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Storm Omega Crux

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How will the Storm Omega Crux help my game?

  • Shines in frictionless environments
  • Greater margin for error
  • Maximizes performance on today's lanes
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Storm Omega Crux

Storm has brought back the Catalyst Core in the Storm Omega Crux high performance bowling ball. This popular core has been known for its unmatched power, increased entry angle, as well as allowing more room for drilling error due to dynamic asymmetrical design and vertical cavity technology. The GI-20 Pearl coverstock used in this ball stands for Game Improvement 2020. This special coverstock was specifically designed to improve performance in the modern difficult bowling environment. The GI-20 Pearl Reactive coverstock used on the Omega Crux is best used on heavier oil conditions and has a really good skid, hook and then roll reaction. This ball can recover for almost anyplace on the lane.

  • Color: White/Copper/Graphite
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Catalyst (Asymmetrical)
  • Coverstock: GI-20 Pearl Reactive
  • Finish: 3000-grit Abralon
  • RG: 2.50
  • Differential: 0.052
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • Fragrance: Cinnamon
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTOZ
  • Product ID: 12484
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls

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3/5/2020
By from Fulton, Missouri
5/5 Stars
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Storm Omega Crux

Storm Omega CruxLayout: 4 X 4 X 2 Storm Vector LayoutRev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotationTesting Information: 41-foot THS (medium to light volume)Kegel Machine - Brunswick AnvilaneThe Storm Omega Crux (OC) is a new release in the Premier line. The Premier line has a long history of producing some of the best releases to date. The OC fits the bill. The OC utilizes the Catalyst Core, the same core used throughout the Crux series. The Catalyst Core is wrapped in the new GI-20 pearl reactivecoverstock. I have been able to use the OC on some senior house pattern tournaments and have been impressed. The recovery and carry have been the two most impressive features. A lot of balls have the recovery but don't carry. The OC possesses both qualities. During one recent senior tournament, I had 5 different instances when the messenger flew across the pin deck in the air and took out the 10-pin. Wow! I am not even a high rpm guy. The OC will be able to be used as your 1A or 1B tournament ball. I don't see it being effective late in a tournament unless you shine it, which I have seen and it looks good shined. The OC is a longer, stronger version of the Crux Prime in my opinion.Continue to bowl up a Storm!Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop to order yours.#Stormnation

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Question:

What is the ball action (long and snap,etc)

1/24/2020 - By

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The Omega Crux is best used on heavier oil conditions and has a really good skid, hook and then roll reaction.

1/24/2020 - By
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How does this ball compare to the crux prime?

1/25/2020 - By

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They have the same weight block but the Omega has a pearl cover to give it more length while the Prime had a solid cover to react earlier. The length is really the only difference.

1/29/2020 - By
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I start with the crux prime on fresh oil and then switch to my crux pearl. Would the omega crux be a replacement for the pearl crux?

2/8/2020 - By

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While the Omega Crux has a pearl cover and this does give it some length, it has a duller finish out of the box and it would read earlier on the lanes than the Crux Pearl which was a polished finish. The Omega would fit in between the Crux Prime and Crux Pearl in terms of performance and length.

2/11/2020 - By
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i have an Alpha Physix .. does this roll much different ?

2/10/2020 - By

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This will give you more length than the Alpha Crux because it has a pearl cover and the Alpha was a solid cover. They are both rated for heavier oil and give a very strong hook potential.

2/11/2020 - By
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when is the ball coming out?

2/16/2020 - By

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This ball is showing t be released 2-21-2020.

2/19/2020 - By
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How does this ball relate to the physix's? Phaze 3?

2/21/2020 - By

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This would have a very similar reaction to the Physix. They have the same finish out of the box but the Physix has a hybrid cover while the Omega has a pearl coverstock. The Pearl cover will give the Omega a little more length but not much difference. The Phaze 3 would be weaker overall and it is more suited for medium oil. Also the polished finish of the Phaze III makes it go even longer than the Omega.

2/25/2020 - By
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I have the Ebonite Choice solid, do this ball can give me more length on the line?

2/25/2020 - By

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This will have more length than the Choice Solid due to the Pearl coverstock on the Omega and also due to the slightly smoother surface finish at 3000 grit versus the Choice Solid which was 2000 grit.

2/26/2020 - By
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I have the Crux Prime for heavier oil but need to replace my Crux (original) and Lights out which I use for drier conditions. What would you recommend to replace them?

3/7/2020 - By

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Since you have a Crux Prime for you Heavier oil ball you may want to get something like the Storm Phaze III to work in medium oil and then something like the Storm Match Up Hybrid as your light oil ball. This could cover most of your conditions.

3/10/2020 - By
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With this bowling ball being asymmetrical, would it be better suited for high or low ball speed? And high or lower rev?

3/15/2020 - By

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If your rev rate matches your speed then you should be fine. Also, if you are a rev dominant player then this would also work fine because it does get good length down the lane before reacting. If you have a high ball speed and a low rev rate there may be better options that can start hooking earlier on the lanes to give you more hook potential.

3/18/2020 - By
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