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Storm Axiom Pearl
« on: November 16, 2020, 12:38:10 PM »
Holy freaking cow. This ball is GOOD. I was skeptical because the Axiom wasn't my favorite out of the box. It took some time and effort for me to understand the characteristics of the Axiom. The Axiom Pearl is a MONSTER. Immediately out of the box this ball was pretty clean and provided consistent motion off of the breakpoint. Because the cover base is NeX, you won't see a violent downlane motion. Instead, you'll find a clear and more forward motion than most of our pearls. The Axiom Pearl is really a home run. I was able to use it a few weeks back to shoot my very first PBA 300! It gave me easy length and controllable downlane motion on the long pattern we were bowling on.


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Re: Storm Axiom Pearl
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2020, 10:12:30 AM »
The Axiom Pearl features the NeX pearl coverstock and symmetric Orbital core.  NeX Pearl is the strongest pearl formula in the catalog, and is nano based, so while polish and the pearl helps it clear the fronts, itís still fairly strong and on the smooth side for a pearl.  The Orbital core comes in at a 2.48 RG and .050 differential in 15 pounds, itís very early rolling, strong, and slightly forward rolling.   Itís deceptively strong for how easy it gets down the lane and how smooth it is, but it gets traction through quite a bit more oil than something it seems to be similar to like a Trend or an Idol Pearl.  The Axiom Pearl has quickly become a bowler favorite, netting some huge scores because of its balanced blend of shape, control and hook.  With 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, for hook potential I rate it a 7, for length I rate it a 6, and for backend I rate it a 6.
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