Roto Grip Bowling Ball New Releases 2019

I have created a list of the Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases. And I will include a summary of the available reviews to help give some idea of what to expect of each ball. This will cover Roto Grip Bowling Balls New releases and some older releases of Roto Grip Bowling Balls.

 

The Latest Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases -2019

Roto Grip Halo Vision – Released 8/9/2019

The Halo Vision returns with the successful Centrum core wrapped with a brand new formula hybrid reactive cover-stock.  The etrax- H19 is part solid, part pearl, and finished at 4000 grit to give this ball a clean shot through the heads and store some energy to come back strong on the back end. This ball will fit right between the original Halo and hook a bit sooner than the Halo pearl.

 

Halo Vision Specs:

  • Perfect scale – 228.1
Bowling Ball Gold & Sky Blue Pearl/Purple Solid
Roto Grip Halo Vision – $174.95
  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.050
  • Finish-  Matte/4000 grit -Abralon
  • Conditions –  Medium/Heavy Oil
  • Ball Motion – Strong overall hook
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – eTrax – H19
  • Core –  Asymmetric – Centrum
  • Flare Potential —  High
  • Mass Bias Diff – 0.018
  • Performance -Pro Performance – 10
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 8/9/2019

 

 

 

 

Roto Grip Idol Pro – Released 8/9/2019

The Roto Grip Idol Pro keeps the popular Low RG Ikon core and sports a new cover, the eTrax-S19. This cover does not contain the nano particles, so it has more traction and control at the break point. this is going to produce more shape in the motion toward the pocket.

 

Roto Grip Idol Pro Specs:

  • Perfect scale –207.9

    Ocean Blue Bowling Ball
    Roto Grip Idol Pro – $139.95

  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.052
  • Finish-  Polished /3000 grit sheen
  • Conditions –  Medium/Heavy
  • Ball Motion – Continuous
  • Coverstock – Solid Reactive
  • Cover Name – eTrax – S19
  • Core –  Symmetric – Ikon
  • Flare Potential —  High/73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -High Performance -8
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 8/9/2019

 

 

 

 

 

Roto Grip MVP –  Released 8/9/2019 

The Roto Grip MVP contains a newly worked over core. The Neutron core found in the wrecker series, tweaked for higher RG, becomes the Neutron NXT. Paired up with the VTC-H19 cover, this ball will be a great performing ball in the roto grip H2 line. Look for this to be a transition ball when the stronger balls are too much.

 

Roto Grip MVP Specs:

  • Perfect scale –  191.9

    Orange Pearl -Blue Solid Bowling Ball
    Roto Grip MVP – $108.99

  • RG -2.55 / Differential -0.040
  • Finish-  Polished /1500 grit
  • Conditions –  Medium
  • Ball Motion – Controllable
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – VTC-H19
  • Core –  Symmetric – Neutron NXT
  • Flare Potential — 73-75 on D-Scale
  • Performance -Advanced Performance[6]
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 8/9/2019

 

 

Roto Grip Halo Pearl – Released  3/8/2019

The Roto grip Pearl is an asymmetrical version of the idol pearl. It will read the mid-lanes and finish strong with the asymmetrical angle. This ball has enough to start the night off with a fresh pattern. This ball is a bit stronger than the idol pearl.

 

Image of Roto Grip Halo Pearl Bowling Ball

  • Perfect scale – 228.8
  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.050
  • Finish-  Polished/ 1500 grit
  • Conditions –  Medium Heavy Oil
  • Ball Motion – Length W/Strong backend
  • Coverstock – Pearl Reactive
  • Cover Name – eTrax-P-18
  • Core –  Asymmetric – Centrum
  • Flare Potential —  High /73-75 D-scale
  • Mass Bias Diff – 0.01
  • Performance -Pro Performance – 10
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 3/8/2019

 


Roto Grip Idol Pearl – Released  11/23/2018

The Roto Grip Idol Pearl is the same Ikon core  wrapped with the eTrax-P-18  Pearl Reactive coverstock.This ball will save up the energy thru the oil and make an angular turn into the pocket.This ball is turning heads as much as the original Idol did. If you like the Idol, you will like this ball. Out of the box this ball will go longer and hook-up on the dry.

When the Idol is hooking too much, this ball takes over. Another hit from Roto grip.

