Not having the ball number on two sides is not good. Some people need to be able to read the ball's number to know what ball it is (color-blind people being one such group). The number on one side of a ball is often either not visible at all or difficult to read.I'm not a fan of the 100 logo on the opposite side and the design of the low numbered balls.
I couldnt find them eitherI couldn't find these photos anywhere in the article. Good job!
Where do you see the colors? All I’ve seen so far are the 8, 9, 1, 15 and the cue ball.I feel like there’s a little bit of form over function. My heart wants the numbers on the balls to be clearly legible. It takes a minor step backward with the logo replacing where the number would be on one side and the numbers on the solid without contrast irks me too.
None of that matters really. I can play just by looking at the colors. I guess I just have a traditional preference on the balls. I’m just hoping to see traditional balls with slightly more vibrant colors.