The Diamond Infinite Edge is a compound bow that’s set up to cover a wide range of shooters from very young to adults. Now let’s be clear up front. I’m talking about the compound bow package, not just the bow by itself. I’ll do my best to be balanced and don’t forget that this bow sells for about $350, so this is a complete bow set up for a very good price. Arrows not included.
Infinite Edge Bow Package – Here’s a link to see it on Amazon for yourself
Let’s get down to it.
- Axle to Axle – 31″
- Brace Height – 7″
- Weight – 3.1 lbs
- Draw weight – 5-70 lbs
- Draw length – 13″ – 30″
- Let off – approximately 75%
- Three pin Apex bow sight
- Hostage XL arrow rest
- Octane Deadlock Lite Attachable quiver
- Tube peep sight
- BCY D-loop
- trigger release
- bow case
- This is the Ready to Shoot Package version.
- Easily adjusted with Allen wrenches
- Comes in right and left hand options, depending on where you buy.
The pros for this bow really shine when you see how big a variety you can get. This bow can be adjusted for a huge range of shooters and the fact that you can also adjust the draw weight in such a large-scale means that you can use the same bow for several years, several people, and use the same bow for all of them.
The bow is light, smooth, and delivers a good solid shot. Make sure that you tune it properly or go have it tuned to make sure that it’s set right. Don’t forget to inspect your bow at purchase or on arrival to make sure it doesn’t have any defects. There are some left hand models out there of this bow, just double-check when you’re buying.
The cons for this bow are going to be the same problem that most bow packages have. The accessories are good, but most of the effort goes into the bow itself and that means that the add-ons can suffer. I don’t feel like they suffered that much though. The arrow rest isn’t as durable as I like, but it should last several months of use and you’ll be able to decide what to replace it with in that time frame. The bow sight is a pretty standard 3 pin sight that does a good job as is. You’ll only really need to change that if you want something better.
I would add some dampeners or a stabilizer to reduce shock and help with your aim. The bow is a little back heavy, so the stabilizer would do the most good.
All in all, you’ll find that for the price range around $350, it’s a complete shooting system that can be adjusted and still give you a great winning combination for less than $500.
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