sale in plenty of time for the holidays, hitting stores in November. The new cap spotlight will be available for purchase with a baseball-style cap or a hard plastic helmet. Rifle/shotgun mounts will also be available for purchase. The Tri-Tronics NIGHTRAZOR is backed by a 30-day money-back, 2-year warranty. All products are made in the USA.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 10, 2011 7:48 pm 
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And i thought my little buzzards roost light was cool


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:53 pm 
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I saw the new ad in Coonhound Bloodlines... but its not being offered on their website yet... can't wait to try one out.

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 Post subject: nite razor lights
PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 1:10 pm 
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do any of you have one and is it worth the money?


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Got to try one out this week and was impressed with it! We ordered 2 this week!!


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I'm about to order one myself and check it out. Looks like an awesome light I'll plug a review once I run it hard a few nights...


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Just bought one.Let me tell this light is great! much brighter than my old 17 volt bright eyes belt light.No cord no heavy battery pack.Strobe feature is neat also.

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seen one operate at walker days and wasnt impressed

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I put it and a 21v 6led light side by side and it was almost as bright I'm just fond of the square beam it throughs. For the money I would say the best light on the market.


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Sorry I meant not fond of the square beam


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Light is excellent in my opinion. I hate cords and battery packs with a passion so this light is perfect for my hunting style. It is super lite and durable. I've hunted a few long nights with it now and the battery has yet to even come close to letting me down. 4 hour charge time is great and the charging method is a USB cradle, so you can plug it into your car stereo or a cheap USB adapter from Walmart to the cig lighter. The beam pattern is another thing I like. With the square beam I feel like I'm seeing more of what I'm looking for in the trees. I'm curious as to how well the square will work for thick leaves during summer hunting, I think I may need a tighter beam, but we will see. The brightness is plenty bright for me but not as bright as my K lite I had before. The control on the side is very easy to use and it has nice clicks to define each setting change. The bump cap sold for the light is very nice. It has a really soft head band to keep from rubbing the noggin raw and is vented for breathe ability. All in all I feel like this is yet another great product produced by tri tronics and I feel like $200.00 is an extremely fair price for the light. 100% satisfied.


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Hello
I was wondering if you all could give me some feedback on the new hunting light made by tritronics. The only cap light I have seen in action is the laser torch pro owned by a friend of mine. I know it's probably the best on the market, but I was thinking the nightrazor could be nice as long as it is plenty bright.
Has anyone seen or used one? How bright are they?
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BTW
I currently use a bright eyes featherlight 28 volt belt light. Is the night razor gonna be close to the same brightness?


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Just got mine.It is as bright as my 28 volt with G2 head! no more big battery pack. Spot is not as big as the G2 but I can get over that. Great little light!

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I just bought one an it's possibly the best light I've ever owned! The square beam is for a tight spot, put in the walkin filter and it widens out like a normal beam.


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