Dark Web


MSRP: $259.95
$154.95 (Inc. Sales Tax)
MSRP: $259.95
$154.95 (Ex. Sales Tax)
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Factory Finish:
500, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad
Flare Potential:
Weightblock Type:
Modified Spheroid Symmetric
Coverstock Type:
Aggression Solid
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The Web series of balls has been another popular nameplate for Hammer, and they have all complimented the Black Widows very well. We have engineered multiple cores for Webs over time to target different reactions, and the Dark Web uses a newly enhanced version of the Spheroid core. The Modified Spheroid has a flip block added to the top of the body of the core to help increase overall motion. The modification raises the RG while leaving the differential the same. The change allowed us to use an aggressive cover and finish and now gives Hammer a big-solid symmetric ball that Hammer fans will love.
  • Color: Dark Blue/Black
  • Coverstock: Aggression Solid
  • Weight Block: Modified Spheroid
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.522; 15lbs - 2.514; 14lbs - 2.541
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.042; 15lbs - 0.048; 14lbs - 0.048

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  • 5
    Dark Web it's IMPRESSIVE!

    Posted by C. Miller on Sep 10th 2022

    The Dark Web by Hammer with it's enhanced Spheriod core and added flip block, has to be the strongest Web series ball to date. The Dark Web reads the mids early with a powerful motion, off the pattern. Don't worry, the Dark Web still has plenty of energy left for those ten white toothpicks called pins. Real excited about this one. Get to your local Pro Shop and pick one up!

  • 5
    Hammer Dark Web

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jul 18th 2022

    It's early but the Hammer Dark Web immediately looks like a tournament ball to me. I'm a huge fan of the spheroid core from the Game Breaker line and Rhodman Pearl, and now it has been enhanced a bit and a flip block has been added to the top of the core body to help increase shape. I only have a few games on it against my GB4 Solid and it looks like a winner. It picks up in the mids as it should but has a strong controllable motion down lane. It is about 3-4 stronger than the GB4. At the end of my practice I moved about 6 & 3 left, slowed down my ball speed and that is where this ball looked really shined. It continued thru the pins very strong where other big solids might burn out. In the arsenal right now.