Roto Grip Hustle P/O/W Bowling Ball

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Color: Pink - Onyx - White Pearl Coverstock: Pumped™ Pearl Reactive Weight Block: Hustle™ Core Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished Flare Potential: Medium-Low Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.53 Differential (Diff): 0.030 Intermediate Differential (Diff): n/a MAKE YOUR MOVE... Others sit back in their living room recliners and watch. We’re out here in the streets, on the lanes, making it happen, leaving our mark. We don’t slow down and we never give up. Our Hustle™ cores keep us moving controlled and true as our three different coverstocks give us the versatility to match any beat. Now step up and make your mark. OUR CORE COMPETENCIES... With the lowest RG value in the HP1 line, expect an early break with predictable, consistent motion. MOVES FOR EVERY STYLE... With three coverstock options, there’s a Hustle for every throwing style. The new Pumped™ pearl reactive cover is ideal for clearing the lane in drier conditions and providing a nice bite at the end. GO EASY ON THE OIL... We’re flexible, adaptable and we love to strut our stuff. Our style might be slick, but we put our best moves down on lighter oil conditions.
ColorPink - Onyx - White Pearl
CoverstockPumped™ Pearl Reactive
CoreHustle™ Core
Intermediate Diffn/a
Factory finish1500 Grit Polished
Cleared USBCYes

9 Reviews

  • fjcallahan

    Posted by fjcallahan on Mar 21st 2017

    What can you say? These Hustles are awesome! Great colors, performance and shelf appeal. I have everybody from beginning bowlers up to high level scratch players loving these rocks. The Hustle POW, for me, has been the go to ball for moving back in the track and playing them a bit straighter. I have slightly high ball speed and low tilt, so I need to be careful with weaker stuff loosing energy. This ball does not disappoint, great length, energy retention and hit. I recently put out a video with this ball, the Wreck'Em and the No Rules Pearl. The hit at the pin deck was impressive, to the point that if you didn't see the shot, you couldn't tell the difference between the bowling balls. I hope these balls stay around for awhile, the are great for any level of bowler and all of my customers love them! Thanks for reading and we'll see you on the lanes. #SquadRG

  • mwtarkington

    Posted by mwtarkington on Mar 14th 2017

    The POW is a fun one to roll. As a lower price point ball, this one packs a pretty good punch. It gets good length, has plenty of movement on the backend, and doesn't lose any hit. I've been able to use the POW on our house shot and really like what I've seen. I can cover boards laterally if necessary or play the hold where our oil turns into a puddle. I'm looking forward to getting more games on the POW to see if it has any real limits.

  • Kingpinwoods

    Posted by Kingpinwoods on Feb 6th 2017

    Hustle POW These HP1 balls are incredible. Ok folks, can you say awesome....these balls are so good for any house shot or medium to light sport patterns. The Hustles are so smooth through the fronts and a super strong backend motion. I have gotten three of the four different Hustles and with the different layouts, I feel I actually have three totally different balls. One is real smooth with a nice ark to the pocket, the other is a little more angular and the POW is quite strong down lane. I don't think you would go wrong with any of the Hustles. Huge ball for a little money.

  • PJ Haggerty

    Posted by PJ Haggerty on Jan 19th 2017

    Roto Grip Hustle P/O/W Ball Review by PJ Haggerty The new Roto Grip Hustle P/O/W (Pink/Onyx/White) is the third addition to the Hustle line. In the past, we've normally only seen a couple entry level balls per year from Roto Grip. For us to release two more means these balls have seen a good amount of success and the demand for a couple more options is there! The Hustle series is built for anyone looking for an extremely dry lane ball or anyone looking for their first ball that actually hooks. The great thing about the Hustle P/O/W is the RG is still very low for an entry level ball at 2.53 which ensures that this ball does not blow through the window of where it's supposed to read the lane. It also creates a smoother motion down lane as opposed to most entry level balls have a very fast response time. I will typically drill the cleaner and less aggressive balls quite a bit stronger to make sure they flare. I drilled this with these stats: 3 ½ x 4 and took the surface down to 3000 to make sure it reads the lane the right way and also creates a smoother motion down lane. If you need a ball for extremely dry lanes or are looking to get your first ball that hooks, the Hustle P/O/W would be a perfect fit. #OwnIt

