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fazzone22

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Roto Grip Magic Gem
« on: October 08, 2023, 10:13:21 PM »
Roto Grip’s HP4 line has been one of the strongest lines in bowling mostly due to the facts of the Gems. Well the Magic Gem doesn’t disappoint. The Defiant LRG core is wrapped around the 2 parts pearl, 1 part solid Microtrax Hybrid cover. I drilled mine 5.5 x 5 x 5 and WOW, what a first impression. I bowled on a 43 foot 4:1 pattern and the Magic Gem out performed my DNA and Eternity Pi and it was because they were burning up either. The Defiant LRG core is just the strongest core in bowling and paired with this cover I was able to move in and open up the entire lane with this ball. Anyone who though the Gem was a little too strong for them or maybe the Exotic Gem went too long than I would deeply look into the Magic Gem.

 

Ben Lapointe

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Re: Roto Grip Magic Gem
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2023, 07:27:34 AM »
Ben Lapointe
PAP: 1 1/4'' up and 4 7/8 over
Layout: 5.25x4.25x3

The new Roto Grip Magic Gem, just like it's predecessors is hook in a box. The very strong nature of the Defiant core allows this ball to start up very quickly in the mid lane and the hybrid cover allows it to get done the lane a little further than the original Gem. I found this ball perfectly bridges the gap between the OG and Exotic. I really liked this ball out of the box but when polish is added, you can see just how versatile this piece really is. It does need quite a bit of oil to be at it's most effective, but when there is you can see it digging when it needs to. Go get yours October 20th and don't forget to bowl up a Storm!!