The Diamond Archery website doesn’t provide any company specific history that we could find but they do provide a corporate philosophy pages that tells a little about how Diamond Archery does business. The core values listed by Diamond Archery include: integrity both within and outside the company, respect for each other and people that they deal with, listening to each person involved in any process within the scope of the business, and teamwork based on communication and cooperation. The main business priorities they list include: safety in regards to company operation and the end use of the product by the archer, quality in the products they manufacture, customer service both before and after each purchase, and cost; Diamond Archery strives to deliver the best value to the customer by using lean manufacturing practices throughout the entire business model.
Some of the products available from Diamond Archery include the following bows: Dead Eye, Fugitive, Outlaw, Razor Edge, and Nuclear Ice. The Dead Eye bow is available in draw weights of 60 or 70 pounds with draw lengths ranging from 26 inches to 30 inches and an effective let off of 80%. Axle to axle this bow measures 32 inches with IBO speeds up to 343 feet per second. The brace height of the Diamond Archery Dead Eye bow is 6 1/8 inches with a mass weight of only 3.95 pounds. The Dead Eye is available in a black ops or mossy oak treestand finish.
In comparison we will look at the Fugitive bow. The Diamond Archery Fugitive bow is available in draw weights of 50, 60, or 70 pounds and draw lengths ranging from 26 to 30 inches. Again the effective left off of this Diamond Archery bow is 80% and the Fugitive measures 32 inches from axle to axle. The Diamond Archery Fugitive bow has potential IBO speeds of 337 feet per second with a brace height of 6 ½ inches and a mass weight of only 3.8 pounds. Next, let’s take a look at the specifications of the Diamond Archery Nuclear Ice bow. This bow comes in 10-29 pound draw weights with effective let off of 70% and draw lengths between 14 and 24 inches, making this a great bow for beginning archers. The axle to axle measure is 22 ¾ inches with IBO speeds ranging from 187-195 pounds and a brace height of 6 inches.
Diamond Archery offers a variety of bows to meet the needs of archers at all different skill levels and for a variety of shooting environments. In addition, Diamond Archery has state of the art technologies for throttle cams, center-lock pocket, FLX-guard, 7-layer limbs, RAK systems, Octane Factory strings, rotating modules, and extreme adjustability to meet the exact needs of the individual bowyer. The Diamond Archery ultra-lite series includes arrow quivers and a 5 inch stabilizer.
Visit the Diamond Archery site to find a dealer near you and to watch videos and read full details on each of the archery bows and archery supplies offered by Diamond Archery. The website also includes images, and downloadable documents and manuals for complete care and operating instructions for your Diamond Archery bow.
Diamond Archery provides a lifetime warranty for all bows not sold over the Internet. The warranty is good for the original owner only and can not be transferred. The warranty protects against any problems in material or workmanship. Any warranty claims need to be made through the nearest dealer, not through the website. Visit the FAQ section on the website for full details about the warranty and any other commonly asked questions about Diamond Archery bows or other archery supplies.