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900Global All Night

The 900Global All Night is the go to ball for when the lanes start to break down. This ball provides the length needed for those types of conditions. The S64 pearl coverstock gives a length with a quick transition at the backend. The symmetric Clockwork core offers versatility for most types of bowlers.

  • Coverstock: S64 Pearl
  • Finish: 2000 Grit, Polished
  • Color: Ruby Red/Gold All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Clockwork Symmetric
  • Length: Medium-Long
  • Motion: Moderate snap at the backend
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: GL194948
  • Product ID: 8571
  • Brand: 900 Global
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls
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8/1/2014
By from Birmingham, AL
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Oil Breaking Down
Cons:
heavy oil
Best Uses:
Great Transition Ball, Medium To Dry Lanes
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great for the Transition

When the lanes are breaking down, this is the next choice for your game. It has the same S64 solid coverstick and Clockwork core as the All Night, but provides a smoother track down the lane when there is less oil, and rolls up into the pocket at the breakpoint. Marathon tournaments will be no trouble with this addition to the bowler's bag. Pair it with the All Day to start, and championships will be won, titles will be earned, and moeny will fill those pockets!

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8/1/2014
By from Huntington Beach ca.
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great Arensal Ball

The new 900 Global ALL NIGHT Great eye appeal fits any bowler's style. The New ALL NIGHT is the pearl version of the ALL DAY It too has become my other go-to ball when the lanes dictate that I need to make a ball change from my ALL DAY, I then switch to the ALL NIGHT, same layout same line. This ball just gives me the added length and the same roll as the ALL DAY. This ball is also great for league and sport bowling. The All NIGHT with its unique core and Peal cover stock along with its 2.50 RG and 0.46 differentials makes a smooth entry to the pocket. This is a must have pearl ball that everyone should have along with the ALL DAY in there ARSENAL!!!

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8/2/2014
By from indianapolis
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

You can throw this all night

This ball is a great compliment to the All Day, once the track area breaks down with the All Day. You can switch to the All Night and you can open up the lane and get the All Night to the same spot and watch the ball come off and give you the shape you want to see, a nice angular ball that keeps the pins low when it hits the pocket. Purchasing this ball with the All Day will have you ready for almost any lane condition you may encounter. And also for a good price that won't kill your pocketbook. Great job 900 Global!

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4/9/2015
By from Omaha, NE
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Smooth, Predictable, Transition
Best Uses:
Ths Transition
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Time for the All Night-er

Pin to CG 2.5"
Layout 50x4.25x50
Pin-up, CG kicked right
Weight hole at PAP
Surface OOB 2000 polish

The All Night is a great polished ball for that time when you need more length as the lanes transition on the THS. This layout provides a smooth and predictable arcing motion, much like that of the Boost Hybrid, but on heavier conditions. Just like its Clockwork core, the All Night continually holds the same predictability time and time again!

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8/7/2015
By from Cibolo, TX
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Strong Arcing Motion, Great length, Gets Down The Lane Easily
Cons:
none
Best Uses:
League patterns, Sports Patterns, PBA Patterns, Med To Heavy Oil Patterns
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

All Night

This ball is a great compliment to the All Day. This ball gets down the lane longer & comes back like a boomerang. This ball is great on all med to heavy oil patterns.

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8/4/2014
By from Huntington beach ca.
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great Arensal Ball

The new 900 Global ALL NIGHT Great eye appeal fits any bowler's style. The New ALL NIGHT is the pearl version of the ALL DAY It too has become my other go-to ball when the lanes dictate that I need to make a ball change from my ALL DAY, I then switch to the ALL NIGHT, same layout same line. This ball just gives me the added length and the same roll as the ALL DAY. This ball is also great for league and sport bowling. The All NIGHT with its unique core and Peal cover stock along with its 2.50 RG and 0.46 differentials makes a smooth entry to the pocket. This is a must have pearl ball that everyone should have along with the ALL DAY in there ARSENAL!!!

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8/26/2014
By from Muncie, IN
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Clean through the heads
Cons:
Makes others jealous
Best Uses:
Medium to light oil
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

All Night Long!!

The All Night is the perfect compliment for the All Day. This ball clears the heads and can be used for higher rev players on medium to light oil conditions or for tweeners and strokers when the lanes have been beat up a bit. This ball always clears the heads and retains the energy to really throw the pins around.

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8/27/2014
By from Rockford Illinois
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

All Night review by Andrew Jensen

When I drilled up both the All Day and All Night. I was thinking that I would drill them for what i feel there purpose would be for. To me the All Day is a ball I would want drilled stronger to bite up through the oil and for when the lanes start to burn up I would want the All Night drilled a bit weaker, especially for league night.

