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Finally I returned the Mathews because it was a 60/70 lbs bow and I was looking for a 50/60.

Two options appeared. The old Hoyt or the new Diamond.

Help me deciding. They are similar in the specification numbers. Both cost 1000 bucks down here...

Which one will you choose and why?

Thanks for your answers.

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In Uruguay.
Not many options, from time to time you can find some second hand bows, but new ones is more difficult specially these days when nobody travel to the States.

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Carbon Element might be Hoyt’s best carbon riser to date. I love them !


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Not sure about the diamond as I’m not up to date on them but you literally would have to be out of your mind to pay 1k for 12 carbon element. That’s a fact.


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I still own the carbon Element because it lasts and it is accurate. It is light and feels cool in our 115+ weather. I will keep this bow for a long time making the cost a little better. I have many newer bows, but this has been my favorite. Sorry to hear the costs of bows in your country. I thought the price of bows were high here.
 
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