Saunders Hyper Glide replaces any 3/8" slide. Locks cables into the Hyper-Glide cradle, while the body glides over the rod on an ultra low-friction wheel. Flared cable-ports and super-slick and quiet material reduces cable wear.
Manufacturer model #: 1819.
Works as advertised
This products installed in a snap, literally. Simply line up the strings correctly and snap the two pieces together. The draw is smooth and quiet. I can't say that it increases speed.....each of my four pins were still right on target. No complaints at all. We'll have to see how it performs over the course the season in order to rate durability, etc.
August 27, 2012
Excellent, no noise, almost zero friction, best cable guide ive ever used
August 22, 2012
Put one of these on my Bear Charge bow the other day. Installation couldn't be much easier, just roll the wheel onto the cable guard rod and snap the guide over the strings matching the correct offset. The bow pulls very smoothly with no rattle or catching or chatter or noise whatsoever. I can't speak to longevity since I've only had it for a couple days. Have not checked for any change in speed, but would be surprised if I were not getting one or two fps more from it. Very HAPPY with the purchase.
July 12, 2012
Nice Addition to Any Bow
I own a PSE Axe that I hunt pretty hard with. Needless to say, all of the components receive wear and tear. Last fall, after a hunt in steady rain, I noticed that my stock glide was making a screech with every draw. I removed the glide and cleaned it thoroughly, but the noise came back after a few shots. I knew this would easily spook an animal, so I began shopping around. I decided to go with this slide and was amazed at the difference it made. I wanted a quiet replacement, but this actually makes the bow draw smoother, too. I haven't chrono'd the bow to see if the slide produced any additional FPS, but I would assume it did.
I plan on having the Axe for a long time; however, if I do ever go with a new model - this will be one of the first additions.
April 5, 2012
Actually, in 2008 they switched the design of the small wheel inside the slide and that was the problem creating a little noise. the wheel originally had a groove on 1/4 of the wheel where it was supposed to roll and if it wasn't in that groove is made noise. Now the wheel is smooth all the way around and makes no noticeable noise when you shoot.
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