Roto Grip Exotic Gem vs RST X-3: Dynamic Duo!

This is a comparison of the Roto Grip Exotic Gem to the RST X-3 bowling ball!

Roto Grip Exotic Gem Bowling Ball

Given the overwhelming success of the original Gem by bowlers of all skill levels around the globe, we felt it was important to make the next installment in this series something uniquely special like the first one. Let’s just say it didn’t take long for us to figure out that MicroTrax Pearl was the key element in this beauty.

So we went to work dialing in the proper ratios for each of the chemical elements to complement the nanoparticles blended throughout the entire coverstock. This was the most crucial factor in making sure this pearl ball would conquer those Medium/Heavy Oil conditions.

Bottom line, the Exotic Gem will produce skid through the front of the lane while still digging into the midlane where the Defiant LRG will take over and produce the strongest continuation of any high-end asymmetric pearl ball on the market today!

DEFIANT LRG CORE
With recent more in-depth studies of flare migration and core tendencies we circled the wagons back to the Defiant Series of bowling balls which featured a core ahead of its time regarding flare migration in order to create a longer constant motion. Upon further review and testing, we found that by altering the composite of this core shape, we were able to create the fastest revving, strongest continuing, lowest RG asymmetrical core we have ever offered in the history of ever now known as the DEFIANT™ LRG CORE.

BRAND
BOWLING BALL CORE SHAPE
BOWLING BALL CORE NAME
BOWLING BALL COVERSTOCK TYPE
BOWLING BALL COVER NAME
RADIUS OF GYRATION: RG (15LB)
DIFFERENTIAL: DIFF (15LB)
MASS BIAS STRENGTH
FLARE POTENTIAL
SURFACE FINISH
BALL LANE CONDITIONS
BOWLING BALL COLOR
BALL PERFORMANCE LEVEL
BALL WEIGHT
SCENT

Roto Grip RST X-3 Bowling Ball

Dating back to the mid-1950’s, there is a reason Roto Grip is often referred to as the “Original High-Performance Bowling Ball Specialists.” Our latest asymmetrical creation continues that tradition with the development of the RST Core which produces consistent core torque and energy transfer down lane where it is needed most.

RST – Roto Star Tour Core…
Professional bowlers like to see continuous motion down lane with minimal deflection as the ball enters the pocket due to their rev rates usually being on the higher side. This logic was the basis of development by the R&D team as they looked to create a core that would maintain dynamics after drilling in order to maintain a higher level of core torque down lane. The larger mass at the base of the core does indeed create that. Especially since when drilled, the thumbhole will always end up near the bottom of the void area not to affect the bottom mass of the core all that much. Thus, making this core a “Tour Level” type core design.

This version of MicroTrax™ Hybrid features nanoparticles throughout to provide the traction you need in oil, while its two parts pearl provide you the reaction you have come to know and love about the RST Series. So, whether you are a recent PBA Hall of Famer, or this is your very first high-end ball, the RST X-3 will provide unparalleled reaction time and time again.

Behind the X name…
When it all began back in the early 1950’s, Roto Star (later known as Roto Grip) quickly became known as the “High Performance Bowling Ball Specialists.”

Because of this industry leading mantra, and with the latest creation of the Roto Star Tour Core, it only made sense to go back in time to recapture the vibe and pay homage to those balls that set the standard for technology and development.

BRAND
BOWLING BALL CORE SHAPE
BOWLING BALL CORE NAME
BOWLING BALL COVERSTOCK TYPE
BOWLING BALL COVER NAME
RADIUS OF GYRATION: RG (15LB)
DIFFERENTIAL: DIFF (15LB)
MASS BIAS STRENGTH
FLARE POTENTIAL
SURFACE FINISH
BALL LANE CONDITIONS
BALL WEIGHT
BOWLING BALL COLOR
BALL PERFORMANCE LEVEL
SCENT
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