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Brunswick Rhino Cobalt/Aqua/Teal Bowling Ball


Pearl Reactive


Dry to Medium Dry Lanes

Smooth Controlled Motion on Drier Lane Conditions


2.524 (15lb)

.030 (15lb)


Light Bulb

R-16 Reactive

500 Siaair Micro Pad, Royal Compound, Royal Shine



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Brunswick Rhino Cobalt/Aqua/Teal Bowling Ball

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Brunswick Rhino Cobalt/Aqua/Teal Bowling Ball Features:

The R-16 reactive coverstock provides a perfect balance between power and control. It produces easy length and backend hook motion without extreme sensitivity to the dry and oily parts of the lane. Combined with the traditional light bulb core shape, the Rhino delivers outstanding ball motion and impressive pin action for more strikes and higher scores.

Brunswick has introduced the Rhino as its new entry-level performance ball. This new series uses Brunwick’s pearlized R-16 Reactive coverstock and a traditional light bulb core design with a low differential of 0.030″. The Rhino is available in five new color schemes and this line replaces the previous Strike King line. All three of our test balls were the Red / Black / Gold Pearl model. Being a highly polished entry-level ball, our testers found their best reactions with the new Rhino on our shortest and lowest volume test pattern, and also after our patterns had broken down and experienced significant oil depletion.

1 review for Brunswick Rhino Cobalt/Aqua/Teal Bowling Ball

  1. jimmy fields

    I was having a problem with the wet dry at my center so I finally drilled me a ball with less pop off the dry and a with a smoother backend snap at the end of the pattern. I don’t know the numbers but the pin is below the ring finger kicked out to the side cg is out as well probably inch and a half from the center line no extra hole since that is now illegal. I left the surface at box surface 500 grit I think mine didn’t come polished. Shined it with compound and got a little gloss out of it I didn’t want it shiny because the shot is so WET in the mids and snappy outside I didn’t want it skid flippy. Got the reaction I was hoping for. Not to early of a read more of a skid, roll, arc to the pocket. I was very pleased with my first set 255+239+213=707 series and I was able to stay right of the ball track until the 3rd game. I had to chase the oil and when I finally got to it threw the las 6 for 213. I’m very pleased with the Big B and I’m researching Brunswick for my next ball purchase. Thanks for reading
    Jimmy F.

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