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stormed1

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Halo Vision
« on: June 25, 2019, 05:16:09 PM »
Halo Vision

COLOR: Gold/Sky Blue//Purple
COVERSTOCK: eTrax-H19™ Hybrid
CORE: Centrum™
FINISH: 4000-grit Pad
REACTION: Medium Length w/ Smooth Continuous Backend
LANE CONDITION: Medium/Heavy to Heavy Oil
WEIGHTS: 12-16 lbs.
RELEASE DATE: 8/5/19
STREET DATE: 8/9/19
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SprayNpray

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Re: Halo Vision
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2019, 06:07:17 PM »
Yeah man it is all relative.  My house shot is 39 ft and 29 ml.  We are in AZ, so the shot plays super slick to start, then transitions at lightning speed due to the desert climate.

Many nights I start out with the Sure Lock and end with the Hyroad or a weak pearl.  By the 3rd game.

We have several touring pros and some top regional players in our house all the time and they pretty much all start out on the house shot with the big balls because it is so hard to get anything to read on fresh.  The mechanic puts an oob outside 4 or so so it plays pretty tight for a house shot.

Your words about the Halo Vision tell me it is going to fit our house shot very well.  Btw SuperSoniq for me in that house is an amazing matchup.

People too easily forget that what is true for one person about a ball may be entirely different for another person based on a million variables.

Matt C

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Re: Halo Vision
« Reply #17 on: August 08, 2019, 09:15:00 AM »
Picked up a Vision for my son for Sport shot tournaments.

16mph off hand.  275ish revs.

Unlike his Super Soniq which hits the mids then just pukes.. the Vision does as advertised.  Decent length with a very aggressive back end motion.  Just what he needed for the longer sports patterns that he typically struggles on

Luke and others have mentioned that there is no way the cover is 4k, but his didnt have that real chalky look.. and after 2 or 3 games it looked more like 4k.
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BeerLeague

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Re: Halo Vision
« Reply #18 on: January 16, 2020, 07:46:37 AM »
I couldn't help myself ... I had to get a Halo Vision.  There seems to be at least 2 on every pair in one of my leagues and it seems a lot o people carry one.  I was concerned it would overlap the Physix. ......... UH NO !!

The 2 balls are not even in the same camp.  The Physix is one of my favorite balls.  It makes a nice rolly move and is very controllable. The Halo Vision is a BEAST.  Where the Physix would not make the corner, the Vision plows thru.  I think the Physix is earlier and gradual where the Vision longer and stronger.  Nice job Roto !!!  Looks like an excellent core/cover matchup.  Now I just need to fins enough oil to use it more that one game :)