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Storm Electrify Hybrid

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  • More control with a smooth backend
  • The all new Circuit Core is the ultimate baseline weapon
  • Works well with beginners up to pros.
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Storm Electrify Hybrid

Storm created the Electrify line of bowling balls to offer value performance along with control in motion. This line of balls works well for beginners to pros. The Electrify bowling balls feature the Circuit Core which uses a lower RG and medium differential to offer accuracy. The Hybrid version of this ball utilizes the Reactor Hybrid coverstock which produces mid-lane traction and is great for bowlers looking for more control with a smooth backend reaction on medium to light oil.

  • Color: Silver/Mulberry/Neon Red
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: Reactor Hybrid Reactive
  • Core: Circuit Core for 14#-16# (Modified Centripetal Core for 12# & 13#)
  • Finish: 1500-grit Polished
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Dry-Medium
  • RG: 2.51 (15#)
  • Differential: 0.030 (15#)
  • Fragrance: Grape
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTLO
  • Product ID: 12747
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls

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8/31/2020
By Buzzy Lutz from Macedonia Ohio
4/5 Stars
Pros:

Attractive, Comfortable Grip, Flawless Surface, Great Weight

Best Uses:

Local Bowling Alley

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great ball.awesome fast shipping

This ball hooks well on oily surface but still trying to figure it out when the lanes dry up. That will come with time though

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Question:

Is this the replacement of the Match up line?

6/3/2020 - By

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Yes, this will fit in the same performance level as the Match Up series which is being discontinued.

6/3/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Can I use this ball after my Storm Phaze 3.

6/4/2020 - By

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Yes, this would be a good option just below the Phaze 3 and it has similar features to the Phaze 3 such as a hybrid cover with 1500 grit polished finished. So this will have a similar reaction to the Phaze 3 but in medium to lighter oil conditions.

6/4/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this compare to the Rotogrip Hustle HSB?

6/15/2020 - By

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The bowling balls have a very similar reaction actually. The Electrify has a slightly earlier weight block to give it a little smoother reaction and because it starts to read a little earlier it may also cover a few more boards overall.

6/15/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I have lost some of my ball speed as I get older. (I'm 66 )My arsenal is Timeless, Sonic pearl, hy road solid and this last year I got a Rhino which the first game in league I threw a 279 with. I like the rhino but on dry or burn I still struggle because of my ball speed. Would the ball be a good ball for me to help me with control or is it to close to the Rhino? My top ball speed is around 13 mph.

6/28/2020 - By

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This ball will be slightly more aggressive than the Brunswick Rhino so on drier conditions this would try read a little earllier and stronger than the Rhino which may not be as good if your ball speed is slower. You could try a Storm Mix option to get something weaker than the Rhino if you need something for really dry lanes that won't over hook on you.

6/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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how will it compare toe a golden jackel which is what i am now using

6/28/2020 - By

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This will be much less aggressive than the Golden Jackal. The Golden Jackal is designed to handle heavier oil while this is more for lighter oil. They both have good length so if you needed something that is similar to your Golden Jackal but for lighter oil when the Golden Jackal is too strong to use, this could be a good back up option.

6/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I throw at a speed of 15-16 and I currently use a 13# Storm Hy-road Hybrid and it is my favorite ball now but, I now have to go down to a 11-12 pounder and I want to try a new ball how does this ball compare to the Hy-road Hybrid, Phase111, and Storm All-Road? What ball would you recommend for my speed and weight limit also I tend to stand on the left far of the lane and throw the ball in between third arrow and forth arrow on the right? The best past ball I ever had was a code red and I dearly misst hat ball I work the best with it so I am looking for a ball similar to the Code Red

7/23/2020 - By

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If you were going to 11lbs the Electrify Hybrid would be the only option in your selection that is offered in that weight. However, if you go to 12lbs you do have all three options. The Phaze III has the R3S Hybrid which is a newer version of the R2S Hybrid cover that you have on the Hy-Road. The All-Road out of the box is a different type of hybrid and finished at 4000 grit so I feel like that may be the most different option from what you have listed. The Electrify Hybrid will still be a decent option because it has the same finish as your Hy-Road but it has a slightly weaker hybrid cover. So you could go with something a little stronger in the Phaze III or something a little weaker in the Electrify Hybrid. We also have the Hy-Road still available too if you prefer to just drop the weight but keep the same option.

7/23/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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my current bag is Physix, Astro Physix, Mix. Would Electrify hybrid be a good fit between Mix and Atstro?

8/11/2020 - By

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Yes, this could give you similar length to your Astrophysix but works better in medium to lighter oil. It will fit well between the Astrophysix and Mix.

8/12/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this compare to the hustle pbr?

8/16/2020 - By

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The Hustle PBR comes out of the box with a duller finish so that it will read earlier than the Electrify Hybrid which has a polished finish to go longer. They both are designed from medium to lighter oil conditions so the biggest difference is the length.

8/17/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Would this ball be a good back up for the IQ tour

8/29/2020 - By

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Yes, this could be a good backup option to the IQ Tour. The IQ Tour is rated for medium-heavy oil and it has a 4000 grit finish which reads some in the midlane but has good continuation on the backend. This Electrify Hybrid is designed to work in medium to lighter oil so when the lanes are drying out and the IQ Tour is getting too aggressive on the lanes, you can drop to the Electrify Hybrid which will get more length and work better in medium to lighter oil.

8/31/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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What is the difference between the electrify hybrid and the electrify pearl

8/31/2020 - By

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The pearl coverstock will go longer than the hybrid coverstock. So the Electrify Hybrid reads just a little earlier and smoother than the Electrify Pearl which reads a little later and sharper on the backend.

8/31/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Can i use this ball if my style is only straight & sometimes backup

9/20/2020 - By

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You may be able to use this but it does have hook potential so any spin you have on the ball will be read. If you prefer the ball to go straight there are less expensive options that will go straight. You may look at the Storm Ice or Storm Mix series.

9/21/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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