Last Updated on March 7, 2022
This bow won’t be here in my review unless it’s worth mentioning. And because it’s the bestseller, I know that other hunters and shooters will agree with me when I say that this bow has the best adjustment ever. It offers incredible adjustability which will match your improvement. You can’t find a better one under $500. With combined Diamond performance and versatility, this bow features draw length adjustment from 13”-31” with draw weight adjustment from 5-70lbs.! Talk about adjustability! Aside from that, the 3.2 lbs. of weight also make it perfect for anyone even for children. Because it’s made in the U.S.A., it’s proven to be accurate and powerful, too.
With all the great features, it is still my duty still to mention the downside of having this bow. For one, the instructions are few and you might have to read more to know how to use it properly. Also, snapping arrows into the quiver can be hard since the foam falls out on its own. The included arrow rest seems to be of low quality and the sight is also uninstalled.
Compared to other compound bows, the Diamond Infinite Edge Pro is 6.1% slower than the average dual cam bow and is longer than most compound bows because of its 31” draw length. But it has a draw weight of 70 lbs. which is average for a hunting compound bow. Considering that the Infinite Edge Pro has a let-off of 80%, an archer will experience 14 pounds of this weight at full draw.
This compound bow has bearings in the cams and the strings are drawn from the center of the limbs. The bearings in the cams are sealed and never need to be lubricated, which means that you do not have to invest a lot of time in maintaining apart from waxing the string regularly. Its dual eccentric cam system delivers excellent nock travel, accuracy, and overall speed while shooting. Most compound bows with twin cams have the tendency to be noisier than other cam systems, but that is not applicable with the Infinite Edge Pro.
Its 3-Pin Tundra Sight together with the Tube Peep Sight make targeting easy. You can add a sight light later on because a mounting hole is provided by the peep sight. It’s a little difficult to use in low-light situations because the fiber optic lines of the Tundra Sight are a bit short. But it is good enough to work with. The peep sight in this bow is not installed so if you’re a beginner, it’s safe to ask for an expert’s assistance in setting it up. Also, you must be personally there during installment because it needs to be served in and adjusted for the person who will be using it. This is one way to maximize its use.
The 5″ ultra-lite Octane Stabilizer is a good add-on that takes out vibrations while shooting the compound bow, making the whole shooting cycle more stable and accurate. Because of its stabilizer, the compound bow is also pretty quiet. Another advantage of using this bow is that you won’t experience hand shocks. The parallel positioning of the solid limbs makes this possible. Unless you’re so sensitive, you won’t feel even a bit of recoil from this bow.
The package also includes a BCY String Loop (D-Loop) and a Comfort Wrist Sling. The BCY Loop is attached to the area where the nock is on the bow string. It is used to pull or hold the string with a release aid. With such a mechanical release, you will have a quicker release and therefore less torque put on the string from your fingers. The wrist sling, on the other hand, will secure your compound onto your wrist so that it won’t drop down after shooting the arrow.
I mentioned that this is perfect for anyone even children. That’s because the grip, made from texturized, durable, hard rubber, is suitable for both small and big hands. The rubber is also perfect for low temperatures. Plus, the risk of experiencing torque during the draw is minimized thanks to the texturized rubber. Even the riser on this Infinite Edge Pro is ultralight. The reason for this is the lightweight aluminum that is used for production and a lot of cut outs on the riser itself.
The great-looking design for this bow is another highlight, beneficial for all age and genders. This compound bow also has a non-transferable lifetime warranty. Now that is one great feature. You just have to remember that your arrows should not be less than five grains per pound of draw weight since this will damage your bow and void warranty.
Bottom Line: This compound bow is worth its price. It may cost you a little more than you expected, but at least you’ve invested in a high quality compound bow.
Still interested in knowing more about compound bows before making your purchase? Check out our comprehensive compound bow guide.