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Storm Absolute Power

What sets the Storm Absolute Power apart?
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  • More midlane read
  • Confident back-end reaction
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Storm Absolute Power

Unleash the Storm Absolute Power, a game-changer in the Premier Line, boasting a groundbreaking single-density asymmetric core—the first since the Lucid. With the evenly weighted Sentinel Core and reduced mass near the thumb hole, experience enhanced dynamics surpassing a single slug's impact. The R2S DEEP Solid Coverstock, introduced in 2023, defines the Absolute Power's superiority. "Delayed Energy for Enhanced Performance" ensures a cleaner front, allowing the ball to ignore the first 1/3 of the lane. The rougher, more porous nature of R2S DEEP enhances midlane control, providing a perfect balance for bowlers favoring midlane reads. Unlike traditional balls, no extra slug is needed. The Sentinel Core's evenly distributed masses create a sharper and more consistent change in direction. Get ready for a revolutionary bowling experience that redefines precision, power, and overall performance. The Storm Absolute Power is here to elevate your game and deliver unmatched scores.

  • Color: Berry/Tangelo/Steel
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Sentinel (14-16#)
  • Coverstock: R2S DEEP Solid
  • Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
  • RG: 2.48 (based on 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.050 (based on 15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • Fragrance: Blueberry Orange Cake
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMVAW
  • Product ID: 14888
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls

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How does this bowling ball compare to the Absolute?

12/7/2023 - By

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The Storm Absolute Power will react earlier than the Storm Absolute.

12/12/2023 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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What's the difference between the absolute and the absolute power

12/27/2023 - By

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Hello! The solid coverstock The Storm Absolute Power will react earlier than the hybrid coverstock Storm Absolute, but with a similiar hook potential.

12/28/2023 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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please compare this to the eternity pi. thanks

12/29/2023 - By

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This would be a pretty close comparison. Both are high performance balls designed for heavy oil with a fairly similar performing asymmetric weight block and solid reactive coverstock. The Absolute Power does have a slightly smoother finish out of the box which could give this slightly more length than the Eternity Pi but that would be just a small difference.

1/11/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I'm a down and in bowler. Just got back into league bowling after a 15 year absence. I did buy a Storm Revenant, would this be a good down and in ball, or a big hook ball?

12/31/2023 - By

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This ball would be more suited as your big hook ball. It has a solid coverstock to help this read a little earlier on the lanes while the Revenant had a pearl coverstock that more suited a down and in style ball.

1/5/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Is the 14 lbs ball core the same as 13 lbs ball?

1/20/2024 - By

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Unfortunately they use a different weight block in the 13lb from the heavier weight options. Here is a link to this ball on Storms website to see the different weight blocks and RG values as you drop weight.

1/26/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this compare to the Storm virtual energy blackout?

1/28/2024 - By

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The Absolute Power is designed to read earlier on the lane for a smoother arcing hook while the Virtual Energy Black was going to react later for a sharper backend hook.

1/30/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Hello I’m just getting back into bowling again and it’s beena few years since I’v played my average speed is between 12-14 mph I’m a down and in bowler do you think this would be a good ball for me to purchase?

2/9/2024 - By

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What is a good ball by roto grip or storm is it good oil lane I row a back ball speed 8 to 11 miles an hour heavy that moves on the lane

2/9/2024 - By

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The Storm Absolute Power is a strong hooking ball for heavier oil conditions. It does have some length but for you ball speed you may prefer something that gives a little better length like the Storm Virtual Energy Blackout or the Roto Grip Exotic Gem.

2/20/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does the absolute power compare to a Roto grip rst x-3

2/27/2024 - By

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Hi Kratos! The Roto Grip RST X-3 hybrid coverstock will react slightly later on the lanes, but still packs a high hook potential. The Storm Absolute Power solid coverstock is best on heavier oil with an earlier, continuous hook.

3/5/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this compare to Phaze II

2/29/2024 - By

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Hi Matt! The high performance Storm Absolute Power is a stronger hooking ball for heavier oil conditions. The upper-mid performance Storm Phaze II will not be as aggressive and reacts well on medium-heavy oil lane conditions.

3/5/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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how does absolute power compare to the sure lock

3/5/2024 - By

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The Absolute Power will read just slightly later than the Sure Lock and also have just slightly lower overall hook potential than the Sure Lock.

3/14/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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My average velocity is in the 17-22 mph range would this be a good ball for that? As I notice I usually have to back off on power to grab pins on the left hand side of the lane. I am also looking into getting my first high performance ball so suggestions would be appreciated if this isn’t the one.

4/11/2024 - By

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This ball will have a high hook potential and be able to handle heavier oil conditions. If you find yourself using this in medium oil it should give you more than enough hook without you having to adjust your speed at all. If you are in heavier oil then the solid coverstock will usually help the ball to read a little earlier in the midlane. It comes out of the box with a 4000 grit finish which is pretty smooth so if you find that you have to adjust your speed on this you could always take the surface to a duller finish and that would give the cover more grip so it would try to react earlier and you would not have to slow your speed down any.

4/15/2024 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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