Customer Reviews | 2 Customer Questions
By cng260 from Greenville, SC
Pin Length: 3.2"
Starting Top Weight: 3.0 oz
Ball Weight: 15 lbs 3 oz
Ball: 65 x 5 x 35
X Hole (if there is one): none
Rev Rate: 375 rpms
Ball Speed:17.5 mph off hand
PAP/Track: 4 3/4 over 3/4 up
Grit: 500/2000 Siaair
Type: (Matte, Polish, Sanded): Sanded
Lengths of patterns: 41 foot house shot
Length: Clean through the heads with a strong arc
Back End: Strong arc
Overall Hook: Strong
Midlane Read: Strong
Breakpoint Shape: Strong arc
Likes: Strength and pin carry
The Quantum Bias is the first asymmetrical Quantum ball and as such is probably the strongest Quantum ever made. This ball makes a stronger earlier move than the previous Forest Green Quantum. Compared to more recent releases, the Quantum Bias is a bit longer than the Kingpin or Kingpin Max with a similar amount of recovery at the breakpoint. The additional length the ball gives makes it very versatile for a strong ball and increases pin carry. This Quantum ball will allow you to play inside or out when there is some head oil present. In short, the Quantum Bias is a super strong, versatile ball with great pin carry and cool looks. If you are looking for a strong ball that can handle oil and really scatter the pins, check out the Quantum Bias.
By Will from Yuba City, CA
THE ball to have this season!
"the ball has the strongest continuous motion I have ever seen in a bowling ball.
on a house shot it sets up early on the mid lane roll and just continues into the pocket.
this ball is just amazing! a must have for any bowlers arsenal.
however too much loft will cause a lot of skid, not giving it time to truly set itself up."
By jneral300 from Vienna, VA
Best Quantum Ever!
Yep. It's a white ball. But what's really amazing about this ball, is that it is the first asymmetric Quantum and is GREAT on heavier oil. You may want to adjust the surface a bit if you find that there isn't enough oil where you bowl. With a 500/1000 finish, putting 2000 on it may be a good surface adjustment to make. There has been a lot of chatter about how dirty the ball gets but I want to share two things. One - all balls get dirty it's just that you see this more because of the white cover and it cleans really easily. It's important to maintain and clean surfaces after each league session and tournament. Two - the ball gets noticed and it's the most hooking Quantum to date.