Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Compound Bow

Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1
  • Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Review

    1 editor review
    Editor review:
    Hoyt says the REDWRX badge is a new indicator of the best they have to offer. The new RX-1 has gone through a significant amount of research and development, and has withstood Hoyt's 1500 dry fire tests and a million draw cycles. This durability should instill a great amount of confidence in potential buyers they are getting a product that will last as long as they want it to. The new finish options are amazing, and the "Keep Hammering" tribute to one of the largest hunting advocates in the world, Cameron Hanes, is a great move by Hoyt. The new split cable design changes to what some other companies have moved to, and the high let-off is a welcomed change for many bow hunters as well. The 32-inch axel-to-axel measurement is a sweet spot for hunting bows, between being compact and a longer rig more like a target bow. The added weight helps to balance the RX-1, but it makes the carbon bow as heavy as an aluminum bow, which is a huge selling point for carbon in the past. Although the RX-1 is the best Hoyt has to offer for 2018, it comes with a $1549 bare bow price tag. Shooters could easily purchase two more budget friendly, aluminum riser bows for the cost of one carbon, or get a high-end aluminum riser bow and deck it out with all new accessories for the same price. Is the bow worth $1549? The only person able to answer that is the one paying the money, but regardless of how nice the bow is, many people will not even pick one up based on the cost... read full review
  • Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1 Specifications

    1 version
    Manufactured: 2018 (1 version)
    Latest version: 2018 Hoyt Carbon RX-1
    Brace Height 6 "
    Axle to Axle Length 32 "
    Draw Length 24.5 " - 31 "
    Draw Weight 30 lbs - 80 lbs
    IBO Speed 340 fps
    Weight 3.9 lbs
    Let-Off 85%