Bowplane Doubletake Archery Bowplane Laser Tuner

Priced: $89.88 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Bowplane Doubletake Archery Bowplane Laser Tuner -
Check the alignment of key components of your archery setup quickly and easily, even in the field. This innovative tool casts laser light 360° along the inside center plane of your bow. It's a simple and effective way to check limb alignment, string alignment, cam alignment, arrow rest center shot and sight pin alignment without taking any components off. View the precise center line of your bow in relation to all attached accessories and the center shot, and know instantly if any adjustment is necessary. Operates on four AAAA batteries (included).


  • 360-degree laser alignment
  • Provides visible reference plane for all components
  • Lets you easily check alignment without taking off your sight
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Bowplane Doubletake Archery Bowplane Laser Tuner Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Bow square good idea but

I like the concept of the bow square but if you have a kisser button it will not work. It's good for new set ups or without the button. I did contact double take archery they said I could order and adapter piece and use the nocks that I like to use it cost $5.99.
Gbowhunter at Cabelas on 05/08/2010

bow plane laser

easy to use setting up rest checking cams and great for a starting point setting up sights.pricey but very nice
heavymetal43076 at Cabelas on 06/11/2012

Negative Reviews:

Good in theory

Tried this laser tuner and had some success in checking my cams to ensure everything was in alignment on my bow. Really bought it for checking my center shot and was very disappointed. The laser worked perfectly until it reached the rest. Then the light lost it's clarity and faded out so bad it could barely be seen on the rest let alone determine an accurate center shot. Not sure if the type of rest mattered so that's why it got a second star. The concept is a good one but it needs work to improve it.
Will include a review of the EZ Eye laser tuner as well since that doesn't seem to be an option for some reason. I give it 1 star. Ordered it as my replacement to this tuner and it was so badly out of square that it showed my bow to be out of alignment by over an inch from top to bottom. The bow is new and the first tuner showed the string and cam to be right on. Ran the EZ Eye out the arrow to the end and got a result that my arrow was over 5 inches out of center at the point, yet it's right down the middle shooting out to 50 yards and with broadheads. Planned on travelling and wanted one of these products to double check my equipment......SAVE YOUR MONEY. (And yes I made sure the windage screw was set properly on the EZ Eye to ensure the windage did not move while checking alignment.)
PANYBowhunter at Cabelas on 03/19/2010

Poor Quality for such a Price

I bought this along with the EZ eye. One worked great the other did not. As you can guess the bow plane failed and because of poor craftmanship. Its seems to be a great concept. It seems to be easy too use too. How ever while using it I noticed that the laser was off by 1/32 of an inch looking at my upper and lower cams. So I rotated the laser arrow shaft 180 degrees and it was off 1/32 in the other direcdtion. So I decided to use the EZ eye. Then I measure with the BowPlane again of the EZ eye marked measurements and the bow plane was still off center both times even after rotating the arrow shaft laser 180 degrees. I guess the laser inside the arrow shaft was just a mininaly off cnter in the shaft causing this issue. Maybe it was just a lemon, but even if it work right I still wouldnt recommend this product. The EZ eye for the price.
ArcMine at Cabelas on 08/15/2009