BILLIARD Why Aramith billiard balls make the difference 4 months ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 499 The Aramith ball sets are the reference, used in virtually all events and tournaments worldwide, whether in pool, snooker, carom or other disciplines. For several decades Belgian Aramith Billiard balls have enjoyed a legendary reputation for outstanding endurance and uncompromised quality. Used by over 85% of players worldwide, they are recognised as the reference of the industry. Made by Saluc in Belgium, Aramith excellence is the result of a high-tech process that combines the unmatched characteristics of Aramith resin with fine Belgian craftsmanship. Their consistently reliable performance guarantees players the pleasure of razor-sharp precision. Their exceptionally long product life offers the table owner the lowest ball cost on an annual basis. That is how Aramith for almost half a century gained its legendary reputation as signature for true and unrivalled quality. Why are Aramith balls considered the best in the world? 1. Optimal rebound The unique molecular structure and elasticity of the Aramith resin assure optimal rebound for a perfect control of every shot and reduce more than others the risk for kicks. 2. The ultimate in balance The perfect homogeneity of the material in the plain as well as in the numbered part of the ball guarantees perfectly true and accurate roll. 3. Very strong & scratch resistant Withstands over 50 times more impacts and is far more scratch resistant than other balls. Holds its high gloss polish longer than any other ball. 4. Less marks on cloth and balls Resists at the instant friction temperature of 482°F/ 250°C when the ball slips into motion. No abrasion or flat spots on the ball that accumulate dirt and wear the cloth ! 5. Extra long life Easily maintained with the Aramith ball cleaner, the Aramith balls will last up to five times longer than any other ball (UP TO 40 YEARS in case of home use). 6. Worldwide endorsement Pratically all billiards tournaments worldwide exclusively use Aramith balls, and every day, an estimated 3 to 4 million professional and amateur players play with Aramith. If you want to know more about Aramith Ball, please click HERE Iwo BulskiIssues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Aramith, billiard balls, Saluc Continue Reading Previous UK Gambling ad ban could kill sports like Snooker or DartsNext Ivan Simonis cloth – billiard cloth the best of the best More Stories BILLIARD E-play Africa is back with the mid year billiard championship in Uganda. 3 weeks ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD UGANDA Bwanika Mansoor and Mutesi Rashidah wins the 2021 grand open championship of Billiard since last year 3 months ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD UGANDA The opening of Billiard activities in Uganda has started with the PAU Grand open championship. 3 months ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD EXPERTS A history of the game of Billiards 3 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD McDermott cues 3 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD Ivan Simonis cloth – billiard cloth the best of the best 3 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD WORLD NEWS UK Gambling ad ban could kill sports like Snooker or Darts 4 months ago Szarlot BILLIARD What’s the Difference Between Pool and Billiards? 5 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD Billiard Cues Market – Impact and Trend Report to 2024 5 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD NIGERIA SPPA launches Chinese 8-Ball Pool set for tournaments in Nigeria 5 months ago Iwo Bulski BILLIARD NEWS UGANDA Uganda pool cranes win East and Southern Africa championships 2021 in Zambia 5 months ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD EXPERTS UGANDA E-Play Africa sponsors in Billiard Christmas cup in Uganda 6 months ago Fahad Luyzburg Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.