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All Night
« on: July 31, 2014, 02:16:16 PM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Description: The 900Global All Night is a go to ball for when the lanes start to break down. This ball provides the length needed for those types of conditions. The S64 pearl coverstock gives a length with a quick transition at the backend. The symmetric Clockwork core offers versatility for most types of bowlers.
Features:

- Coverstock: S64 Pearl
- Finish: 2000 Grit, Polished
- Color: Ruby Red/Gold
- Core: Clockwork Symmetric
- Length: Medium-Long
- Motion: Moderate snap at the backend
- Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil

 

couleurlove

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Re: All Night
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2014, 09:26:07 PM »

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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Re: All Night
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2014, 08:59:56 AM »
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Length:41ft

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Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):ths


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Likes: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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mbigum

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Re: All Night
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2014, 11:32:01 PM »
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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Re: All Night
« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2014, 12:58:14 PM »
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 The All Night is is a great ball to go to for your transition game when the All Day starts to burn up the heads your can pull the All Night and basically have the reaction as the All Day because of these balls have the same core,just different covers. The pearl coverstock of the All Night allows this ball to clear the heads with ease and continue along the same path as The All Day your started with. 900Global hit it on the head when they said this would be your transition ball. Love the way this ball clears the heads with ease and stands up a gets into a great roll down lane. The angles you can create are endless . Go up the back for a heavier roll or go around it to create more angle to the pocket.  Thanks 900 global for another great piece of equipment.
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heavytop4

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Re: All Night
« Reply #5 on: August 27, 2014, 02:33:57 PM »
900 Global All Night
#15
3" pin
3.5oz top

Rt hand
14-15 mph
PAP 4 9/16

Drilling 5 X 3
Volume 38-41ft
THS, Kegel Challenge Series

900 Global All Night, compliment to the All Day is just that, more skid, more pop!  LOVE the core in this ball.  Symmetric ball that really reads the lane well.  Drilled it 5 x 3 over label.  Left in OOB cover for now.  Forgiving pearl that has what it takes in the backend to get back to the pocket and carry.  I found it to be about 3-4 boards less overall than the ALL Day.  Much more skid up front with new pearl S64 cover but does give you the room to miss wide on broken down or drier conditions.  Excellent 1-2 punch with these two new releases.  900 Global is stepping up their game!

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Re: All Night
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2014, 09:24:08 PM »
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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Re: All Night
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2014, 11:00:10 PM »
 :)All Night
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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Re: All Night
« Reply #8 on: September 01, 2014, 04:50:41 PM »
Length: 40 feet

Volume: light

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): house

As you may have read, the All Day is a great benchmark ball that every bowler should have.  What is your next move after your benchmark starts to over react?  Well Global has that covered for you.  Meet the All Night!  The first thing you will notice is the same symmetric weight block from the All Day.  The biggest difference is in the cover.  The All Day features the very versatile S64 Pearl polished to 2000.  This gives you an awesome transition piece in your arsenal.

When I threw the All Night for the first time I noticed how even rolling this ball is.  While you are trying to move with the lane changes it is always nice to have a very predictable ball in your hand.  The All Night clears the heads extremely clean and then will just roll off the spot.  I never noticed a very violent reaction while throwing it, which I very much enjoyed.

Global definitely hit a homer with this release.  The Red/Gold pearl combo really stands out on the rack and I’m sure you will get many compliments from the color to the performance.  Want to take your game to the next level?  Then it’s time to go All Day and then All Night!


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Re: All Night
« Reply #9 on: September 02, 2014, 08:06:57 PM »
Lane Condition bowled on: Typical house shot 39 feet in length

Drilling: 60x5x65 Surface: Box finish

Ball Motion: Length with strong move at the breakpoint

The All Night is the newest release in the Preferred Series. This is a great ball on medium to lighter patterns when you need to have a ball to create some angle of the spot. This will be a go to ball for a lot of players when your dull or stronger pearls are hooking to early. In comparison to the Dream, the All Night has more length but isn't quite as angular. For me the All Night allowed me to move almost an arrow right after changing to it from the Dream. So if you are in need of a pearl that allows you to attack the lane somewhat straighter, the All Night will not disappoint.

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Re: All Night
« Reply #10 on: November 09, 2014, 09:00:41 PM »
Drilling:   Pin over ring finger cg stacked
Surface:   OOB
Lane condition:   41ft THS
Description:   This ball is one of the smoothest balls I have seen in some time. When the lanes start to burn up, and the back ends start to get a little jumpy, this is the ball to go to. The polished surface lets you get the ball down the lane and clear the heads no problem. I threw this ball to test it after a tournament had been bowled all day, and I still was able to stay fairly far outside and play up the boards without it checking too early. This ball would be best suited for medium to dry conditions. It doesn't fair as well in oil, but when there is some friction to throw it to, watch out...this ball can go all night!
Jimmy Casteel
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Re: All Night
« Reply #11 on: February 25, 2015, 11:05:06 AM »
Drilling: Pin above the middle finger, CG kicked a pinch to the right, no hole (5 inch pin to PAP)
Surface: OOB
Oil: (THS 3 different centers)
I have about 20 games on my All Night so far. I am able to the All Night once the lanes transition some. What I like about this ball is when I am able to get deeper on the lane, this ball doesn't squirt through the front part of the lane. The lower rg core allows the ball to pick up in the right part of the lane and not be so allergic to oil as some other pearls are. Once the lanes really start to hook this ball just allows me to get deeper and deeper without sacrificing carry. This ball has a medium overall hook potential, and the price point is a huge value. When needing a ball for the later games of a tournament or league, this is the ball to get!
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Re: All Night
« Reply #12 on: March 25, 2015, 02:51:52 PM »
I drilled my 900 Global All night RICO, and it is money!  Drilled RICO I can still throw this ball on a typical house shot, but this ball really thrives on flatter patterns! The All Night is a very versatile ball and should be in your bag!
Mike Melillo: 900 Global Staff Member

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Re: All Night
« Reply #13 on: April 09, 2015, 08:09:16 PM »
Pin to CG 2.5"
Layout 50x4.25x50
Pin-up, CG kicked right
Weight hole at PAP
Surface OOB 2000 polish

The All Night is a great polished ball for that time when you need more length as the lanes transition on the THS. This layout provides a smooth and predictable arcing motion, much like that of the Boost Hybrid, but on heavier conditions. Just like its Clockwork core, the All Night continually holds the same predictability time and time again!

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Re: All Night
« Reply #14 on: August 06, 2015, 06:58:21 PM »
LANE CONDITION

Length:Variety

Volume:Variety

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):League, Sports, PBA & Southwest Regional Tour


COMMENTS

Likes:This ball is a great compliment to the All Day. This ball gets down the lane longer & comes back like a boomerang. This ball is great on all med to heavy oil patterns.

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