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900 Global All Night Bowling Ball

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900 Global All Day Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/15/14


900 Global All Day Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/15/14

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900 Global All Night


  • Color: Ruby Red/Gold
  • Coverstock: S64 Pearl
  • Weight Block: Clockwork Symmetric
  • Factory Finish: 2000 Grit Polished
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.50
  • Differential (Diff): .046
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
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    1. Anonymous User on 8/31/2014, said:

    Just like its namesake. You can throw this ball All Night. If you have some friction. Clean in the front with a strong motion down lane. High tilt players will see a more angular motion. Neat pad adjustments to the cover will help if the balls to jumpy off the breakpoint. Excellent compliment to the All Day.
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    2. Anonymous User on 8/29/2014, said:

    When I drilled up both the All Day and All Night. I was thinking that I would drill them for what i feel there purpose would be for. To me the All Day is a ball I would want drilled stronger to bite up through the oil and for when the lanes start to burn up I would want the All Night drilled a bit weaker, especially for league night. So that's exactly what I did. I drilled the All Day stronger with the pin below my ring finger, the CG kicked out about an inch and a half to the right of the thumb with a weight hole 5 inches over from center of grip, with a 13/16's bit about 2 1/2 inches deep. Enough to hit the core. What I found with this drill on the All Day is that it rolled early, giving it a smoother roll thru the front and middle part of the lane, with a great reaction down lane still. I feel like I can play the lanes straighter as well as inside around fourth arrow. You will however need to stay in tuned with the lane and know when to change to the All Night. If the lane is giving you problems inside or don't like to play the lane in to far then the All Night will be the ball of choice. When I drilled my All Night. I went with a weaker drill on it. Putting the pin above and to the right a bit of my ring finger. I kicked the CG just a bit right of parallel of the fingers and thumb with no weight hole. I feel for me that the drill I used on the All Night allows me to use it 5-10 boards right of the All Day that I drilled. If you do not wish to play that inside line and your speed is medium to a little slower, than the All Night will be your choice. If your line is the inside line and are a medium to faster speed then the All Day will be the ball for you. There could be some differences depending on each individual but I'm sure your local Pro Shop operator that gets a chance to see you on a regular basis will be able to fit you into the best ball of choice from these two if not both. Andrew Jensen 900 Global/AMF Staff BowlersMart Store Manager Rockford
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    3. Anonymous User on 8/27/2014, said:

    NEED A BALL THAT IS EXCESSIVELY CLEAN THROUGH THE HEADS, WITH AN EXPLOSIVE BACKEND? YOU AND 900 GLOBAL'S PREFERRED SERIES PIECE, THE ALL NIGHT, HAVE TO MAKE AN AQUAINTANCE. THE 2000 POLISHED FINISH KEEPS IT CLEAN BEFORE IT TRANSITIONS TO THE DRY. ADD THE ALL DAY TO YOUR BAG FOR HEAVY/TOURNAMENT OIL PATTERNS. I SHOT 300 SIX HOURS AFTER DRILLING MINE. THE ALL NIGHT'S MID PRICE POINT WILL MAKE IT A VERY ATTRACTIVE BALL TO ADD TO THE FALL SEASON ARSENAL. THE SYMMETRIC CORE KEEPS IT DRILLER FRIENDLY. CHECK OUT MY VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE, USER NAME "CONVENTIONALSPINNER"...
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    4. Anonymous User on 8/4/2014, said:

    The new 900 Global ALL NIGHT Great eye appeal fits any bowler’s style. The New ALL NIGHT is the pearl version of the ALL DAY It too has become my other go-to ball when the lanes dictate that I need to make a ball change from my ALL DAY, I then switch to the ALL NIGHT, same layout same line. This ball just gives me the added length and the same roll as the ALL DAY. This ball is also great for league and sport bowling. The All NIGHT with its unique core and Peal cover stock along with its 2.50 RG and 0.46 differentials makes a smooth entry to the pocket. This is a must have pearl ball that everyone should have along with the ALL DAY in there ARSENAL!!!
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    5. ed on 8/2/2014, said:

    This ball is a great compliment to the All Day, once the track area breaks down with the All Day. You can switch to the All Night and you can open up the lane and get the All Night to the same spot and watch the ball come off and give you the shape you want to see, a nice angular ball that keeps the pins low when it hits the pocket. Purchasing this ball with the All Day will have you ready for almost any lane condition you may encounter. And also for a good price that won't kill your pocketbook. Great job 900 Global!
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    6. Donny on 8/1/2014, said:

    When the All Day starts to react to soon or lose it’s energy the All Night is the ball to go to. It has the same smooth roll as the All Day but reacts later down lane because of the pearl cover. The All Night retains its energy for great pin carry. When switching to the All Night I can play the same area as I did with the All Day. Get one you won’t be sorry. Donny Carr 900 Global Staff
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    7. Chale on 8/1/2014, said:

    When the lanes are breaking down, this is the next choice for your game. It has the same S64 solid coverstick and Clockwork core as the All Night, but provides a smoother track down the lane when there is less oil, and rolls up into the pocket at the breakpoint. Marathon tournaments will be no trouble with this addition to the bowler's bag. Pair it with the All Day to start, and championships will be won, titles will be earned, and moeny will fill those pockets!
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