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Roto Grip Nuclear Cell

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What makes the Roto Grip Nuclear Cell different?

  • Most versatile asymmetrical core design
  • Goes long and strong
  • Gets into motion and stays in motion
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Roto Grip Nuclear Cell

The Roto Grip advances the popular and successful line of Cell bowling balls with the Nuclear Cell High Performance ball. This ball has the fan favorite Nucleus core which claims to be the most versatile core design to date. This ball is wrapped in the eTrax-P20 Pearl Reactive coverstock that provides more traction at the midlane and responds more to friction down lane. eTrax stands for Enhanced Traction and pairs well when facing medium oil to medium heavy oil.

  • Color: Purple Haze/Burnt Orange/Red Hot
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Nucleus (14-16#)
  • Coverstock: eTrax-P20 Pearl Reactive
  • Finish: 1500-grit Polished
  • RG: 2.52 (for 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.056 (for 15# ball)
  • Hook Potential: High
  • Length: Late
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil-Medium/Heavy Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: RGBBMRCN
  • Product ID: 12505
  • Brand: Roto Grip
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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3/4/2020
By from Albany, or
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Would definitely put this in my bag

Threw this at a demo, out of the box 9-XXXXXXXXXXX

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2/27/2020
By from Birmingham UK
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Attractive, Comfortable Grip

Best Uses:

Local Bowling Alley, Tournaments

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Tried it yesterday it's fantastic

Stood left threw it right and watched it left turn

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Question:

How would this ball compare to the alpha crux

2/6/2020 - By

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This ball will have a much different reaction than the Alpha Crux. They are both high performance balls but the Nuclear Cell is designed to go long with a strong backed hook and the Alpha Crux was designed to read the midlane for a smoother arcing hook.

2/11/2020 - By
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Would Astro Physics be similar reaction?

2/12/2020 - By

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This ball will not be too much different from the Astrophysix. They are both High performance, medium-heavy lane conditions, and both are pearl reactive. However, based on the RG and Differential, this ball may have a stronger hook on it.

2/13/2020 - By
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How does the Nuclear compare to the Omega Crux?

2/18/2020 - By

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This ball will be a bit more aggressive. Although they are both high performance and pearl reactive. You may see the Nuclear Cell hook a bit more that the Omega.

2/19/2020 - By
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Is this ball symmetry or asymmetry

2/22/2020 - By

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The 14-16lbs will have an Asymmetric Nucleus core.

2/25/2020 - By
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Whats the difference between this ball and the Wildstreak?

3/3/2020 - By

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There are a lot of differences between the Nuclear Cell and the Wildstreak. First the Nuclear Cell is a high performance ball while the Wildstreak is an upper mid performance ball. Also, the Nuclear Cell is a pearl cover with a polished finish to give this more length with a sharper backend while the Wildstreak has a solid cover with a duller finish so it reads earlier on the lanes for a smoother reaction.

3/5/2020 - By
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Is this ball basically the same as the UFO? Whats the difference between the two?

3/3/2020 - By

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The main difference is that the UFO will be designed to read earlier on the lanes because it has a solid cover and a duller finish while the Nuclear Cell is designed to read later on the lanes with a sharp backend hook because it has a pearl cover with a polished finish.

3/5/2020 - By
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How does it compare to the phase 3

3/15/2020 - By

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The Nuclear Cell is a high performance ball rated for medium to heavy oil conditions while the Phaze 3 was an upper mid performance ball rated for medium conditions. The Nuclear Cell will be a stronger hooking ball on the backend.

3/17/2020 - By
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would this ball work for a full roller? i average in the low 200s and i'm more of a stroker.

3/15/2020 - By

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Yes, this will work for a full roller. When you are having this drilled just let the driller know you are a full roller and they can set the layout up to fit your style. This is still designed to go longer and have a strong backend hook.

3/17/2020 - By
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Hows this ball compare to hammer gauntlet fury?

3/24/2020 - By

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They will be very similar in a lot of ways. They both have a pearl coverstock with a polished finish out of the box to give them good length. Both were high performance balls designed for medium to heavy oil conditions. The Nuclear Cell weight block would react slightly later than the Gauntlet Fury giving it just a little more length and just a slightly sharper backend but they are very comparable.

3/25/2020 - By
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is this ball anything like the hyper cell fused ??

3/30/2020 - By

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The only difference would be the coverstock. They have the same out-of-box finish and the same weight block (Nucleus) so the only difference is the Nuclear Cell has a pearl coverstock which will go a little longer than the hybrid cover on the Hyper Cell Fused.

3/30/2020 - By
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can you explain what the RG number equates to in a ball .. thank you

3/31/2020 - By

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In the simplest terms, the higher the RG, the longer the ball will go before reading and the lower the RG then the earlier the ball will want to start reading. However, keep in mind that the covestock and finish also factor into the length so you could not go by the RG value alone. Also, the RG Dif is going to equate to flare or hook potential. The higher the RG Dif, the more flare the ball will have and the lower the RG Dif the less flare it will have. Again, keep in mind the coverstock and finish also factor into this.

4/1/2020 - By
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Do the 12 and 13lb. have a Asymmetric Core ?

4/21/2020 - By

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No, the 12 and 13lb will have a generic symmetric weight block while the 14-16lbs has the Asymmetric weight block.

4/21/2020 - By
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