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Rotogripskitt15999

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Storm Code X Ball Review
« on: July 08, 2018, 12:19:34 AM »
Just wanting to take some time to do a ball review on the storm code x.When storm was making the code line every release is been amazing from orgianal code black,then code red,now the code x.Haveing this 3 balls in my bag can really do some damage for me as all 3 balls with the same rad core but all different shells are amazing,can cover alot of multiple patterns in the bowling world.When i drilled mine really like the shape of the ball early with smooth transition down lane,almost like a stronger iq tour.Comes 3000ab out of the box,i changed mine to 2000ab just to be a little earlier for me,i can start with this ball then jump in the code black or code red depending where im at.but i have to say great design over all great colour's and the reaction is eye shocking on how great this ball performs on the lanes.


 

Bowlaholic

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2018, 10:15:32 PM »
I don't know why I'm even replying to this post.  I guess it was first due to the numerous spelling errors.  The review is horrible.  You list no personal specs. about yourself e.g. rev rate, speed, axis tilt, rotation to give us some indication of your skills for comparative purposes.  No mention of the type of lane condition e.g. heavy, medium, light, dry you were bowling on. No mention of the ball layout. All that was mentioned was a surface change from 3000 to 2000 on the Code X.  Wow that sure enlightened us.
Frankly, as a staff person you are not doing justice to your contract requirements to write a quality ball review that will help us invest in Storm balls.
So be it, but please either write a review that will actually help us make a determination that the ball in question may be a good $200.00+ investment for our game or don't bother writing the "nothing" review you posted.
You may think I am being overly critical, but actually I'm trying to help you so you can help us. Good luck and hopefully your next review will be a winner for all of us.
« Last Edit: July 08, 2018, 10:17:03 PM by Bowlaholic »

Skip H

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2018, 11:25:33 PM »
I don't think he made any reference to being a Storm or Rotogrip staff member and I sure hope that he isn't.   

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2018, 04:46:35 AM »
With all those typos, it almost sounds like Google translated it from another language!

RobK300

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #4 on: July 11, 2018, 10:17:14 AM »
I don't know why I'm even replying to this post.  I guess it was first due to the numerous spelling errors.  The review is horrible.  You list no personal specs. about yourself e.g. rev rate, speed, axis tilt, rotation to give us some indication of your skills for comparative purposes.  No mention of the type of lane condition e.g. heavy, medium, light, dry you were bowling on. No mention of the ball layout. All that was mentioned was a surface change from 3000 to 2000 on the Code X.  Wow that sure enlightened us.
Frankly, as a staff person you are not doing justice to your contract requirements to write a quality ball review that will help us invest in Storm balls.
So be it, but please either write a review that will actually help us make a determination that the ball in question may be a good $200.00+ investment for our game or don't bother writing the "nothing" review you posted.
You may think I am being overly critical, but actually I'm trying to help you so you can help us. Good luck and hopefully your next review will be a winner for all of us.

If they are a staffer, their next review is pretty likely to be a Winner. Or a Halo.

Luke Rosdahl

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2018, 10:48:58 PM »
He is in fact a staffer.

I don't think he made any reference to being a Storm or Rotogrip staff member and I sure hope that he isn't.
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Skip H

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2018, 07:15:48 AM »
Oh my.  Sorry to hear that.  I bet Hank is so proud of his use of the English language.  If he's that valuable for Storm/Rotogrip they should just ask him to wear his shirt at tournaments, bowl as well as he can but PLEASE do not write anything for the whole world to see.

HankScorpio

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Re: Storm Code X Ball Review
« Reply #7 on: July 22, 2018, 01:47:30 PM »
I don't know why I'm even replying to this post.  I guess it was first due to the numerous spelling errors.  The review is horrible.  You list no personal specs. about yourself e.g. rev rate, speed, axis tilt, rotation to give us some indication of your skills for comparative purposes.  No mention of the type of lane condition e.g. heavy, medium, light, dry you were bowling on. No mention of the ball layout. All that was mentioned was a surface change from 3000 to 2000 on the Code X.  Wow that sure enlightened us.
Frankly, as a staff person you are not doing justice to your contract requirements to write a quality ball review that will help us invest in Storm balls.
So be it, but please either write a review that will actually help us make a determination that the ball in question may be a good $200.00+ investment for our game or don't bother writing the "nothing" review you posted.
You may think I am being overly critical, but actually I'm trying to help you so you can help us. Good luck and hopefully your next review will be a winner for all of us.

Donít worry, he doesnít think youíre overly critical. He doesnít think anything about your post at all, because heís not coming back to read it.

Like most, fulfills his contractual requirements and vanishes.