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    Default New Reezen Dampners are excellent

    We just got in our new Reezen Dampners. This made a big difference in the feel of the bow. I purposely held tight on the grip so I could feel the difference. Mathews, you did good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    We just got in our new Reezen Dampners. This made a big difference in the feel of the bow. I purposely held tight on the grip so I could feel the difference. Mathews, you did good.
    Chris, will you be able to sell these through your on-line store is this another pro-shop only purchase? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichael View Post
    Chris, will you be able to sell these through your on-line store is this another pro-shop only purchase? Thanks.
    I highly doubt that we can sell these online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I highly doubt that we can sell these online.
    From what I read on Mathews site they will be made standard on the new Reezen and Monster and "aftermarket" for all other bows...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NerdHick View Post
    From what I read on Mathews site they will be made standard on the new Reezen and Monster and "aftermarket" for all other bows....
    I believe Chris was just saying you won't be able to order them online. You can get them from any authorized Mathews dealer.
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    Anyone have a price yet??


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Anyone have a price yet??
    I believe I heard around $30 for one of the Harmonic Stabilizers. Of course if you would just buy yourself a Reezen you could get one FREE!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TREESTANDSNYPER View Post
    I believe I heard around $30 for one of the Harmonic Stabilizers. Of course if you would just buy yourself a Reezen you could get one FREE!!!!!
    Free is good I may just have to go that route. lol


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    They are incredible. The tuning fork "Hmmmm" everyone was talking about on the Reezen is totally eliminated with this new harmonic stabilizer. They make a DXT, Hyperlite, and Drenalin even more dead in your hand as well....which is kinda hard to believe but true!
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    Nice pictures Jon,

    You should show a few on your nice look-in stabs that you make sometime!!
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    so you only put them in the bottem??

    may need to get one to try in my different bows.......

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    we'll see if Joe has any in the shop tomorrow, may have to put one on the DLD!
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    Bunny -

    I tried them alone in the bottom.....alone in the top, and both top and bottom at the same time. They seem to work and feel the best in the bottom only. I didn't see any real advantage by using them in both locations other than adding some additional weight.

    It's funny, putting this dampner in the bow feels like you put an STS on the bow.....but if you put an STS on the bow, it doesn't have the same result. For all those worried about the "shock" or "vibration" the Reezen had before.....you REALLY need to shoot the bow again with one of these in it.

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    My SB XT is already dead in my hand. No shock at all. But I may get one for the WOW that looks great factor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by x-ring View Post
    Bunny -

    I tried them alone in the bottom.....alone in the top, and both top and bottom at the same time. They seem to work and feel the best in the bottom only. I didn't see any real advantage by using them in both locations other than adding some additional weight.

    It's funny, putting this dampner in the bow feels like you put an STS on the bow.....but if you put an STS on the bow, it doesn't have the same result. For all those worried about the "shock" or "vibration" the Reezen had before.....you REALLY need to shoot the bow again with one of these in it.
    Just got back from the shop, and all I can say...........HOW IN THE HECK DID THEY DO THAT???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Just got back from the shop, and all I can say...........HOW IN THE HECK DID THEY DO THAT???

    It's in the Kool Aid.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY911 View Post
    It's in the Kool Aid.......
    No its in the candy...........


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    my 05 SB still smooooooooth
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    how does everyone like the reezen

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    Quote Originally Posted by tak View Post
    how does everyone like the reezen
    to the forum..

    I shot the Reezen 6.5 alongside the Admiral and the Alphamax 32 and I liked it the least of those three, not that I thought it was a bad bow or anything.

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