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900 Global Black Eagle Pearl Bowling Ball

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900 Global Black Eagle Pearl Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/14/13


900 Global Black Eagle Pearl Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/14/13

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900 Global The Eagle Pearl


  • Color: Black
  • Coverstock: S70 Pearl
  • Weight Block: Asymmetric
  • Factory Finish: Polished
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.489
  • Differential (Diff): .058
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.024
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    The Eagle has landed! It's been long overdue, but it's finally here...

    The Eagle Pearl! Adding to the dynasty of the Eagle line, the Eagle Pearl features our prestigous Break Core with a low Rg and MAXED out Differential. Wrapped in our fan-favorite S70 shell pearlized and polished, the Eagle Pearl is going to provide an effortless move through the front part of the lane and a montstrous backend thrash that will send the pins scurrying for cover!
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    1. Anonymous User on 1/31/2014, said:

    This ball looks clean from the minute you take it out of the box, and it does not disappoint. The Eagle series has been extremely successful for 900 Global and this ball continues that legacy. The Eagle Pearl is probably the cleanest ball through the heads and mids of any ball I’ve ever seen. It also has the potential to be more angular on the back ends that anything you have ever seen. I really liked how you could play straight up the boards and also jump more inside and still have the same quality reaction down the lane. It took me a little to get used to how angular this ball is, but once I played to the Eagle’s strengths this ball is truly a monster. If you are looking for ball that gets down the lane before it makes a move, I would strongly encourage you to take a look at the Eagle Pearl. From the color of a Pearlized black, to the performance this ball is a winner start to finish!
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    2. Anonymous User on 11/3/2013, said:

    The Eagle Pearl DRILLED THE BALL PIN IN THE RING FINGER WITH 4 1/2 PIN TO PAP FOR MORE LENGHT. BALL IS VERY SMOOTH THROUGH THE HEADS,PICKS UP GREAT ROLL MIDLANE WITH VERY HARD HIT IN THE POCKET. THIS COULD BE THE BEST EAGLE TO DATE. THIS BALL DOES NEED OIL,MED-MED HEAVY WILL DO THE TRICK.
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    3. Anonymous User on 10/29/2013, said:

    Definitely the ball to help raise your league average on medium to dry lanes. The minute I picked up this ball, the reaction was amazing! As a down-and-in, medium speed bowler, I think this ball is the perfect addition for any arsenal on a house shot. The attractive pearl finish helps the ball move down the lane smoothly and the Break Core finishes with an aggressive drive into the pocket. This is a great new member to the Eagle family! No bowler can go wrong with this ball.
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    4. Anonymous User on 10/28/2013, said:

    41ft oil pattern Volume on the heavy side, AMF synthetic A pearl that reacts in oil! Drilled my Black Eagle Pearl 5 x 4 CG swung 2" right, weight hole. Left OOB to start. BIG time midlane reaction for me. Really acts more like a solid. Has midlane, doesn't squirt in carrydown, impressive backend. Extremely angular ball motion. Carry was excellent, especially as the lanes transitioned. The more I moved left the better my carry got. 744 1st night out on THS. Ball looks like it has a sheen finish, more like 4000 abralon. Took a little hand polish to it. The extra shine produced an even more pronounced flip on the backend. If you liked the solid I think you'll love the pearl! Great job 900 Global, a pearl version of a solid that stands on its own.
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    5. Anonymous User on 10/26/2013, said:

    T-Minus 900 pins before the Eagle Pearl has finished it's course around the pocket!! This is truly the one ball on the market right now that has the potential (with a little luck) of achieving a perfect set. This piece recovers well from all parts of the lane, and looks pretty great doing it. The black cover with a "silver lining" looks very appealing to most bowlers. The greatly coveted S70 pearl cover has worked awesome with the whole Eagle line so far, so WHY STOP THERE? Drilled mine for good length, with a devious snap off the dry. Strikes and 8 pins are the result. Pretty sure I can walk into a tournament with all four Eagles, and just flat out WIN. Check out my videos of 900 Global/AMF Products on youtube, username "conventionalspinner"..
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    6. Anonymous User on 10/23/2013, said:

    I have been waiting for this ball for a long time and it is finally here “The Pearl Black Eagle”. This ball is amazing, I laid this ball out with 5 ¼ x 3 ½ x 4 ¼, my PAP is 5 3/8 right and ¾ down. I drilled the ball with the pin slightly above and parallel to my fingers with the CG 1-3/8”” right and ½” down from Center grip. The MB was located directly below the center of my thumb and the weight hole was 5-3/8” right and parallel to my thumb. This is close to one of my favorite layouts and the ball is so much cleaner through the front part of lane and more angular than any eagle before it on the backend of the lane. I used this ball on a fresh 40’ house pattern, had to start a little right but was able to chase the shot in without changing balls. This Pearl Eagle never lost any backend motion. The net result for the first night outing 735 for three games this ball is a keeper. This ball is extremely versatile and will fit all game styles from the high rev player to the low rev player. This is a must Pearl for everyone.
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    7. Anonymous User on 10/21/2013, said:

    I layed this ball out with a 5 1/2 inch pin above the fingers with no hole. I think its the most angular of all the Eagle balls so far, it saves its energy for the midlanes and backends. Very clean through the front. For me the War Eagle wanted to start a lot sooner in the front and this ball is almost the opposite of this one. I think this ball even though it is very angular on the backend, I think this ball has a little less overall hook than some of the other eagle offerings. This ball reminds me alot of the old Ricochet Rebound in terms of look and overall ball shape. This ball looks like one I will be taking to the USBC for the singles and doubles portion of tournament. I really like the changes 900Global have made with RG on this one, it will suit heavier hand or higher rev players. If you want to fly high with your scores at the USBC in singles and doubles, you really need to think about having this one in your bag. Great job 900 Global!
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