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- Not the best stabilizer Review by fishbone259
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Unfortunately the same,what the previous customer said.
(Posted on 4/18/16)
- Better than the regular Carbon Blade, but not quiete good... Review by Juan Ignacio De Martini
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The design is really nice, it look amazing, but i does not work as they say. If you have side wind, you'll be ok, but if the wind comes from the front, you'll have a REALLY bad time, your bow will go up as a kite.
They are stiffer than the regular carbon blade, a little bit better, but, as the carbon blade, they do not absorb as much of the vibration as FUSE says.
And for my, the main problem, is that is really hard to add weights, first because they are ridiculous expensive, i'm a compound shooter, the total amount of the price of the weight that i used is almost the same of the cost of the Blade (i have 4 oz in the front, and 13 in the side, total 16, 1 oz cost $11,25 so 16 oz x $11.25 = $180).
Second, you need to get a FUSE Bolt, which is also is expensive, and then, if you have 13 Oz, and you want to add 2 oz, you need to get another Bolt.
I need to add more weight to my bow, and adding more weights to the Fuse Carbon Blade, will be really expensive, so i bought some Doinker Platinum Hi-mod, you can make your own weights with a Lathe and use some regular screws.
I would not recommend the Fuse Carbon Blades, unless if you are a Pro Shotter and Fuse will give you for free the weights.
(Posted on 11/24/15)