Isobrite Lights up the Front Cover of the Herrington Catalog with its T100 Tritium Watches

   05.08.14

ArmourLite is proud to announce that its Isobrite branded T100 Tritium watches are being featured on the front cover of the latest edition of the prestigious Herrington Catalog. Isobrite continues to outshine the competition with T100 tritium illumination, four-times brighter than standard tritium watches. Since their introduction, outdoor enthusiasts have reveled in the quality, innovation and rugged reliability the ArmourLite and Isobrite watches provide.

Herrington Catalog clients are discerning consumers who trust the catalog’s legacy for offering premium products and world-class service, making ArmourLite’s offerings the perfect fit for a catalog geared towards discriminating enthusiasts. Herrington customers are about to find out what first responders, shooters and hunters in every corner of the globe already know – Isobrite lights up the world in a class all its own.

About Isobrite

Unlike ordinary Tritium watches that use T25 Tritium illumination, the Isobrite watches use ultra-bright T100 Tritium. This makes them up to 4 times brighter than the competition! The T100 Tritium markers are manufactured by Switzerland’s mb-microtec and are currently the brightest and most advanced Tritium illumination available on the planet. The hands and number markers of our watches feature small, self-luminous, hermetically sealed tritium-filled vials coated with a thin layer of phosphorescent material, zinc sulfide. The electrons of the tritium continuously react with the phosphorescent material, converting electrical energy into light that allows the user to easily tell the time at a glance, even in the darkest lighting conditions. This safe, reliable illumination technology provides a hands-free low-light time reference that does not require batteries and remains constantly illuminated for more than 20 years. For more information on the ArmourLite and Isobrite lines of watches visit their website at www.ArmourLite.com.

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