Ebonite Vital Sign Digitrax Analysis

Ebonite Vital Sign Digitrax Analysis

Ebonite Vital Sign Digitrax Analysis

Ryan Hauck is our tester for the Ebonite Vital Sign.  The testing was performed on a medium-medium/heavy house shot.

Ryan launches at 17.25 mph and the ball enters the pocket at 15.5 mph.  He’s targeting around 16 at the arrows out to 8 at the breakpoint to 44 feet.  The ball is generating 5.67 degrees entry angle.  While Ryan is generally capable of getting a clean reaction through the heads, the breakpoint is a little longer than other balls he has tested.  The pattern is a little heavier than a typical house shot.  Nevertheless, don’t be fooled.  The Vital Sign is actually quite a strong, yet versatile ball.  The core dictates much of the ball reaction.  It revs easily in the mids and you can see it pick up.  The balance is a strong, yet controllable backend reaction.  Because of the core strength, it makes a pretty consistent move on the backends.

The Hook power tends to be a number you can use when comparing equipment.  Compared to the 900 Global Raw Profit and Hammer Swagga, at 50 and 54 respectively, the 61 Hook Power is a good indicator just how much strength this ball has.  Coupled with it’s controllability, many people will like this ball.

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