Lane #1 Bowling Ball Reviews
Lane #1 Bowling Ball Reviews - New Releases
Lane #1 Droid
The Droid continues the evolution of the diamond weight block with the new Cyborg Diamond core. This core, combined with the new resin coverstock named...
Lane #1 Pearl Droid
The Pearl Droid utilizes the same core design as the Droid from a few months ago. The difference between these two balls is the cover....
Lane #1 Stealth Bomber
The Stealth Bomber is the newest ball from Lane #1 and offers the largest intermediate differential we have seen in their history. The new low...
Lane #1 Ripsaw
The Ripsaw is the latest upper-mid priced release from Lane #1. This ball uses a symmetric, high RG version of the Back Cut Diamond core...
Lane #1 Stealth Bomber Pearl
The Stealth Bomber Pearl is the second ball with the Stealth Bomber name, the first being a solid resin. This ball uses the same weight...
Lane #1 Bloody Panther
Lane #1 has let their newest cat out of the bag with the Bloody Panther. This latest addition might be the most impressive of all...
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Summary Table of All Lane #1 Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Lane #1 bowling balls. Currently, all balls in our database are shown in the table. BTM subscribers can customize the columns displayed on their Edit Profile page.
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|Ball Name||Issue||Cover||Box Finish||RG||Diff||Int|
|Black Panther||May 2011||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.46||0.043||0.000|
|Bloody Panther||February 2013||R Hyb||6421 Compound x2||2.46||0.043||0.000|
|Boom'R-Ang||March 2011||R Prl||6421 Compound 2x Polished||2.53||0.040||0.000|
|Buzzbomb Carnage||August 2011||R Sol||4K Abrl||2.487||0.052||0.000|
|Chainsaw S.O.S.||August 2011||R Prl||Highly Polished||2.53||0.013||0.000|
|Crank||September 2013||P Prl||nEat||2.493||0.053||0.007|
|Droid||February 2012||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.521||0.045||0.012|
|Gemstone Silver/Garnet||October 2010||R Hyb||2K Grit Polished||2.652||0.042||0.000|
|Grind||April 2013||R Sol||nEat||2.479||0.052||0.000|
|Grind/R||June 2013||R Prl||400 Grit Polished||2.497||0.052||0.000|
|Maxxx Curve||October 2011||P Prl||20 Micron||2.51||0.055||0.008|
|Pearl Droid||May 2012||R Prl||Polished||2.521||0.045||0.012|
|Pearl Panther||December 2011||R Prl||6421 2x Compound||2.46||0.043||0.000|
|Pink Panther||October 2010||R Sol||6421 Compound 2x Polished||2.493||0.043||0.000|
|Ripsaw||October 2012||R Sol||neaT||2.595||0.045||0.000|
|Stealth Bomber||September 2012||R Hyb||nEat||2.48||0.050||0.027|
|Stealth Bomber Pearl||December 2012||R Prl||neaT||2.48||0.050||0.027|
|Time Bomb Black Fire||December 2010||P Sol||6421 Compound 2X||2.57||0.055||0.000|
Lane #1 Ball Comparison Graph
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- Horizontal axis: Total Hook rating
- Vertical axis: Length rating
- Circle size: Torque rating
- Circle color: Backend rating
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