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Twilight Tracer

Don’t lose your golf ball as well as your temper!

Twilight Tracer

Don’t lose your golf ball as well as your temper!

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‘Golf is a good walk spoiled’ opined Mark Twain once upon a time. That’s as maybe, but you can bet your titanium-coated sand wedge that the old curmudgeon wasn’t whacking a Twilight Tracer golf ball when he said it.

This amazing ‘light-up’ golf ball is the brightest thing to hit the fairway since Tiger Woods’ dazzling dentistry, and is sure to save you money and man-hours as it’s almost impossible to lose sight of.

Basically, Twilight Tracer is a pro-quality golf ball (conforms with U.S.G.A. and R&A rules) that flashes brightly upon impact, allowing you to see exactly where it’s headed – great news for golfers who always need to look where they hook.

Its ingenious inner-core contains circuitry, a lithium battery and 2 red LEDs that are programmed to flash at a rate of 7.2 flashes per second for a duration of 5-6 minutes, giving you approximately 1000 strikes of the ball.

The LEDs are motion activated by either striking the ball or dropping it.

Technical stuff, but this means you can follow the ball’s trajectory from the moment it leaves the tee through to its final destination - which in our case, is usually about 3ft away.

The clue’s in the name and it goes without saying that the Twilight Tracer is great for walloping at dusk, but it’s also incredibly handy on cloudy days. We took one to our less than lavish local course and even we couldn’t lose the darn thing. It’s like watching an intercontinental ballistic golf ball soaring across the sky! What’s more, cheating becomes phenomenally difficult, as opponents can see precisely where you’re headed.

Each Twilight Tracer comes complete with a nifty ball pouch and 2 quality tees. Now, for the love of Tarby, if only we could hit the pesky critter.

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Features
  • Surlyn cover
  • 80 compression 3 layer layer ball
  • Bright flashing light stays activated for 5 mins
  • Conforms with U.S.G.A and R & A rules
  • Weight: 1.53 oz
  • Ball circumference: 5.28135”
  • 40 hour battery life
  • 7.2 flashes per second
  • 3 volt lithium battery
  • Tees and storage pouch included

Customer Reviews

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Awesome little golf ball. It blinks long enough so you have the time to spot it properly, it is very bright and the weight and feel of it is like any other ones of your golf balls. I love it!
Marika, Canada - 9th February 2013
The battery claims 1000 strikes - not much use when the ball's outer casing disintergrates after 3 or 4 holes (20 strikes). Disappointed.
Andy, Peterborough - 30th December 2012
Firebox says: Hey Andy, this doesn't sound right at all - please drop us an email to info@firebox.com and we'll sort this out for you.
Try this for extra bit of fun! Got one for of these for my Dad, I activated the Ball ( dropped it on a hard floor) Then told him he had to name it. He chose my mums name. Then told him to wait 30 seconds before calling out her name. Strangely the ball started to call out here I am...Here I am. . Here Iam ... Warmer... Warmer getting warmer... that's it you've found me etc. All of which I'd secretly pre-recorded on the voice recorder on my mobile. I just hit the play button when he called my mums name.... He's very very confused. . But impressed!
Terry, St Albans - 30th December 2010
Firebox says: Mean, but brilliant.

Sean, Sunderland - 2nd December 2010
I was amazed to find such a product, I no longer rush round the green because if it gets dark I just revert to the Twilight tracer golf ball to finish my game. I showed my friends at the club I play and 7 of them had one within a week! Excellent product. Thanks.
Richard Rankin, London - 6th July 2010
What a marvelous idea, absolutley suberb. One minor fault though, it's now almost impossible to cheat!!!
Andy, Cheltenham - 28th May 2004

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