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Verdict
« on: July 27, 2017, 05:10:31 PM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Deliver your competition their verdict with the Ebonite Verdict high performance bowling ball. This ball introduces the GSV-1 coverstock and Justice core to the Ebonite ball line. The combination of this core and coverstock creates big time mid-lane friction with angularity and continuation at the backend.

Color: Dark Blue/Blue/Green
Coverstock: GSV-1 (Good Stuff Version 1) Pearl
Core: Justice
Finish: 500/2000 Abralon
RG: 2.48 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.055 (for 15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
Reaction: Aggressive Mid-Lane and Backend

 

DeeDotC300

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Re: Verdict
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2017, 02:22:05 PM »
I have thrown the Ebonite Verdict, Ebonite's newest HP bowling ball. I have thrown this on a few THS and a pattern. Ebonite took some proven winners with coverstock and weight block, and made this ball, which will be another winner. I have this drilled pin up, CG in alignment. This ball picks up well in the mid lane, with a nice angle down the lane. The blue/green color combo, with yellow writing gives it eye appeal also. The Verdict is in (literally), go get one 8/8/17!!!

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Re: Verdict
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2017, 12:58:50 AM »
  Had an opportunity to throw this ball at Bowl Expo in Nashville before it was logo'd, and when I saw this ball come to fruition, I already knew it was gonna be good. Left the cover alone, brand new GSV-1 Cover, and put a 50x4x40 on it, and threw it on some fresh house. The continuation and predictability were noticeable, especially when compared to other HP balls. The modified Mav/Warrior core has produced the Justice core which is a very bottom centric core shape.
  Most league bowlers could use this ball on the fresh, with the notion of moving left or changing to the next ball down in their arsenal somewhere trough their set. Tourny players can always fit a ball like this in, and with a cover/layout change maybe a 2nd.

     Zach Endres
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Re: Verdict
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2017, 10:32:55 AM »
LANE CONDITION

Length: 42

Volume:

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS



Wanted to get a few sets in and some practice before writing this because
I think this ball is special.  Talk about a ball that just flat out hooks and does not
quit on the back end.  Maybe it's just me, but this ball seems to carry better than anything
I have in my bad.  Drilled mine pin down so it picks up earlier which allows me to move left on the house
shot patterns where I tend to have an issue with the puddle.  This ball eliminates that issue.  The more I move
left the more it wants to recover.  In the Ebonite line, its easier 5 boards stronger than my Maverick.
The ball also really shines on the sport patterns that I have had a chance to throw it on.  This is a ball any serious
tournament bowler should have. 

Bryan Roth
The Bowling Store and Pro Shop

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Re: Verdict
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2017, 06:25:41 PM »
60x5x70 (Pin under bridge)

I was very excited for this one having been a fan of the Warrior and Maverick line of bowling balls.  What I loved about both lines prior to this one is how consistent and even rolling they were throughout the lane but I could not throw them for very long as they wanted to read the lane so early, they required lots of head oil.

The all new coverstock wrapped around the verdict provides maximum usability without sacrificing the high performance natures of the line.  Having drilled mine pin down, I can easily start with it early in blocks on challenging conditions but this ball is great to start with on your normal league night.  Because of the new coverstock technology, this ball clears the front easily but doesn’t flip off the dry on the “over-walled” house patterns.

This ball is a great compliment to the previously released Matrix as these two balls have been my “HSKs” as of late.  Head to the pro shop and see for yourself!
Jeremy King
Ebonite Amateur Staff 2016-2017

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Re: Verdict
« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2017, 09:03:55 AM »
The Verdict is Ebonite's newest high performance ball. The Verdict introduces a new core and new cover to the line up. This ball is pretty versatile for a high performance ball. It is not the most hooking ball, but is very versatile.
In the box finish, this ball still needs oil up front to roll properly. Without proper head oil, this ball will bleed out on the back. Just add a little shine and it will be fine. If you want to see more hook, don't be afraid to add more surface. It takes that great too.

I drilled mine to compliment my Mako Attack. So I drilled it 40x4.25x45. This gave me a ball that picks up the mid lane very heavy and still corners  some. I didn't want to see this ball hook too much down lane as I want to use more when I keep it in front of me. This is working well.

When compared to other balls in the Ebonite lineup, it is a couple boards less than a Maverick and smoother overall. A great ball down from it will be the Matrix.
Adam Baer
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Re: Verdict
« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2017, 03:20:31 PM »
Check out our complete review and video here:
http://tamerbowling.com/ebonite-verdict-bowling-ball-review/

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Final Thoughts
While the discussion so far might seem a little tough, I can say for sure that the Ebonite Verdict looks fantastic on the right condition or the right surface. We try to highlight the key nuances of ball motion so you understand the characteristics. Our test shot simply doesn’t have the volume for how strong this ball is in terms of midlane read and cover strength and finish. However, having seen it on 2 other occasions, make an adjustment to the surface and the ball comes alive. It doesn’t change the stand up nature of the core but that small cliff becomes some nice amount of room as the ball now gets down lane. Now the carry is quite good. If you plan on picking one up for THS, be patient. Change the surface on it and you will see just how good the Verdict can be.
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