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- does what it's supposed to Review by raynman
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does exactly what it's designed to do. Excellent design and easy to use. Mine takes AAAA batteries, not the AAA that the description says and the ones in the package were dead. Got me a bit worried when I set it up and no laser came out, but replacement batteries worked fine.
(Posted on 9/6/14)
- Its ok, but I expected better quality. Review by mrchaos101
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It basically is a fat carbon shaft that has been cut. Inside it holds 3 AAA batteries. The end of the tub is a plug with an O ring that you PUSH IN to keep the batteries form sliding out... and to turn the unit on. On the sides of the arrow shaft, they have cut some long slices. This is where the laser beam comes out. It shoots a line for you to align your bow.
The square is a molded plastic. Better materiel on the square would have made this feel a bet better for the value.
You snap the square to your bow string and place the carbon shaft on your arrow rest. You twist the carbon shaft till the laser aligns up with you bow string. Once this is done, you move your arrow rest left and right until the laser beam aligns with the cams of your bow. At this point you should be close to center tuned.... you can now adjust your sight windage so the laser beam goes through your pens..... windage is now set.
Im not sure what I was expecting. I feel that the on off switch and plastic square make this a hard choice compared to the Van Handel.
A very nice thing for this vs a Van Handel is that with this device, because you are dealing with a laser beam, you have no need for a vise to try and hold your bow level.
This should be sold fro $49.99
(Posted on 8/4/12)