2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review

By Brodie SwisherOctober 11, 20221 Comment

Elite Archery has proudly released their latest bow option for bowhunters for the 2023 year. Meet the all-new Elite Omnia. The Elite team says it’s the perfect blend of the shootability Elite shooters have come to know, with a boost of added performance and speed to deliver a shooting experience like never before.

The Omnia name comes from the latin phrase – in omnia paratus – meaning “be prepared for all, and ready for anything.” It’s the battle cry for the Elite team for 2023 with the release of the Omnia compound bow. 

We had the chance to pull the new Omnia from the box for testing and time on the range to get a feel for its performance and shootability. Check it out in our 2023 Elite Omnia bow review below, including photos, video, and specs. 

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review
Check out the all-new 2023 Elite Omnia compound bow.

First Impressions

The Omnia carries the classic look and feel you’ve come to know in the Elite lineup. It looks great from top to bottom and feels even better with a balanced design that carries nice at your side, draws smooth and steady, and delivers a really nice shot with hand-shock that could be rated somewhere between slim to none. The company boasts shootability in the bows they produce. This one is no exception. 

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review
The Omnia is a smooth drawing bow with plenty of speed to boot.

Specs on the Elite Omnia

Axle to Axle  –  32”

Weight Range  –  40, 50, 60, 65, 70 Pounds

Brace Height  –  6”

Draw Length  –  24.5”-30”

Let- Off  – Up To 90%

Weight  –  4.5 lbs

IBO Speed  –  Up To 347 FPS

Finish Options – Black, Brown, Cobalt, Copper Flame, KUIU Verde, Laguna Teal, OD Green, Pure Whitetail, Purple Rain, Realtree Excape, Realtree Edge, Silver Alloy, Sour Apple, Tan, Vuni

Price – $1199

Take a closer look at the 2023 Omnia in the video below…

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review

The New SP Cam System

The Omnia allows the shooter to customize the fit and feel like never before with the all-new SP cam system. This new cam features V2 Micro Let-Off Adjustment, giving shooters the ability to dial in and fine tune their holding weight down to a single percentile with the 70%-90% range.

Even better, the bow now allows for a custom fit in the draw length as well with 1/4″ draw length adjustment abilities. It’s a lot of options and variety built in to one cam and mod. 

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review
The new SP cam is found on the Omnia for 2023.

Better Balance and Tunability

The wide limb design of this bow lends itself to a better balance and feel at full draw. It’s seriously rock solid at full draw without the wobble of other bows out there with a slimmer design. The result is a bow that allows you to get dialed in with faster target acquisition. 

The Omnia also features Elite’s popular SET Technology. Simplified – Exact – Tuning is what this system delivers. It makes the job of precision bow tuning easier than ever before, whether you’re doing your own tech chores from home, or at the archery shop. The SET system allows you to quickly and efficiently achieve greater accuracy and arrow flight with minimal tuning and adjustments. 

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review
Elite's popular SET Technology makes the job of tuning a bow faster and easier than ever before.

On the Range

We spent some time on the range to see how the Omnia performed with plenty of shots down range, as well as through the chrono. To get a real-world look at performance, we shot a hunting arrow weighing in at 408 grains through the bow set up at 28″ draw length and 70 pounds of draw weight. Here’s what we got when shot through the chrono. 

Arrow 408 grains – 296 FPS 

2023 Elite Omnia Bow Review
The Omnia has all the great features Elite shooters know and love, in a fresh design that's faster than ever.

You can expect to find the Omnia with a price tag of $1199. Check it out at your local Elite dealer, or see it online at www.elitearchery.com

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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