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Parallax Review
« on: August 01, 2020, 10:37:37 AM »
New Cover, New Core, New Excitement! The Parallax, featuring the Traction X7 Hybrid Coverstock matched with the Aeroflow core, will provide a strong asymmetrical ball for those heavy to medium heavy oil conditions.

The design intent was to combine features of 7 of Storms best coverstocks which resulted in the Traction X7. With the Aeroflow core we see the mimic of a weight hole in the core which will help offset the new USBC rule of no weight holes.

There is a lot of chat about how different this shape is from the tech team at Storm and how the Parallax provides a unique reaction against the existing lineup. This ball will most likely be a step down ball from either a strong Asym or Symmetrical solid and when I need to initially begin opening my angles up when there is still a decent amount of oil in the front part of the lane.


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Re: Parallax Review
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2020, 12:14:53 PM »
How about doing a review......when you actually review the ball.......BY THROWING IT!

DUH!! This is useless fodder straight from the Storm press releases!
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Re: Parallax Review
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2020, 02:08:51 PM »
Storm Parallax
Layout – 55 x 5 3/8 x 10
I am always a big fan of shiny pearl/hybrid asymmetrical balls so I was excited to drill this one!  This one for me is as strong as you would expect, I wanted to drill it differently from my Nuclear Cell to compliment it.  My Nuclear is pin down and this is a sky high pin.  I have this ball earlier and stronger than the Nuclear.  I always knock the shine off of our shiny balls when I first get them, I did that on this ball with a 1000 pad to give it some teeth.  This is a perfect ball down from UFO or Physix, should be great in transition, and won’t quit down lane!  Get yours today!


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Parallax Review
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2020, 04:14:21 PM »
The Parallax contains the new Aeroflo core which helps improve core dynamics in today's sport.  Unlike most asymmetrical pearl balls from Storm, the Parallax gives you a little bit of a smoother motion then typically found for this type of ball.  This ball is definitely more ideal when more control of the breakpoint is required but you need a clean coverstock.  Sport patterns and hooking house shots are good for this type of ball reaction.  The New TX7 coverstock gives you the cleanliness of a Hybrid but smoothness of a solid while still allowing for stronger midlane read and continuation.  This will be a good ball if you really like the Physix and Astrophysix because it is more or less a blend of both balls.  When more downlane angle is needed the Astrophysix would be the go to ball but if you need a cleaner but controllable ball after the Physix, the Parallax is the go to ball.  I can see myself using this ball on a wide array of sport patterns and some typical house shots.

Adam Chase
Storm Staff