All levels are changed with the Intensity Knob, conveniently located on the right side of the NIGHTRAZOR.
Light can be easily and quickly turned off with the Intensity Knob.
The NIGHTRAZOR features the following:
The NIGHTRAZOR is covered by a 2 year limited warranty. Please see our warranty section for details.
“Coonhunters tell us that they their love their hat- mounted NIGHTRAZOR spotlights, and they asked us to come up with a method of attaching our light to their rifles,” commented Gary Williams, Tri-Tronics Marketing and Sales Manager. “Our engineers designed the accessory adaptor to be compatible with Weaver or Picatinny-rail style scope rings.”
Weighing only 5.2 ounces, the NIGHTRAZOR cordless spotlight runs off a rechargeable, long-lasting battery. The compact, rugged, waterproof design includes four levels of bright- ness intensity and battery life indicator. The NIGHTRAZOR offers a S_O_S flashing option can be used in cases of emergencies. A quick flashing Strobe mode can be used to catch the eye of a curious raccoon or signal a hunting partner.
“Red and Amber filters are available as additional accessories to provide additional stealth, perfect for hunting wild hogs, coyotes, or other predators at night,” stated Williams.
“It’s reliable, compact, has phenomenal battery life, super lightweight, and weapon mount- able,” remarked A.P. Jones, owner of AllPredatorCalls.com. “If you started with a clean sheet of paper with the intent to design the ideal night hunting light, it would be called the NIGHTRAZOR”
In addition to the riflescope adaptors ($7.95), the NIGHTRAZOR can be used as a cap- mounted spotlight, in either a baseball-style cap with liner or a hard plastic helmet. An accessory headband-style mount will be available in May. The Tri-Tronics NIGHTRAZOR is backed by a 2-year warranty and is made in the USA.
For more information visit http://www.tritronics.com/nightrazor.html
March 21, 2012 – posted in On the Trail,
Our buddies over at Tri-Tronics have a pretty slick new little spotlight out on the market. The NIGHTRAZOR kicks out 180 lumens of bright white light. Even cooler, it’s just three inches in diameter, weighs less than 5.5 ounces, and doesn’t require any cords or external battery packs.
The light was designed with hound hunters in mind, who normally take to the woods in the pitch-black night. Without a doubt, it’ll fit that bill. But it’s equally useful for hunters who need help finding their way to and from their blind in the dark — something we experienced during a recent Oklahoma wild hog hunt.
Compared to other spotlights on the trip, the NIGHTRAZOR won hands-down when considering beam diameter, beam distance, size, weight, and battery life. That’s got us thinking that campers, hikers, long distance endurance runners, or cyclists will appreciate the NIGHTRAZOR — anyone who’s looking for a powerful, yet lightweight way to illuminate their way.
The NIGHTRAZOR features four beam intensities and has a battery life of 2.7 hours to 40 hours, depending on intensity. At the end of the day (er, night), the NIGHTRAZOR can be recharged through the included USB cradle and wall charger. The NIGHTRAZOR can be easily mounted on any standard bump cap, and an elastic headband accessory will be available later this spring.
“Tri-Tronics has long served as a great partner for the Hunting Retriever Club,” remarked HRC President, Michael Witt. “They are committed to assisting each of our 132 chapters, both of our national Grands, and various other projects in promoting the HRC mission”.
“Conceived by hunters, for hunters,” is both the philosophy and reality of the Hunting Retriever Club. The organization was formed in 1984, and has over 8,500 active members in 132 Clubs in 36 states and 2 provinces. The HRC is a family-oriented organization offering outdoor fun and fellowship to its participants. Participation by women and children is strongly encouraged and a wholesome atmosphere is maintained at all times.
“The Hunting Retriever Club has had an incredible impact on the sporting dog world by expanding opportunities for waterfowlers and retriever owners,” commented Gary Williams, Marketing and Sales Manager of Tri-Tronics. “The HRC’s vital role in the retriever community makes our sponsorship a key component of our marketing strategy, and besides, we just plain like hunting dogs!”
Tri-Tronics, a Garmin company, manufactures a full line of electronic dog training equipment. Training collars are backed by 2-year warranty. All products are made in the USA.
Another field tester commented, “The Bark Limiter works like a charm!! My dog barked at everything, with the collar, I don’t hear him anymore. I wish my neighbor had a collar for his dog!”
With 5 intensity levels, the Bark Limiter is a rugged and simple tool for dog owners to control unwanted nuisance barking. The compact waterproof receiver and collar strap fits dogs of all sizes. The field testers cited the Bark Odometer™ as a key to the Bark Limiter’s effectiveness, “Being able to count the number of corrections really helped me select the appropriate stimulation level for my dog.”
“The North American Hunting Club is long respected institution in the hunting industry,” stated Gary Williams, Tri-Tronics Marketing and Sales Manager . “We are pleased that our Bark Limiter was rated so highly by their field testers. It’s an honor to receive their Seal of Approval.”
Tri-Tronics, a Garmin company, manufactures a full line of electronic dog training equipment. The Bark Limiter is backed by a one year warranty. All products are made in the USA.
“Our partnership with Tri-Tronics serves as a model for what a sponsorship relationship should be,” remarked Bob West, longtime NAVHDA Director. “The high quality Tri- Tronics builds into their e-collars assures our members a reliable product with a wide range of levels fitting the needs for each situation which in turn promotes humane ethical training”.
The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association is a nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to foster, promote, and improve the versatile hunting dog breeds in North America; to conserve game by using well trained reliable hunting dogs before and after the shot; and to aid in the prevention of cruelty to animals by discouraging nonselective and uncontrolled breeding, which produces unwanted and uncared for dogs.
“The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association has long played the role of a vital caretaker of the sporting dog world by establishing hunt test criteria and maintaining breed standards,” commented Gary Williams, Marketing and Sales Manager of Tri-Tronics. “Because of NAVHDA’s dedication to the birddog community, we consider our relationship as a vital part of our marketing strategy.”
Tri-Tronics, a Garmin company, manufactures a full line of electronic dog training equipment. Training collars are backed by a 30-day money-back, 2-year warranty. All products are made in the USA.