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Arrowspeed Radar Chronograph

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150 TO 450 FPS

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  • SKU: 927393

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Get microwave Doppler accuracy within ±2% with the Arrowspeed Radar Chronograph. Simple one-button operation: LCD display toggles between hundreds, tens and fps units. Rugged, compact design makes it convenient to carry and use. Attaches to most bows, right or left hand, with an adapter plate for the 24 threaded 5/16" mounting holes at the end of most stabilizers at least 7" in length. No need to set up awkward equipment. Eliminates background noise and lighting. Can be easily carried in your pocket or equipment bag.
Manufacturer model #: ASR362-BP

  • Accurate to within ± 2%
  • LCD display
  • Rugged, compact design
  • Attaches to most bows
Arrowspeed Radar Chronograph 4 5 8 8
Works great Tested it out against a well know software for archers and its on target, + - 1fps. I tested the Redhead carbon furys 4560 cut at 27.50, 60lb at a 28DL, test was five shots at ten yards 248, 248 249, 250, 250. May 6, 2010
Good item I've had mine for a long time and had no problems. Check it with my friends, which he paid more for and they were almost the same. Worth the money. August 1, 2008
Pretty Accurate I'm not sure how the other person came to his/her conclusions, but I ran a Chrony Arrow Chronograph along with the ArrowSpeed chronograph and they were within 2 fps of each other after each shot. I recommend this for the ease of setup and for the portability. June 19, 2008
Would Not Recommend This chorno was not accurate. Anywhere from 10-13 fps. off. May 24, 2008
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The device is easily attached to the 5/16”-24 threaded port on the end of most stabilizers. Sports Sensors, Inc. provides an extension rod if the archer does not use a compatible stabilizer. An adapter plate, also supplied, allows vertical positioning of the radar relative to the arrow flight path.
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