Wasp Havalon HV — NOW AVAILABLE IN 100 & 125 GRAINS!
The new Wasp HAVALON HV fixed blade broadhead features an aerodynamic, ultra-compact, aerospace-grade aluminum ferrule that provides field-point accuracy and easy tuning. The .035-inch thick surgical sharp stainless steel blades combine for a 1-3/16” cutting diameter. As with all Wasp fixed blade broadheads, the blades are easily replaced and each pack comes with three complete broadheads and 6 replacement blades. Available in both 100 & 125 grains.
Designers and engineers from both companies collaborated over the course of two years to combine their knowledge of blade technology and materials for the ultimate in strength, surgical sharpness and precision to launch the New WASP HAVALON HV fixed blade broadhead. Leading the way is the trademark Stainless Smart Tip (SST), a 100% stainless steel TROCAR tip that is designed for deep penetration through bone, hide and anything that comes in its way. Now available in both 100 and 125 grains.
Related Kill Stories
Suggestion you should make a full pack available as some Hunters have a 4 Arrow quiver
Tom tufano –
Sorry that was supposed to read four pack as some archers have a 4 Arrow quiver these r awesome
Tom tufano –
Well here it is some seven hours later from my first review went out for the afternoon hunt with my new 3 blade fixed Havilan fixed blade , nice button buck at 25 yards blew a hole one side through the other ran 15 yards and dropped
Tom tufano –
I shot wasp years ago and switched to mechanicals and over the years tried different heads and brands but was having to high of a percentage loosing game. This past year I was burnt out on mechanicals and went to the Wasp website and seen the new HAVALON HV and ordered the 125 grain. To say I am impressed is an understatement. With over 30 years of archery background and shooting several different brand of heads it feels good to be back with a head that kills. I am home to stay with the wasp product. Keep up the great work and I will keep putting back straps in the freezer and talking about this head to folks.
John Padgett (verified owner) –
I couldn’t be happier with the performance of the 100 grain Havolan head. Flys true and is a killer. Harvested a big Wisconsin white tail that went 30 yards after a double lung hit. Also tagged my best South Dakota Mulie from 55 yards. The blades are so sharp I had a complete pass thru. He never left his harem of does and tipped over in less that 10 seconds. He scored 177. I shoot a 70 lb Mathews Vertix with Victory arrows and Wasp Havolan heads. Not going to mess with perfection in flight. Get some Wasp Havolans if your a fixed blade hunter. You won’t be disappointed.
Warren Thomas –
In my search for a good broadhead to hunt elk, I came across the Wasp Havalon HV. I decided to try them last season (2020) and will say it performed flawlessly on a large 5×5 rag bull. Turn to this season, (2021) the Wasp Havalon HV does it again!! Harvested a 4×3 rag bull a few days ago. Both bulls expired in within 20-25 yards of where the shot took place, and left a large blood trail for that distance. Thanks Wasp Archery for an excellent product!!
Earl E Espy –
Put these in the quiver to give them a shot on a deer management doe here on Long Island. Got to let one go on the second day out and… “Wow!!!” Bone splintering, crushing, cutting broadheads that blew out the other side with an exit hole I couldn’t believe. Awesome broadhead. Blades arent even nicked. Going to use the same head tomorrow and see what happens! Love them.
O’B Won –
I’ve been a bow hunter for many years but developed a shoulder problem and had to change my game. Got a crossbow and had to figure out how to be deadly with that. A friend recommended the Havalon/wasp broad head so I gave them a try. Best decision. I don’t trust mechanicals any more and less substantial fixed blade gear doesn’t hold up to the impact from a crossbow. The HV/wasp shoots exactly like my field practice points but but is absolutely deadly on deer. I have never had a deer go more than 30 or 35 yards when hit.. that assumes your taking good ethical shots. But I pick my shots carefully and every deer I’ve hit in the last four years since choosing these broadheads has left a great blood trail and dead within sight. I even had one that didn’t even know it was hit… it just trotted off a little and then collapsed without falling over, just collapsed with its body still upright on top of its folded up legs. These head shoot true, penetrate bone and kill deer… thanks for the best broadheads I’ve ever shot!
Ed Hicks –
Got my muley with these. My first shot went a little back, hit liver, and was buried in the hillside behind the deer. The deer went 20 yards before stopping to see what happened. I put a 2nd through both lungs and he went 40 yards before piling up. The blades lost their cutting edge, but were still fully intact after pulling them out of the dirt. Love these things.
Pat (verified owner) –
Liver shot a doe fawn. It circled and flopped over 100 yards from impact. Big ole entrance and exit. Nasty.
Mark Ruesch (verified owner) –
I have been a Bow hunter for over 40 years. I have tried several brands through the years and have killed with many. The Mechanicals have failed me multiple times. So fixed blade it is. I started using he Havalon a few years back. And have found it to be very durable broached.
Mark Stanton (verified owner) –
I decided to try the Havalon 125g for my annual trip to TX for our doe massacre and was 5/5 !!! Watched 2 take a dirtnap within 40yards and heard the othere 3 crash. None of them went further than 70 yards!! Living in CA for the last 20 years but grew up not far from Wasp HQ in Plymouth CT, i decided to give them a shot and was happy with my decision!!! Im sold and the venison in my freezer solidifies my decision!!!