Diamond Infinite Edge Review
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Editors' reviewThe new Diamond Infinite Edge is marketed as a youth bow, but this package is easily an entry-level bow that can be used by everyone. Designed to grow with the archer, this bow cannot be outgrown. This bow is being touted as "the last bow you will ever buy" as it has a huge range of adjustments so that it will fit any archer. The only reason to change to a different bow will be based solely on personal desire. The Infinite Edge can be ordered ready-to-hunt for an affordable price of $479, or you can order the bare bow for $349. Diamond initially built 350 of these bows, but cannot keep them on the shelves.
FinishThe Diamond Infinite Edge can be ordered in Blackops, Mossy Oak Break-up Infinity, or Pink Blaze. These finishes are perfect for this bow and are aesthetically pleasing.
Risers/LimbsThe Diamond Infinite Edge comes with solid-piece limbs mounted on a one-piece machined aluminum riser. This is a great base, and the perfect fit where riser-meets-limbs is a key ingredient to the overall compatibility of this bow.
Other ComponentsThe diamond Infinite Edge can be ordered with an accessory package that includes a 3-pin Apex sight, an Octane Hostage XL arrow rest, Octane Deadlock Lite Quiver, tube peep sight, BCY string loop, and a string stop.
Eccentric SystemThe Infinite Edge has a dual-cam system set at 75 percent let-off. The dual-cam system is not an aggressive design which makes it easy for archers of all levels to pull. This system also allows for the many adjustment levels for this bow. By simply moving the cam module slightly, the length and draw can be adjusted easily. The infinite Edge can be adjusted from 13" to 30" of draw length, and can be done in less than five minutes without a bow press.
Draw Cycle/ShootabilityWith such a wide range of adjustments for draw weight and length, the Infinite Edge has a smooth draw cycle. The draw cycle starts of easy and gets progressively harder, but never overbearing throughout the draw as it approaches the transition point to let-off. Once the shooter reaches let-off, they can hold the pin on the target and get off a solid shot. The Diamond Infinite Edge is a very shootable bow. With the ability to adjust this bow to such low draw weights, it is a perfect entry-level bow even for the youngest shooter, allowing the beginner to learn good form and mechanics, eventually moving onto various shooting opportunities. The draw weight is adjustable simply by tightening or loosening the limb bolts to the desired weight. Although sold as a youth bow, this is a very good choice for any archer at any experience level.
Silencing PackageOut of the box, the only silencing on the Diamond Infinite Edge is the string stop. As an entry-level bow, the Infinite Edge does not require the same silencing as a hunting rig and does not come equipped with any. The bow does have a string "twang" because of this. However, this bow will grow with the archer and can easily become a hunting rig. As the archer begins to have visions of taking this bow into the stand or blind, they would be well advised to invest on some string silencers and some vibration dampening equipment.
Compared to Similar Bows
|Bow||Diamond Infinite Edge||Diamond Razor Edge||Mission Menace|
|Brace Height||7 "||7 "||7.25 "|
|AtA Length||31 "||31 "||31 "|
|Draw Length||13 " - 30 "||19 " - 29 "||17 " - 30 "|
|Draw Weight||5 lbs - 70 lbs||15 lbs - 60 lbs||16 lbs - 52 lbs|
|IBO Speed||310 fps||308 fps||fps|
|Weight||3.1 lbs||3.8 lbs||2.95 lbs|
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Comparing this bow to similar bows (Diamond Razor Edge and Mission Menace), the Infinite Edge is superior in the range of adjustment and growth potential. The Razors Edge is comparable in speed and size, but is only adjustable from 19" to 29" draw length. Draw weight is based on the limbs with either 20# - 29# or 30# - 60# limbs. The Menace is also comparable in size and is adjustable to approximately 52#.