The S74R™ Pearl Coverstock creates plenty of entry angle with a late mid-lane ball motion.
The Adaptor/D™ Asymmetric core provides 5-6″ plus of flare potential.
Use the Inception™ Pearl on medium lane conditions.
The all new S74R™ Pearl cover stock will provide maximum backend on medium conditions. The Low R.G. – High Differential Adaptor/D™ asymmetric core will provide quick revolutions off of the bowler’s hand. This quick revving core combined with the polished pearl cover will be a great weapon once the player has to move in and create more angle on the backend. The Inception Pearl™ will make a great 1-2 punch with the Inception™ once the Inception™ starts to hook too much.
Coverstock: S74R Pearl
Color: Blue/Grey/Purple (Actual ball color may vary.)
Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
Core: Adaptor/D™ Asymmetric
Flare Potential: 5-6" plus
RG: 16# 2.48, 15# 2.48, 14# 2.51, 13# 2.60, 12# 2.62
Diff: 16# 0.055, 15# 0.055, 14# 0.055, 13# 0.040, 12# 0.040
Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
1 Year Complete Warranty
- The best thing since sliced bread, pearlized Review by David Coleman
Really, this is just awesome. I would recommend this ball if you need to keep the strong back end, but get the ball down the lane a little farther. This beast will be a nice step down from the Inception and still maintain the hitting power, strong angle change at the breakpoint, and mobility across different styles of play.
I really like the way this ball rolls. I use it diligently when the Inception is just a little too much or I can't get it far enough down the pattern. The hitting power of the core in this ball is something that no-one should be without. (Posted on 12/3/2016)
- Angular ball great for a lot of different lane conditions Review by Jimmy Casteel
Surface OOB 1500 Polish
Review: This is the newest high end addition to the 900 Global lineup. The Inception Pearl is a pearlized version of the Inception Solid released earlier this year. Compared to the Inception Solid, this ball has more length and angularity. The Inception Pearl is also the biggest backend motion in the current lineup for me. This will be a good ball to start on the fresher shots when you want to see that defined backend motion and need some push through the front part of the lane. (Posted on 11/8/2016)