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- Meh...... Review by That Guy on your Target
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Well, this was somewhat disappointing... I won't lie, it's a functioning stabilizer. I does everything a stabilizer should. It weighs down my bow, gives me a more stable shot, looks cool. BUT, this is a poorly engineered design. The flat shape that "reduces wind drag" , while it does what's advertised, that drag reducing edge compromises that structural strength of the stabilizer. It flexes A LOT. Seriously, go on YouTube right now and find a high speed video of a Carbon Blade. The thing flexes like a circus contortionist! Not to mention is has poor vibration dampening. My bow hums like a guitar with these. Other stabilizers I'v never had vibration issues but with the Carbon Blade, not so much. Oh, did I mention how god forsaken expensive it is? Overall, it's a cool stabilizer. It does what's advertised, there is indeed virtually no wind drag while shooting outside. But if that's what you want, be prepared to sacrifice stiffness and vibration dampening. But it works.
(Posted on 7/21/14)
- Excellent Review by Frankie
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Have replaced my Beiter 4 rod set up with the Carbon Blade on my Mathews Apex 8. It is a lot stiffer and lighter than the Beiter and once got the weighting right had very little movement off the gold. Excellent set up despite being higher priced. Have 30" long rod and 10" side rod.
(Posted on 2/13/13)
- not the best quality Review by caleBOW
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This stabilizer has a lot of vibration and my stabilizer broke where the carbon and the aluminum where joined but the concept of it is is very good. It helps with 70 meter shoots
(Posted on 1/25/13)
- Fuse Carbon Blade stabilizer Review by Levi
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I ordered this stabilizer in 33" from my local archery shop a couple weeks ago. I have to say, it's the best stabilizer I have ever used! When I was shooting outside, wind drag was almost not noticeable! I really like it wind drag reducing edge. Makes a big difference outdoors. Not only that but it does a great job of absorbing vibrations. The only thing I don't like is it's a little on the pricey side... It's not to bad though. Also, if your debating whether you should get the ES model or this one, don't waste your money. This stabilizer is just as good. Some people believe that the 33% more stiffness that the ES has makes a HUGE difference, but in my opinion it really doesn't. But that's just me. I highly recommend this stabilizer.
(Posted on 12/19/12)