The Cue Craft PC10 English pool cue features a straight grain high quality ash shaft, complimented by four bocote shaft splices with red and green veneers. This is hand spliced to the matching butt section, which also features two wedges of cocobolo and four genuine coloured wood veneers. The cue is available in a variety of joint positions, length, weight and tip size via the drop down menus. As standard, the cue is 57" with an 8-8.5mm Elkmaster tip, and features solid brass, quick release joints. Create your perfect cue from the drop down menus, where you can select weight, length, joint and tip size.
These cues are designed and hand made in England and made to order on a 2-3 week turnaround.
|Length||Standard 57" (145cm). Or, select from 55" (140cm) up to 60" (152.4cm)|
|Cue Tip||Standard 8-8.5mm Elkmaster. Or, select from 7.75mm up to 9mm|
|Joint||Select 1 Piece, 2 Piece (centre joint), 3 piece or 3/4 jointed|
|Weight||Select from 17oz up to 19.5oz|
These cues are designed and hand made in England and made to order on a 2-3 week turnaround. When ordering a cue with a tip lower than 9mm Cue Craft have changed the way they taper their cues; in order to provide extra strength to the shaft the taper occurs about 4-5 inches from the tip.
Cue Craft manufacture high quality English-made snooker and pool cues at their factory in Worksop. In addition to their UK made range of products they also supplement the range with some very good standard imported models like the Buxton Set. The Professional and Triumph ranges have become very popular with players that really care about their snooker and pool and require a precision product that can be made to their own specification. Cue Craft allow players to do just that and only use the best possible ebony, rosewood, ash and exotic woods to make a range of stunning cues.
Finance is available when you spend £250.00 or more.
(subject to acceptance) - UK RESIDENTS ONLY
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|Deposit to pay||£|
|Cost of loan||£|
|Total amount payable||£|