Gambler Bullet Platinum 3-Star Balls (2015 polyblended edition) - Pack of 36
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The all new Gambler Bullet Platinum 3 star with hidden seam available in ORANGE. Gambler 40mm balls have consistent weight and bounce. Gambler Platinum has a harder formula that makes them suitable for club or National level USATT sanctioned events.
Gambler Platinum are of the finest quality, made with high density celluloid blended with plastic, utilizing a high pressure production process for excellent roundness and hardness. Platinum balls are superior to most 3 star balls one the market.
Note these balls are now POLYBLENDED - they have plastic incorporated into the celluloid manufacturing process, and while the bounce is very close to the old ball it is a slight change in order to better mimic the bounce of a tournament polyball.
ROBOT USERS: These balls are TRUE 40mm and will not cause ball jams like the 40+ as these balls are still classified as celluloid, and hold true to the 40mm standard.
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Reviews of Gambler Bullet Platinum 3-Star Balls (2015 polyblended edition) - Pack of 36 (6)
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Terrible balls!!! Absolutely do not buy these! The balls are way too light and plays like a crappy 1 star ball. I used them for training and just after 2 days of using it I want to throw them away.
some of the balls are good, some are bad, for the price, it's worth it for practice balls.
I bought 144 yellow Platinum 3 star balls for $60 a week ago. Surprisingly, it caused my Rob-Bong machine jam. Found that this ball is uneven in terms of hardness. Part of the ball is very soft. Then I checked all of the balls, and found only 60 of the 144 are relatively even hard, meaning 42% can be considered as 3 star. Most of them just like 1 star ball. Disappointed. For the 60 good balls the actual price is about $1.00/each. Not too bad.
You can't beat them for the price. Although it says USATT, it's softer than other three star balls that I've played with like Butterfly and Nittaku. I can't give them 5 stars because they are not the best balls on the market. However, considering the fact that Nittakus are over $2 per ball, and these are less than $.50, I'll take Gamblers any day because I hardly noticed much difference when playing with them. I suppose people should use Nittakus and Butterflies for tournaments, but for everyday use, I think these are just fine.
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