BREADCRUMB Bluetooth and LED Illuminating Archery Arrow Nock for Hunting, Arrow or Crossbow Bolt
- LED AND/OR BLUETOOTH TRACKING- Our lighted LED arrow nock can be traced and retrieved by LED light or Bluetooth. The bright LED light provides high visibility illumination and 35 hours of long-lasting battery life so you can shoot at dusk and still track down your arrow the next day. Our Bluetooth component has a range up to 50+ yards and can communicate directly with your smartphone- no WIFI needed.
- EASY ON/OFF ACTIVATION- No magnets, pullout switches, knife points or screw drivers required. The Breadcrumb Bluetooth LED nock is armed and ready with a simple touch of its water-resistant activation button. The convenient replaceable battery is controlled by the PCB to monitor battery life and conserve energy when needed and provides more than 35 hours of continuous tracking power. Battery included
- HIGH VIABILITY- Our ultra-bright LED light uses a motion sensor to activate when firing and acts as an illuminated tracer in flight and becomes a pulsating beacon to aid in retrieval at night or daytime
- TECHNOLOGY- The brains behind it all is a tiny PCB microprocessor that controls the light, sound and Bluetooth tracking functions. The unique built-in sound chip and speaker feature calls out to provide you its hidden location in the occasion that your arrow gets covered by earth and brush
- COMPATIBLE AND SIZING- Our durable and reliable nocks are available in multiple sizes and designed to fit most of the popular arrows and crossbow bolts. Available in flat and half-moon ends for crossbows
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The simple story… we’re a bunch of regular guys, who like to hunt and hate losing track of equipment in the outdoors. We saw a need, dreamed up an idea and took a risk to develop what we believe to be the most exciting new product in the outdoor industry. We appreciate you taking this journey with us.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 0.07 x 3.75 x 1.25 inches; 1.02 Ounces
- Item model number : BTCBTA-12-13
- Department : Mens
- Batteries : 2 Product Specific batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : August 17, 2018
- Manufacturer : BREADCRUMB
- ASIN : B07GL45NHJ
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#157,004 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #122 in Archery Nocks
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Soooooo ... installed the nocks per instructions
Initially it was pretty cool worked as advertised ..So I figured I’d give it a shot! So I went to my local archery range after shooting it only 6 times the nock totally fell out couldn’t find it, retrieve it, or Track it!!
Figured it was a fluke let me keep shooting upon my next three shots another one fell out at least I found it only because it fell near the target!!!
The third one the little rubber button that turns it on and off
Totally fell out !!!!!!! Total garbage!!!!!!!
To turn off the nock, you want to hold the button down for about four seconds, until the light comes on three times.
When you want to use the nocks, you need to turn on everything before you fire a shot. If you're not in the place you originally set up the nocks (and why would you be?), you need to have location services, data, and bluetooth on all over again. If their app doesn't get a GPS fix, it will never find your nocks, they'll just show up as out of range every time, not matter what else is turned on. If you're in a new place, you also *must* have data turned on. If the app can't build a map of where you are, it will just report your nocks as out of range, no matter what else is turned on. Make sure all three are turned on, there's been time for a GPS fix, then turn on your nock, then turn on your app and wait for it to say the nock is in range. Now you can use the nock, and the system works fairly well after that. You can shut off data at that point, but if you might have to go off that map to find the nock later, you should probably leave data on.
After that, the system does what they say, but it's not very good. The best part about it is the nock blinks. You wouldn't think a blinking nock is easier to find than a regular lit nock, but I find it easier. The app doesn't tell you direction, at all. It only tells you distance. You'll probably have a good idea about directions, but if the game takes your arrow/bolt with it, this app may not help much. If it was a pass-through or miss, and you can't see the blinking, the app is helpful, since you basically know the line of your arrow. Follow that line, watch for the app to say you're getting closer, then turn on the sound. The sound is really faint, but you know your arrow/bolt is on the ground somewhere, so get close to the ground and look for the blinking light and listen for the beeps. It should be within a few yards of where you are. Leave a marker there, and look around more - the usual routine for finding the blood trail, just applied to the arrow/bolt.
I've only tried these in the field once at this point - before I figured out the hoops to jump through to get it working - and it failed miserably. I was nearly standing on the bolt, didn't know it, and the app said it was out of range. I found it later when it got darker and the blinking LED was hard to miss. I'll update this when I try it for real. But if you're having trouble getting the thing to work, try the sequence above.
Nothing more than a very expensive lighted nock.
Yes, the bluetooth "technically" works, but a lot of glitches with the app or the nock, I'm not sure. Probably won't actually help you find any arrows unless it's staring you in the face.
Hopefully they can come up with an update or something so the thing actually works.