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The Brunswick Prism high performance bowling ball success continues with the Prism Warp. This ball utilizes the Portal core which has a very low RG with a high differential and intermediate differential. This core features Brunswicks DynamiCore and DOT technology. The core is covered with Activator Composite Technology (ACT) 2.0 Solid Reactive coverstock which is finished with 500 and 2000 Siaair. This finish offers more length along with better continuation down lane. This ball offers awesome hook potential for an array of bowling styles and lane conditions.
This is a great first ball out of the bag.
The ball has a strong and clean motion thru the lanes.
Reads the mid's very well.
Continuous drive into the pins and thru the pin deck.
Great compliment to the Prism Solid and Prism Hybrid
The Prism Warp by Brunswick is a pro performance bowling ball that has a strong, clean, continuous motion. This solid reactive ball proves to work well across a wide range of conditions.The Prism Warp has a hook rating and strength of 87 out of 100. It is a great fit between your Prism Solid and Prism Hybrid!
The Prism Warp is a great bridge between the Solid and the Hybrid. Comparing it to the Solid, I have it about a foot longer with a stronger continuous motion down lane. I would go to the Warp when the solid is burning up and not making the corner, while the Hybrid just Isn't enough yet
This is I think my favorite of the three so far! It's stronger than the hybrid and doesn't need a ton of oil like the solid it. It fits in between the solid and the hybrid. With the ACT (Activator Composite Technology) 2.0 and The Dynamicore make this ball insane! This balls knocks the pins everywhere! I have used this ball every night out of the bag since I got it. I think over the last 21 plus in league I'm averaging over 240! A Def must have have in the bag.
Will this ball work for a senior bowler at 13mph who currently is using the Halo Pearl, but suffers on dry lanes with it.2/25/2020 - By Johnny 5
I would suggest getting a ball that is more suited for lighter oil conditions and also may be more designed for good length. This ball will read earlier on the lanes and it will work more in medium conditions. You may also need to drop down away from high performance and try something more mid performance to get down to lighter oil conditions.3/4/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this compare to the prism solid3/9/2020 - By Joe
This will react later on the lane than the Prism solid and the fits right between the Prism Solid and Prism Hybrid in reaction and in the lane conditions that this works in.3/10/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff