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Sublime Review
« on: December 26, 2023, 05:21:11 PM »
The latest release from 900 Global is a hybrid designed for medium to heavier oil conditions. I found the Sublime to be more user friendly when there was higher volumes of oil in the front part of the lane. If the lanes were a little too dry the Sublime was too responsive and it was difficult for the ball to slow down in the right part of the lane. When there was oil the ball had plenty of margin and continuation through the pins. The sublime could be used on the fresh on those higher oil conditions or a step down off the bigger asym or symmetrical balls.



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Re: Sublime Review
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2023, 02:31:48 PM »
The Sublime is 900 Globals newest 800 series ball. It features the brand new immersed symmetric core wrapped in AI tech paired with the reserve 802 hybrid cover. The AI tech in the filler material helps preserve the core specs across drilling and different weights. The 802 hybrid cover takes the best of both worlds and provides plenty of traction with just the right amount of length. It reminds me a lot of a juiced up Axiom pearl which was one of my all time favorite cleaner symmetrical pieces.

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Re: Sublime Review
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2024, 05:13:02 AM »
The Sublime shines on lanes with higher oil volume, especially with oil concentration in the front part of the lane.
It maintains its power down the lane and carries well through the pins for good pin carry.
The Sublime can be a reliable option for playing straighter lines on fresh oil conditions.
It can be a good choice for bowlers transitioning from stronger asymmetrical or symmetrical balls on heavier oil.