Launchpad Xbow Nock Green

Launchpad Universal Crossbow Nock

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Launchpad Xbow Nock


Nockturnal Launchpad Universal Crossbow Nock


  • Durable & Long-Lasting Integrated, one-piece aluminum housing protects battery and LED during high-speed flight and impact.
  • Custom-Fit Micro-Adjustability, adjustable barrel end is easy to install and provides a reliable performance fit.
  • One Size Fits nearly all crossbolt brands and models (comes with 2nd Grey Collet).
  • Includes reusable c-clip to prevent lighting during storage.
  • Easy & Reliable On/Off Indexed nock end provides added safety and an easy ON/OFF design.
  • Available in Red or Green
  • Each nock in this package weighs approximately 30 grains
  • 3 per package

The Nockturnal Launchpad Crossbow Nock is easy to install, easy to use, and specifically engineered to light up every shot with high-visibility LEDs. The lightweight, durable design is fully adjustable and can provide a custom precision fit on virtually any brand of crossbow bolts.

Red | SKU: NT-772 | UPC: 818322012454
Green | SKU: NT-775 | UPC: 818322012461

5 Reviews

  • 4
    Launchpad xbow

    Posted by Cole on Sep 8th 2022

    They were a great fit to the bolts the only thing was when I shot the crescent exploded no damage done to the bow or arrow my dad will be shooting one later tonight to see if the same thing happens

  • 5
    Lighted nocks

    Posted by Allen Henke on Apr 2nd 2022

    Seem like they are a better design than luminocks.

  • 4
    Crossbow nock

    Posted by Todd on Jan 26th 2022

    These work great! Would like to see a "strobing" nock for bolts.

  • 5

    Posted by Jeff on Oct 19th 2021

    Awesome very bright and easy to turn off so you dont spook animals

  • 4
    Nocturnal launchpad

    Posted by Justin on Oct 26th 2020

    I like the expanding adjustable collar design. The nock is also very easy to turn on and off without needing another tool in the "go hunting kit". The LEDs are bright. It did not survive the pass-through, the end came off. I don't know if it happened in the bow, mid-flight, in the buck, or after. The light was still attached and I was able to watch my shot and recover both the bolt and the animal.