There is a simple elegance to the LimbSaver WindJammer bow stabilizer that makes it a contender in the market. Its basic tube shape design is unassuming but does exactly what one would expect from their stabilizer. It adds an impressive amount of weight and the plethora of color and camo combinations will fit most compound bow setups very nicely. What it lacks in flair it makes up in high quality materials and overall performance.
Windjammer Stabilizer Important Specs
Measuring 7 inches long this stabilizer is just a tad longer than what many might consider ideal for hunting. However, that extra inch will be less of hindrance and more of a boon when it comes to adding stability to the bow.
Construction of the Windjammer Bow Stabilizer
The tube is made out of 6061 machined aircraft aluminum, making it very durable and able to withstand harsh outdoor conditions. Filling the tube is LimbSaver’s “Noise and Vibration Control Material” (NAVCOM). This filling helps to reduce the vibration when shooting. The diameter of the tube is roughly 1 inch, which is a bit on the slender side.
How Much Does the Windjammer Weigh?
The entire stabilizer weighs a mighty 13 ounces. Some setups may find this to be too much weight while others require this much to obtain perfect balance and increased stability in their bow. It is largely a matter of preference in how the bow is configured. The length and weight will certainly stabilize shots and improve consistency.
The weight at the end of the LimbSaver WindJammer bow stabilizer has an unsightly opening for screwing in optional LimbSaver attachments. This bolt hole can be left empty if the base stabilizer is all that is required.
However, LimbSaver offers a 1.25 ounce stabilizer enhancer in a variety of colors. This attachment helps to further dampen and absorb vibration.
Accessory Package That Comes With The Windjammer
The other accessory is a rather cost effective WindJammer Balancing System that can be adjusted 360 degrees to offset the weight of sights and other compound bow gear. While both of these cost extra and do not come standard with the stabilizer, they add an extra level of customization and control to your setup that other stabilizers may not.
Even if you are not ready to dabble in balancing systems at this point, you may later find an appreciation for the option to.
Limbsaver Windjammer Stabilizer Review Conclusion
With 11 combinations of black, red, and camo there is bound to be an option that suits your bow. These color options add much needed flavor to an otherwise simple tube stabilizer. More important than the aesthetics is the performance.
The WindJammer stabilizes efficiently, reduces shock, and helps tighten groups with more consistent shots. It passes with flying colors, and lots of them to boot. The price is reasonable and competitive with other top tier affordable stabilizers.
The biggest draw to this stabilizer is the customization of attachments, which essentially enables the option to have a low budget balance system. Overall, the WindJammer is an adequate stabilizer that will get the job done and then some.