Night Fision Launches Glow Dome Technology Night Sights

Night Fision Launches Glow Dome Technology Night Sights
Night Fision Launches Glow Dome Technology Night Sights

Dearborn, Mich. – -( Night Fision, a leader in advanced tritium insertion solutions, has created a new line of night sights featuring exclusive Glow Dome Technology.

Night Fision’s Glow Dome Technology is unlike anything currently available within the night sights market. These sights feature a domed lens design with an optically engineered dome for superior visibility. A proprietary glow ring delivers a fully glowing front sight picture during day and night. Like all Night Fision sights, this ring is made of ballistic polymer and guaranteed to not chip, crack, fade or peel under even the most adverse conditions.

Night Fision’s Glow Dome night sights are CNC machined out of high-quality steel and the lenses are constructed from the same materials used for bulletproof glass. Night Fision packs more tritium gas into every sight, ensuring their sights are the brightest available.

“Night Fision is known for innovation within the tritium night sight market,” said Jacob Herman, Director of Sales and Marketing. “We are proud to continue to expand our product offerings with the launch of Glow Dome™ Technology. These new sights are unlike anything currently available. Consumers expect the best from Night Fision and we are excited to deliver an exemplary product.”

Night Fision’s Glow Dome night sights are available for purchase now in standard height for certain Glock, CZ, Smith & Wesson, SIG Sauer and Walther handgun models. They are also available in suppressor height for certain Glock and Smith & Wesson models. Consumers can choose a yellow or orange front ring color. To purchase Night Fision products, please visit

Night FisionAbout Night Fision

Based in Metro Detroit, Night Fision brings a rich background of automotive engineering, lean manufacturing and expertise in tritium illumination to the firearms industry. Its sister company, Cammenga, is the official manufacturer of the U.S. Army’s Tritium Lensatic Compass and provides them to national militaries around the world. As a result, Night Fision utilizes over 25 years of tritium insertion and military-grade manufacturing expertise to provide the brightest tritium night sights on the market today. The company’s proprietary Perfect Dot®, combined with CNC precision machined bodies and a higher concentration of tritium, allows for the creation of the highest quality pistol night sights with enhanced brightness, all Built in the USA with Swiss Tritium. For more information about Night Fision, please visit

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So why do not the dots line up straight across? It is already a skill to remember to keep the sights level to themselves in day light, and now we have to remember that the center dot is to be held high?
The use of so-called night sights comes during periods of low/very low light. Enough to see the threat but too dark for plain sights.


FYI: For most Glocks, approx. $108. In my opinion not a bad price point.


My problem with night sights, LEO & military exempt, is that if it is so dark that your sights need to glow exactly what are you aiming at? Maybe a skunk that came in thru your dogie door, or your child sleep walking for the first time? Flashlights are cheap.


Not saying your comments don’t have merit. Always verify your target and what is behind it. Night sights are somewhat of a misnomer. Not really designed for no light situations, more like low light where you can see the target, but you don’t have enough light to break out your sight picture. Especially helpful for those of us with aging eyes.

Military and LEO often use thermal imagersor NVG light amplifiers,

Be well. JC

Wild Bill

@JDC, For those Joe Snuffys in the field that don’t have Starlight or thermo issued, we look five to ten degrees to either side of the target so that our peripheral vision picks up, both, sights and target. Looking slightly to the side allows the rods and cones in your eyes to see better in the dark.


I’d have to disagree with this. In low light situations when the target is illuminated (by a flashlight or ambient light) and the pistol sights are not illuminated, it makes precise target acquisition difficult and slow. Having pistol irons that are self illuminating eases and shortens the process of targeting in very low light, even when the target is illuminated by flashlight.

Wild Bill

@Nema, Yeah, flashlights give away your position, too!