Hazmat Solid


More Traction and Hook Overall!

The Hammer line hasn’t had a core and cover combination like this since the Dark Web, and this one was worth waiting for. The new Hazmat Solid will provide a big mid-lane read and continuation needed for medium to heavier oil conditions. Hazmat has delivered great results on medium conditions where bowlers need great length and backend from a symmetric ball; this Hazmat Solid is the ultimate compliment to the line, adding more traction and hook overall due to the strong core and Semtex Solid cover with a strong 2000-grit Siaair finish.

BALL SPECS

  • PERFORMANCE Upper Mid
  • PART NUMBER 60-108167-93X
  • COLOR Onyx / Lime / Purple
  • CORE Hazmat
  • COVERSTOCK Semtex Solid
  • COVER TYPE Solid Reactive
  • FINISH 500, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • WEIGHTS 16-12 Pounds
  • LANE CONDITION Medium to heavy oil
  • REACTION Strong mid-lane and backend
  • WARRANTY Two years from purchase date
  • RELEASE DATE July 11, 2024

RG / DIFF

  • 16 lb - RG (2.492) DIFF (0.048)
  • 15 lb - RG (2.479) DIFF (0.055)
  • 14 lb - RG (2.501) DIFF (0.055)
  • 13 lb - RG (2.585) DIFF (0.040)
  • 12 lb - RG (2.608) DIFF (0.040)

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    Chris Monroy
    Hammer Hazmat Solild

    Introducing the Hammer Hazmat Solid- formally introduced yesterday. The new Hazmat Solid features the same core found in the original Hazmat but this time with a Semtex Solid cover colored in onyx, lime and purple. Box finish is 2000 Siaair. Mine is drilled with my favorite pin down layout, 60 x 5 x 70. I have tried the Hazmat Solid on THS and a variety of sport patterns.

    For some of my favorite symmetrical core balls for fresh or for benchmark purposes, I generally like to see lower RG/medium to higher diff balls. I loved the original Track Stealth and the original Brunswick Knock Out. I also had success with the Hammer Dark Web Hybrid. So, when I saw a solid version of the Hazmat, I was very intrigued. I've been looking for a ball with that type of core/cover match up to have strong benchmark symmetrical core options. The Hazmat Solid did not disappoint. It is indeed that heavy rolling strong arc type shape that I was looking for. The video tells the story and truth be told, I missed it a little at the bottom and still slapped the 10 pin. While I haven't tried it yet, I will be trying different surfaces to see the Hazmat Solid's versatility. But I think this is that benchmark look I've been seeking to replace the Stealth for example and I will be looking forward to drilling another one with a pin up layout to create a different shape. I think it will complement some of the stronger asymmetric pieces I have and the weaker symmetric pieces.

    The Hammer Hazmat Solid is readily available. See your pro shop for more information.

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    Juan Fonseca
    Big Sym for tournaments

    The Hazmat Solid is a bump up from the Dark Web Solid from the past, but in that ball motion range. I found it about a 4/3 move in on the fresh daily pattern I see. This is a big Sym for med-heavy to heavy volumes. I really like the motion which is earlier and stronger than the original Hazmat drilled the same 4-3/4” x 30° (PAP 5-1/4" x 1/4"^). Higher ball speed bowlers who like playing near or in the friction will like this ball. The possibility of adding a touch of compound or polish should make the backend quicker. Don’t expect too much of an angular change, but if the Hazmat Solid starts too early, it is an option. I see this as a great tournament option. Photo shows flare separation.

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    Customer
    Strongest Symmetrical I've ever thrown

    Drilled mine 60x4x20, which the same as my Dark Web, I heard this one was going to be comparable to and the results were........NOT EVEN CLOSE!! Out hooked my Dark Web by 15 boards! If you're looking for a strong symmetrical solid this is the one, very smooth, strong and continuous!!

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    Bob Reed
    Hazmat Solid

    Okay, I know you have all heard this before. This ball is truly amazing. I drilled it strong as I have been doing with all my equipment and it goes through the front part of the lane smooth and picks up in the mids with plenty of stored energy at and through the pins.
    It is a big compliment to my Hazmat pearl and my Envy Tour.

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    Customer
    Strongest Symmetrical in my bag!

    There will be a lot of comparisons to the Dark Web series from “Hammer-heads”, but it’s no comparison for me: This one has so much more continuation from inside angles for my game! It’s predictable enough to blend a wet/dry house shot, while having the shape we all desire for sport. Great piece when my Envys are too early, and my Scorpions aren’t quite early enough.