 

  • Perfect scale – 210.9

    Image of Roto Grip Idol Pearl Bowling Ball
    The Idol Pearl $139.95 – FREE SHIPPING

  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.052
  • Finish –  1500 grit polished
  • Conditions –  Medium/Heavy
  • Ball Motion – Angular response
  • Coverstock – Pearl Reactive
  • Cover Name – eTrax-P18
  • Core –  Symmetric – Ikon
  • Flare Potential —  High/73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -High Performance -8
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 11/23/2018

 

 



Roto Grip Halo – Released  8/10/2018

Roto grip introduced the Centrum core on the Halo. This core is designed to give increased rotation and continuation to cut thru heavy oil and deliver a strong overall motion. The MicroTrax S18 cover is the strongest Roto Grip cover, and paired with the new Centrum Core, this should be one strong ball. It is compared to the “No Rules” and “Hyper Cell” balls, only stronger. A lot of people compare this to the Idol for ball motion but stronger hook.

Halo Specs

  • Perfect scale – 231.9
  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.050
Image of Roto Grip Halo Bowling Ball
$169.95 -Free Shipping
  • Finish-  Matte/2000 grit -Abralon
  • Conditions –  Heavy Oil
  • Ball Motion – Strong overall hook
  • Coverstock – Solid Reactive
  • Cover Name – MicroTrax S18
  • Core –  Asymmetric – Centrum
  • Flare Potential —  High
  • Mass Bias Diff – 0.018
  • Performance -Pro Performance – 10
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – */10 2018

 

 

 

 

To keep you ball investment in top condition, you have to keep it clean. Wiping the ball before every pitch with a good clean Microfiber Towel, helps to remove oil and  keep the pores open

Keeping the ball clean, keeps the reaction consistent. After a three game series, the ball should be cleaned with a good ball cleaner. Click here to find all your favorite ball cleaners and polishes. 

However, if you bowl 3  or more times a week, you may need some extra help. The pro shop will offer to rejuvenate your ball with a through cleaning for about $25. They do this using either heat or a hot water bath to clean the ball. Now you can do this at home.

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Roto Grip Winner – Released  8/10/2018

The Roto Grip Winner is using a weight Altered Hotshot core and paired up with the slightly stronger VTC-P18 cover this ball has some backend and continuation. It has a skid flip look but continues to drive hard through the pins. The Pearl cover allows more length down the lane and a controlled flip into the pins.

 

Winner Specs

 

Image Of Roto Grip Winner Bowling ball
$108.99 -Free Shipping
  • Perfect scale – 181.4
  • RG -2.54 / Differential -0.054
  • Finish-  1500 grit  – Polished
  • Conditions –  Medium
  • Ball Motion – Versatile & Responsive
  • Coverstock – Pearl Reactive
  • Cover Name – VTC-P18
  • Core –  Symmetric – Altered Hotshot
  • Flare Potential —  High/73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -Advance Performance -6
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 8/10/2018

 

 

 

Remember, for best results, wipe the ball between each shot with good Microfiber Towel to keep the ball reacting well and consistent. This habit produces more confidence in your shot because of consistent ball reaction.

Clean with a good ball cleaner after each night of bowling, like Monster Tac. Give this ball cleaner a try, it works.

 


Roto Grip Idol – Released 3/9/2018

This ball has the new Symmetric IKON core with the Solid Reactive Cover MicroTrax S18, sanded it is more aggressive and gets more traction. This is a stronger “Haywire”. If that is what you want, this ball will deliver that same motion with more hook.

I have watched this ball react on the house shot that I bowl on and I must say i am impressed whit this ball. The ball is a Symmetric core and it is as smooth as you might expect, and it carries well.

it is strong, so expect it to hook more when the lanes dry up.  I am looking to pair this ball with the Hustle Hybrid, for the fall. Honey, are you listening….All I want for Christmas is two  more bowling balls!!

Idol Specs

  • Perfect scale – 212.9
Image of Roto Grip Idol Bowling Ball
$139.9- Free Shipping
  • RG -2.49 / Differential -0.052
  • Finish-  Sanded/2000 grit pad
  • Conditions –  Medium/Heavy
  • Ball Motion – Overall Hook
  • Coverstock – Solid Reactive
  • Cover Name – MicroTrax – S18
  • Core –  Symmetric – Ikon
  • Flare Potential —  High/73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -High Performance -8
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 3/9/2018

 

 

 

 

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Roto Grip Hustle HYB Hybrid – Released  1/12/2018

This ball has the same Symmetric Hustle core as the Hustle ink, but with a sanded VTC-H18 cover it gives you a controllable motion on the lane. These ink balls are probably the best all around biggest bang for your buck balls. They deliver strong performance for an affordable price.

