- Draw Weight: 5-70 lbs
- Draw Length: 13″ – 30″
- Let Off: 75%
- Brace Height: 7″
- Speed: 310 fps
Diamond Infinite Edge Review:
The Diamond Infinite Edge Bow has a dual cam eccentric system. The two cams are elliptical and their movement is synchronized making the arrow travel in a perfect straight line. This bow is a great choice for beginning bow hunters as well as seasoned sportsmen. It is also recommended for children who are just getting into archery and helps with learning proper shooting form.
Draw lengths are very flexible ranging from 13” to 30” and draw weight can be between 5 and 70 pounds. They come with three settings: A, B and C. The rate of speed for this bow is 310 fps. During the draw cycle, the cams ramp up smoothly and slowly and are not threatening at all, especially for the beginner. Although this bow is quiet, it is not as quiet as the more expensive compound bows, but quiet enough to not be bothersome. There is a string stopper built into the riser that does away with string vibration, and there is no hand shock.
Infinite Edge is not really designed for hunting but you can hunt things like rabbits, deer, elk and grizzly bears using maximum settings. The riser on this bow is machined aluminum, sturdy enough to last for years.
A little bit of speed is sacrificed in exchange for the smooth cam and starter friendly draw cycle. The square shaped grip may seem small and not ergonomically designed, for some people but it will still do a great job to keep the bow stable in the hand.
Overall this is a great choice for childhood to adulthood archery. The value is excellent with prices starting at 299 dollars.
- Great price
- Highly adjustable, particularly with regards to draw length
- Smooth draw cycle
- Grip may seem not very ergonomic to some people
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