The Brunswick Quantum Evo line of bowling balls represents the evolution of technology through the history of Brunswick's Quantum series of bowling balls. The Quantum Evo Pearl continues with the identifiable mushroom-shaped core. The mushroom-shaped core found in this ball has been modified to include flow-through channels that allow DynamiCore2 to move into the core which helps with adhesion as well as durability and the ball's hitting power. The technological advances with this ball introduce DynamiCore2 which creates the same thick shell effect without the need for an actual thick shell allowing easier revving and more versatility. The Brunswick Quantum Evo Pearl features the QCS-24 core is the original mushroom-shaped core that has been modified to complement the Pearl coverstock. This core has a higher intermediate core value that is perfectly paired with the shiny cover of the Evo Pearl because of the higher response to friction.
Brunswick Evo Solid Now Has A New Companion To Use During Transition. As With The Brunswick Evo Solid You Will Definitely Get The Length And Back End Drive And Drive Through The Pins... When The Lanes Transition And Start To Hook You Will Take This Ball Out Of Your Bag And You Can Continue To Stay Where Your At On The Lane. You Can Keep Moving Left With This Ball And Keeping Your Target In The Middle Part Of The Lane Were The Oil Remains... This Ball Is Definitely A Great Bowling Ball For Tournaments And Even Drier Or Short Volume House Shots... This Ball Is Definitely Versatile From Multiple Angles And Rev Rates. Make Sure To Go Visit Your Local Pro Shop And Add This Ball In Addition To The Evo Solid Today!
Brunswick chose to unveil DynamiCore2 – the next stage in outer core technology – with the Quantum Evo series. The Evo Pearl is a great 1-2 punch from the Evo Solid. When the lanes transition and there is a need for a bit more length without jeopardizing hitting power, the Evo Pearl is the way to go. The Evo Solid is a great benchmark ball for many oilier conditions. With an early pick up in the front section of the lane and a steady and controllable mid lane. This ball will not disappoint you.
The Quantum Evo Pearl by Brunswick is a strong asymmetric ball that will give you length and a strong motion when it sees friction.
Keeping your angles closed or open, the Evo Pearl allows for both while retaining energy, down lane.
This one is a keeper!!
The Evo Pearl is very unique. This pearl digs in the oil and is extremely strong down lane. By far the most angular ball I’ve had in my arsenal. The amount of hitting power is unreal. Even missed shots out still have consistent read and good continuation. Pulled in still hold and don’t deflect. Pap 5 3/16 R and ¾ U. Layout is 60X5.5X20. Pin location is about 2 inches above the bridge with the mass bias in the thumb. Great compliment ball down from the Evo solid. If you are looking for angular and continuation. This is the ball you’re looking for.
This ball is a great compliment to the solid! Once I move in on the lane I’m able to open up the lane and still get the ball to go through the pins strong. This ball is very clean but still gives a strong continuous motion on the back. I have ran into some issues where pearls tend to push too far down lane before picking up. This ball is still clean through the fronts but picks up early enough to still recover on the backend. This is a solid piece to add to anyone’s arsenal!
Ball Weight: 15 lbs
Ball: 110 x 3.5 x 35
X Hole (if there is one): none
Rev Rate: 375 rpms
Ball Speed:17.5 mph off hand
PAP/Track: 4 5/8 over 3/4 up
Grit: 500 Siaair with Compound
Back End: Angular
The Quantum Evo Pearl is a very strong revving pearl for moderate lane conditions. I tend to use this one after the stronger midlane reading balls start to hook too early. The pin carry of Evo Pearl tends to be very good and it works very well on our house shot. This Quantum should be a great ball for those with faster speeds or lower rev rates. This one clears the front part of the lane but stands up very quickly down the lane and goes left quickly. If you are looking for a pearl ball that will hit the friction and come back strong, the Quantum Evo Pearl is for you.
The Brunswick EVO Pearl is a big hooking Pearl that isn’t afraid of oil. This ball is the first pearl ball I have thrown that hooks in the center of the lane on normal house conditions. I like this balls recovery when I trow it to the dry and I like its hit when I miss in the puddle. Don’t miss out on this one if you are looking for a new pearl.
This is definitely a stronger pearl for me. I find myself starting on a normal house shot in league about 5 boards further left than normal. It wants to pick up earlier than I am used to for a pearl but it stores its energy and hits very hard! I love the motion this ball has!! You can get in really deep with the Evo pearl and not worry about it dying on the back end or losing its energy one bit. By far my favorite Brunswick piece.
Best ball in my bag right now! Anywhere I go, this ball comes with me. It's super versatile. It can dig through oil with a slight surface adjustment and does well on transition with length and backend.
And let's not forget...DYNAMICORE 2! Pins need to watch out when this ball goes down the lane.
Very impressed with this ball. Super clean through the front part of the lane with strong yet controlled backend motion. It handles the midlane extremely well other pearls tend to hydroplane in the oil. Comparing this to the Evo solid, i would say its a good 3 feet longer and 5 to 6 boards more backend.
The Quantum name has been associated with Brunswick for decades. However, the new Quantum EVO Pearl is an entirely different bowling ball.
With Dynamicore 2.0 and a new core design, the Quantum EVO Pearl will give you more shape, more versatility, and faster response on the backend.
With my lower rev rate and ball speed, I sometimes have trouble with pearl equipment because the ball always seems to burn up its energy before hitting the pins. However, with the Quantum EVO Pearl, I can stay in the same part of the lane or square up and still stay in my comfort zone on the lane.
Whenever possible, I will switch balls as my second move after making a 1-2 board adjustment. I would rather see the same shape with a different ball than move to a completely different part of the lane or create a different shape. The Quantum EVO Pearl will allow me to do that, and that’s a great piece of versatility in my arsenal I’ve been looking for because I haven’t always been able to use a pearl piece that I like as much as this new Quantum EVO Pearl.
Brunswick has given the people what they wanted with the new Quantum Evo Pearl. This is a shiny ball that reads in the oil, has a very big strong shape down lane yet still has the characteristics that Pearl cover-stocks are known for. It has easy length and very good hitting power. I expect to see allot of honor scores come from this ball.
Really liking the new Quantum EVO Pearl. This ball is nice and clean through the fronts and has a lot left for some big backend motion. Carry looks a lot like you’d expect from a Quantum, really good. Even though it’s not a 2-piece ball it still hits hard with the new Dynamicore2 in it. Like that it actually has a modified core compared to the EVO solid giving it even bigger ASYM numbers and DOT tops it off for any drill option you like. I went 60 x 4 x 39 and I’m pretty impressed so far with it. Going back a bit I compare it to my Prism Hybrid but a little cleaner and a little more flip.
13pound ball hits react the same as heavy balls??
A 13lb ball will not drive through the pins the same as a heavier ball so it is good to get more entry angle with a lighter ball to help the ball drive through the pins better. This ball will have a very sharp backend hook so it will have a very strong entry angle.
What 14lb ball weights do you have in quantum Evo Pearl? Im looking for 14.10 thru 14.7lbs
Unfortunately we are not able to see the exact ounces for each ball in stock before hand. You may request the weight by entering this in the specs pin and top weight request box. It is very unlikely that we would have a ball in this range however because the weights being that far over 14lbs would usually fall into more of a 2nd quality or x-out range and the ones we sell are only 1st quality so they are usually within just a few ounces of the weight listed.