Hammer 3D Offset Bowling Ball Review – Modern Bowling

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Welcome back to another Modern Bowling Ball Review! We have our ball tester Chris showcasing the Hammer 3D Offset!

This is the 25th anniversary of the 3-D Offset, and we are excited to pay tribute to one of the greatest balls ever. The 3-D Offset offered new technology and outstanding performance. We’ve taken a lot of time and effort to introduce a ball worthy of the same name. We’ve strategically recreated this ball to remind you of the original while excelling on today’s
conditions.

We started with the core shape, creating a single density inner core with the same shape as the original. The original was a thick-shell ball, and we modified today’s version with a carbon fiber outer core. These modifications create more dynamic core numbers for increased ball motion potential and a durable, harder-hitting product. We’ve also made this a D.O.T. ball which further increases durability and eliminates layout and drilling restrictions. The ball’s appearance is almost identical to the 3-D Offset from 25-years ago. The Blazing Violet stands out as much today as it did then, and we’ve branded it the same way with yellow Hammer logos on the right and left side and the orange 3-D Offset logo above the pin, or D.O.T. in this case. A minimal amount of Pearl was added to the Neoflex 25 cover to create optimal performance for today’s conditions. The new 3-D Offset is finished at 2000 Siaair, yet it easily gets through the front of the lane and has a strong and continuous move throughout the backend and pin deck.

Bowlers that have been around for a while will have to have this nostalgic ball, and newer bowlers will want it for its incredible performance. Just as it was 25-years ago, this one will be a stand-out.

hammer 3d offset Bowling Ball

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RADIUS OF GYRATION: RG (15LB)

DIFFERENTIAL: DIFF (15LB)

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