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Storm Zero Gravity - Listed Specs

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Storm Zero Gravity Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/25/14

Storm Zero Gravity Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/25/14

Storm Zero Gravity

  • Color: 2-Tone Purple/Red
  • Coverstock: ERG Solid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Shape-Lock LD
  • Factory Finish: 4000 Grit Pad
  • Flare Potential: Medium-Low
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.55
  • Differential (Diff): .037
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.010
  • Fragrance: Grape
  • Description:

    Elemental Power:
    Built upon the storied success of the Virtual Gravity™ and its famed series, the Zero Gravity is the most versatile of all.

    How does Storm help you create more power?
    Power (symbol: P) is defined in physics as an amount of energy consumed per unit of time. Our goal is to help you become more powerful on the lanes, to kick out more corners, to throw more messengers, and to flat-out cut down more lumber. The secret is in the coverstock. You see, it’s Storm’s proven chemistry principles which makes the difference. It’s all about managing friction and knowing what you, the bowler, expect when you step up on the lane. That’s why your Storm bowling ball comes back to the pocket from parts of the lane where others just cannot compete.

    What’s special about the new Shape-Lock™ LD core?
    It’s just another weight block, right? That would be like saying that a Storm ball is ‘just another bowling ball.’ What makes this shape unique is its mass distribution which produces less flare, or for you techies lower differential (LD). But, with its dynamic design, the Zero Gravity offers versatility in layout selection with increased striking power. Trust us. There is nothing comparable!
    Storm – We are “the Bowler’s Company™.”
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    1. Simon on 3/30/2015, said:

    I shared the same view point on the previous comment. With my experience, this ball is losing power after few games, say 12 to 15. I performed a deep clean and see some improvement but still not the same when it was new. I will work on the surface to bring it back to OOB at 4000 grit to see if I can get back the same reaction. Yes, I am also disappointed!
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    2. Anonymous User on 10/16/2014, said:

    definately not like the virtual gravety was. good for maybe one game then its time to move onto something else. somewhat disapointed
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    3. Anonymous User on 2/17/2014, said:

    I just drilled the new Zero Gravity yesterday, I was undecided to drill the new Fusion or this ball and against my better judgment I drilled the Gravity. I was bowling on our house shot I threw one game with my Motiv Sigma (which I love) then went to the Gravity. The ball goes long then make a move hard to pocket. After one game that was it, once the transition occurred the ball was useless. I guess this ball needs a good amount of oil to be effective, whereas I ve seen guys throwing the Fusion thru out the transition of oil effectively. But to be fair I will throw it again and test it some more next weekend where I will start out with the ball and see how long it will last. so far I am not that impressed with it. Another review to follow.
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