Did you get the ones made specifically for the Axis arrows? The only problem I have had with them is not staying on after an hard impact.I guess I'm different. There's nothing bright on my arrows except the nock. I have orange nocks, no wraps, 2 hunter green blazers, and one black blazer. I did start the season with some lumenocks, but I didn't like them. I've heard really good things about the lumenocks, but they didn't work very well with my Easton Axis arrows. I had alot of trouble getting them to turn off. Then when I would get them turned off they would come back on in a couple of hours. I would put them up after shooting and come back later to see all 3 of them lit up. I think the design doesn't work with the real small diameter arrows. I don't think there is enough room in the shaft to get them to loose contact with the battery. Then again I could have just got a faulty pack.
I was at a bow shop the other day and the owner told be there was fixin' to be something better than the lumenok on the market. I think he said it is made by Easton. He said that the nock does not depend on 'contact' to turn it on. They will come with a magnet that you put on your riser (I don't much like that idea) which will activate it. It will stay lit for so long and then start blinking...saving battery life. Then you can hold the nock by the magnet for a certain amount of time and it will deactivate it. He said there was something else you could do to deactive it so that it wouldn't keep turning on when you are practicing with them. However, I don't practice too much with a $10 nock.Yeah I have the lumenoks made for axis arrows. They stay on just fine, but they won't stay off.