|Box Finish:||2000 Grit Pad|
|Color:||Coal / Fuchsia / Sky Blue|
The Halo is the latest offering from Roto Grip in their high performance HP4 line. This ball uses a new asymmetrical weight block called Centrum that is paired up with the same MicroTrax-S18 solid reactive coverstock from the Idol. This ball adds more flip and back end motion compared to the Idol, as well as more traction than the Hyper Cell Fused. The Halo’s dull 2000 grit box finish allows it to hook with minimal effort for all styles of bowlers.
The effortless hook of the Halo made our heavy oil pattern look pretty easy, as all three of our testers had an immense amount of traction. They could start farther left on the lane than with their No Rules and No Rules Exist because of the added motion at the end of the lane that the Halo provided. Even though it creates a lot of traction in the oil, this ball didn’t burn up early for any of our testers, and it allowed them all to see lots of continuation all the way through the pin deck. As the pattern started to transition, they found themselves needing to move left every three or four shots to keep their Halos in the oil long enough to stay in the pocket. As they continued to
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Roto Grip Halo Comparisons
Click below to see a comparison table of the pair of bowling balls shown:
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip All-Out Show Off
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Dare Devil Danger
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Halo Pearl
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Halo Vision
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Hot Cell
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Hyper Cell Fused
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Idol
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Idol Pearl
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Idol Pro
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip RST X-1
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip UFO
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Winner
- Roto Grip Halo vs. Roto Grip Winner Solid
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Additional Roto Grip Halo Resources
Click here to visit Roto Grip's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
Please remember that our reviews are solely based on our own testing and that you may sometimes find differences between our comments and ratings and the manufacturer's claims. Links to these manufacturer resources are provided here strictly for convenience purposes.