When I was researching high end bows a couple years ago, I wish there would’ve known about the massive differences in customer service between Matthews and Hoyt. As you can see, my 2017 Carbon Defiant is ready to explode. Under 500 arrows, under 30 hunts, and kept in a case inside. Yet the Riser is separating from the limbs, on top and bottom. Bow has been registered yet customer service is requiring the ORIGINAL RECIEPT. $1600 for a bow to fall apart and the manufacturer won’t fix it. I would not recommend a HOYT, if you’re in the market. My local dealer explained this is common and why he recommends Matthews.
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