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NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator

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NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator


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NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator


NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator


  • 450W unit with enclosed fan moves heated air inside chamber
  • Custom cup/ball-stand allows heated air to circulate under the ball, and catches oil runoff
  • Adjustable thermostat - heats ball uniformly and safely
  • Simple to operate. NuBall is a great gift idea!
  • Ships FEDEX from Manufacturer


  • Modern bowling balls have a porous surface, which gives the balls traction, allowing them to "hook", hit hard, and mix up the pins. With use, the pores become clogged with lane oil and dust, and these "newish" characteristics fade... NuBall brings new life to bowling balls by removing that oil and dirt. Heated air is circulated in the enclosed chamber, safely and effectively warming the ball, which causes the oil to expand and come to the surface, where it can be easily wiped off. The entire ball is heated evenly, including the bottom, thanks to a specially designed cup which allows air to circulate under the ball, as well as catching oil that drips off the ball. The process takes approximately 1 hour. NuBall is the first machine of its kind priced for the individual bowler. It costs less than some bowling balls, and will pay for itself after just a few uses. It eliminates the need to take a ball to a pro shop to have it "baked", for a fee. NuBall is convenient, easy to use, and light weight - less than 8 lbs. It measures 13.5" in diameter, and 14.5" high. Easy, safe 30-day returns policy and excellent 2-year limited warranty.

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    1. Anonymous User on 10/29/2013, said:

    I bought it several weeks ago, and I am satisfied with the oil it does get out. I see a difference in the balls I de-oiled. No not getting oil in the cup, but the surface is full of the oil. I use the degreaser on the ball alcohol and then either put a polish on it leave it as is. I think it is worth having it helps get oil out of ball. I have done several balls several times in the weeks i had it, they react better. Yes the construction is terrible, they should make a better unit, and send them to those who purchased it. But I am satisfied
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    2. Anonymous User on 10/16/2013, said:

    I bought mine some time during the summer directly from the supplier at the introductory price which is much better than what it is being offered for now. I put 7 balls through it and have pulled oil from four of them. I have noticed that the longer I leave the ball in, the less oil I am seeing which has raised an issue on whether nothing is coming out or if it is drying up because of the forced air. In any case, I have seen a change in ball performance after it has been through the NuBall. It sure beats the one I put together and the wife is no longer worried that I am going to burn down the house.
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    3. steve on 9/27/2013, said:

    If you're not the type of person that maintains you ball with rigorous cleaning, it might be ok. I've now done 6 balls in this machine, and so far, only produced a bit of oil in the bottom tray. One old ball that I didn't clean that much did ok, finally had some noticeable oil on the surface. This machine needs either far better materials to justify the high price, or just redesign the entire unit so it's easier to hold together and assemble. The canister is very hard to insert properly, and usually comes undone the minute you take the ball out.
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