|COLOR||Black / Magenta / Yellow|
|COVERSTOCK||N-Forcer SF Solid|
|COVER TYPE||Solid Reactive|
|FINISH||500, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad|
|PERFORMANCE||Strong midlane and backend|
|LANE CONDITION||Medium to heavy oil|
|WARRANTY||Two years from purchase date|
DURABILITY OPTIMIZATION TECHNOLOGY (DOT)
The Warrant Solid features Durability Optimization Technology (DOT), a patent-pending advancement in bowling ball technology.
The Warrant Solid features the innovative outer core technology called DynamiCore. This industry-leading technology is a more durable outer material that yields less compression upon impact increasing hitting power and creating an undeniable difference in sound and pin carry.
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DOT Technology in full effect for the layout drilled on this ball for me. This ball has a strong midlane roll and strong continuation through the pins. The ball shape has an overall very strong roll so you do not have to expect and sudden jumps off the dry part of the lane. I would recommend this for heavy oiled lanes and know when you put it away when the fronts start to dry up.
Speed: 17.9 RPM: 480 PAP: 5 7/8 RT x 2 1/4 DN No-thumb, one league per week, tournaments when I can. Tremendous slouch. Benchmark asymmetric? The follow up to the underrated Warrant Hybrid, the Warrant Solid is intended for medium to heavy oil and shares the same asymmetric Captive core as the Warrant hybrid, and is wrapped in DynamiCore for added durability and extra hitting power. The cover stock is the N-Forcer SF Solid, giving me a smoother motion compared to the Warrant Hybrid (and still able to ‘turn the corner’ down lane) but with my feet and targets a combined total of about 6-7 boards deeper. This will be a great first ball out of the bag for most bowlers, and with its versatility and continuation, you can stay with this ball deep into the transition. The out of box surface is 500/1500 and with the core and cover combination is intended to have a strong mid lane and backend motion on medium to heavy oiled patterns. I chose a layout of 55x5x45 to be long and strong, and I can get the ball to react that way if I roll it hard enough to the dry but the motion for the most part reminds me of my old Brunswick Ultimate Nirvana with more often than not getting a smoother and hard rolling motion and I crushed with that ball (I know, the numbers aren’t the same and the Ultimate Nirvana was a hybrid). DV8 is starting to bring back the bright, bold and in your face color schemes that they were known for when they started ten years ago and they don’t disappoint with the Black, Magenta and Yellow with the Orange lettering on the Warrant Solid. You will definitely be able to identify your ball on the rack, and I do prefer colors that stand out to each other so I can see how the ball rolls down lane, makes its turn and goes through the pins. Upper-mid performance and at that price I think the Warrant Solid outperforms other balls in that same tier. This ball has been a staple in my league and tournament bag since it’s December 2020 release and will continue to see time on the lanes. Be well, rip racks ...and shred pins.
The warrant solid was an absolute hook monster during our testing. More impressively it didn't seem to hook and stop. It just wanted to keep driving through the pins. That's a great sign for a big strong asymmetrical. This ball would be great on some longer heavy volume patterns.