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Diamond Infinite Edge Pro Review

Diamond Infinite Edge Pro Review

Diamond Infinite Edge Pro Review

Among all the diamond infinite edge pro reviews found online, we can all agree that this Bowtech creation can hardly get any better on the versatility standpoint.

This compact bow can and will fit any archer's size and strength with a draw length ranging from 13" to 31" and a draw weight ranging from 5 to 70 pounds. Easy to handle with a height of 31.5" axle to axle and a light weight of 3.2 lbs, this model will adapt to any surroundings, even tighter places if you are on a hunt.

Its adjustable settings might be one of the greater advantages for youths and beginners who will be able to grow with their bow by easily adjusting it to their changing needs.

Also, the Diamond Archery Infinite Edge Pro has an effective let-off of 80% which means someone drawing at 70 pounds would only hold back 14 pounds at full draw, making it a lot easier to stand still for an extended period of time when aiming at a target.

  

Bow Specs

  • Draw Length: 13"-31”
  • Draw Weight: 5-70 lbs
  • IBO Speed: 310 FPS
  • Mass Weight: 3.2 lbs
  • Axle to Axle: 31.5”
  • Brace Height: 7”
  • Let-off: 80%

 

Making the Adjustments!

The Infinite Edge Pro features rotating modules which offers three ranges of settings; A, B and C where each letter allows for its own set of draw weights and draw lengths. "A" potentially delivering optimal performances of the bow and "C" giving the possibility to lower the settings to the minimum.

The Diamond Infinite Edge Pro comes preset from the factory on the range "A" at 26 inches of draw length but can be easily changed to be all the way up to 31" or all the way down to 17". If you need less than 17" of draw length, you can switch your module to "B" or "C" to set it all the way down to 13".

To make changes to the draw length, the modules need to be unscrewed with a 9/64 inch hex wrench and placed on the right post (A, B or C) and module number (1 to 13); to increase the draw length, typically 1/2" increments, rotate the module to have the indexing mark of the cam aligned with lower numbers on the module. To decrease the draw length, as you may have guessed, rotate the module so that the indexing mark of the cam becomes aligned with higher number marks on the module. Those adjustments should be done with the assistance of a bow press or at a pro shop.

The draw weight can be set by tightening or loosening up the limb bolts with a 3/16 inch hex wrench. The top and the bottom limb bolts must be adjusted equally. Limb bolts are marked with increments to make adjustments easier to achieve. Each mark roughly represents 8.6% of the original peak weight of the bow. 


Versatile and compact! What about the power?

Not because a kid can handle it that the bow is any less powerful. The diamond infinite edge pro compound bow package comes in Ready-To-Hunt (RTH) and will take down most of the games a hunter can think of within North America with the right settings. At 70 lbs draw weight, this compound bow can blast arrows at 310* foot per second (fps) with a brace height of 7".

More realistically, you may shoot arrows around 270-275 fps if set up at 70 pounds of draw weight following average accessories weight and an average draw length of around 28 inches. Considering those factors and that you supposedly use 400-grain arrows, you would have around 65 ft-lbs of Kinetic Energy (KE) which is on the higher end limit suggested to hunt any kind of large games such as an elk or a black bear. Keep in mind that you will lose a couple of ft-pounds of KE following the distance at which you are shooting from. Try out our Kinetic Energy Calculator to see the impact of the arrow weight and speed on the KE and Momentum values. Also, remember that you should be using arrows that weigh at least 5 grains per pound of draw weight, so if you are shooting with a draw weight of 70 lbs, you should be using no less than 350-grain arrows otherwise you may void the warranty and damage your bow.

*To know more about how the IBO speed rating is calculated and what can influence the FPS and KE read this post.

 

Few more things...

The Infinite Edge Pro features a dual cam (a.k.a. twin cams or two cams) which offers an excellent accuracy, nock travel, and overall speed. May not be shooting as smooth as a single cam but opposing to some other dual cam, the bow is quite easy to maintain and is also very quiet. This Diamond bow is available in three finishes, Mossy Oak, Black, and Pink.

On a quietness standpoint, it's low noise and recoil makes it an even better bow for hunting. So if you want to harvest the deer of your dream, this compound bow can definitely bring you there.

 

What is included in the package?

The package includes the following equipment:

  • Three-pin Apex sight: This sight is not the best and not so easy to tune, the pins are low quality plastic but are fairly bright. It is a good starter but as soon as you gain experience and become serious about it, you may want to change it. Though, be reassured that it will get the job done.
  • Octane Hostage XL Arrow Rest: Good reliable and accurate rest. Brushes have a tendency to wear out a bit fast but can be overcome if tuned right. 
  • Comfort wrist sling: Very comfortable on the wrist and easy to adjust.
  • Octane DeadLock Lite quiver: Very light and solid. Hold arrows tight.
  • Tube peep sight: Basically this depends on what you prefer if you are new to archery you may like the tube peep sight as it will help the peep rotate properly to be aligned with your eye. Should you be more experienced and want slightly less weight on your bow you may prefer a tubeless peep.
  • Octane Ultra-Lite Stabilizer: Durable and lightweight. This stabilizer is efficient to help eliminate noise and vibrations. Its small size makes it ideal for hunting but a longer one might be best for target shooting.
  • BCY string loop: BCY is good quality.

Overall, you might want to change for a better sight eventually but this one is decent for a starter.  For the rest, quite good equipment for the price. Affordable is the word!


Conclusion

This compound bow is not a best-seller for nothing. It's versatility, efficiency and reliability combined with its power, quietness and all the included accessories at a ridiculously low price tag, although some accessories may not be the best you can get, you don't have to think twice to define it as one of the best value for the money on the market.

The Diamond Infinite Edge Pro is certainly a proof that you can go easy on your wallet whether you are looking for an entry level compound bow or a reliable hunting bow for small to medium and even some large games out there. The Web offers you to Compare Prices and help you make your mind about the Infinite Edge.

Thank you for reading and hope that you liked this Diamond Infinite Edge Pro Review! If you found value in this post, do not hesitate to leave a comment below.

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Comments

Mark - June 29, 2018

Thank you Stephen! Much appreciated!

Stephen Tinkle - June 29, 2018

Good write up, needed it. I have a Diamond bow now for about 10 years and love it. Going to upgrade.

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