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By Stroker from Reno, NV
Strong on Medium to short oil
When my Omni starts breaking too early, I can go to my Allure and get a clean reaction through the heads and a strong continuous backend of the midlane. It is not skid flippy, definitely has more control.
I would not recommend the Allure for heavy long oil patterns, that is when I would use the Omni!
By Trackbowler Bob from Pacifica
The Ebonite Allure is a nice first pearl at the new plant.
I was able drill up one of the new Ebonite Allure balls this week. Word on the street was this ball would be a replacement for the Rhodman Pearl by Hammer. The coloring is very similar being purple & silver with yellow writing but for me that is kind of where the similarities ended. ( Both gorgeous 8) For me, the Rhodman is a smoother more forward rolling ball. The Allure is slightly longer and more angular once it reads the friction. It goes through the pin deck very strong. I would be more likely to leave a stone 9 pin than a 10 the way this ball crushes through the pocket. Very nice first pearl by Ebonite under the Brands of Brunswick.