Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker
Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker

Tritium Ember Glow Fob With Glass Breaker

Regular price $19.95
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What is Tritium ? Tritium or hydrogen-3 is a rare and radioactive isotope of hydrogen. The nucleus of tritium contains one proton and two neutrons, whereas the nucleus of the common isotope hydrogen-1 contains just one proton, and that of hydrogen-2 contains one proton and one neutron.

Get the same long lasting glow as our other fobs but in a featherweight format at an unbeatable price.

Like its metal cousins, the Ember can be connected to your keychain, or any zipper on your range bag, backpack, sleeping bag, or tent.

Tritium is self-powered and self-reliant, just like you. It doesn't require an outside charge and has a half-life of 12.23 years.

Buy for yourself and your family & friends around you.

Features:

  • 1 Cylindrical Tritium Lamp Included
  • Injection Molded Polycarbonate Casing
  • Glass Breaker Tip
  • Keychain Hole / Lanyard Loop
  • Keyring
  • Waterproof

Dimensions:

Length (excluding keyring): 1.13"

Diameter (excluding keyring): 0.31" 

Weight : .1 Ounces 

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Q: Is Tritium dangerous?
A: No.
Tritium is unable to diffuse through these glass vials. Further, since Tritium is a low energy beta emitter, even if a tritium vial was broken, it is NOT dangerous externally (its beta particles are unable to penetrate human skin)
Tritium vials can be found in a wide range of common consumer goods such as watches, compasses, keychains, submarines, airplanes, gun sights, and tritium exit signs. 
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulates the use and distribution of self-illuminated tritium devices. Only companies with approved distribution licenses are legally allowed to build and distribute these tritium products. Glow Rhino works with a licensed partner with almost 30 years of experience working with tritium to legally illuminate its approved products.

Q: How long does Tritium last?
A: Tritium is self-powered, there is no need for batteries or an outside charge.
 Tritium has a half-life of 12.23 years.

Customer Reviews

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Edward Sherman
Titanium Ember Glow Fob

Easy to find my keys in the dark. Got one for me, and one for my wife. We both love them. Don’t think we will ever use the glass breaking tip, but you never know.

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Derek Thompson (Springfield, US)
Perfect.

I put mine on my keychain and frankly I may never loose my keys again. It's small and lightweight but really gives off a lot of light. This may be the best tritium value there is.

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Derek Thompson (Arlington, US)
Very Cool!

Like most people I'm constantly looking for my keys which usually entails finding a small flashlight, and then looking right in front of me. This went right on my keyring and yes, it's bright enough to see across the room. Thanks again countrycomm! I don't buy everything I see but everything I have bought I've been very happy with.

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B.B.T. (Omaha, US)
Will it truly break a window??

NOT A REVIEW, JUST A QUESTION.

PLEASE SHOW A VIDEO OF YOU ALL USING THIS TINY THING TO BUST A WINDOW. IVE BUSTED MANY WINDOWS IN MY FIREMAN DAYS. JUST DONT SEE THIS HAPPENING EASILY OR EVEN AT ALL WITH THIS. THANKS.

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Stephen Kaufer (Sarasota, US)
Love these fobs

I have a few and will get more. What I love is the value. Tritium itself expensive and with the case, it is a bargain.


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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Warning: This product may contains chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov