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Edge Bow Butler
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The cup holder on mine was stitched on the side opposite of what is showing in the picture. Consequently, it is hanging over the sloped side of the tube, and wants to twist over. If a stable drink platform is really important to you, well, maybe this sport isn't for you. Try car collecting, cars have good cup holders.
Secondly, I shoot 32" arrows, and with field points installed, the cover will not close. I honestly have not tried to close the cup holder on tip less arrows; it wasn't that important to me, since I use this for shooting in my backyard.
Pros: The tube is solid, and the stitching on the nylon was quality. The nylon was good too. Lined for waterproof, and tested by my dog when he decided to mark it as his (dog shoots a recurve, I shoot compound.) One small con here, drain holes in the pockets would be nice, I had to use the Australian method and shoot some holes in the bottoms of the pockets with my 30-06. The legs did hold the quiver upright while being blasted with a standardized garden hose. I can comfortably fit about 18-20 arrows in the tube without cramming them in.
The carrying handle is adjustable. It is just webbing strap, not built for long walks. There are 4 pockets. The larger two are roomie enough to hold a rangefinder and wind gauge. You could probably even fit an iPhone6 in there without folding it, but I make no promises. If transportation of this is a priority for you, you can add a strip of Velcro to keep the legs and bow stand tucked in, or steal a hair scrunchy from your wife/daughter. Some might say a rubber band may also work, but I just can't figure out that witchcraft.
I do feel that this product's name is very misleading. Even with the odd stitched cup holder, the "Butler" never refreshed my beverage. I have also noticed that this unit will NOT answer the door. I dropped one star for this.
First impressions upon opening the box, looks awesome.
Try the pouches... One zipper breaks off immediately.
Try the shoulder strap.... Its more like a handle. Its a non adjustable strap that is stitched to the tube at the top and bottom... It would be uncomfortable even getting this around my wrist much less getting over my shoulder. I thought maybe there was a removable strap somewhere in the box... Nope.
It does feel like a sturdy tube, so the arrows will be protected... Except for maybe the nocks. The fold over lid just doesn't seem like it would protect anything.
The legs work as advertised, nice firm grip when extended. The fold out bow holders not so much. I can see these being loose in a month to where they wont even stay up in the stowed position.
There is also a white hue on the material in some areas... I cant tell if its a dried adhesive of some sort, or a worn area. Either way... Construction feels pretty poor. Stray threads right out of the box.
I gave this two stars instead of one because speaking strictly in terms of being an arrow tube that keeps me from having to carry a quiver and put my bow in the dirt, this is a great product. A+ on functionality.
F- on execution. Questionable quality in build, shoulder strap is falsely advertised.
The bow butler is good for its intended purpose... But nowhere near worth the money.
all in all a great product idea. i wish someone made this same item, but a little sturdier. i've not seen anything like this on the market. i would gladly pay more for a better, stronger product. my guess is that this butler will last a couple of seasons, if not more, if handled with care. i gave it 4 stars because of the concept. based on quality i would give it a 2.5 to 3.
*** update ***
I've now been using this product for about 6 sessions at the range. I have zero problems. The only issue was the the bow holding brackets would flip down when I wanted them folded up. Solution, super simple. I had bought some 18" Velcro straps at Lowes for another purpose and had 2 left over. The straps have a wide flare at one end with a slot so that the strap can be threaded back through itself. I wrapped it around one of the legs above the bracket then threaded it through so it would hang loose without falling off. When I'm done shooting I wrap the strap around the quiver and both brackets and legs. The strap adheres to itself. Problem solved. It would be nice if the manufacturer did this as an upgrade.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I give this 4 stars because the side pockets could be bigger. And the bow holder arms could be tighter and lock on the tri pod legs. Otherwise I love this bow butler. Read morePublished 24 days ago by eytjes
Gave it to my boyfriend. He is just starting out and he had nothing to put his arrows in. so I gave him this and he loves it! It has pockets for phone and keys! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Ainslee Hampel
Really like this product. Easy to carry, has plenty of pockets, and happy that my bow is never near the dirt. I would recommend it.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
My husband loves this bow butler. He takes it to bow shoots and it holds all the arrows it needs plus many extra pouches for necessary items. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
works well, my husband and ours sons use them, one for each person and they make it easier to manage your arrows and accessories while you shoot. they hold around 20 arrows each.Published 2 months ago by Sherry Ann
At first sight of this unit I thought, "Oh, what a handy device!" I shoot a 33" compound bow, and usually take a dozen arrows with me to various target sites. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Happy Fella