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Tritium-Max Betalights

4.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

Product Description

Tritium-MAX betalights are the ultimate continuous light source. Gaseous Tritium technology provides the maximum possible brightness making these the most powerful isotopes available. Tritium-MAX are also the first betalights (for fishing use) to be made in True Purple colour.

  • Large (22.5mm x 3mm) – for use as rod tip indicator or on some bobbins.
  • Small (12mm x 2mm) – for most buzzers, rods and accessories, also Bug Indicators.
  • Bug (10mm x 2.5mm) – fit all Bug Indicators apart from Nano Bugs.
  • ATTs (6mm x 2mm) – tiny size for ATTs Alarms and Nano Bug Indicators. Sold in Singles (Nano) and Pairs (ATTs).
  • Available in colours: Green, Red, Ice Blue, Purple, White and Orange.
  • Betalights are glue fitted into the Gardner Bug Indicators.

Fitting the Bug Betalights:

The Bug indicators come in two formats.

The coloured Micro and Mini Bugs have an internal stem that the Betalight is glued into underneath the coloured lens.

The solid white bodies, carbon style and black bodies all have a milled slot on the front into which the Betalight should be glued.

tritium MAX betalights

1 review for Tritium-Max Betalights

  1. Vernon
    4 out of 5

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    How do I fit the isotope in the bug, inside or on the outside and what is best to use?

    • admin

      :

      Hi Vernon,

      The Bug indicators come in two formats.

      The coloured Micro and Mini Bugs have an internal stem that the Betalight is glued into underneath the coloured lens.
      The solid white bodies, carbon style and black bodies all have a milled slot on the front into which the Betalight should be glued.

      Hope that this helps.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  2. Lee Speers

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    Hi, I bought 3 beta lights in feb and was wondering just how bright are they supposed to be? As mine just give off a dull glow is this right or are they supposed to be really bright?

    Thanks
    Lee

    • Lewis Read

      :

      Hi Lee

      Betalights give off a much duller light than a chemical light, but rather than only lasting a couple of hours they’re working life is measured in years.

      They are made from a glass tube filled with special gas. This means that if the tube cracks and the gas escapes they will loose their effectiveness.

      Yours

      Gardner Tackle

  3. mike

    :

    ive glued my betelights into my micro bugs.do you need to snap them first,like you would a glow stick because they hardly light up even in the dark.cheers

    • Lewis Read

      :

      Hi Mike

      If ou try to bend them the glass tube that they are made form will break and the gas inside will escape.
      The Tritium Max betalights are made to be as bright as they can be given the volume of the inside of the glass tube and the pressure of gas that has been pumped into them…

      Yours

      Gardner Tackle

  4. Ross Evans

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    Hi Gardner,

    I have just recently purchased a set of atts and by reading other posts on here am guessing the only way to fix the atts beta lights is to glue them into the ears?

    Now im looking at buying a set of nano bugs to complete my set, how do the beta lights fix into these, are they also glued ?

    Thanks, Ross

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi Ross,

      Yes, they must be attached with glue as well.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  5. Russell

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    Hi, i have the atts bite alarms and want to buy the bug indicators for a nice complete set.
    I am looking at the micro bugs, but which size tritum-max betalights are best fit – the small ones, or the specific bug size?

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi Russell,

      The Bug Tritium Max would be the best fit.

      Regards,
      Gardner Tackle

  6. Ladiis

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    Hi Gardner,
    I would like to ask about quantity of betalights per pack in Small and Large size? It is one betalight or 2 betalights per pack?
    Many thanks
    Ladiis

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi Ladiis,

      It is 1 Betalight per pack for the Small and Large size.

      Regards,
      Gardner Tackle

  7. John Webb

    :

    Hi

    I have just puchased 4 ATTS alarms, 4 mag rollers and Receiver in purple. I hope that the carp look as good as my set up. lol. I also have the beta lights to fit the alarms. Can you suggest the best way of fixing then to the ears.
    Many thanks
    John

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi John

      These ATTs Tritium-Max betalights need to be glued in position in the ears of your ATT heads – so really what you need to choose is the best glue to use…

      If your really careful you can do a nice neat job with just a bit of Rig glue but be careful not to get any around the outside of the slot as Rig glue tends to go white when it dries – we don’t want your nice new ATTs to end up looking scruffy do we!

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  8. Lee Wright

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    Hi do i need to do anything to activate the betalights?
    i bought a blue one and tried it in my microbug on a night session at the weekend and it hardly glowed at all and i couldnt see it at all once i moved more than a couple of feet away.
    thanks Lee

    • Lewis Read

      :

      Hi Lee

      You don’t need to ‘activate’ betalights – they should be glowing unless the glass they are made from has been damaged – otherwise they have a usable life measured in years..

      The power output of any isotope is directly proportional to 2 main attributes – the volume of the inside of the sealed glass tube and the pressure that the Tritium Gas is inside that tube. The volume of the small tritium max’s is small so even at maximum gas pressure they will never be as bright as a larger higher volume isotope.

      The only other factor is the colour of the betalight – the brightest colours being green and blue, closely followed by the white – with red and orange being less powerful due to the phosphorous mixture used with the Tritium gas to crate that colour. Having said that – they should still be visible (especially the blue one).

  9. john

    :

    hi
    im interested in purchasing betalights for my atts can you tell me what the life span is thanks

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi John,

      The expected life span of a betalight is around a minimum of 10 years.

      Hope that this helps.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  10. Aaron Simmons

    :

    How long do they last?

    • Gardner

      :

      Hi Aaron,

      A minimum of 10 years, as long as there is no crack allowing the gas to escape.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

      • Aaron Simmons

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        Fantastic, thanks for the quick reply

        • Gardner

          :

          No worries Aaron, glad to help

  11. Aaron

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    Hi there, I’ve owned 2 pairs of “bugs” before, however, I’ve found that the green ones glowed much brighter than the orange ones, I was wondering if you could advice on which one is brightest of all the colours? Thank you.

    • Gardner

      :

      Hello there Aaron,

      Yes, green is naturally the optimum colour for maximum uL (micro Lamberts) output, due to the gas mixture. Closely followed by purple and then white and orange. I hope that this helps.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  12. mattheu north

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    does the small betalights fit the gardner tlb alarms

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