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Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Pro Compound Bow Package

$429.99
SKU CAO12623HQ
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The Infinite Edge Pro is the perfect fit if you’re looking for a high quality, versatile, feature packed bow. Building off Diamond’s best-selling bow of all time, the Infinite Edge, we pulled out all the stops with the Infinite Edge Pro. We extended the draw length to 31″, allowing for a whole new category of shooters with longer draws. We also completely redesigned the cam system, creating a flawlessly smooth draw cycle. Then we added a solid back wall to give this bow yet another edge over the competition. And finally, we added a stabilizer for perfect balance, making the Infinite Edge Pro ready for anything.

Bow package includes: Bow, sight, Arrow Rest, Diamond bow sling, Octane™ DeadLock Lite quiver, Tube peep sight, Octane 5-inch Ultra-Lite Stabilizer, BCY string loop.

Features

  • Draw Length: 13-31"
  • IBO Speed: 310 FPS
  • Mass Weight: 3.2" LBS
  • Axle to Axle31"
  • Brace Height" 7"
  • Draw Weight: 5-70 lbs

Customer Reviews

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A very good beginner bow. No complaints. Very good value for price.

The Infinite Edge Pro is a great bow for beginners, reasonably priced, and works just as you expect it to straight out of the box. It is comparably easy (compared to other compounds) to adjust the poundage and draw length, without needing a bow press (which makes easy to maintain and make repairs). I've had my Infinite Edge for 5 years now and have never had a problem with it. I even won 2nd in an archery competition with it, beating out comparably more expensive bows. I have also made significant modifications to it, including a drop away arrow rest, a 5 point pin sight, a more expensive stabilizer, and I've reinforced the peep sight. Making such modifications is normal. When I first purchased it years ago it was being advertised as the "first and last compound you will ever need to buy", and so far this rings true (I have two other compounds currently, but they're both vintage bows from 1969 & 1975 roughly).

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Arrived on time

Decent quality and arrived on time but not ready to shoot. Needed to be adjusted for length and draw weight. I’m a beginner and it’s good enough for me to shoot up to 50 yards. The sight isn’t great so I upgraded mine. Will also upgrade the stabilizer to something stiffer soon but overall I’m satisfied.

All special orders are treated with priority. Outside of larger items such as bows, many special order items are on a consistent stocking basis. General turn around is 2-4 weeks depending on manufacturer lead times.

Some bows such as custom target bows and top shelf traditional recurve bows are on a made to order basis directly from the manufacturer.

Some left handed products such as high end target equipment can also experience unforseen delays due to manufacturer batch production.

We make every effort to meet the deadlines set above. Sometimes due to issues out of our control we are unable to accomplish this. We will make every effort to remedy the situation if that is the case.

Customer Reviews

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A very good beginner bow. No complaints. Very good value for price.

The Infinite Edge Pro is a great bow for beginners, reasonably priced, and works just as you expect it to straight out of the box. It is comparably easy (compared to other compounds) to adjust the poundage and draw length, without needing a bow press (which makes easy to maintain and make repairs). I've had my Infinite Edge for 5 years now and have never had a problem with it. I even won 2nd in an archery competition with it, beating out comparably more expensive bows. I have also made significant modifications to it, including a drop away arrow rest, a 5 point pin sight, a more expensive stabilizer, and I've reinforced the peep sight. Making such modifications is normal. When I first purchased it years ago it was being advertised as the "first and last compound you will ever need to buy", and so far this rings true (I have two other compounds currently, but they're both vintage bows from 1969 & 1975 roughly).

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R.K.
Arrived on time

Decent quality and arrived on time but not ready to shoot. Needed to be adjusted for length and draw weight. I’m a beginner and it’s good enough for me to shoot up to 50 yards. The sight isn’t great so I upgraded mine. Will also upgrade the stabilizer to something stiffer soon but overall I’m satisfied.

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