Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition
Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition

Tritium Pry Bar GR - Limited Edition

Regular price $59.00
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Only 200 Available! Offered To CountyComm For 2022!

Work day or night with tritium glowing for upto 25 years embedded safely into a Titanium pry bar!!!

Like all of Glow Rhino’s glowing products, the Pry Bar contains self-powered tritium. Find it glowing under the couch, in your toolbox, or in your car’s center console. 

Use the Pry Bar as a flathead screwdriver to fix your bike, open up a paint can, or that happy hour microbrew. Sharp enough to open any box but safe enough to take on an airplane.

Glow Rhino’s tritium Pry Bar is your reliable companion whenever life’s modern challenges strike. 

Features:

  • 1 XL Tritium Insert
  • Rugged Titanium Construction
  • Pry Tool
  • Flathead Screwdriver
  • Bottle Opener
  • Keychain Hole / Lanyard Loop
  • Scoring Tool
  • TSA Friendly

Dimensions:

Length: 2.95’’

Width:  0.65’’

Thickness: 0.20’’ 

 

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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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C. (Pasig, PH)
Titanium EDC Flex

Fun little tool to keep on a titanium key amigo (also available at CC) using a titanium keyring (also available at CC) alongside another key or two. Great for flexing EDC, looks good on the table or a tray, and does have uses - I find myself looking for reasons to use it. A pricey for the function, but looking at the form, well, I mean, c'mon this is an EDC titanium flex item haha.

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Kenneth Aucoin (Austin, US)
Beautiful and Functional

Its the perfect size and draws the eye. The soft glow in the dark is an awesome feature. I find myself fidgeting with the bar because of it's excellent fit and finish. Great bottle opener and nice little pry.

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h.k. (Colorado Springs, US)
i like it

no one actually needs this. you could buy several widgy bars from this website for the same money, which do the pretty much the same thing. but i chose to get this. why? i don't know. i have it on my keys. i open an occasional box here and there, that's it. it didn't need to be made of titanium, it doesn't need a tritium glow insert. i mean it is very lightweight and i guess i can see it in the dark, not that either of those factors really matter in real-world scenarios. but at the end of the day, i like it.

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Joseph Walker (Philadelphia, US)

Great tool to have on key ring works as advertised.

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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