Which snooker cue is best?
Peradon cues are of the highest quality and Peradon have more experience than anyone and Peradon are the oldest cue makers in the world, so if they don’t know how to do it no one does. So if you’re looking to buy a quality snooker cue then you can’t go wrong choosing a Peradon Cue.
What kind of snooker cues do professionals use?
What snooker cues do the professionals use? Most pros use John Parris cues and swear by them. However, they are quite expensive and if you’re a casual player, SnookerZone wouldn’t recommend forking out lots of money on a cue if you’re only playing once in a while.
What kind of cue does Ronnie O’Sullivan use?
What snooker cue does Ronnie O’Sullivan use? Ronnie O’Sullivan has been known to use both Hunt & Osborne and John Parris cues. His cues are often around 58.25 inches in length.
What is the most expensive snooker cue?
The Intimidator Masterpiece Cue – $150,000.00 What would you be willing to pay just to own the most expensive pool cue in the world? The price tag on this one is a whopping $150,000.
What cue tip does John Higgins use?
John Higgins uses 9.75mm. I use between 9.8mm and 10mm, depending on how my cue plays with the tip.
Which cue tip is best?
For maximum durability, consistency and reliability, The Cue Shop recommend the Kamui range. Kamui tips are crafted with ten layers of specially selected pig skin and optimised for maximum humidity resistance and porosity. The Kamui tips feature great chalk-retention which promote tip-grip and prevents miscuing.
What size tip do snooker players use?
9.5mm to 10mm
Snooker Cues: Most snooker cues you will find are now all made to 58 inches in length and vary between 16.5 to 20 ounces. You can get a variety of tip sizes from 9 to 10mm generally with the most popular being around the 9.5mm to 10mm and not many players using below unless they have had the cue for a long time.
How much does a good snooker cue cost?
Is It Worth It?
|Manufacturer||Active Years||Price Range|
|Parris Cues||Active since 1984||$250 – $1000|
|ROBERT OSBORNE||Active since 1987||$150 – $1000+|
|Robin Cues||Active since 2007||$250 – $5000|
|Will Hunt||Active since 1984||$150 – $500+|
What cue tip does Mark Selby use?
MS: I use a 9.5mm tip which is pretty much the standard size for snooker.
What is the best snooker cue to buy?
Snooker Cues We’re proud of our selection of cues from some of the best known names in snooker. Three-quarter jointed snooker cues are our most popular, while centre-jointed snooker cues are more compact when not in use so allow for easier carrying and storage, and purists may still prefer a one-piece snooker cue.
How big is the butt of a snooker cue?
This 57.09″ cue is a blend of both classic and modern design, neatly crafted and having all the necessary features required in a cue to experience tactical play. The 29.3″ sturdy butt is further protected by Rubber butt protector to ensure maximum protection and prolong its life span.
What is a jointed snooker cue made of?
The jointed snooker cue is easily fixed together, made from North American ash and maple, plus it comes in an aluminium cue case, as well as glove and extension – what’s not to love? (AD) CUESOUL 57 Handcraft 3/4 Jointed Snooker Cue with Mini Butt End Extension Packed in Aluminium Cue Case for £69.99 from Amazon – buy here
What kind of snooker cue does Mark Richard make?
Mark Richard 3/4 Piece Handmade Snooker Cue This cue is an example of top-notch artistic work, with a blend of modernism. Cue’s butt design comprises of four secondary Marble Grain Wood splices with face splice and much needed three sets of veneers to enhance its beauty.