TEC Accessories [Next Generation EMBRITE Glow Fob: Precision Glow in The Dark Keychain - Anodized Aluminum
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- Embrite: TEC's latest, proprietary, glow-in-the-dark technology - providing the brightest achievable results
- Precision machined aluminum housing lasts a lifetime
- Your choice of anodized finishes (natural, black, green)
- Bright green glow color, with an upgrade to aqua available
- Rugged, attractive and useful - for keychains, zipper pulls, as a wearable accessory or any high use application
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The A3 Series Embrite Glow Fob is the aluminum version of our unique glow-in-the-dark (GITD) keychain fob, now incorporating TEC Accessories' proprietary Embrite glow technology. Embrite material will glow twice as bright and for a significantly increased duration - up to 12 hours. The A3 glow fob features a precision machined, highly protective, lightweight aluminum housing with a hard anodized finish in your choice of colors: CLEAR (natural), BLACK or GREEN. When exposed to light, it will glow for hours... longer or brighter exposure provides a longer and brighter glow. We believe that this is the highest quality, best performing GITD glow fob available. From TEC Accessories - Fine Personal Accessories for Practical Obsessions
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I wish it would glow brighter but it gets quite dull fast.
It was smaller than I expected, but it functions like what it says.
Now is it worth $30? If you're a hardcore edc fanatic like me maybe, otherwise it's quite steep for such a small menial object. Basically a small reusable glowstick.
It's also an option away from tritium vial fobs which I adore but am lowkey paranoid about, since I have my keychain on me all the time and it's radioactive.
Overall a 4 out of 5 stars.
Commend this review if you liked it! Gives me motivation that people are reading and finding my reviews helpful and I'm not talking to myself. :)
+++ Pros: +++
+ Good construction & Finish.
+ Carabineer attachment seems secure.
--- Cons: ---
- Cost to funtion ratio.
- Brightness is very low without direct stimulation (i.e. 'charging' it with a flashlight).
- Duration of glow is minimal.
- Effectively useless when compared to Tritium light output.
••• How it's used: •••
• This is attached to my keychain (obviously). The kicker here is that I am an avid year-round motorcyclist. That being said, this keychain sits directly rear of the handlebars - on the rider side of the bars, in front of the gas tank but behind the bars & not covered up by any means. This keychain is directly exposed to sunlight for as long as the keys are in the ignition (and it's daytime) - therefore it gets a minimum of two hours of light several days out of the week. Once I step inside of my dark home, it will continue to glow for maybe 20 minutes before I would consider the output 'faint' at best. When in the car however, coming from the car (during the day) into a darkened room, the light output is most similar to that of a glow-in-the-dark sticker for example - so very faint. For the price, I would not recommend this purchase. I have very nearly retired it to a home in the 'junk drawer.'
They do not have any inherent “glow” It takes a long time to charge in direct sunlight, and can’t be seen from more than a few feet in a totally dark room.
They’re worse than the $2 plastic clip-on’s I’ve bought.
Not very bright
Just enough to find dropped keys in the dark
If you leave them up under a lamp for an hour they’ll glow bright for a long time but leaving them on a hook with the ceiling light on not so much
Depends what you want if you’re looking for magical signaling light to be seen from 100s of yards away and light a dark cave not gonna happen
If you want something dim to help you find your keys totally possible
If you want something you can hold up to an analog watch at 2 am to see the time when you’re camping......maybe
The main issue I have is that I use LED lightbulbs and they have NO effect on the fob. I thought at first it was dead until I used my flashlight on it. Since all my bulbs are LED it never really charges...
Years ago I bought an Embrite Aqua Glow Fob encased in Aluminum from a different site, it still glows fantastically & looks no worse for wear.
This one seems to be the exact same quality. I love it. Highly recommend.