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Storm Axiom

 3 Reviews

What sets the Storm Axiom apart?

  • Early read for a strong reaction
  • Powers through with continuous backend
  • Resists direction changes down lane
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Storm Axiom

The Storm Axiom is your next statement bowling ball. This ball introduces the Orbital Core and the NeX (Nano Extreme) coverstock which is an upgrade to the NRG coverstock. The NeX Solid reads the lane early like no other but doesn't give up any backend reaction. The Orbital Core has a low RG making it a great match for the early reading NeX coverstock and help the ball resist the urge to change directions down the lane. This ball matches up best on medium to heavy oiled lanes.

  • Color: Sky Blue/Navy/Slate
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: NeX Solid Reactive
  • Fragrance: Blueberry Muffin
  • Core: Orbital (14-16#)
  • Finish: 3000-grit Abralon
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.050 (15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • Hook Potential: High
  • Length: Early
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTAM
  • Product ID: 12527
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls

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6/25/2020
By Luke YT from Topeka, KS
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Storm Axiom Review by Luke Rosdahl

The Axiom is Storm's newest ball in the Master line, it features the new NeX cover, which stands for nano extreme, and the new Orbital core, which features a high density inner ball to help create and maintain a super low RG. Throughout their testing, NeX was shown to be earlier and more durable than any previous nano formulations, and while it'll be a bit before I can get an idea about the longevity, it's definitely strong. However, throughout my several comparison videos, the versatility of the Axiom surprised me, because I thought that's one area it would suffer in due to the strength. It handles angle decidedly better than any other nano cover I've thrown, and the core performs as advertised, creating a motion that's somewhere between symmetric and asymmetric. It winds up better and is more consistent and firm at the breakpoint than the majority of stronger symmetrics, but doesn't have as much torque as most asyms. This gives it a somewhat unique look on the lanes, it acts a lot like a baby UFO. It's not as strong overall, but it shares the same kind of motion.

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5/14/2020
By DJ from Paducah KY
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Love it great ball for anyone. Very smooth.

I'll use this ball alot for heavy oil and medium but not good for light or no oil. But it's my number one.
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3/6/2020
By Christian from Star city
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Attractive, Comfortable Grip, Flawless Surface, Great Weight

Best Uses:

Local Bowling Alley, Tournaments

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I love this ball it is with all the money I payed.

This ball is good for heavy oil patterns I shot many 200's with it the ball is good for playing the extreme edge if you get it drilled pin down.

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How does this ball compare to the Phaze 3

2/24/2020 - By

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This will compare more the the Phaze II. The Phaze III is designed to go longer and this was designed to read earlier on the lanes.

2/26/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Does the ball come in 14 lbs

2/24/2020 - By

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All balls can be 14

2/25/2020 - By Ya boi Dank
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I Roll a back up ball my speed is around 12 I have a problem with oil lane because I roll from the left side of the do you recommend this ball

3/1/2020 - By

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Yes, this could give you a strong hook in medium to heavier oil and it will start reading in the midlane for you.

3/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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how does this ball compare to the phaze 2

3/3/2020 - By

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They are going to have a very similar reaction actually. Both have a solid cover with a 3000 grit finish out of the box. The weight blocks are very similar also so you should see a very similar reaction on the lanes. The Axiom does have a brand new coverstock so this could help give it a slightly stronger reaction on the lanes.

3/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does Storm Axiom compare to the Storm Super Sonic

3/5/2020 - By

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The Axiom will read slightly earlier than the Super Son!Q and the Axiom will be a little stronger as well. They are both rated as upper mid performance balls for medium to heavy oil.

3/10/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this ball compare to the UFO

3/15/2020 - By

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The UFO is considered a high performance ball so it will have a stronger hook potential than the Axiom. The Axiom is also rated for medium to heavy oil while the UFO is strictly for heavy oil.

3/17/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Question:

Have a super Soniq. You said this reads earlier, so I should get overall hook?

3/22/2020 - By

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If you needed this ball to give you an earlier and stronger overall hook then you can drill it with that layout. The Solid coverstock on the Axiom should ready earlier than the Hybrid cover on the Super Son!Q so if they are drilled the same the Axiom will read just a little earlier.

3/24/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I currently have Storm Super Soniq and the Storm Phaze 3. Would the Storm Axiom be a good ball to have in my arsenal.

4/2/2020 - By

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The Axiom would read earlier than the Son!Q or the Phaze III so if you needed something that could give you an earlier read and that may be able handle a little more oil then the Axiom could be a good fit for you.

4/2/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Can I get this ball in 10-12lbs

4/4/2020 - By

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Unfortunately Storm does not have this ball in 10 or 11lbs. We do have 12lbs. This is an upper mid performance ball so in 10 and 11 lbs you will usually lose the performance weight block and they typically do not have the high performance or upper mid performance option that low because you could get a mid performance ball for less money and it would react very similar in most cases.

