PLEASE NOTE: Tritium is a glow in the dark product. That means it does not glow in the daylight. However, to show the glow and exhibit tritium's awesomeness, the product pictures show the product glowing in the daylight. Also, taking pictures in the pitch dark is not that exciting. Now on to the product description...
Tritium. Mmmm... that glowing, glorious radioactive isotype of hydrogen. These tritium thumb studs are an aftermarket upgrade for the Knafs Lander. They fit perfectly, and they level-up your EDC game. Plus, finding your knife in dark tents, dark living rooms, and interstellar black holes just got much easier, amigos.
Public Service Announcement: We haven't seen one fall off in our testing, but we still recommend using blue threadlocker.
To attach this thumb stud to your Lander, simply use a T6 Torx tool
Want to learn more about Tritium? Glow Rhino has an excellent What is Tritium page. The short story is it's a natural trace isotype of hydrogen that is most commonly a by-product of nuclear fission. The radiation is "soft," meaning it can't permeate your skin. It's absolutely safe. But don't eat it, as that can be a radiation hazard. Also: if you're eating knife thumb studs with tritium, call us. We're curious on the one hand and concerned on the other. Thumb stud includes Allen key for assembly. Don't eat that either.
Ben's Side Note: I wasn't a big believer in tritium. I mean, who really needs a glowing thumb stud on a knife? And then I slapped a set on, and I love them. Here's why: I'm an early riser, and I try to leave the lights off in the house to avoid waking up the whole family. This means I'm often fumbling in the dark for keys, shoes, and EDC items as I leave to go to the gym or hiking. I LOVE being able to find my knife in the dark. The tritium glow makes my 5 a.m. fumbling just a little less noisy, and darn it, the glow is just plain cool.