The Diamond Archery range of compound bows continues to provide an impressive mix of innovation in its design and an ideal jumping off point for beginners. The focus remains largely on the hunting side of the market with the 2019 line-up once again catering to all hunters - men, women and children.

As with the compound bows that have been released in previous seasons, the Diamond Archery line is available in the R.A.K. – Ready Aim Kill – package. This means the purchaser will not only be getting the compound bow but will also receive an accessory kit that includes a sight, quiver, stabilizer and other gear.

Provided below is a description of each of the bows released for the 2019 season along with their specifications. We have also gathered together reviews of each of the compound bows that have been released by online magazines, archery forums or retailers.  

The company is part of the Bowtech Archery company and more details about all of the products available can be found on the Diamond Archery website.

2019 Diamond Archery Compound Bows

Diamond Carbon Knockout

This is a compound bow that has been designed primarily for women. But its reach is wider than that and it is an ideal compound bow for the beginner archer as well.

The bow is powered by the Binary Cam system and this makes it very easy to tune and also assists with tremendous accuracy.

The platform of the bow is the Carbon Riser that not only helps to reduce the weight of the bow but also makes it extremely comfortable to carry and shoot.

The bow is available in Micro Carbon, Mossy Oak Breakup Country finishes and is released by the company with an MSRP of $749.00.

Industry Reviews 

According to Petersen's Bowhunting Magazine:

The Carbon Knockout features Diamond's Synchronized Binary Cam System, which eliminates vertical nock travel, maximizes accuracy and provides easy tuning. Slightly smaller than the standard system, the cams of the Carbon Knockout produce shorter draw lengths and greater efficiency for the compact rig. Read full review.

A Video Review has been conducted by Equipment Editor Patrick Meitin at Inside Archery. You can view the complete review on the Inside Archery website.

Carbon Knockout Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

22.5 - 27"

40,50,60 lbs

30"

3.2 lbs

6.75"

80%

302 fps

Diamond Deploy SB

Returning for the 2019 season once again is the extremely light Deploy SB. The use of the Carbon Riser is the secret behind the featherweight 3.2 pounds that comprises the bare bow and it is also a major contributor to the smooth release where little to no hand shock will be felt.

The bow is a quality hunting bow with a nice axle-to-axle size of 31.5 inches and the draw length that is adjustable over a range from 26 inches to 30.5 inches. The bow has been equipped with the Bowtech synchronized binary cam system which is key to enabling significant power while maintaining a smooth draw cycle.

The generous brace height is 6.75 inches and it is capable of speeds up to 330 fps.

The bow is available in Micro Carbon, Mossy Oak Breakup Country finishes and is released by the company with an MSRP of $749.00 in the R.A.K package and $649.00 for the bare bow.

Industry Reviews

According to HuntersFriend.com

This bow is dream to shoot. It's shock-free, has very little noise, and the smooth cycle of those Binary Cams makes the Deploy SB seem like an old friend from the very first day. Read full review.

Review on the TexasBowhunter.com forum

I’ve owned flagship Bowtechs for years (Tribute, Guardian, Allegiance, Destroyer 350 LE). I would rate this bow near the top of the ones that I’ve owned. For the price point, I can’t imagine finding a better bow. Read full review

Deploy SB Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

26 - 30.5"

50,60,70 lbs

31.5"

3.2 lbs

6.75"

80%

330 fps

Diamond Provider

The Provider has been retained for the 2019 season and continues to include a bow that is specifically aimed at the hunting market. According to the company, this is the hunting bow that is best suited for anyone on a budget.

The bow features a single cam shooting platform makes this a straightforward system that is easy to tune and provides good speed. The draw length range is generous at 25.5” to 31”.

The bow is nice and compact measuring 31” axle-to-axle and would suit use in the treestand or the tight confines of a ground blind. It is a light weight bow, weighing in at only 3.2 lbs and has an IBO speed rating of 310 fps.

It is available in the R.A.K. package and comes in the Mossy Oak Break-Up Country finish. The company has released it with an MSRP of $499.00.

Provider Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

25.5 - 31"

20-70 lbs

31"

3.3 lbs

7.5"

80%

310 fps

Diamond Edge SB-1

The Edge SB-1 has been released as the most adjustable compound bow in the Diamond range. The draw length of the bow extends out to 30 inches and offers a full 15 inches of adjustment.

The bow has a redesigned Bowtech Synchronized Binary cam system making it far smoother to draw and shoot. It is also notable fr the solid back wall to give the shooter a distinct edge.

The bow is versatile in the available draw weight options and the inclusion of rotating modules means that it is just a case of removing the module screw, rotate the module and retighten to increase or decrease the draw length.

It comes with a single offset string suppressor that will quieten the bow at release and will also keep vibration to a minimum.

The bow is available in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, BlackOps, Blue Blaze and Purple Blaze finishes and has been released by the company with an MSRP of $449.00.

