|Box Finish:||1500 Grit Polished|
|Color:||Raspberry / Orange / Black|
The Eternal Cell joins a growing list of Cell releases that feature the asymmetrical Nucleus weight block in Roto Grip’s high performance category. In the current HP4 line, it shares this very popular core design with both the original Hyper Cell and the Hyper Cell Skid. While both the Hyper Cell and the Eternal have solid reactive covers, the Eternal Cell uses a less aggressive formulation. Also, the 75M coverstock on the Eternal comes out of the box with a 1500 grit polished finish, helping to give it much more length than the 2000 grit finish on the Hyper Cell.
The Eternal Cell’s cover and core combination matched up best to our medium test pattern. Tweener and Stroker liked their reactions from the start. They saw the Eternal Cell easily skid through the front of the lane, pick up very strongly in the midlane, and then make ...
Roto Grip Eternal Cell Comparisons
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- Roto Grip Eternal Cell vs. Roto Grip Critical
- Roto Grip Eternal Cell vs. Roto Grip Hyper Cell
- Roto Grip Eternal Cell vs. Roto Grip Hyper Cell Skid
- Roto Grip Eternal Cell vs. Roto Grip Menace
- Roto Grip Eternal Cell vs. Roto Grip No Rules
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Additional Roto Grip Eternal Cell Resources
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