Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Knuttsl137 They do what they say it does...
Simple to use and work exactly as claimed. Just bring your water to a rolling boil and submerge slowly. DON't REMOVE IT FROM HEAT!!! The water will cool and they may not apply properly. I dip them for around 12 to 15 seconds or so. Shake them off, and shoot the things. You MUST COMPLETELY REMOVE all glues and oils from the arrow shaft. I use alcohol and cotton ball for this after carefully scraping the arrow shaft first. Immediately my groups got tighter with these. Went from 5 to 7 inch groups to and consistent 3 to 4 at 40 yards They hold up pretty well to use also. My practice set of arrows have been fired at least 300 time each since these were added, and show no real damage at all through a Bear Method at 70 lbs.. Whisker Biscuits are hard on vanes, but other than slight scuff marks from them passing through it so many times they're perfect, and shoot as well today as they did out the box. When applied correctly they are outstanding!
July 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by spoiled failed immediatly
Dip it in (the boiling water 10 seconds) pull it out , shake it off and shoot ! or so says the three step instructions on the back of the packaging . Now this is what really happens . Dip it in pull them out shake and watch as half of your blazer vanes come off and fall to the floor ! Totally disapointed !
May 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by AviatorRob Quick & Easy DIY
Very easy to do and they look great too! It puts just enough color on the end of your arrow you can find it easier. It only took minutes to do. I'll do this for my arrows from now on.
December 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bamafan51 Too Good to be true
I have bowhunted for 25 years and have always used a 4" feather. After the bow shop in my town closed I decided to give these a try. As the title says these are too good to be true. The application is easy and my groups have tightened up considerably. When applying first take a medium grit sandpaper and roughen up the application area slightly then clean thoroughly. The secret to good adhesion is having a large deep pot for the water. Be sure the pot is deeper than the wrap is long and bring the water to a ROLLING BOIL for about a minute. Slide the wrap on and slowly dip it in the water. I let it stay in for 15 seconds before removing.
I applied the wraps to 6 arrows about 6 weeks ago and have shot each arrow at least 100 times and the wraps have held up extremely well. The only tear was caused by another running in on the shaft of an arrow already in the target. After this happened I took an X-acto knife and out the loose area which was about the size of a pea, I then put one drop of fletching cement in the exposed area and rubbed it around the edges of the torn area which were still glued down. After letting the arrow dry it flies just like the others. This is a GREAT product you will not be sorry. Also arrows are shot through a QAD drop arrow on a Martin Onza 3 pulling 72 lbs.
April 22, 2013