  • bigmikecraig

    Posted by bigmikecraig on Dec 19th 2016

    I drilled The Hustle POW and Hustle RIG to compliment my Hustle SAY/PRO's that I have. The POW was 75* x 5 x 35 while the RIG was 50 x 5 x 60 (pin in the ring finger). Both layouts compliment each other very well with the POW getting started later but in a stronger move than the RIG. The RIG is smoother and just a little earlier in it's motion off the back. I would recommend either the POW or RIG if you need more length than your SAY/PRO are giving you. These make great short length or lower volume pattern balls.

  • Rickm835

    Posted by Rickm835 on Dec 3rd 2016

    Roto Grip Hustle POW Layout: 45 x 5 x 50 Finish: 1500 grit polished Condition: 42 ft. THS on older HPL with a KEGEL FLEX with Fire and Ice conditioners with Defense-C cleaner. Results: With having the 5 inch pin, I really did not expect the ball to be "strong" of off the pattern, but it was very strong off of the pattern and I used it for a scratch league after doing the initial ball video and figured out that this ball will be a great benchmark ball even though it's a HP1 level, for centers with wood lanes, older HPL lanes or houses that tend to put out lower volume oil patterns. It was not as sharp entering the pocket as the RIG with 2in PAP layout, but it was still stronger than your average mid entry ball. The ball works consistently well, has great overall length, a good strong back end, and causes havoc on the pins.

  • bambam300300

    Posted by bambam300300 on Dec 3rd 2016

    If you are looking for a ball that reacts smoothly through the front and still recovers nicely. The Hustle R/I/G and Hustle P/O/W are the balls you need. I drilled both of these balls 4 x 4 x 2. My PAP is 4 x 11/16. I was able to throw both of these balls on a fresh White #2 House Pattern and a few shorter PBA Patterns and these balls were amazing. On the House Shot, I played 15 to 5 and they reacted so smoothly through the front part of the lanes and had amazingly strong and controllable backend. I would say that the R/I/G was a little weaker for some reason but it was a great drop down from the P/O/W when I needed it. Both these balls are a must for someone who is looking for a nice Medium to Dry lane ball and for those that have a lot of hook like myself, these are great balls to have in your arsenal.

  • kevenwilliams

    Posted by kevenwilliams on Nov 29th 2016

    Bowler: Keven Williams Hand: Left Handed Rev Rate: 450 RPM Speed: 18-19 MPH Location: Sunshine Lanes, Springfield MO Pattern: High Volume Typical House Shot Layout: Pin over bridge, CG kicked with a weight hole The Hustle POW and Hustle RIG are the new pearl versions of the Hustle series. When compared the Hustle SAY/PRO, the POW/RIG are much cleaner and backend quite a bit more. They are super clean in the fronts and really go sideways off the dry! If you loved your Hustle SAY/PRO but wanted something just a little cleaner with more recovery, look no further than the Hustle POW/RIG!

  • caseyccg

    Posted by caseyccg on Nov 18th 2016

    Orientation: Right Handed Rev Rate: 375 RPM Speed: 16-17 MPH PAP: 4 5/8 straight across Location: Enterprise Park Lanes, Springfield MO Pattern: High Volume THS Layout: 40, 5 , 70 w/p3 hole The Hustle POW and Hustle RIG are the new pearl versions of the Hustle series. When compared the Hustle SAY/PRO, the POW/RIG are much cleaner and backend quite a bit more. They are super clean in the fronts and really go sideways off the dry! If you loved your Hustle SAY/PRO but wanted something just a little cleaner with more recovery, look no further than the Hustle POW/RIG!