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Eon Infinite
« on: January 23, 2019, 12:31:49 PM »
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The 900Global Eon Infinite introduces the S71 Re-Loaded Hybrid coverstock wich was designed to offer increased backend motion on heavier oil conditions. The Olloid Symmetric core is designed to give this ball more length while maintaining energy and creating more hook potential down the lane.

Color: Orange Solid/Black Solid/Amethyst Pearl
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Olloid Symmetric
Coverstock: S71 Re-Loaded Hybrid
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Heavy to Heavy Oil
Finish: 2000 Grit
RG: 2.50 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.049 (for 15# ball)



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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2019, 08:44:55 AM »
Drilling pattern: 85 x 4.5 x 40
Pin placement: Above bridge

I drilled this ball identical to my original Eon looking to have two complementary balls, and that is exactly what I got. The Eon Infinite starts up a bit earlier than the original Eon and has more overall hook, but still does a great job retaining energy through the pocket. The S71 Reloaded coverstock on the Eon Infinite is noticeably stronger and does a great job cutting through oil. I've thrown this ball on both a broken down THS, as well as the WTB Tokyo pattern and was able to move left, send the ball right, and never worry about the ball not making it back to the 1-3 pocket. Once this ball was a little too much, it was a seamless transition back to the Eon. Fantastic 1-2 punch for any bowler.

Brent Ritchie
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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2019, 05:44:23 PM »
Can't say anything bad about this ball. Only thing I did is hit it with a 2000/3000 pad. I wanted a little earlier ball reaction. Also a ball for heavier oil. I got it drilled pin down. But that is me, I know we all are not the same. I'm very impressed! Rolls very smooth and continues through the pocket. Once I get some "Lane Shine" I can't wait to see this ball rack up the scores! I was very impressed with it to say the least.
Todd Pawlak
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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2019, 05:15:41 PM »



Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):


Likes: OOB surface, readability, roll

Dislikes: 0

Hello all,
Its been a few years since writing a review, long story short is I retired and now
I'm back to bowling tournaments, and fishing.
I've had the EI about 3 weeks and so far I really like the way it lets me read the lanes. I like its smoothe transition off the dry while maintaining a hevey roll. Bowled a two day Senior scratch tournament last weekend and this was my ball for the first 5 games, (8 game block).
It helped me control the pocket from the fresh with good backends, until I had to get inside about 18-20. Once I got that deep it was ICE time.
I had several guys eying the EI, they really liked the color, and the carry.
I have a tendency to sometimes get a little soft, which leads to the dreaded 'flat ten'
I didn't see any flat tens with the roll I get with this ball...
Bowling in the Thursday Morn Senior Lge, (I love saying that) I had back to back 730-740's...with little or no moving all 3 games. 
Thanks again to 900 Global
jimensminger-  8)



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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2019, 07:35:50 PM »
Heavy oil + Eon Infinite= Greatness.  I did add some surface to get it to hook a little sooner, but overall what a great ball. I am one of those bowlers where straighter is greater and this ball let me do it.  Thanks 900 Global

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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2019, 12:19:54 PM »
The 900 Global Eon Infinite

Have you ever used a medium heavy to heavy oil ball and find that you have to put it away
much earlier that you would like, especially when you are scoring well. You won’t have to do that with the Eon Infinite. The Eon Infinite has a S71 loaded cover which increases the back end motion. This cover is enough to handle more oil without burning up in the mid-lane too soon. You can keep this one on the lane much longer before switching to a lower friction 900 Global ball, and in some cases no switch is needed. Drilled this one with my favorite layout 60 X 3 3/8
X 30. This ball gets back from multiple angles. Great ball for patterns 42' or more with heavier
volumes of oil. Stay in your comfort area and get one of these.

Donny Carr, 900 Global Staff


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Re: Eon Infinite
« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2019, 02:06:25 PM »
Talk about strong. This ball packs a punch. I drilled it 50X5X45 Pin Up. It gives me good length with a rounded reaction to the pocket. This ball gets down lane clean and when it feels the fritction it turns hard however it wont over flip as iv'e see with other Hybrids. When it hits the pocket it has full continuation thru the pin deck. This hits hard and follows thru! I was rolling it on a pair that had league and open play on it and was able to still get it down lane and play lines anywhere from 15 board to 30 and keep it in the 1-3 pocket. This is a great addition to any arsenal.

Nick Fischer
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