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If you need an order shipped to AUSTRALIA, New Zealand, or any of the countries below – please email me at incredibow@yahoo.com  USPS TEMPORARILY Suspends package services to these countries due to a new wave of COVID-19 outbreak spreading across Australia and 21 other countries. I will research an alternative shipping company and updated cost.  Thank you!  I hope this is resolved soon.
~Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Guadeloupe, Tajikistan, Laos, Reunion (Bourbon), Timor-Leste, Bhutan, Libya, Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Miquelon), Turkmenistan, Brunei, Martinique, Samoa, Yemen, Cuba, Mayotte, South Sudan, French Guiana, Mongolia, Syria~

***SHIPPING note:  Some International orders are still experiencing delays. Shipping times for International orders can take over two weeks. Tracking can be limited. Please take this in consideration before placing an order. I have no control over the shipping process and I have the same tracking options as my customers. I will do my best to assist if your order is delayed. Please email if you have questions before or after placing an order.  Thank you, Heidi, incredibow@yahoo.com

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9 Comments

  1. 303walker 303walker

    I just got my Incredibow! Wow! It’s everything I was hoping for and more. I ordered the “featherweight violin Incredibow (normal tension)” and I recommend it. I rosined it up and it drank the rosin right off the cake. My one concern was that this bow would impart a thin or sharper sound, in my case, the opposite happened. My violin sounds richer and fuller and more dynamic than ever! The bow plays almost effortlessly. Control is natural and easy it bounces ONLY when I want it to and does a fine job of it when asked. Playing piano (softly, quietly) I think, is actually easier, which is surprising because it truly does grab the strings and just sores with louder more energetic playing. The world of bows is vast and varied in it’s way and preferences do differ so I can’t possibly say this will be your favorite bow too, (it’s definitely my favorite) I will say that I think anyone who plays a bowed instrument should have one on hand. Where beginners are concerned if your looking for a good upgrade you can’t do better for the money. It’s comparably priced to decent probably-straight conventional wood and carbon bows that are better than lousy but don’t offer much for excitement. For more experienced musicians this is a much better bow than the price-tag suggests. Yes it’s new and different and that can be scary but I can’t possibly tell you what you’re missing if you’ve never played one. My violin is just so much more fun to play. I could barely put it down to write this review but I felt compelled to share my experience. I’m gonna go back to playing now.

    • heidi heidi

      So awesome that you are happy with the bow!! Reading feedback like this makes this bow making business worth it! 🙂
      Thank you!!
      All the best!
      Heidi

  2. Kathryn Young Kathryn Young

    Good afternoon,

    I have a question about which weight I should get, I am very much a beginner, an older student as well. I don’t have any issues with my hands and fingers though.

    Which weigh would you recommend?

  3. Sam Hadge Sam Hadge

    Just curious roughly how long the shipping takes.

    • heidi heidi

      Hi, I use priority mail (2-3 days typically) for orders within the U.S. and first class for orders going out of the U.S. (7-10 business days).
      Thanks! Heidi

  4. On my ur website I couldn’t figure out the difference btw. Nychelharpa, Percussion, Omni and Incredi. The youtube of LaManya was impressive because I have a Mark Wood 5 string viper she promoted the featherlite. What would you suggest for electric and 4 acoustic violin. It seems you suggest Hi tension and medium weight if over 4 strings. I want to buy one of ur violin bows but don’t know which. Batesville AR is the closest so I could drive 3 hours or just go with what you suggest. I play Celtic, Classical and Contemporary, electric and acoustic. Open to suggestions.

    • heidi heidi

      Hi Dee, If you have more questions, the best way to communicate would be through email @ incredibow@yahoo.com. Only because I do not receive notifications when someone comments through the site. The regular tension or high tension violin Incredibow would work for you. I don’t think it’s necessary that you need the high tension though. I would suggest the regular tension. As far as weight, the traditional weight will produce a louder sound and has less bounce, it will have similar weight to a wooden bow if that is what you are accustom to using. But the featherweight is so lightweight and almost effortless, it just takes a little time to acclimate to the lightness. If you play viola and violin, the regular tension Omni Incredibow will work for both. I’m sorry this is so late! Thank you for your interest!

  5. Josefina Josefina

    Dear Heidi,
    Its been a year since I got my Incredibow and I am very happy with it, the fact that is a vegan bow is the reason why I got it. It takes a while to get use to it, but I use it to play a certain type of songs for now 🙂 Its also very very beautiful, I got it in Back Magic color and when the sun hits in it looks absolutely gorgeous. I am ready to stay with my Incredibow for many many years 🙂
    It would be amazing if Incredibow joins Instagram, I would love to see this business getting bigger 🙂
    Thank you for your amazing work Heidi! I still have the little rose that came with the bow.
    Best wishes,

    Josefina.

    Santiago, Chile.

    • heidi heidi

      Thank you so much, Josefina. I really do need to be on social media more. I really lack social skills lol! But it’s on my mind a lot and I just need to make it happen. Thank you for your feedback, I appreciate it.

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