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Allure and Omni from Brunswick Family
« on: February 17, 2020, 08:55:20 PM »
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Length: 43 ft


Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


Likes: These are the first EBI balls coming out of the Brunswick Factory of Brands. I will review both the Allura and the Omni since I did a video comparing the two. 

16.9 MPH
400-430 RPM
10 degree tilt
PAP 4 7/8 by 5/8 up

The Omni is a very strong Assymetrical solid ball, so it should NOT be compared to the V2. It is really a smooth ball but reads the mid lane very strong.  It will need some oil to keep the energy in the ball.  I drilled mine 45x4.75x35.  I really loved the strong move in the mids, I really expect to use this ball on longer patterns. 

The Allure is really clean through the midlane, but make a really dramatic move in the back.  This is your goto ball during league night, but make no mistake this ball is not weak by no means.  Over the course of the night, I really had to stay aggressive so that the ball didn't read too early.  I was able to continue moving left to circle the lane and get the ball to recover without any problem.  Drilled this ball 45x4.25x35

Dislikes: Omni can burn up if there is not enough head oil.  I really couldn't throw this ball straight.  The Allure cover is much stronger than advertised.  The ball pushed me left pretty early in the night.  I would have drilled it less aggressive. 


Sean Friendly
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