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StormAndrew

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Reality Review
« on: January 23, 2021, 09:52:45 AM »
The Reality is the first asymmetrical produced directly out of Utah under the Storm umbrella. Featuring the S84 Response Solid cover, finished at 2000 grit, and the Disturbance core we get the strongest solid asymmetrical to date from the 900 line.
For those familiar with the Storm and Roto lineups this ball will fit under the Proton Physix as this is a whole lot of core with a tad cleaner cover. The Reality will compliment those medium to higher volume and length patterns.

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addynyr

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Re: Reality Review
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2021, 01:45:28 PM »
The Reality is the first strong Asymmetrical Solid ball from 900 Global that is made under Storm Products.  This ball doesn't disappoint.  Although very similar to the Storm Proton Physix, it could be different enough to warrant having both balls.  The Reality fits just below the Proton Physix for me in terms of total hook but it rolls forward a little more as well.  If you are in the market for only one ball, the Reality can be a great choice if you are a 900 Global fan or prefer its colors.  The S84 Response Solid Cover is very similar to Storm's NEX cover on the Proton Physix and can handle the heaviest of oils and the longest of oil patterns.  Depending on how these lane characteristics are for you should be your determining factor to purchase the ball.

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damron801

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Re: Reality Review
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2021, 10:29:03 AM »
Strong defined breakpoint and continuous
This is a very strong ball. I feel this ball is as strong as a Proton Physix, UFO or the original Volatility. But, it has a different shape than all these. The Reality is a super heavy rolling ball that has a more defined breakpoint, changes direction quicker, and reacts faster to dry boards on the lane. It absolutely needs some oil to get down the lane. I felt like I could open my angles up more with the Reality than the Proton Physix and it would recover a bit more from misses to the outside. The Proton Physix and original Volitility were definitely smoother overall, but they all covered a similar number of boards.  This ball is at the high end of the hook scale and would be your big hook/heavy oil ball. 
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MANCSTORM

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Re: Reality Review
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2021, 03:04:07 AM »
1st try with a Global 900 ball and was not disappointed! Impressive would be an understatement if you are looking for hook. Definitely at the top of the list. Stands out with its ability to change directions and its continuation on the backend. All styles will be able to use this ball at the top of their bag


MattMusgrave

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Re: Reality Review
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2021, 07:40:52 AM »
The Reality is the first Global ball i have ever thrown and I'm happy i did. I drilled this ball 45 x 3 7/8 x 30, the S84 response cover that is found on the Volatility torque just the solid version seems to be same motion as the torque just sooner.  I drill like this for lack of hand and the need to have the ball to flare and rev up strong. I compared this new release to the Proton and the Phaze 2 and that it's weaker than the Proton, but a little stronger than the Phaze 2. I ended up sanding it to 1000 to get it to hook a little bit sooner since our shot is 44 feet. Overall the Reality is a great ball to go to when the Proton is hooking too soon or too much.