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Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Bowling Ball

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  • Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Bowling Ball and Core
  • Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Bowling Ball
  • Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Bowling Ball Core

Expected release date is 07/08/2022!

MSRP: $219.95
$149.95
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Description

Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Bowling Ball

  • Color: Stardust Teal
  • Coverstock: XtremeTrax Pearl Reactive
  • Weight Block: Ikon Core
  • Factory Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.49; 15lbs - 2.49; 14lbs - 2.54
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.049; 15lbs - 0.052; 14lbs - 0.049
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

BEHIND THE DESIGN:

Due to the success and overwhelming popularity of the IDOL Helios, we felt it wasan absolute must to create a pearlized version using the exact same XtremeTrax coverstock technology.

On the inside you will find the same low RG symmetric Ikon Corewhile on the outside you will find our newest never before used pearlized coverstock technology known as XtremeTrax Pearl ReactiveAnd just like the original solid versionthis version contains chemically charged nano-particles thanks to our out of this world coverstock chemistry.

What does this mean?... It means the XtremeTrax Pearl Reactive coverstock will provide more traction in oil than our eTrax PLUS Pearl or eTrax Pearl reactive covers, while still providing plenty of responsiveness to friction down lane. Making the IDOL Cosmos the perfect complement to the IDOL Helios and the rest of the Roto Grip line of bowling balls.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium
Factory Finish:
Sanded 4000 Abralon
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Roto Grip Idol Cosmos review by Trevor Roberts

    The Idol Cosmos will be a ball I throw for a long time. I can’t get it out of my hands ever since drilling it last week. In my ball review I compare it to the Wolverine, and I have the Idol Cosmos a little bit weaker overall and cleaner through the fronts. It’s going to be a great compliment for those that still love throwing the Wolverine. The Hustle Camo is even weaker than the Idol Cosmos, but I can see those three balls being used consecutively later in a block or on a house shot that hooks quite a bit. Don’t be afraid to polish this ball if you need a little more length out of it. I think it will be a great choice for you either sanded or polished. Trevor Roberts 2016 PBA Southern Regional Rookie Of The Year Storm Products / Turbo 2n1 Grips / Bowlifi Staff Member Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 Speed: 16 PAP: 5 1/2 up 13/16

  • 5
    Idol Cosmos

    Idol Cosmos - Ball Specs Cover Stock: Extreme Trax Pearl Reactive Finish: 4000 Grit Core: IKON Core Layout: 65 x 5 x 35 RG: 2.49 Differential: 0.052 Review The Idol Cosmos is the newest pearl ball in Roto Grip Idol line. The Cosmos has the fan favorite Ikon Core with the Extreme Trax pearl reactive cover stock. That combination of cover and core make it great one two punch with Idol Helios. For me the Cosmos is a great replacement for the Storm Phaze 4 Pearl. The Cosmos is clean through the fronts but reads the midlane sooner than most pearls with a strong motion on the backend. This ball is very versatile. I was able to stand to the right and left of the track area without losing any hitting power. I tested this ball on a 42 feet typical house pattern. This is a great ball for levels of bowlers. Order one from your local pro shop today! My ball review videos are posted on YouTube channel Stanley Waite. Stanley Waite 900 Global Staff Member Dover, DE

  • 5
    Idol Cosmos WWRD 7/8/22

    Idol Cosmos is a good piece for Medium Oil Patterns. Compared to the Idol Helios, the Cosmos has more length with a smooth continuous Backend motion. Good piece to go with when the front part of the lane goes away or when the lanes get over/under reaction with other pieces. Compared to the 900 Global Zen, Cosmos is a few boards more all around.

  • 5
    Idol Cosmos Review

    The Idol Cosmos is the newest addition to the HP3 line of balls. This ball comes that 4000 abralon. With this OOB surface I found that this would be a great ball for something that would be around game 2 or 3 of league. This ball gave me a great controllable shape on patterns that aren't too broke down. Similar to the Idol Helios this ball will give you a arcing move on the backend allowing for great control from multiple angles. This will be a great ball on multiple patterns and the surface will be great to play with depending on the conditions Alex Thomes #StormNation #SquadRG #StrikingWorldwide #Driven2Bowl

  • 5
    Roto Grip Idol Cosmos Ball Review

    The Idol Cosmos is the newest addition to the HP3 line of balls. This ball comes that 4000 abralon. With this OOB surface I found that this would be a great ball for something that would be around game 2 or 3 of league. This ball gave me a great controllable shape on patterns that aren't too broke down. Similar to the Idol Helios this ball will give you a arcing move on the backend allowing for great control from multiple angles. This will be a great ball on multiple patterns and the surface will be great to play with depending on the conditions Alex Thomes #StormNation #SquadRG #StrikingWorldwide #Driven2Bowl

  • 5
    Roto Grip Cosmos Review

    The Roto Grip Cosmos features the XtremeTrax Pearl Reactive, the Ikon core, and comes at 4000-grit out of box. This ball was strong out of the box, stronger than I was expecting. After a few games the Cosmos lane shined up and settled down some. Compared to the Helios, the Cosmos is a step down and will allow you to get the ball down the lane easier when the Helios is picking up too early. As the Helios becomes too much ball, the Cosmos will be the ball next out of your bag. With the Cosmos being stronger and having a controllable shape, I think this ball will be good on many sport patterns along with being the first ball out the bag for most house shot leagues. The Cosmos is a great addition to the Idol line! Tobias Myers #RotoGrip

  • 5
    Idol Cosmos Review by Luke Rosdahl

    The Idol Cosmos features the XtremeTrax Pearl coverstock that debuted in solid form on the Idol Helios, and it comes at 4000 grit. The core is the strong and rolly Ikon core the Idol series is known for, and it’s a 2.49 RG and .052 differential in 15 pounds. The Cosmos is very strong and round shaping, just like the Helios, but obviously a slightly weaker version. The Cosmos feels like a stronger IQ Tour Nano Pearl that’s firmer down lane, it has the control of an IQ with some extra teeth and punch. If both are at box, it’s a very good step down from the Helios because it gives you the same type of look but that’s a bit weaker and easier down the lane. It’s a step sideways from something like the Zen, Zen Soul, and Phaze 3, because while technically it’s stronger, it’s also not as sharp, and would be a good ball up from something like an IQ Tour because it’s the same general look and shape but in a stronger package. While the Cosmos might be quite useful for higher rev rates on easier patterns, it’s better suited to tougher conditions I think because of the combination of strength and control. It could be a ball down, or a first ball on medium length and/or flatter patterns.

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