Nite-Hawk ball predator hits market

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Everyone has lost their fair share of golf balls in the trees or bushes. Now, with the help of Nite-Hawk ball predator, finding them just got a whole lot easier.

The Nite-Hawk ball predator is a new electronic golf gadget that aims to help you find large amounts of lost golf balls, specialising in low light environments.

The device emits specific short wave light which makes normal golf balls illuminate so they can be easily recognised. This triggered illumination is so strong that balls with only 1% exposed surface can be identified, greatly increasing your chances of finding your ball.

Nite-Hawk ball predator features

Material: high-strength aluminum alloy

Finish: mil-spec hard-anodized

Lamp: 9 white LED

Battery: 3xAAA

Size: L98x34mm / L3.9x1.3inch

Weight: 75g/2.6oz. (without battery)

Switch: tailcap sitch

Function: press for constant on/off

Price: £17.90  including a metal divot tool

Take a look at the ball predator in action.

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