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The Storm Axiom Pearl continues the line of statement bowling balls. This ball uses the same Orbital Core as the original solid version and the NeX (Nano Extreme) Pearl coverstock which is an upgrade to the NRG coverstock. The NeX Pearl reads the midlane and produces an impressive backend. The Orbital Core doesn't require much from the bowler to get it reved up early. This ball matches up best on medium to heavy oiled lanes.
Nice late reaction, great low pin action
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
The Axiom pearl is the newest pearl release in the storm line. This ball is a perfect compliment to the original solid. I absolutely loved the solid and was excited to get the pearl and it did not disappoint. It has the same ball motion as the solid which lets me switch and play the same area when they start to burn up. I had to hit the cover with a 3000 pad just because I wanted it to see the lane a bit sooner during league play. The axiom pearl is a must have
Best ball I’ve had in along time
Great ball for too start with
Works great on many conditions
Overall a great go to ball when you start with a ball that you think it will the ball to start with.
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What is the difference between Axiom Pearl and the Trend and the Hy-road?
For starters they are all in different classes. The Hy-Road is a mid performance, the Axiom Pearl is upper mid performance, and the Trend is high performance. The Trend and Axiom have similar length with both having a pearl coverstock that is polished but the Trend is stronger. The Hy-Road has a hybrid cover which will read a little earlier than a pearl coverstock but it is weaker overall than the other two.
Will this ball match good with the Storm Phaze III
This will be verify similar to the Phaze III in some ways but it will give you more length and a sharper backend hook. But they are very comparable with only a slight difference in the length.
Will this ball fit into or with HyRoad X and the IQ Emerald?
This will be stronger than the IQ Emerald actually but it has similar length to the IQ Emerald. It goes longer and has a stronger backend hook to allow it to work in medium to heavy oil while the Emerald was more for medium oil. The Hy-Road X will also have decent length but it is weaker still than the Emerald so it is more for medium to lighter oil.
I have a friend that absolutely loves his storm frantic. Can you tell me if you have a current storm ball that would closely compare to the frantic?
If you can still find the Roto Grip MVP in stock in the weight you want that would be the closest comparison currently. From Storm the Frantic fits between the Storm Electrify Hybrid and the Storm Hy-Road. The Hy-Road is a little stronger but the Electrify Hybrid is a little weaker. Hope this helps.
Will this ball be able to handle more oil on the lane then the Storm Iq Nano Pearl
With a polished finish on the Axiom Pearl and a duller finish on the IQ Nano Pearl I would lean more to the IQ Nano Pearl handling heavier oil better.
How does the axiom pearl differ from the axiom and which would be the better upgrade from the storm agent
The Axiom Pearl gives you more length than the original Axiom. The Storm Agent also had a pearl cover with a polished finish so it would act very similar to the Axiom Pearl.
How well does this ball compare to the Hy-Road Pearl and Trend?
This would fit right between both options. This is weaker than the Trend but stronger than the Hy-Road Pearl but they all have similar length.
I have a storm intense fire ball since I can't get it no more what ball is close to it
The Storm Intense Fire would fit somewhere between the Storm Phaze III and the Storm Parallax. The Phaze III having a little less hook potential and the Parallax having a slightly stronger hook potential. But both with very similar length and reactions to the Intense Fire.
What is the difference between Axiom Pearl and the Astro Physix?
The Axiom Pearl is an upper mid performance ball with a symmetric weight block while the Astrophysix is a high performance ball with an asymmetric weight block. The AstroPhysix will have a stronger hook potential.
How would this compare to the IQ tour?
This ball will give you more length than the IQ Tour and have a sharper backend. They are both going to work well in medium oil. The IQ Tour has a slightly duller finish out of the box which helps it handle a little heavier oil at times.
I loved the dv8 diva and i am purchasing the storm axiom pearl. Do u think i will like axiom pearl as much as liked the diva
Yes, they will have a very similar length and great backend hook. The Axiom Pear will actually have a stronger reaction on the backend which helps it work up into some heavier oil at times while the DV8 Diva was mostly medium oil and some lighter oil conditions.
I have a Storm Match Up Pearl and looking for a harder hitting ball. Will the Axiom Pearl give me more length and and sharper angle?
The Axiom Pearl will have a stronger hook potential which will help it work better in medium to heavier oil while the Match Up Pearl was more for medium to lighter oil conditions. They will have similar length but the Axiom will be stronger on the backed which is how it is able to work in more oil.
Can I use this ball fr 10 pin n 7 pin
This ball is designed to be a strike ball and has hook potential so it may be hard to get certain spares with this ball. I would suggest getting a plastic ball for spare shots because that will give you the straightest shot possible to get those corner pins.
How would you compare this ball to the proton physix
This ball will react very different from the Proton Physix. The Proton Physix is a high performance ball for heavier oil only with a duller finish to read earlier in the mid lane for a smooth arcing hook. The Axiom Pearl is an upper mid performance ball so it will be a little less hook potential overall compared to the Proton Physix. Because of this it is more for medium to heavy oil and the polished finish helps this ball read the lanes later to have a more angular backend hook.
HyRoad Pearl vs Axiom Pearl?
The Hy-Road Pearl is a mid performance ball designed to work in medium oil conditions while the Axiom Pearl is an upper mid performance ball and can work in medium to heavy oil conditions because it is a little stronger. They will have similar length on the lanes because both are pearl coverstocks with a polished finish.
Will Storm Max pair good with this?
The Storm Hy-Road Max will have a much different reaction than the Axiom Pearl. The Axiom Pearl is designed to go long on the lanes and have a sharp backend hook while the Hy-Road Max is a duller finish designed to read the midlane with a continuous arcing hook. If you wanted to have two different options for medium and some medium to heavy oil then this would work but if you needed a ball to transition to after the Axiom Pearl was becoming too aggressive you may do better to transition to the Hy-Road Pearl in lighter oil.
Can I order a certain pen Distance
Due to the time it takes to produce the Storm Axiom Pearl ball it will ship in immediately. We cannot ship this ball outside the United States.