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TenPoint Alpha-Brite Lighted Nock System

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78824401335
The three-piece, Alpha-Brite Lighted Nock System begins with a Nock-Receiver insert with a six-sided interior cavity designed to accept a combined LED unit and translucent pegged Alpha-Brite Nock. The Nock Receiver is glued into the nock-end of the arrow and indexed with the vanes.

*Package includes 3 translucent Alpha-Nocks, LED Units, Nock Receivers (for arrows with shaft sizes .297, .300, .305 I.D), a Nock Receiver and Alignment tool, and a refletching tool.

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Rated 4 out of 5
Lighted nocks.
Works well on my wife’s crossbow. Had a few break so must be a weak spot or something.
January 29, 2021
Purchased
3 months ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Buyer beware -- you may be purchasing junk
I'm a long time vertical bow shooter and bought my first crossbow from Tenpoint this year. The bow I bought requires Alphanocks or the warranty is void (questionable business practice since it creates a "closed system" effectively eliminating the use of any 3rd party bolts, nocks, etc).

I wanted a lighted nock for all the reasons any would want one: a) easier to see where you hit your target, b) easier to find your target than no illuminated; c) assists in recovering the animal should the animal carry it some distance.

Here is what you as the buyer should be aware of:

#1. the nocks are overly sensitive and will engage the light mechanism as you move through the woods, crank your bow or hoist your bow up your tree. There's nothing like getting 3 steps up my tree to look down in the pre-dawn to see half my quiver lit.

#2. it's difficult to turn off the lighted nock in the dark. To turn of the nock, you need to remove the nock from the receiver, remove the light stick, pull the light stick out. That's easy. What's difficult is re-inserting the light stick in the dark or while walking back to your vehicle and making sure that the nock aligns properly. These only nock one way.

#3. the power of the light is contingent upon how far forward the light stick bulb is pressed to engage the battery. In roughly half my shots, especially during day light, you can't see the lighted nock in a target. It's simply not bright enough due to the fact that the light stick is not engaged.

#4. a by-product of #3 is that sometimes you don't know your nocks are even lit during the day. They could be bumped or jostled while on stand during daylight. And b/c they have engaged enough to draw battery but no bright enough to see that they are light, they will burn down your battery.

In general, these are clever design that doesn't work that great and creates to many inadvertent engagements of the light stick. Compounding this is Tenpoint warranty which demands that you only use their nocks in certain bows -- or -- your warranty is void. When a manufacture or publisher of any kind makes a lousy product and takes away my choices -- which is exactly what Tenpoint has done -- this leads to a poor customer experience.

I don't write negative reviews to vent. I write a negative review because I want Tenpoint to FIX the product. To pay 4x as much for bolts as I would a vertical bow and then to have a lousy experience with the product, I would hope that someone at Tenpoint would create a suitable remedy.

Lastly, I feel so strongly about this that if I can't get an appropriate solution for the 2021 season, I will sell the bow for whatever I can get. Please note that spent almost $2k on this.
November 19, 2020
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Rated 1 out of 5
Fall off and turn on to easily
First trip out with these and notice light is on. Turn it off. Look down later, on again. Second trip out and nock is missing. I’m not happy.. Come on Tenpoint. For what you charge for these, make a better product.
November 13, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Bought red ones to compare to the green.
I got the green lights with my vapor rs470 package, got the red ones to compare. They are both great, plenty bright and easy to see.
July 12, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great Nock inprovement.
I like the Nock redesign much better. My preference was red and boy is it bright. Converting all mine now to perhaps be able to find the bolts. LOL.
March 28, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Alpha Brite lighted nocks
They were very easy to install. The lights are bright with the red nocks but are not as bright with the green nocks. Very nice product!
January 29, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Alpha-Brite Lighted Nock System (3-pack)
Fast delivery and am easy change-out from the aluminum nocks.
December 13, 2019
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Rated 3 out of 5
Alpha nocks are hard to find
I shoot the pro elites from my turbo gt, and decided on trying the alpha nocks since they are supposed to be slightly more accurate. They are definitely accurate! The problem I have is once shot the alpha brite has a slightly "transparent" green nock. It is very hard to find in any daylight. My cousin shoots the clear luminocks from his Matthews and I have no problem seeing those across a 125 yard food plot. I've already lost 1 bolt this season and didn't see the 2nd until I was 5 feet away. So I'm saying buyer beware on the alpha brite until tenpoint comes out with a clear nock!
October 14, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
Highly visable
Very visible, simple to install in the Center punch bolts
August 12, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
alpha brites
New alpha nocks are great and alpha- brites are even better , great job tenpoint
May 1, 2019
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