- Product Dimensions: 34 x 12 x 5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
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- Average Customer Review: 183 customer reviews
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Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Pro Bow Package
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- Extended draw length for longer draw archers
- Solid back wall
- Package includes: Infinite Edge Pro Bow, 3-Pin tundra sight, hostage XL arrow rest, DeadLock lite octane quiver, tube peep sight, BCY string loop, comfort wrist sling, and 5" ultra-lite octane stabilizer
- Infinite draw setting
- Multi shooter bow
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Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Pro::Hit your mark with the Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Pro. This bow is a high quality, versatile and feature-packed powerhouse. Building off Diamond’s best-selling bow of all time, the Infinite Edge, we pulled out all the stops with the Infinite Edge Pro. The draw length is extended to 31″, which allows for a whole new category of shooters with longer draws. A completely redesigned cam system creates a flawlessly smooth draw cycle. A solid back wall was added to give this bow yet another edge over the competition. Finally, we installed a stabilizer for perfect balance. The Infinite Edge Pro is ready for anything.
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Then comes my "I hate it"... The other day I had a cam pin shear off the top cam as I let off an arrow at a draw weight of 65 lbs. This was both an interesting and terrifying experience to say the least, which left me with a sheared upper cam, a bent lower cam, a broken nock on my arrow, and a destroyed string. Needless to say, I wasn't too stoked. So I contacted Bowtech, who makes Diamond Archery, and asked them if something like this would be covered under the warranty. Much to my chagrin, I was informed that any of their products that are purchased through a second party distributor like Amazon or eBay is not warrantied for a list of very poignant reasons, all of which I could totally agree with.
Now, the reason I still give this product four stars is because the guys at Bowtech really made a tremendous effort to get my bow fixed after I contacted them. The guy I worked with was extremely helpful, and covered my repairs despite the company policy saying my bow was not warrantied. He personally spoke to the local authorized dealer I brought the bow into for repairs, and got my bow back up and running in just a few days. So for that, I'll leave this with an "I like it". Customer service is becoming a lost art, so I am very appreciative of how Bowtech remedied the situation.
Great for beginning to intermediate skill level fun.
should you take care of it.
Update: it’s been over a year and the bow is still holding strong. I’ve included some pictures to prove it’s still alive and well. I did swap out the sight for a new one though (and split an arrow in half!)
Accessories that come with the bow are good for starters. The sight is made out of plastic but as long as you don't drop it. It shouldn't break. The stabilizer is a 6" octane, it doesn't get in the way, and it's been working good so far but that's a shooter's opinion or preference. When I got the bow it was set to 53-55lbs draw weight. The arrow rest has worked out great keeping the arrow in position while moving. The quiver holds arrows tight and might be a little hard to store arrows at first, but once you break it in its good. Overall it's a good bow with good starting accessories, the only thing I recommend you buy is a release and you'll be good to go. I went to bass pro shops and got my bow tuned, draw length adjusted and got some arrows cut as well.
I had already done some practice draws as I was pretty pumped to finally have the bow in hand but since the bow was set incorrectly out of the box I very easily could have bent or snapped a limb when drawing it back. This is a very dangerous way to ship so please get it checked out before making any practice draws as to prevent serious injury.