So that's exactly what I did. I drilled the All Day stronger with the pin below my ring finger, the CG kicked out about an inch and a half to the right of the thumb with a weight hole 5 inches over from center of grip, with a 13/16's bit about 2 1/2 inches deep. Enough to hit the core.

What I found with this drill on the All Day is that it rolled early, giving it a smoother roll thru the front and middle part of the lane, with a great reaction down lane still. I feel like I can play the lanes straighter as well as inside around fourth arrow. You will however need to stay in tuned with the lane and know when to change to the All Night. If the lane is giving you problems inside or don't like to play the lane in to far then the All Night will be the ball of choice.

When I drilled my All Night. I went with a weaker drill on it. Putting the pin above and to the right a bit of my ring finger. I kicked the CG just a bit right of parallel of the fingers and thumb with no weight hole. I feel for me that the drill I used on the All Night allows me to use it 5-10 boards right of the All Day that I drilled.

If you do not wish to play that inside line and your speed is medium to a little slower, than the All Night will be your choice. If your line is the inside line and are a medium to faster speed then the All Day will be the ball for you. There could be some differences depending on each individual but I'm sure your local Pro Shop operator that gets a chance to see you on a regular basis will be able to fit you into the best ball of choice from these two if not both.

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900 Global/AMF Staff
BowlersMart Store Manager

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9/4/2014
By from racine, wi
5/5 Stars
Pros:
price, Performance, Color
Best Uses:
Tournament, Transition, Dry conditions, League
Bottom Line:

Great pearl compliment!

900 Global All Night
#15
3" pin
3.5oz top

Rt hand
14-15 mph
PAP 4 9/16

Drilling 5 X 3
Volume 38-41ft
THS, Kegel Challenge Series

900 Global All Night, compliment to the All Day is just that, more skid, more pop! LOVE the core in this ball. Symmetric ball that really reads the lane well. Drilled it 5 x 3 over label. Left in OOB cover for now. Forgiving pearl that has what it takes in the backend to get back to the pocket and carry. I found it to be about 3-4 boards less overall than the ALL Day. Much more skid up front with new pearl S64 cover but does give you the room to miss wide on broken down or drier conditions. Excellent 1-2 punch with these two new releases. 900 Global is stepping up their game!

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11/28/2014
By from Evansville, IN
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Smooth breakpoint, Good carry, Great length, Ball Down Ball
Cons:
Not Great In Oil
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

All Night Review by Jimmy Casteel

Drilling: Pin over ring finger cg stacked
Surface: OOB
Lane condition: 41ft THS
Description: This ball is one of the smoothest balls I have seen in some time. When the lanes start to burn up, and the back ends start to get a little jumpy, this is the ball to go to. The polished surface lets you get the ball down the lane and clear the heads no problem. I threw this ball to test it after a tournament had been bowled all day, and I still was able to stay fairly far outside and play up the boards without it checking too early. This ball would be best suited for medium to dry conditions. It doesn't fair as well in oil, but when there is some friction to throw it to, watch out...this ball can go all night!

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1/21/2015
By from Lancaster, CA
5/5 Stars
Pros:
Back End Impact, Powerful Pocket, Awesome finish, Gradual Hook, Great Flare Potential
Cons:
I Didn't Buy 2 Of Them
Best Uses:
Easy On The Wallet, Great Ball For An Upgrade, Can Be Used As A Spare
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Excellent Choice for Mid-level upgrade!

This ball has increased my scores by 20 pins on any given night. Great hook/flare potential with a strong back end and powerful pocket presence. The finish on this ball grips any lane surface just fine. The alleys in my area are a light/medium oil so this ball is able to exactly what the core has designed it to do. Extremely pleased with the ALL NIGHT and it compliments the ALL DAY and my 900 Global Spare really well. I recommend this ball to anyone looking to upgrade from beginner to mid level or even that mid level player looking to upgrade. You can even use this ball as spare ball. The unique core shape allows players of all styles to throw this ball with no problem.

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Question: I am curious if the core is different for the lower weight balls? I am dropping down from 15 to 13 due to arm injury, but I don't want to lose the rotation from the clockwork core. Please advise. Thanks!

6/17/2016 - By

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Answer: The weight block does change on the 13lb and lower balls to a generic weight block similar to a lightbulb shape. Most balls do this because the core will effect the ball too much if they keep a heavier core in the lighter weights and so to keep the reactions similar to the heavier weight balls they have to change the weight block on the lower weights.

6/21/2016 - By

Question: Is this a lefty ball

7/30/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello Wesley! Bowling balls aren't really left or right handed. That would depend on how you get the ball drilled. You would be fine purchasing this ball if you're a lefty, just make sure you get it drilled for a left handed bowler.

8/1/2016 - By

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