Pool Balls by Brunswick

Here is a set of billiards balls that I am certain that you can have hours of fun playing with. In this post, I am going to be Brunswick Cue Ballsgoing over the Centennial Billiard Balls. And, it’s not going to be coming by any billiards company. Rather, it’s going to coming by a well-trusted and well-respected billiards company by the name of Brunswick.

With a purchase of these set of pool balls, you can be sure that you are playing pool being made with top-of the-line quality of products that you can have hours upon hours of fun and enjoyment. These set of balls have a rating of 5/5 stars from Amazon.

About the Brunswick Centennial Billiard Balls

JM Brunswick & Bro

These set of billiards balls weigh at 6.6 lbs and is shipped by this very weight. In addition, these billiards balls are made and manufactured by Saluc which is a billiards production company based in Belgium. These balls have that authentic feel as they have the shiny finish. It also has the weight as compared to what you see in billiards halls and watching them on sports networks such as ESPN or any broadcasting networks showcasing sporting events.

What I like about these balls is that it has a long durability span. Meaning to say, the balls would last a very long time without much compromise or performance issues. You can drop the balls on the ground (which I hope you don’t purposely do) as much as you want and have no problems with it. These set of balls by Brunswick are made to add years and to give you that long lasting playing satisfaction.

The 100-Year Factor

Did I mention that these balls are “Centennial”. I just wanted to point out that the look and quality of these balls were used around a hundred years ago, hence the name of this product, Brunswick Centennial Billiard Balls. It’s no wonder that these balls was called that in the first place as the look of these balls were indeed played in the early part of the 20th century. The look of this product has the same dimensions as it had a hundred years ago, and it goes to show that not much has changed since then other how it looks to other billiards balls not from other billiards companies.

The Brunswick company strives off of tradition.

Other details…

To give more specifications about this item, here’s what to also expect about the Brunswick Centennial Billiard Balls:

  • Resiliency and balance for hairline accuracy
  • Numbers & colors will not rub off, spot, or fade
  • Superior in both playing quality and appearance
  • Uncompromising craftsmanship
  • Unmatched playability

The Brunswick company tries to set itself apart by being different from other billiards companies by trying to be the best that it can be. You shouldn’t be able to go wrong with the Centennial Billiard Balls. As far as looks being compared to what you see in billiards halls, all the balls look different (excluding the cue ball). There are no fully rounded white circles over the number. The stripe-numbered balls are the ones that look most different. Instead of the number being on the stripe, the numbers are being displayed on a white space on the ball.

About Brunswick

J.M. Brunswick Manufacturing CompanyThe Brunswick Corporation was founded by John Moses (J. M.) Brunswick who worked as an errand boy for a German butcher. In 1845 he founded the J. M. Brunswick Manufacturing Company from Cincinnati, Ohio where he originally intended to be in the business of making carriages.

But, after opening a machine shop, he became fascinated with billiards tables and found this to be a more lucrative business.The rest, then, became history. And, that’s how Brunswick became what it is today. At one point, the company had a slogan as being, “The oldest and most extensive billiard table manufacturers in the United States”.

I have another post where I talked about the Brunswick company where you can read about by clicking here.


Now that I’ve gone over the Brunswick product relating to a billiards product (in this case, the pool balls), how about you add a feedback about this product? What are your thoughts? Please add them in the comments section as I would like to hear what you have to say. Hopefully you’ll enjoy this product.

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      That’s a good question. I did a little research and found out that it costs around $50. I hope this helps

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    Excellent detail, Armand! It seems to be a good start. Let me know if you want to expand it. I think it would be an excellent homework assignment, and I know that there is a ton of learning to be had.

    I’ve been buying Centennial billiard and snooker balls, for a few years now. Do you happen to know much about the Century balls by Brunswick? I just got my first set, and they appear to be new, never used condition. Not a mark on them, and a great shine.

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      Hello Craig! I try my best to put as much important details when it comes to my post. As to answer your question, I have not heard of Century Balls by Brunswick. I’ll take a look at them and perhaps we can talk about that in a later post. Feel free to get in contact with me and we’ll go over a future post. I’ll look forward to hearing from you. Take care!


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    I have heard of the brunswick name, and believe their products are very good quality.

    Tell me as I live in South Africa, is Billiards the same game as pool or is it snooker? I never did figure out the difference.

    My husband plays in a snooker league, and he thoroughly enjoys this weekly outing, but I am not as clued up.

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      Hello Michel. Thank you for the reply to my post on Brunswick Pool Balls. In response to your question about the main difference between pool and billiards is that pool is type of billiards game. In pool (8-ball/9-ball), it is played with a stick, balls, and pockets. Whereas, in billiards, the term includes pool and has other game variants such as snooker, carom, and bumper pool. To give an analogy, think of billiards like it’s a manufacturer like Toyota. Pool would be like a model of Toyota (i. e. Corolla). I found a site where you can read here where it describes the two words as it also goes over other types of “billiards” games as well.

      To your billiards/pool enjoyment


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