The Bowtech Prodigy compound bow introduces a new piece of technology that has been developed by the Bowtech team and unveiled for the 2015 season. The versatility that has been made available through PowerShift Technology means that archers now have a choice of three different styles of compound bows in one.
The PowerDisc allows you to change your cam setting to one of three different styles. Performance for accuracy over the longer shot, Classic for the standard draw and shoot setting or Comfort for the shot that you need to make from a difficult angle or position.
The PowerShift Technology has been introduced in the new Prodigy and Boss bows and allows the archer to change the performance of the bow to suit the conditions.
The bow uses the Overdrive Binary Cams which provide a draw length range from 25 to 30.5 inches in half inch increments. The cam system is widely known for the adjustability on a rotating module and synchronization.
The Center Pivot Extreme riser reduces torque to increase accuracy. With the beyond parallel limbs and FLX-Guard the deflexed riser is deadly quiet and the bow is fast.
The bow is available in Kryptek Highlander, Black Ops, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country or Realtree Xtra Green finishes. For a full list of features and bow specs you can find them further down the page.
OverDrive Binary Synchronized Dual Cam System
Pre-Loaded Beyond Parallel Limbs
Rock Solid Riser
Center Pivot Extreme
Revolver Riser Dampeners
BowTech Prodigy Bow Specs
Draw Weights: 50, 60, 70
Draw Length: 25-30.5”
Axle to Axle: 32”
Brace Height: 7”
Mass Weight: 4.2 lbs
Effective Let-Off: 80%
IBO Speed: 343 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the BowTech Prodigy
I got my new Prodigy a few weeks ago and have to say I absolutely love it. Smooth draw, nice valley and solid wall. No vibration and shoots great. Exactly what I wanted.
When shooting the Bowtech Prodigy I found it to be an extremely easy bow to shoot. Well balanced, very easy to draw, quiet, smooth & recoil free. The bow tuned very easy.