Elite Launches Adjustable Ember Bow

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posted on January 7, 2020
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Elite has debuted its new-for-2020 Ember bow—a fully adjustable compound aimed squarely at the hunting market. While a typical two-cam bow lacks a defined backwall when set at lower poundages, the Ember is designed with a limb stop, which promises to give a solid and defined wall, even at a 20 pound draw weight. Measuring in at 31 1/4" axle-to-axle with a 6 1/4" brace height, the bow is available in draw lengths from 15" to 29", with a draw-weight range of 10-60 lbs. At top draw length and weight, the bow can achieve speeds of 310 f.p.s.



Constructed from a caged aluminum riser, the Ember boasts stainless steel cam bearings, aluminum pockets, cams and mods. The split limb bow will ship with Elite’s new VIBEX dampening blocks installed, and will feature Winner’s Choice strings. The Ember will be available as a stand-alone bow, or to Elite authorized retailers as a “ready to hunt” package, complete with sight, stabilizer, quiver, and full capture rest accessories from Custom Bow Equipment (CBE). For more information, please visit elitearchery.comMSRP: $499.99 (stand-alone bow)-$599.99 (ready-to-hunt package)

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