- Clearance & Special Deals
- For the Bow
- For the Archer
- Range & Targets
- Tools & Tuning
- Everything Else
- Archery Kits and Sets
- Used Kit
- 2017 Compound Bow Clearance
Kinetic Trium X Hybrid Cam Compound Bow
The TRIUM X from Kinetic is a forged riser compound bow that fits all target or 3D archers.
Designed by a famous American compound bow engineer.
This bow is a 38" axle - axle that offers 70% let-off with a 81.1 stored energy curve.
It's 32" long forged aluminum riser gives the bow the stability and strength it needs for that steady and consistent shot.
The split limbs are made of high modulus US Gordon fiber.
A 7" brace height and a mass weight of 2160gr.
Five anodized target colors are available.
Ref Kinetic Compound bow
I recently purchased the "Kinetic Trium Compound Bow" after the initial setup and a bit of tweaking, the bow was taken to my local club and was then put to the test. The bow feels and shoots really well for a bow that is so cheap.
I would definitely recommend this bow and would put it against any other of the higher priced bows of £1k or less.
If you were to just shoot the bow and ignore the fact that it is from Kinetic then you would be really surprised at how smooth and also how quiet the bow is. Before buying the bow from Aim Archery I spoke with Ian, and asked him if he would honour his commitment made in the video, "that it shoots and handles as well as the higher priced bows".
The only thing I cannot comment on, is how the bow will react to the rigour of shooting outdoors, and if there is any flaking of the limbs, over a period of time.
Overall a really good bow with very easy adjustability without the need for a bow press
Unknown on 18th Dec 2017
Really pleased with this bow, shoots really well and is very quiet and smooth. Excellent value for money. Unknown on 29th Oct 2017
This has to be a bargain, a true target / field bow quality build, at a snip of a price. I set this bow up took a coulple of sight marks for the “Archers Advantage” and straight away my groups were better than my old Bowtech Assasin....Time will tell if the Kinetics bow wears well in the long term but it certainly looks robust and well finished. Derek on 23rd Oct 2017
after struggling with recurve, decided to go with compound,
being on a budget, i was after something that is gonna take me further as an archer, but within cost, with pleanty of scope for adjustments and poundage from 37lb upto 50lb, this seemed to be the one, slightly heavy but overall a good bow stuart on 8th Sep 2017