iGlow 55LB Archery Hunting Compound Bow Review
EDITORS RATING: 8/10
The iGlow is a moderately priced bow which comes with many stunning features that will definitely excite you but the features included are basic but functional, detail has been put on
With a really moderate price and a small learning
The bow by iGlow is produced by the same manufacturers that produce the SAS Rage which is company that is based in
The price of the bow would be the thing to highlight here as it pretty cheap if not affordable compared to many other bows out there in the industry. With
The arrow rest which is also included similarly does not perform its functions well so replacing both of these would be a great idea as both of these are important elements that would make your shooting both more accurate and smooth.
Although there are many things of this bow that you would have to replace the price you pay for it is fair for what you receive, replacing some parts of the bow with better quality ones will still be cheaper than getting a really expensive bow altogether.
The bow comes with a draw length of 25 inches to 31 inches, you would be able to adjust the length that you are comfortable with using an Allen wrench which is included. You would also not require a bow press while you adjust the draw lengths which comes out as being pretty useful especially when out in the woods.
Its draw weight can be set anywhere between 30 to 70
The speed that the bow comes with is pretty fast given that its pretty cheap, with a 310 feet per second speed this bow which is not rated by the IBO but mentioned by the manufacturer is fast, just as fast as many other bows in the more high-end section of compound bows, killing the game before you shouldn’t be a problem.
It also comes with a dual cam system and a split limb which is pretty standard in compound bows in the industry.
iGlow has managed to be a great overall bow removing the fact that several accessories that it comes with
To ensure that the bow is a killing machine out there you would need several other things to complete the set, you would need a good peep sight that fits your stature, a good D-loop which would help in pulling the string back as an aid, a quiver that will help a lot in your arrow transportation and also a good bow case as keeping your bow in an enclosed and humid-free condition is really important to sustain the bows overall lifespan and quality.
With all of that
Overall the bow is cheap and suitable for those of you getting into the sport for the first time, a great investment.