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Volt Solid
« on: March 19, 2020, 11:51:45 AM »
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The 900Global Volt Solid upper-mid performance bowling ball uses the S72R Solid coverstock which has been modified to take on more oil and increase traction. The Charged Symmetric core used in this ball has a distinguished design that causes the ball to store energy for the backend. The Volt Solid offers a controlled and powerful reaction all the way down the lane when faced with medium to heavy oil conditions.

Color: Neon Green
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Coverstock: S72R Solid
Core: Charged Symmetric (14#-16#)
Finish: 2,000 Abralon
Length: Middle
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
RG: 2.56 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.047 (for 15# ball)


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Re: Volt Solid
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2020, 12:20:20 PM »
Volt Solid • Prime • 800 Series
Coverstock • S72R Solid
Finish • 2000 Grit Abralon
Core • Charged Symmetric
RG • 2.56
Differential • 0.047
Layout • 70 x 4 ˝ x 25
Tester • PAP 4 ˝ R x ˝ D
Lane Conditions •Med-Heavy Oil

The Volt Solid was a pleasant, welcomed surprise for me! Out of the box, this ball had its own unique character that stood out! Let’s take a look!

Being a high-speed, low-rev player, symmetrical weight block balls can be a bit finicky for my game. However, the Volt Solid gave me a look I don’t normally see from symmetrical weight blocks. “The Charged” core retained a lot of energy throughout the lane. It had a smooth and controlled motion, yet hit with authority while maintaining strong continuation through the deck. In fact, the only “roll out” I encountered was all operator error.

The S72R solid coverstock formula is a fantastic mixture! I took the box 2000 grit finish to a fresh THS and was able to have a smooth, inside look early on and enjoyed a sustaining motion well inside of the 10 board during league play most of the night. The cover likes oil! And it was evident when I took the cover down to 1000 for a medium-oil junior gold pattern. It provided excellent traction and predictability off the pattern. It gave me a motion I could trust and depend on even when my form wasn’t at its best. I would highly recommend this ball to youth and collegiate tournament players transitioning from THS to Pattern bowling for that very reason.

In conclusion, the Volt Solid is an excellent ball. It’s predictable and continuous even for high-speed low- rev players. It’s dependable and consistent on med-heavy oil volumes and it hits with authority, clearly making this the first ball out of your bag. This ball is seriously worth the look! Check out yours today.

Rick Klimowicz
900 Global Regional Staff Member
Penndel, Pa