Diamond Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package - Pink Blaze
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- Diamond performance designed for maximum adjustability
- Versatile bow - huge draw length range and incredible draw weight adjustability
- Infinite draw setting - great bow for training, beginners, bowfisherman, and more
- Great bow for young hunters intent on developing their skills - grows with the hunter
- 310 fps and 74.7 ft-lbs of kinetic energy
- Draw length adjusts from 13''-30''
- Draw weight increases from 5 lbs. up to 70 lbs.
- 75% effective letoff
- 31'' axle to axle
- Lightweight - 3.1 lbs.
- Comes with three pin sight, arrow rest, quiver, peep, and string loop
With a jaw dropping draw length and draw weight range, the Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package from Diamond gives you maximum adjustability and unlimited value. A great bow for younger hunters, the Infinite Edge offers incredible adjustability to match an archer’s development. Offering a versatility that makes it a great bow for well rounded archers as well, this high performance bow features an incredible draw length range of 13''- 30'' and draw weight adjustment from 5 - 70 lbs.! The Infinite Edge also offers an infinite draw setting that works great for training programs, beginners, bowfishers, and more. Not to be confused with a lightweight beginner bow, this high performance bow launches arrows at speeds up to 310 fps with 74.7 foot-pounds of kinetic energy at impact. Measuring 31'' from one axle to the other, this bow gives you an effective letoff of 75% so you can easily hold at full draw when you need to. Lightweight 3.1 lbs. Color: Pink Blaze. The Infinite Edge package comes with: 3-Pin Apex Sight, Hostage XL Arrow Rest, Octane DeadLock Lite Quiver, tube peep sight and a BCY String Loop.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jovita Awesome compound bow
I am normally a recurve archer and I wanted to step up my game and my A.D.D by stepping into the compound bow world. With many nights researching and many visits to multiple stores I came to the conclusion that the Infinate Edge was how the kids say the Bomb. As a woman who is 5' nothing, this bow stood better than the woman's bowtech rose and the Matthews Jewel. One you can't beat the price, two the amount of leeway it gives you in poundage, three it's super light as the female bows, and four the all around feel and the easy transition when you draw back is awesome. My best friend who also bought her bow the same day has a poundage of 50 and she also has no complaints. I guarantee that this is my first compound bow that I will be using for quite sometime from a beginner all the way to turkey hunting seasons to come.
March 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by hizhonor Gift for niece
Very impressed with how the staff at the Cary, NC worked with my 13y/o niece to get the bow set up for her.
March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JBowhunter Very happy with this bow
I bought this bow for my 9 year old daughter in Oct of '13. I had the weight set down to the min & she was shooting it before we left the bps. As of today (Jan of'14)with the easy adjustments she is at 23lbs of draw weight well on her way to the 35lbs min to hunt with and is a very confident shot. This bow has met & exceeded my expectations & while it is not a higher end Bowtech it will make a great training/hunting bow and well worth the money.
The only thing to be weary of is at min draw wt if you handle it too roughly the string might pop off but is easly put back on w/o a bow press.
January 13, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Honestreview No Forgiveness
I purchased this bow for my six year old daughter for Christmas 2013.
I set it up for me to get familiar with the bow.
I do believe it will be a good training aid.
However I would not want to hunt with this bow or even shoot for lengthy periods just for fun.
We all know the positives of the bow because that is all they told us here is what they didn't.
You have to pin the string to the back wall and be absolutely perfect to be consistent any flaws will be magnified exponentially.
Not a hunting bow or even one that I would enjoy shooting for lengthy periods of time.
Yet I do believe going from this bow to a more forgiving bow will make you a better archer in field conditions.
As far as, last bow you will ever need to buy sure if it is the only bow you ever shot.
Meaning if you don't know any better.
October 27, 2013
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