Salmon Creek

NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator - New Model

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  • NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator - Removes oil from your ball to help keep it like new
  • NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator - New Model
  • NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator - New Model
MSRP: $269.95
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NuBall Bowling Ball Rejuvenator - New Model

  • Warms a bowling ball to a precise temperature (135 F) but not higher, so ball is not in danger.
  • Ball rests on a specially designed stand inside the machine - the stand catches drips of oil for easy disposal.
  • Heated air circulates so that rotating or turning the ball is not needed.
  • Typical usage is 1 hour per ball. IMPORTANT NOTE... NuBall is built for 110V power only. If 220V is the power available, a converter is required which will handle up to 500W output.
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13 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Tom Fisher on Feb 15th 2023

    This is the best way to remove all oil from your bowling ball. What I like best is it's so easy to set up and operate. Only 4 pieces; bottom, ball holder, outer ring, and the top with temp control. Ball is done within 1 to 2 hours, depending on how much oil is in the Ball. I use microfiber rags to wipe off Ball at the end

  • 5

    Posted by David Maves on Feb 21st 2022

    My Nuball Rejuvenator works great and would recommend it.

  • 5
    NuBall bowling ball Rejuvenator

    Posted by Rich Mosses on May 25th 2021

    I am a bowling coach for a H.S. I do the bowling balls for students, and it works great . PS Salmon Creek has one of the best customer service .

  • 5
    Does what it said to do

    Posted by James G Wardynski on Apr 27th 2021

    Glad I purchased this item. I would say I got about two table spoons of oil out from my brothers ball. I did it twice one hour each time.

  • 5
    New Ball Rejuvenator

    Posted by Carter Barker on Mar 18th 2021

    Works great.

  • 2
    The rejuvenator

    Posted by Ernest Ross on Jul 27th 2020

    The rejuvenator is not what I thought is was. I was looking for something to turn the ball to remove the oil; but it works. Looking for something more solid than this.

  • 3
    Drawback to “All Plastic Shell”

    Posted by Alfonzo on Dec 25th 2019

    My learning experience as an Owner of this Product, has been ( Plastic formation collapse over periods of heat where the fan blower is mounted). Re- enforcement, in my opinion, is needed where fan an motor is attached, so that, the weight of that fan ( During Heating Process) does not dimple it’s cage where the fan blades spin, and cause fan to bind upon casing, leading to a failure to function properly any longer. After closely examining the mounting technic used, I find that the contour designed plastic, where fan is mounted, needs at least one (1) support post tied back to the Lid’s Handle, as to avoid Mounted Fan Weight Collapsing and binding it’s Fan Blade. My closing suspicion is, mine was failure detected, and repaired, then sold to me, based on product Quota on part of cheap laborers pleasure at the Manufacturing Plant. Call me if you experience this same issue. 904-655-6879. # A Simpler Fix At Factory!

  • 4
    It did a very nice job. Easy to operate.

    Posted by Vito Martino on Nov 3rd 2019

    The product has a thermostat that works well, but it also should have a timer to shut it off after a set time.

  • 4
    Nu Ball Rejuvenator

    Posted by Roger Huston on Sep 7th 2019

    This works great as some of the other reviewers have said this may not leave a residue of oil left behind, but the life and the tackiness of the ball is brought back to life.

  • 5
    NuBall Bowling ball rejuvenator

    Posted by Brian Landis on Jun 14th 2019

    While I saw no oily residue from any of the 5 ball I've tried in the devise. They all seemed to be more tacky. The oils might have evaporated. Storm bowling balls with scent seemed stronger even when cooled to room temperature.

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