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Using a new breed of cue technology, shafts are available in either North American Ash or Warp Resistant Shielded (WAP) technology to keep the moisture out of the shaft. The Hybrid butt section is a moulded polyurethane grip, designed for enhanced traction control during the cueing action. The softer material also means there is less potential for moisture build-up during play.
RRP: from £73.57
This 57” white fibreglass cue, with blue and gold front splice decals, is resistant to atmospheric conditions and protected against dents, the elements and warping. The cue features a 10mm tip with brass ferrule, quick-release brass joint and leather buffer.
Cues endorsed by World Champions, Legends consists of limited edition three-piece cues combining the latest in contemporary detail with traditional style and quality. Featuring the company’s WAC Plus system, which allows players to adjust the weight and balance of their cue according to playing styles, this range is limited to only 1,000 cues each year in either Ronnie O’Sullivan, Shaun Murphy, John Higgins or Ken Doherty designs.
RRP: From £88.89
The butt of this 57” Tournament 2-piece cue is made from four-hand splices of Rosewood, each with long black and blue veneer inlays. The premium Ash shaft, with matching straight grains and clear feathering, is teamed with a precision-engineered, quick-release joint. The cue is finished with a leather buffer, brass ferrule and 10mm tip.
Designed to bring a contemporary style to a traditional product, the Moderno features dynamic butt graphics and is available in a range of different price points to suit all pockets. Moderno box sets are also available, consisting of four colour art boxes, with either cue and matching Moderno case or smart extender.
RRP: from £25.03
TV and snooker have been good for each other. The sport is one of the easier to televise and with the colour contrasts and the disparate personalities involved it has attracted an audience which spreads across all demographic groups. A match keeps an audience for a long time and indeed snooker fills the schedule very nicely. That heavy exposure has brought the sport to many and nothing beats TV coverage for prompting the "I fancy a go at that" mentality. Off the back of TV coverage comes sponsorship and the heavy hitters have major players associated with them. Certainly the younger end of the market are heavily driven by the brands the stars use.
Founded in 1885 Peradon are the world's longest established cue manufacturing company, and were first to introduce the hand spliced cue. Peradon cues have been used by the game's greatest players including the legendary, Joe Davis.
Master Billiard Supplies Ltd a Pool and Snooker wholesaler to the trade has enjoyed growth in a static market by delivering two promises - quality and price. The company markets itself via its competitively priced "Monthly Offer" flyer, which can be received via post or via email.
Riley is the world's best known brand in Snooker and retailers throughout the UK are comfortable with the status, brand heritage and high profile they have. Riley are owned by BCE and together they are the biggest suppliers of cue sports products in the UK to professionals and the home.