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 (7)
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I have been super impressed with the quality of these balls. We use them in a club twice a week and also in a robot and have yet to break one in 6 months. Not quite as consistent as a 3$ ball but last much longer than most new poly balls. Definitely, definitely worth the money
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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