Entire launcher arm rotates 90º counter clockwise as arrow is released
Remains in complete containment until you release
Clears the arrow’s path in the blink of an eye with zero bounceback
Any size fletching gets full clearance with room to spare
100% new, 100% better! The entire launcher arm rotates 90º counter clockwise as the arrow is released; and it remains in complete containment until you release. It truly clears the arrow’s path in the blink of an eye with zero bounceback. Any size fletching gets full clearance with room to spare. Color: Black.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Stumpys2 limited adjustment gets loud over time
Put on DXT, tuned with difficulty. Bow riser is a little too narrow for this rest. had to remove the horizontal adjustment screw on the micro. Afterword, shot great! After lots of shooting and taking of an elk, returned for exchange because its getting louder by the day. Manufacturer has been great on replacement parts and exchange, Broke arms on the rest shooting in sub zero temps, Works great for a single handed archer such as myself. Never lost a vane and very consistent groups.
July 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by CamoCop Trophy Ridge Revolution
this is by far the best arrow rest i have ever used. i have been shooting with it for around 6 months now without the first issue. the arms swing out of the way in plenty of time, even for fast bows. my bow shoots a 320.5 fps arrow average with Blazer vanes and i do not have any clearance issues. not to mention this rest is a TRUE full capture drop away style rest. you can turn your bow at any angle and your arrow will not fall out or need to be readjusted in/on the rest prior to shooting. great rest and keep up the good work Trophy Ridge!!!
July 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by leoskypilot Revolution probs
After reading some of the past reviews I saw people either loved or hated the rest. I have been both a lover and hater. I followed the directions explicitely and remembered to add the extra 1/4" to the string tension on the cable and had no problem with vane clearance. When I had a new string put on my Mathews Monster at the shop I was getting vane hits all the time. They set it up like a QAD or Ripcord and had not put the extra tension on it. When I corrected their error it is now shooting fine. Also if using a string clamp on the cable make sure the string pulls in a straight line to the rest and is well tightened to prevent slippage. The release spring works on the speed of the release of tension so it can be let down without tripping it open when not firing after draw.
June 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SpottedCrow Very Good
Well I must say I am pleasently suprised on this rest. I have had the QAD on all of my bows. I traded in My Bowtech Assassin for the Invasion and left the QAD for a higher trade in. I decided to try something else. I have no bad issues with the QAD. For the price of this rest I had to try it, before buying another Ultra Rest! It took me a few min to put it on and serve in the cable. A minor adjustment and I am hitting dead on! The rest is super quiet and light. Honestly I don't see ANY reason to spend the extra $100 on a QAD. This rest is well in the same league as the QAD for half the price! You won't beat it. As for worry of speed bows. Like I said I have the Bowtech Invasion CPX. Enough said!
March 10, 2012
It comes set for center shot on most bows. You just need to put it on, make sure it is straight. Get it as close to the arrow shelf as it can go. My bow, it was all the way forward. It says you need a press to serve it into the bus cable. But you can get away with serving it on it. Just make sure it is tight enough. Or you can use the clip type. I served mine on the bus cable. works fine. I had to make a slight side adjustment but that was all! Shoots great!
this is the ONLY thing I do not like about this rest. It should have been done with a Thumb Flipper. However it does not affect your shot. You can turn easy enough with out one. Once it is flipped you locked in. It is a little tighter on the arrow then a QAD. More like a W/B. Other then that issue, it is a GREAT rest! I shoot a Bowtech Invasion!
You have to turn it by hand. You can use your thumb and never have to release the grip on the bow handle and still keep the release on the string. Once you shoot the release rotates 90 degrees to provide clearance. Great product.
it is in vertical position until you draw it it sets into the full containment horizontal position. or you can knock your arrow and then turn it by hand for full containment until u let it rip...genius idea...just a bad rest...read my review
mine was on a reflex shooting about 312fps and it was not fast enough to clear every time. ended up breaking some arrows and then the arm broke on the rest fairly quickly. i suggest trying one and if it doesnt work return it.