PROTON PHYSIX

It's really no surprise why the PhysiX and AstroPhysiX have been wildly popular ever since their respective debuts. After all, the PhysiX offers one of the shapeliest reactions available, and the AstroPhysiX follows it up with stellar performance when the pattern opens up, and more length and backend are required. But until now, there really hasn’t been a PhysiX truly suited for heavy oil. Well, consider the problem solved! The Proton PhysiX is here to give you traction and hook on virtually any heavy oil condition imaginable.

Available: December 4, 2020

Fragrance: Frosted Cupcake

Sku: BBMTNB16
Color: Magenta/Black/Violet

Technical Specifications

  • 12 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration

    2.59

    Differential

    0.029

    PSA

    0.008

  • 13 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration

    2.57

    Differential

    0.032

    PSA

    0.010

  • 14 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration

    2.53

    Differential

    0.052

    PSA

    0.015

  • 15 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration

    2.48

    Differential

    0.053

    PSA

    0.017

  • 16 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration

    2.48

    Differential

    0.054

    PSA

    0.017


It doesn't get more iconic than this

Firmly ensconced at the top of the Storm performance heap is the all-new Atomic Core. Yes, it officially boasts a 0.053 total differential in a 15 pound ball, and the rest of its prodigious oomph accepts credit from the strategically placed inlets surrounding the oval bolt and greater mass displacement along the z-axis creating an enhanced intermediate differential. With extreme amounts of power and dynamics, the PhysiX almost feels like cheating.



Strong just got stronger.

NRG™ has become a staple in Storm’s lineup of coverstocks for nearly a decade. It’s due time for an upgrade! NeX (Nano Extreme) is Storm’s earliest reading cover to date. NeX Solid was remarkably earlier hooking than NRG on any pattern, or any surface we tested it on. Our standardized durability and longevity tests showed NeX created 11% more entry angle and 9.6% more overall hook after 50 shots compared to a fresh NRG cover. Simply put, NeX gives more midlane read than ever WITHOUT sacrificing any backend! Wow.

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KD14
August 10, 2021
Storm ball
I absolutely love this ball
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JonH
May 26, 2021
Great Ball!
This is a very strong ball, it provides a lot of power when it reaches the pocket and has helped me put up higher scores since I got it! This Monday night in leagues I shot my new high series with this bowl and had only one open frame the entire night :(. All in all though, a really great ball, and has even helped me obtain a college scholarship to bowl!
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Zach
April 18, 2021
Fabulous ball
Fabulous ball. Really enjoy the power it brings to my game
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Ashton
April 8, 2021
Very reactive
I like the way it comes back off my hand and typically rolls well on fresh.
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Amity
March 24, 2021
Awesome Ball
it comes back to poket.
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Blake
February 27, 2021
Awesome Ball
I am a lefty and have never thrown an aggressive ball, Tell Now. This ball breaks breaks right in to the pocket with amazing pin action. I stand just on the 5th dot and throw over the 2nd arrow and breaks in every time. Very glade I went with it.
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Nik
February 24, 2021
Strong
Earned a spot in my bag because of how strong it is, I had a strong ball but not like what you will see with this! Just be confident and push the ball out there it will make its way back to the pocket and power through the pin deck better than anything I’ve yet to see!
10/10 love it and would recommend if you need something strong on league night for the first game or two!
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KYLE DAVY
December 28, 2020
Big ball, big shape.
The layout used on my Proton PhysiX is 65 x 5.25 x 30. This is my benchmark layout on all asymmetric pieces.

The Proton PhysiX is able to differentiate itself from other strong solid asymmetric balls by creating a booming motion down-lane even as you move left. This allows it to have play on a variety of conditions, even on your typical house shot. Where other balls in its category will start to burn up and flat 10, the Proton will continue to go through the pins the correct way.
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GLENN WENDEL
December 24, 2020
Proton Physix Review
Ball Specs:
Storm Proton Physix
Coverstock NEX Solid Reactive
Atomic Core (Asymmetrical)
Color Magenta/Black/Violet
Finish 2000-grit
Scent Frosted Cupcake
Layout 4.5 x 4 w/2.5” Buffer

Bowler Specs:
Right Hand. PAP 5” Over 1/2 up
Rev Rate 300. Tilt 20. Rotation 50.
Speed at release 17