Edge SB-1 Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

15 - 30"

7-70 lbs

31"

3.6 lbs

7"

80%

318 fps

Diamond Infinite Edge Pro

The Infinite Edge Pro has been included once again in the line-up and it remains an important part of the range, building off the original Infinite Edge design.

The draw length of the bow has been increased out to 31" to cater for shooters who require a longer draw. The cam system has been redesigned to give it a smoother cycle. It boasts a rock solid back wall for a better release experience.

The bow has an incredible draw weight adjustment range from 5 to 70 pounds that makes it a great bow no matter whether you're hunting, target shooting or bowfishing.

The bow is available in BlackOps, Mossy Oak Break Up Country or Pink Blaze finishes and it has been released with an MSRP of $399.00. 

Industry Reviews

According to AnchorThatPoint.com

The Diamond Infinite Edge pro compound bow is one of the most versatile bows out there. It does not matter if you buy it for your 14 year old son, your 8 year old granddaughter or your 40 year old hunting buddy. It fits archers of all sizes and experience levels. Read full review.

Infinite Edge Pro Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

13 - 31"

5-70 lbs

31"

3.2 lbs

7"

80%

310 fps

Diamond Prism

The Prism is still a part of the Diamond line-up for the 2019 and it offers the shooter a versatile bow that can be adjusted to fit the size, shape and ability of just about all people.

It is a bow that is an outstanding option for both beginners and youths. The draw weight starts at a low of only 5lbs and can be adjusted up to 55lbs. The use of rotating draw length modules provide 12 inches of adjustment making it a bow that will grow with its owner.

The cam system has been redesigned so that the draw cycle is suitable smooth and it finishes with a solid back wall. It is accompanied by tight high precision limb pockets.

The bow is available equipped with the Ready. Aim. Kill accessory package so that a newcomer to the sport will find themselves fully equipped from the start.

It is available in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, BlackOps, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Prism Orange or Prism Purple finishes. It has been released by the company with an MSRP of $349.00.

Industry Talk

According to chat on ArcheryTalk.com, one person said "I bought one a few weeks ago and I like it a lot. Its has a smooth draw and is very accurate." Read the entire thread here.


Prism Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

18 - 30"

5-55 lbs

31"

3.2 lbs

7"

80%

295 fps

Diamond Medalist 38

The Medalist 38 offers everyone from competition shooters to hunters the benefit of a long base platform for added stability from which to shoot. The bow is equipped with the Binary Cam system that enables a high degree of tunability.

The bow has a draw length range that will suit a majority of people including those who are looking for a suitable long-draw option. It includes features such as an adjustable sight height, flat back grip and the long axle to axle stability.

It has been made available by the company in a choice of black, white, teal or red finishes and has been released with an MSRP of $699.00.

Medalist 38 Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

23 - 32.5"

40,50,60,70 lbs

38"

4.5 lbs

7.125"

80%

322 fps

Diamond Edge Sonar

The return of this bowfishing compound bow reinforces the commitment to all types of bow-hunting pursuits and the bow provides something for the novice as well as the experienced hunter.

The bow is based on the company’s Infinite Edge platform and it has a draw weight adjustment that spans from 5 lbs up to 55 lbs. It also provides 12 inches of draw length adjustment from 18 to 30 inches. This alone demonstrates just how versatile it is.

The bow also features heavy-duty cams with deep grooves that will prove to give you a solidly reliable performer in all sorts of difficult conditions.

The bow was released equipped with AMS bowfishing accessories including an AMS Wave Rest, AMS Retriever Pro Reel, AMS White Chaos Arrow and Orange Finger Savers.

It is available in Kryptek Neptune and Kryptek Yeti finishes and has an MSRP of $499.00.

Edge Sonar Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

18 - 30"

5-55 lbs

33"

3.2 lbs

6.5"

n.a.

n.a.

Diamond Atomic

One of the most popular youth bows has been returned for the 2019 season. This bow provides the young archer with a great combination of adjustability and forgiveness so that the introduction to archery is as good as it can possibly be. In addition it also means that as the young archer grows, so does the bow.

The bow has 12 inches of draw length adjustability as well as 26 pounds of draw weight adjustment. The bow’s dimensions measure 24 inches from axle to axle and the draw weight tops out as 29 pounds so, as you can see, it is definitely designed for the very small and young.

The Atomic is available in black, Mossy Oak, blue, green, orange and purple finishes.

Atomic Specs

Draw
Length

Draw
Weight

Axle-to-
Axle

Weight

Brace
Height

Let Off

Speed
(IBO)

12 - 24"

6-29 lbs

24"

1.9 lbs

6"

n.a.

191 fps

The bows manufactured under the Diamond Archery label are part of the larger Bowtech Archery company and this means the quality and workmanship is both high and reliable. As the company pronounces the Diamond compound bows are among the most versatile on the market today and they offer a strong range of features at a very reasonable price.

If anyone is looking for a manual for any of the compound bows listed on this page or, indeed, from a previous season, the company provides a full selection on this page

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