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Brunswick Rhino Bowling Ball - Magenta/Purple/Navy

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MSRP: $129.95
$104.95
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Description

Brunswick Rhino Bowling Ball

  • Color: Magenta/Purple/Navy
  • Coverstock: R-16 Reactive
  • Weight Block: Light Bulb
  • Factory Finish:  500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound/Crown Factory Shine
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.511; 15lbs - 2.524; 14lbs - 2.540
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.030; 15lbs - 0.030; 14lbs - 0.030
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Rhino and Twist have led the entry-level ball market for years now, and we are thrilled to announce a new color addition to each line. The Rhino Magenta / Purple / Navy is unique, as it is a shiny, solid cover with the addition of sparkle; it looks great and performs as you'd expect.  

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Dry
Factory Finish:
Crown Factory Polish
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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1 Review

  • 5
    Great performer beyond the entry level price point

    Posted by Derek Kozlak on Jun 16th 2021

    Speed: 17.9 RPM: 480 PAP: 5 7/8 RT x 2 1/4 DN No-thumb, one league per week, tournaments when I can. Tremendous slouch. Great performer beyond the entry level price point. For beginners looking for their first ball all the way to advanced bowlers looking for a ball for when the lanes are dry, the Rhino is a great option. 5 color choices in all, 4 pearl and now a solid resin option with the Magenta/Purple/Navy. Using the trusty Light Bulb core and the R16 coverstock, both have been a staple with the Rhino line for years. With the out of box surface of 500 and then finished with Crown Factory Compound and Crown Factory Polish, I chose a layout of 65x4.25x35 (the same as my Radical Bowling Technologies Counter Attack Solid) to help get the ball through the front part of the lane and not be too jumpy off of the dry. My intentions with the Rhino is to use this ball when the lanes are fried, especially on longer block format tournaments and on short oil patterns as well. I’ll give it a chance during league on a THS but probably not until later in the night …and this last year I was wonderfully set with the DV8 Verge Pearl as my closer. The Rhino Magenta/Purple/Navy Solid really is a sharp looking ball and I’m digging the fact that Brunswick (and associated manufacturers) are starting to use sparkle in their additive packages as it totally adds to the shelf appeal in pro shops, your bowling bag, and on the ball return …and of course going down the lane and through the pins as well. The Brunswick Rhino is a wonderful choice as a first ball for a beginner bowler and is in their Affordable/All Purpose range. You’ll get more performance with the Rhino line than the Twist line which is rated as Affordable/Control. Be well, rip racks ...and shred pins.

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