Review:
This is the big ball Storm Fans have been waiting for. The look of the ball is great and it rolls even better. The Proton is the biggest hooking ball in my bag edging out my UFO. The proton reads early but has a nice move on the back end. This ball has already been a big seller in our shops. I have a lower rev rate but the Proton Physix is normally too much ball on our house shot even for me. They double oil the first pair in one of the houses I bowl and the Proton was awesome on that tough condition. I even had the front 9 with it then left a stone 9 pin that broke my heart then struck for 279. This ball is also surprisingly forgiving for its strength. I have drilled the Proton Physix for our lower rev rate High School bowlers and they are getting more motion than they ever have. Hook always seems to make folks happy! You just need to know when to put it away. I have tested this ball on a few conditions and if there is enough oil you will not be disappointed. The Proton drives through the rack nice and strong. I feel the Proton is an upgrade on the original Physix because of the back end motion we have seen with this new release. The original seemed much more forward than this one. If you are looking for a heavy oil ball, or bowl on thick sport conditions the Proton Physix is a great choice.

Summary:
The Proton Physix is very strong throughout the whole lane.
The Proton can really open up a lane.
The colors and scent are great.
The Proton is a great choice for heavier oil patterns.

Glenn Wendel
PBA Member
Storm Pro Shop Staff
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Roto Grip Rick
December 13, 2020
Proton Physix by Roto Grip Rick
Storm Proton Physix – layout: 70 x 1 ½ x 60
Tech specs: NeX reactive coverstock – Atomic Core – 2000ab finish
Ball review: When layout out this ball I took into account how much more rev dominate I have become in the past 2 years. So with that we drilled a shorter pin to pap for me to help calm the ball down overall. Anything 3 ½ to 5 ½ pin to pap is way too strong for me for asymmetric cores since my accident over 2 years ago. During the course of practicing and filming for my ball video I found the Proton to be stronger overall than any the Omega Crux that actually had a stronger pin to pap layout. I was thinking that with the 1 ½ inch pin drilling, it would be smooth rolling down the entire lane, but surprisingly I was not. It still saved plenty of energy in the front part of the lane to allow it to recover very nicely in the backend of the lane. Was also able to play straight with less hand and still hold up very well and was also to open up the front angle and still have plenty of strength to strike the pocket pretty hard. This is step up in strength from the new Roto Grip RST-X1 with similar layout.
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Jackie kreig
December 1, 2020
This is the ball I've been looking for. Must fet one.
This is going to be the number one ball out. Storm always makes the best balls.
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Jacob
December 1, 2020
Yes
Good
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JOSH SHOEMAKER
November 24, 2020
Proton Physix!
Hey everyone, this is Storm staff member Josh Shoemaker here again with another ball review for the Proton Physix. As always, I would like to thank Storm for providing the equipment I use every time I step out onto the lanes and Logo Infusion for making sure I always look good no matter what! Today I will be bowling on a standard medium volume 42’ house shot. The Proton Physix features the NEX solid nano based cover found on the Axiom, but is now wrapped around the atomic core. This core boasts an RG of 2.48, Diff of 0.054 and intermediate of 0.017 in #16 lbs respectively. This is the same core that was found in the original Physix and Astro Physix. The Proton comes out of the box with a 3000 matte finish. I fell in love with the original Physix right after drilling it. It was one of my favorite mild asymmetric balls with a medium strength cover that seems like it was always in play. When the Proton was announced to our staff team, I immediately got excited. I was hoping that the stronger NEX cover would retain the amount of shape I saw out of the original Physix on heavier volumes of oil. So far, the Proton hasn’t disappointed. Balls like the Sure Lock and No Rules were staples in my bag for when I needed to open up the lane on heavier house shots or higher volume sport patterns. The Proton allows me to open up my angles when the pattern starts to develop and give away the pocket without sacrificing optimal deflection through the pins. I can see myself hitting the Proton with a fresh 1000 pad and using it on higher volume fresh patterns or letting it lane shine and using it during league to blend the high ratio pattern. When compared to the Omega Crux, the Proton Physix slows down faster and is more continuous downlane as opposed to the Omega Crux being straighter off the end of the pattern. Be sure to support your local Storm VIP pro shop and preorder your very own for the December 4th release!

Review Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBTsh0NuXsQ
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