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HSBAIS Billiard Set 2-1/4 Inch Pool Table Balls Regulation Size,

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HSBAIS Billiard Set 2-1/4 Inch Pool Table Balls Regulation Size,

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Product description

Size:57.2mm

Billiard balls are crafted from pure phenolic resin, providing exceptional scratch and impact resistance. Phenolic resin is proven to last up-to 5 times longer than balls made of polymers or polyester.

Billiard balls adhere to the most stringent specifications in the industry, ensuring superior playability and durability. They are constructed with perfect roundness and balance, uniform weight and hardness, brilliant colors and a friction resistant roll.

Each ball is regulations size, measuring 2-1/4" in diameter. This complete set of 16 balls includes 8 solids, 7 stripes and a cue ball.

With the particular polyresin formula and our precision design standards, to eliminate the rogue variables that could be the difference between victory and defeat.

It is an expert in polyester resin billiard balls,features a hardened fade-resistant luster technology coating for superior scratch resistance and long color life.Quality control for size, roundness, density, balance, weight, color, and hardness. ensuring superior playability and durability.

Our production process are rigorously controlled for:

Consistent Weight
Perfect Balance
Standard Diameter
Roundness
Hardness
Physical Appearance
Crisp Color
Glossiness

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