« Elgato Game Capture HD, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360, or Wii U gameplay, Full HD 1080p Pressman Double 12 Color Dot Dominos In A Tin » 3 thoughts on “IQ Bowsights 5-Pin Micro Bowsight with Retina Lock Technology,Right Hand” 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful Iq sights does what it says and a bit more…but you must be patient with it cause it will show you what you are doing wrong., August 26, 2013 By Noobjew – This review is from: Field Logic IQ 5 Pin Sight (Sports) This sight is different. I had to take my peep sight off to fully view. Takes a bit getting use to and to set up, if you change your anchor point, can take a while. Now, this sight has all but eliminated torque once it is dialed in. The retina lock is not something that you concistantly stare at because the placement and brightness allows you to fulyl see it n your peripherals. This helps you to become a better bowman(woman) because you will learn to properly grip or you will open up your shots for error. For me, it was my draw hand that kept torquing and this allowed me to see that consistantly and took a couple consistantly days to fix that. The smaller pins are great for more accuracy and are bright. The micro adjustments are a g-d send. Now saying that, the sights should be different colors just because a heat of the moment it is a bit easy to get pins mixed. The optional purple light should come standard on this sight because it is needed for low light situations, or at least nice. The DVD no longer ships with this product. Price is fair, but you may find yourself questioning this purchase because this sight brings out more errors on the bowers behalf and you may think its the sight itself. Seeing where this will shine the most is the hunter who shoots bags at home and then hunts in a stand or blind. With good anchor points and no tourqe because the ret lock, you can easily shoot any angle and always hit the spot. I would recommend this sight for anyone. The build is good, quality fibers and does what it says. I would say be patient with it. I would recommend getting the optional light and for iq, change up the colors. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful Solved my problem(s)…, September 21, 2013 By Bio Teacher – This review is from: Field Logic IQ 5 Pin Sight (Sports) If you’re not happy with your current set-up, this might help. Today I installed the field logic IQ. I sighted it in as instructed. My accuracy improved almost immediately. After a few more shots, I removed my peep sight, hoping to expand my field of view. Shots continued to be more accurate with the greater field of view. I picked up my first bow at age 40. The guy who set it up for me came highly recommended, and got me off to a good start. However, my groups never got tight enough for me to really feel 100% comfortable beyond 20 yards. While my expectations were pretty high, 30+ yards was just too sloppy for me to comfortably shoot at an animal I intended to kill quickly. I took my bow safety course at a hunting club, which brought in several of their experts. I’m at the age where I will usually take advice and process it. But, one of the guys noticed that I had both a kisser button and a peep sight. He saw how I was shooting, and suggested that I lose either the kisser or the peep. I didn’t take his advice because I wanted the assurance of more than one means of making my shots more consistent. With the new sight, I have the assurance and a greater field of view. Peep sight is GONE!Field of view is great!Accuracy is better than ever! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment (1) Reply 29 of 38 people found the following review helpful Great idea – poor execution., September 30, 2013 By jason s – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Field Logic IQ 5 Pin Sight (Sports) I received the sight, mounted to my bow, and sighted it in. After the first 50 shots, I noticed that the iq dot would wander from left to right and then I would adjust the dot as needed. After several attempts to achieve consistency I visually inspected the sight only to find that the front housing was cracked around the screws that are on the vertical part of the front housing connecting it to the bracket that is mounted to the bow. No adjustments or attempts to loosen or tighten these screws were made. This product was not used in conjunction with any other accessories or while in the woods and also was not used in any manner outside it’s design intent. This is the type of product that should last years if not decades and for the price paid I would have expected it to last a lifetime. During my decision making process, I read several user comments that indicated that this product may be poorly constructed. However, this was a new model and I had hoped that the sight was built with more durability than previous models. This sight did what it was designed to do, but after 100 shots it proved the negative feedback of other users was right on. I have asked for a full refund and am awaiting a return message from the seller. Update Oct 3rd: The seller (Grand Slam Sports and Outdoors) has refused to accept a return hiding behind their “policy”. I have also contacted IQ Bowsights (email@example.com) who indicated that there were a number of sights that made it to the market without an additional bracket that makes the sight more rigid. While this may be a cause for concern, the concept behind this sight is still a great idea, and based on my initial experience, I believe that this product can still deliver on its promise with some structural modification. The manufacturer is shipping a new sight to me with the extra bracket and I am looking forward to giving it a good workout. Update Nov 14th: I had received the replacement site with the additional bracket installed on the inside corner where the previous one had failed. Sighting in was relatively quick already having the pin placement from the previous site. I have shot at least 200 arrows with this replacement and it does not show any signs of fatigue, however, the IQ dot adjustments are loose enough to allow the dot to wander from short trips to and back from the range. I have found that it is necessary to adjust the dot by 1 or 2 clicks and then return to the previous setting on subsequent trips. This has not been a problem on any other sight that I have owned and most will find it frustrating when taking the equipment out to the field. I have attempted to contact IQ bowsights on three occasions and have yet to receive acknowledgement of my inquiry if there is a remedy for this latest problem with the sight. I still believe the concept of the sight is solid but have run out of patience with the quality and service and have request a refund from the manufacturer. My previous site was a Hindsight and I will be returning to that with the addition of the twilight rear aperture. Regrettably, my recommendation at this point is to stay far away from this sight. More updates to follow. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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