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Roto Grip Berserk Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Is This Ball Deranged? The Roto Grip Berserk is the latest ball to go through our battery of tests. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. I had the pleasure of testing this ball … Continue reading Roto Grip Berserk Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Brunswick Karma Urethane Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Yes, this is a Urethane ball Next up for testing, the Brunswick Karma Urethane. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. Probably for urethane, the coverstock will even account for more of the ball … Continue reading Brunswick Karma Urethane Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Brunswick Nexxxus f(P+S) Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

The one with the (triple) “X” Factor… Our next test is of the Brunswick Nexxxus f(P+S) or the “triple x”. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. Michael Raquidan is our tester this time … Continue reading Brunswick Nexxxus f(P+S) Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Brunswick C-System maxxed-out Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

If there was a Big B ball that was maxxed… We recently tested the Brunswick C-System maxxed-out. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. Michael Raquidan is our tester this time around. He is … Continue reading Brunswick C-System maxxed-out Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Roto Grip Defiant Edge Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

On the Edge of… We finally get a chance to drill the much anticipated Roto Grip Defiant Edge. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. Layout: Cranker (Sean Patterson) – 60 x 4 x … Continue reading Roto Grip Defiant Edge Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Fire Road Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Will the Fire Road Light up the Lanes??? We’re excited to review the new Storm Fire Road. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. Layout: Cranker (Sean Patterson) – 80 x 4 3/8 x … Continue reading Storm Fire Road Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm IQ Tour Edition Bowling Ball Review

This just might be the real deal! Buy the Storm IQ Tour Edition Bowling Ball from Bowling.com! Storm latest bowling ball in the Master Line is the Storm IQ Tour Edition. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the … Continue reading Storm IQ Tour Edition Bowling Ball Review

Storm Tropical Heat Hybrid Black/Purple Bowling Ball Review

The Medium House Shot Monster gets Stronger! Our latest review is of the Storm Tropical Heat Hybrid Black/Purple. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. The ball is drilled with 4 5/8″ x 6″ … Continue reading Storm Tropical Heat Hybrid Black/Purple Bowling Ball Review

New Roto Grip Equipment for Summer 2012

Roto Grip has announced its direction for this summer. Firstly, the current naming conventions will be completely changed. For better or worse, the Royal Line, Crown Line, Sword Line, etc. are gone. Well, not the balls but the names. Instead, Roto Grip is moving to a Hook Potential model known as HP. The intention seems … Continue reading New Roto Grip Equipment for Summer 2012

Storm Crossroad Bowling Ball Review

Is this the one to finally replace the Hy-Road??? Today, we’re reviewing the Storm Crossroad. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. The test piece was drilled 70x5x40. Generally speaking, this will delay the … Continue reading Storm Crossroad Bowling Ball Review

Storm Modern Marvel Bowling Ball Review

A Modern Benchmark… This time, we test the Storm Modern Marvel. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. The test piece was drilled 60x5x80. Generally speaking, this will delay the roll and have a … Continue reading Storm Modern Marvel Bowling Ball Review

Storm Vivid Bowling Ball Review

Storm’s “HD” ball… Our latest test is the new Storm Vivid bowling ball. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. The test piece was drilled 75×5.5×40. Generally speaking, this will delay the roll and … Continue reading Storm Vivid Bowling Ball Review

Brunswick Nexxus f(P+R) Bowling Ball Review

  Best of (current Brunswick) Breed? Our latest tester, Joe Ciach, is testing the Brunswick Nexxus f(P+R) solid bowling ball. Joe has an impressive and very long resume including 9-time Team Canada Member. He was the 2010 Players Tour Champion in the Greater Toronto Area, World Cup in 2008, and countless tournament wins. Joe is … Continue reading Brunswick Nexxus f(P+R) Bowling Ball Review

Brunswick Nexus f(P+F) Bowling Ball Review

Brunswick’s big gun! Our latest tester, Joe Ciach, is testing the Brunswick Nexus f(P+F) solid bowling ball. Joe has an impressive and very long resume including 9-time Team Canada Member. He was the 2010 Players Tour Champion in the Greater Toronto Area, World Cup in 2008, and countless tournament wins. Joe is a right-handed rev-speed … Continue reading Brunswick Nexus f(P+F) Bowling Ball Review

Brunswick Nexus f(P) Bowling Ball Review

Big backend from Big B! Our latest tester, Joe Ciach, is testing the Brunswick Nexus f(P) Pearl. Joe has an impressive and very long resume including 9-time Team Canada Member. He was the 2010 Players Tour Champion in the Greater Toronto Area, World Cup in 2008, and countless tournament wins. Joe is a right-handed rev-speed … Continue reading Brunswick Nexus f(P) Bowling Ball Review

Brunswick C-System Versa-Max Bowling Ball Review

Another versatile piece from the Big B! Our latest tester, Joe Ciach, is testing the Brunswick C-System Versa-Max. Joe has an impressive and very long resume including 9-time Team Canada Member. He was the 2010 Players Tour Champion in the Greater Toronto Area, World Cup in 2008, and countless tournament wins. Joe is a right-handed … Continue reading Brunswick C-System Versa-Max Bowling Ball Review