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    Default Tritium Keyfob review

    Took me a while to write this up



    http://keychainpockets.blogspot.com/...ob-review.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazna View Post
    The link is dead. Do you have another link that works?

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    A blog on small pocket tools, keychain gadgets and more!

    http://keychainpockets.blogspot.com/

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    Default Re: Tritium Keyfob review

    Great review

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    Grate site. Made a purchase for a glow fob.Next move some H3.

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    Nice site hazna,

    Very useful for us keychain gadget junkies
    The green one in the pic (3rd from the left - self installed one i think) seems much brighter than the Merkava. Wish it could be bought pre-made.
    What's the brightest one out there atm?
    I own the first and last ones (betalight green and NITE blue)

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex21 View Post
    Nice site hazna,

    Very useful for us keychain gadget junkies
    The green one in the pic (3rd from the left - self installed one i think) seems much brighter than the Merkava. Wish it could be bought pre-made.
    What's the brightest one out there atm?
    I own the first and last ones (betalight green and NITE blue)

    Cheers
    The merkava seems less bright because it got quite scratched up. In terms of the most bright? Green tritium is usually the brightest, if the tritium vial is the same size (most of the larger ones are 23x3mm), the brightness is pretty comparable. A coloured casing (such as the nite glow-rings) probably takes away the brightness slightly. Also, if your tritium is significantly older stock, you might also notice it is less bright.

    I think bart sells some 4x20mm vials, I've read they are slightly more brighter than the 23x3mm as they are slightly thicker.
    A blog on small pocket tools, keychain gadgets and more!

    http://keychainpockets.blogspot.com/

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