SUPERIOR, Wis. (May 26, 2011) — Originally introduced last year in gunmetal gray, the IQ Bowsight took the archery world by storm. With its patented Retina Lock technology, the IQ Bowsight quickly became regarded as the world’s most accurate archery sighting system. It became so popular that production was excessively outpaced by demand, despite nearly quadrupling manufacturing capacity. As production finally catches up, a matte-black version is now being introduced.
The sophisticated technology of the Retina Lock provides instant feedback at a glance that will identify even the slightest torque or change in anchor point. This feedback will enforce proper form, build confidence, and most importantly, dramatically extend your effective range.
The IQ Bowsight does not use any batteries or have any exposed parts. Its four-axis adjustment ensures a perfect alignment with almost any bow on the market.
Without a doubt, it is the most sought-after bowsight in the bowhunting industry. In fact, many TV personalities have switched to the IQ Bowsight already, including Babe Winkelman, Chris Brackett, Mark and Terry Drury, Casey and Chris Keefer, Keith Beam, Jay and Tammy Gregory, Jim Shockey, Bob Richardson, Larry Woodward, Brad Rucks, Dan Schmidt, Pat Reeve, Nicole Jones, Tim Wells, Ryan Klesko, J.T. Harden, and Tom Miranda.
The new black IQ Bowsight is available in four- and seven-pin configurations in both left- and right-hand versions. It is available at retailers with suggested retail prices of $199.99 and $219.99 for the four- and seven-pin configurations, respectively.
For detailed information on the IQ Bowsight and to view the detailed video and impressive commercials, visit the website at www.iqbowsights.com.