Eye squash balls. They’re all the same size, but as with other brands of squash balls, there’s a range of bounciness.
Double yellow | Single Yellow | Red | Blue | Pink
“competition / very low bounce”:
“advanced / low bounce”:
“progress / high bounce”
“beginner / very high bounce”
“junior beginner / extra high bounce”
I bought a box of the double dot, and the first few of these felt kind of okay, but suddenly we opened one that was extremely bouncy??!! I have trashed the remaining as there is not reason to continue, as i and going back to Dunlop.
Quite disappointing, but I guess if you get use to them, they will work.
but for sure nothing like the dunlop balls.
I agree with the comment from Rasmus, they are horrible. We have used these for some time and also in my opinion and experience, they are nothing like squash balls from Dunlop or even other we have tried.
I dont know anything about the rackets but for sure, steer clear of the balls!!!
Jorge Santos says
Actually, Eye is not producing their own squash balls like other manufacturer. They just buy OEM balls from a Taiwan manufacturer, so there is no technology like Dunlop, as you may expect. Dunlop has their own factory at the Philippines. For tournaments I really did not hear that anyone used anything else than Dunlop.
In my understanding, Eye is just a “purchase” company and not really developing their own stuff. The rackets are definately the same frames as some of the other OEM brands like Grays, Saxon and Pro Supex I know, not that anything is wrong with this, but Eye is trying to market these rackets as high price brand making it a crappy purchase – just look at the vlite 120. Over 100 pound for this???
Stay away – the double yellow has been the official tournament ball in Denmark for the past year and in my and many others opinion, they’re really crappy.
Dunlop’s double yellow has been the ball for years in DK, but these balls from Eye have much more bounce and most of them last for a really really short time. It has been a really big issue here, so I believe that much people just buy the regular and trustworthy Dunlop ball.