Sunday, 15 July 2012

Some more cue stick manufacturers

These are some more quality cue sticks from different manufacturers. These sticks have also been tested by lots of league and professional players, and will provide you and your snooker gang hopefully with years, if not decades of fun.



  1. Some cheap yet effective cue sticks having ebony, rosewood and ash butts and sports grade ash and maple shafts by Cannon and ranging from 35$ to 50$ are good for starters in my opinion. Though not as effective as other cues in terms of various important factors such as squirt, wood quality etc., this stick is great for when you just want to have a good time with family or friends. Good if you are just starting or for practicing masse shots, jump shots, if you are short on cash :)
  2. Peradon cues range from $70 to around $200 and come in a wide range of beautifully crafted sticks. Choose them if you would like to really customize your cue settings in such a budget. These come in ash and ebony, have better butt decorations and accuracy than the cheaper versions
  3. If you can spend from $170 to $270, you can get your hands on Mastercraft ebony and / with ash cues. They are a little higher on quality than the Cannon cues and have more features such as choice of 1 piece, 2 piece or 3/4 piece. They also come with 6" ebony mini butts. You can customize your cue by clicking on the link below.
  4. The next level of cue sticks is Acuerate cues which are priced from $300 to $400. Aptly priced, they have ultra low throw technology which is a result of more than 25 years of research by the legendary coach, yes you guessed him right, Chris Henry, the coach of maybe even more legends to come. These are powerful sticks, with very low cue ball squirt. These masterpiece sticks, if taken care of properly, can last you a lifetime.
  5. You can also build your custom cue by going to Maximumbreak-snooker-store.com's custom cue designer page, for as low as $100. These are also very good cues, and will also last you quite long if you take good care of them.


All these cues are a selection from maximumbreak-snooker-com. Unfortunately, their sign up links are not working so I cannot guide you to their specific products. Let us see if in future this problem is resolved, else I can post links here from ebay or some other shop having a reputation of providing genuine goods and best price. 

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