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Innovative Personal Ball Spinner 1/2 Horse Power Reviewed By: Timmy G 07/01/2012 23:32 ( stars)

About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
Experience    Advanced (I have bowled in a league)
League Average    208
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Tweener
I purchased this because I recently got back into Bowling with three new balls,bag,glove,ect. I am a do it your selfer. I found out that regular resurfacing is a must to stay on top of your game. Did my research,watched the instructional dvd on resurfacing and decided to go with Abralon sanding pads.(a home run by the way!). Although the overall construction is in the crude range,this spinner is most likely the best you can buy right now. The motor(most important part)is of decent build. The Bowl is also decent and they got the size and shape down right as you can cover the entire Ball with just flipping once! I went with the 1/2 H.P. motor as with my extensive knowledge of same,ALWAYS go with a bit more Power than what you'll need. The Motor will simply be less stressed and last/perform better/longer! I was worried about the "wobble"factor before first use as with bowling balls,(especially these days,)their internal weighting,(being offset as they are),will place a bit of a challenge to the Rotational Stability of said Bowl causing uneven sanding and added stress to the motor. I found there to be a Minimal amount of wobble. Some balls I worked on had virtually NONE at all. My first Resurfacing was a 2009 Storm Virtual Gravity. Ball pretty beat up.I took my time and brought ball back to factory finish in 2hrs.I used Abralon 500/1000/2000/3000/& then finish with 4000.I prefer to use them wet .Without a spinner,I would have paid a pro shop to do. Cons; well.....It has an In-Line Power switch.I never cared too much for In-Line Power switches as they don't hold up too well(cord will pull out of one end or both).Place switch into base of unit and I would then give the add.Star. I would recommend this to any serious Bowler who wishes to learn and then do his/her own routine maintenance. Believe me it's not that difficult to master. Learn the do's and don't and then practice on some old ball(preferably a friends).LOL. P.S.If you don't already know,Then give Abralon Pads a try. $8.each but worth it!
Timmy G.

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