4/6/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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what I need the axiom if I have a Halo solid coverstock

4/19/2020 - By

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This ball would be a little weaker than the Halo Solid so it works more in medium to heavy oil while the Halo Solid was more for heavy oil only.

4/20/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I have a Halo solid coverstock, would it make sense to get the Axiom in addition? If so, would the Phase III compliment the pair. If not, any suggestions?

4/21/2020 - By

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The Axiom could be an option or the Phaze III could be an option. However, the reaction is very different from the Phaze III and the Axiom. The Axiom will react earlier and smoother on the lane like the Halo Solid but the Phaze III goes longer and reacts later on the lanes. So it depends on what you needed from the next ball.

4/22/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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compare axiom to Iq tour pearl. iq is drilled pin up ove ring finger and drilled partially out

4/22/2020 - By

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The Axiom is going to react earlier on the lanes with a smoother hook potential. The IQ Tour Pearl is designed to read the lanes later and have a sharper backend hook. Also, because the Axiom is able to grip more it can handle heavier oil while the IQ Tour Pearl is more designed for medium only.

4/23/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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thank you for ypour answer.next questions,what kind of reaction could i expect if i drill axiom with pin up over ring finger and have it partially drilled out like my IQ tour,# 2 what kind of reaction if i give it a 1000 grit

4/23/2020 - By

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You would need to talk to your driller to find out what reaction you can expect from the drill pattern. Unfortunately we do not have this information. If you were to dull the finish down to 1000 grit then it would read the lanes earlier and be able to handle heavier oil better.

4/24/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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how is this ball compare to the hammer redemption

4/26/2020 - By

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This would have a more similar reaction to the Redemption Solid because this has a solid coverstock as well and a duller finish. It is not quite as strong as the Redemption Solid because this was an upper mid performance ball while the Redemption Solid is a high performance ball and also the Redemption Solid is slightly duller with a 2000 grit finish versus the 3000 grit on the Axiom so the Redemption Solid reads just a little earlier.

4/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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have iq emerald drilled with pin over ring finger and drilled partailly out,if i put 3000 grit on axiom what can i expect.

4/26/2020 - By

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We are not able to confirm the drilling options and the reactions of the different drilling layouts unfortunately so you may talk to your ball driller before having the ball drilled to confirm which drilling option would give you the desired reaction you are looking for. The Axiom comes out of the box with a 3000 grit finish so it will want to read earlier and have a more gradual hook than the IQ Emerald which was a polished finish and designed to read later on the lanes with a sharper backend hook.

4/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Is this a good 3 ball behind the hammer redemption and omega crux

6/4/2020 - By

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The Hammer Fugitive Pearl or the Storm Phaze III would be a good option which would handle medium oil and would be a good option to have as a backup. The Redemption and Omega Crux are high performance balls meant for heavier oil so you would need a good medium oil option for when the lanes break down.

6/4/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Is this a bad arsenal ufo,omega crux,axiom,astro physix,iq emerald,pitch purple spare

6/4/2020 - By

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You have a wide range of options to cover a lot of lane conditions and to give you different looks on some conditions. For example, you have the UFO and Crux which are your heaviest oil options but the Omega gives you a little more length than the UFO. You have the Axiom and AstroPhysix which work well on medium to heavy oil with the Axiom reading earlier and the Astro reading later. Then you have a decent medium oil option in the IQ Emerald and the lighter to drier oil ball that doubles as a spare ball in the Pitch Purple.

6/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Do you have 14 pound axiom with 500 grit anzalone bowling ball?

7/11/2020 - By

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We show the out-of-the-box finish for this ball to be 3000 grit abralon finish so we do not have a way to get this shipped out at any other finish at this time. You may adjust the finish after you receive the ball to a different grit if you would like.

7/13/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I currently use a Storm T road solid as my benchmark ball on THS. What current Storm ball will give me the closest reaction to the T road solid?

7/20/2020 - By

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The Storm T-Road Solid out of the box was a solid cover with a dull finish. We do not have a lot of options that would compare out of the box to this but you could get a couple of Storm balls that would give you similar features. For example, the Storm Hy-Road X has the same weight block as the T-Road Solid and it has a solid cover but it has a polished finish so you may have to dull the finish down some. Also you have the Storm Phaze II or the Storm Axiom which come out of the box with a duller 3000 grit finish and they have solid coverstocks so they would be more similar out-of-the-box to the T-Road Solid.

7/20/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this ball compare against Storm Pyro and Timeless?

7/21/2020 - By

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I was not able to find a lot of information on the Pyro but for the Timeless it was a high performance ball with a hybrid cover finished with a polish finish. So the Timeless would be a stronger ball overall compared to the Axiom but it would have more length because of the polished finish. The Axiom has a 3000 grit finish on a solid cover so it is designed to read the midlane more and have an arc hook.

7/22/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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