Hustle HYB Specs

Image of Roto Grip Hustle HYB Hybrid bowling Ball
$89.99 What A Great Price! -Free Shipping
  • Perfect scale – 144.8
  • RG -2.53 / Differential -0.030
  • Finish-  Sanded 3000 grit pad
  • Conditions –  Medium
  • Ball Motion – Stable Reaction
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – VTC-H18
  • Core –  Symmetric – Hustle
  • Flare Potential —  low- Medium
  • Performance – Performance – 4
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 1/12/2018

 

 

 


 

Roto Grip Hyper Cell Fused – Released 1/12/2018

The hyper cell contains the Nucleus Asymmetric core, and is paired for the first time with an all-new eTrax-H18 hybrid reactive coverstock. Polished 1500 grit shine, this ball stores energy to get down the lane and open up on the backend. Seems this ball give a little room to play with and hits hard on the backend.

 

Hyper Cell Fused Specs

  • Perfect scale – 232.9
Image of Roto Grip Hyper Cell bowling Ball
$169.95 – Free Shipping
  • RG -2.52 / Differential -0.056
  • Finish-  Polished/1500 grit
  • Conditions –  Medium/Heavy
  • Ball Motion – Overall Hook
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – eTrax – H18
  • Core –  Asymmetric – Nucleus
  • Mass Bias Diff – 0.018
  • Flare Potential —  High / 73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -Pro Performance -10
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 1/12/2018

 

 

 

 

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Roto Grip All Out Show Off – Released 11/24/2017

Built with the Hotshot Symmetric core and matched with the Stoked Hybrid cover, this ball delivers a solid manageable motion on medium oil. It can also be sanded for slightly more oil.

All Out Show Off Specs

  • Perfect scale – 185.2
Image of Roto Grip All Out Show Off Bowling Ball
$109.99 – Free Shipping
  • RG -2.55 / Differential -0.045
  • Finish-  Polished/1500 grit
  • Conditions –  Medium/Dry
  • Ball Motion – Overall Hook
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – Stoked Hybrid
  • Core –  Symmetric – Hotshot
  • Flare Potential —  High / 73-75 Rex D
  • Performance -Advanced Performance -6
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date  – 11/24/2017

 

 

 

 

Roto Grip Hustle Ink Solid – Released 8/11/2017 

This ball features a new core, the Hustle Symmetric. It has the lowest RG in the HP1 lineup, matched with the Psyched Solid Coverstock. The result is a ball with predictable performance in the less aggressive line. This ball is one I think delivers a great bang for the buck. They are affordable and deliver a smooth ball, that doesn’t overreact.

Hustle Ink Solid Specs

  • Perfect scale – 135.9
  • RG -2.53 / Differential -0.030
  • Finish-  Polished 1500 grit

    Image of Roto Grip Hustle Ink Solid Bowling Ball
    $89.99 – Great Price and Free Shipping

  • Conditions –  Medium
  • Ball Motion – Stable Reaction
  • Coverstock – Solid Reactive
  • Cover Name – Psyched Solid
  • Core –  Symmetric – Hustle
  • Flare Potential —  3″+ Medium
  • Performance – Performance – 4
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 8/11/2017

 

 

 

Always keep the ball clean with a good Microfiber Towel and use a good quality ball cleaner such as after each bowling session. Click here to find your favorite ball cleaner.

Sometimes, after a few months of bowling, you may need more. Check out the link below.

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If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below and I will get back to you promptly. Thanks for stopping by.

Chas

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2 thoughts on “Roto Grip Bowling Ball New Releases 2019”

  1. Hello—-Can you recommend a Roto Grip ball with the following specs: 1) RG below 2.50, differential/low at or below 0.030, solid cover-stock, dull surface, and two-piece symetrical core, 14lbs. Thank you.

    • Hi Adolfo,
      I can tell you that you should definitely take a look at the Hustle Ink Solid. I don’t think the core is two-piece, but everyone loves that ball! They have the new Hustle Pearl that just came out, but it is not a solid. Both balls are symmetrical cores, and in your Diff range of 0.030. The Hustle Ink Solid is polished out of the box, but try it! You can sand it if you need it for heavier oil. I have seen some pretty good scores with that ball! You may be happy with it polished or slightly dulled. I don’t care for polished balls myself! But, I actually had one ordered, and it was on back order due to the popularity of that ball. I got tired of waiting and had an Idol drilled and went with it. Another great ball! I love it! The Idol is popular on the pro tour as well!
      Chas

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