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New Diamond Infinite Edge Compound Bow Package - Pink Blaze

   

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5-70 lbs.

Right Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
31"

Draw Length:
13"-30"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Arrow Speed (fps):
312

Weight:
3.1 lbs.

Product Color:
Pink Camo
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  • SKU: 1963365

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5-70 lbs.

Left Hand

Axle-To-Axle Length:
31"

Draw Length:
13"-30"

Brace Height (in):
7"

Arrow Speed (fps):
312

Weight:
3.1 lbs.

Product Color:
Pink Camo
  • $349.99

  • SKU: 1963366

  • In Stock
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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.
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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
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
I'm Jealous! I bought this bow for my wife at BP Springfield, MO. She has never shot a bow before. However, she has become interested in archery thanks to a popular series of books with a female lead character who sports a bow. I was immediately impressed with the design and features of this bow. It came with a nice 3 pin sight and arrow rest. Items i had to add to my bow. The guys at BP made sure that it was ready to go before we left the store. The next morning she couldn't wait to try it out. To my amazement, her first two arrow were so dead-on that their veins were touching! Her following shots grouped nicely as well. She is now totally hooked on archery and deeply in love with her new bow. I'm jealous... So now I'm searching the BP website for my next love! September 29, 2013
Awesome bow, my little girl loves it! Depending on draw length this bow can go way down In weight, can even self press so you don't need a bow press to change anything on it. I got my little girl a left hand model for her 6th birthday and it is set for 18" draw length and 10# draw weight. She loves the bow, reason for only giving it 4 stars is the bow is a little heavy for the younger kids. She can pull the bow back and shoot, but it is tough for her to hold it up long enough to aim without a little help from me. The accessories are not the highest quality but work just fine for now. I was able to do 100% of the setup on this bow by myself, I prefer this so I can set and tune the right way and not the way "we have always done it" you will get from some guy that is really clueless about more modern compound tuning procedures and adjustments. February 10, 2013
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I'm a beginner archer, what draw weight would you recommend starting at for a 17 year old girl? And what bow release would be best for this bow Any feedback will be appreciated
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Both of these questions depend on the archer. We suggest shooting at a draw weight that is easy to draw back throughout the process. If you have to aim the bow up at the sky when drawing, the draw weight is set too high. The best release to use is a matter of personal preference. Keep in mind that when trying out different releases, if you hunt during the cold months, to consider the extra bulk of your hunting clothing. Please feel free to contact your local Bass Pro Shops Archery Department or email us at basspro@custhelp.com for additional information!
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The kinetic energy for any bow depends on the draw weight and arrow weight. It will depend on a variety of factors.
Do a search for kinetic energy calculator online. There a re a bunch of free onesout there that will let you figure it out.
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max speed says 310 fps but it depends on setup and arrows got it as high as 312
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that depends on your taste i use a hardcase and wife has a pink camo softcase. both work well
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This bow has an axle-to-axle length of 31" so I would add a few inches to each side and find a bow case that has a minimum inner length of 36".
Most bow cases have a height that will accomodate this bow but it is possible that not all will fit the bow with a stabilizer on it. No biggie, just take it off.
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You can use the Plano protector compact case, or if I'm not mistaken Allen makes a few soft cases that are for smaller bows as well. It fits perfect in the $29 Plano hard case I got at bass pro on sale.
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