Hammer is bringing more good vibes with the Vibe Orange. This ball uses the CT Reactive Plus coverstock that is polished with the Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish which helps create easy length as well as a continuous backend motion. This ball is value priced and ready to roll. This bowling ball is Carbon Fiber Infused! Carbon fiber is one of the toughest materials on earth. Hammer decided to add this material to the inner core of this ball for added strength and durability allowing them to offer an incredible 3 year warranty.
Great strike ball especially on light/dry oil conditions. Still handles great on THS oil patterns as well. Carries through the pins perfectly. I also through Rip'd Pearl and the Orange Vibe is great to have in the bag later in the games.
The Vibe is back and better than ever. The Orange Vibe is a really good ball. I shot 260 first game out of the box! The ball has a very smooth and defined motion to the pocket. When the ball turns, Watch Out!!! I was surprised to find out the Vibe can handle most medium to medium heavy conditions. With my higher ball speed, I can move in on some dry conditions and really put some hand into it. This is a hidden gem and ball looks really cool going down the lane. Don't delay, get one now.
I love how smooth and rolly this ball is for me down lane! Doesn't overreact when it sees friction. Great ball down when the backends spark up.
Here is my take on the new Hammer Vibe Orange. The new Vibe Orange features the ever versatile Vibe "hourglass" shaped core wrapped around a bright orange CT Reactive Plus coverstock. The ball comes with a 2000 Abralon polished surface.
My "vitals" are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up. I drilled an Orange with a 60 x 5 ¼ x 70 layout, no weight hole. I have used this ball at 4000 Abralon as I usually like to "dust" all factory shined releases. I have tried the new Vibe Orange on THS and on 37' PBA Petraglia Sport pattern.
This new Vibe shares the same cover as the remake Blue Vibe released 2 years ago. My favorite Blue Vibe has the same layout except that it has a weight hole 4 inches over and 2 inches down from grip center. I found myself with the new Vibe Orange, on THS, to be several boards left than with the Blue Vibe and I see a stronger, more continuous motion off of the spot. I have both balls set up with similar surface preparation as well. Even on fresh 37' foot sport (29ml pattern), I was able to get right on top of the dry and get the new Vibe to read the midlane correctly and not oversquirt in the higher volume of oil. Thus, what I find interesting is that even though the Blue and Orange Vibes share the same cover/core, the motion is sufficiently different to be noticeable. The hitting power/carry with the Vibe Orange is fantastic as is the case with most Vibes I have thrown over the years. Plus, with the solid orange color/dark lettering, it is very easy to see where the ball begins to read. The ball has GREAT shelf appeal and will catch everyone's eye going down the lane.
Like with the any Vibe, because of the versatility of the core, many shapes cane be drilled into the ball and should suit a number of styles. I can see this ball in play on a number of different patterns depending on ball speed and rev rate.
See your local proshop for more information about the new Vibe Orange!
is the weight block the same in the 11 lb. ball the same as the 12 ,13,14 15 ?7/18/2019 - By TIGER
How does this ball compare to the Onyx Vibe?7/27/2019 - By Don
Do it come pearl10/22/2019 - By Lee
It does not describe the cover as pearl. It is polished so that it goes long on the lanes before it hooks so it has similarities to a pearl because of the polished finish.10/23/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff