The Lumenok (lighted arrow nock) is fast becoming the most popular lighted nock on the market. The Lumenok is a lighted uni-nock and adds only 22 grains of weight to your arrow. Simply remove your nock and put in the Lumenok and you are ready to go.
Lumenok, September 1, 2015 By Craig Castellane (Hilton Head Island, SC)
best value I've found out there, will definitely buy again from Eagle Archery
Lumenok delivers, July 27, 2015 By Lloyd (Lawrenceville, GA)
After comparing all the lighted nocks I could find, I settled on the Lumenok because it offers a replacement battery, easy Ã¢â‚¬Å“offÃ¢â‚¬Â procedure and a quality (Bohning) nock. I was also persuaded by the large number of reviewers who commented on the brightness of the green version. Before installing them, I watched the videos at http://www.lumenok.com/#!services/cfvg . I found the nocks to be too tight for my bow string, so I first removed the battery, then pressed a round metal dowel into the nock before placing it (only as deep as the nock seat) into boiling water for a few seconds. After cooling, the nock was a perfect fit for my string. Lumenok apparently doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t offer a practice nock, and I didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t want to kill my batteries on backyard targets; so, I first pulled the nock about a sixteenth of an inch away from the shaft before taking four wraps of coarse sewing thread around the shaft of the nock, then knotting the thread and re-seating the nock. After cutting the thread ends close to the knot, the modification is almost invisible and doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t affect the flight of the arrow. The thread effectively prevents contact between the shaft and the circuit points of the nock. Now, I can practice with the same arrow and nock I will use for hunting and the battery will remain fresh until I remove the thread.