The #1 Best Selling Break Cue at PoolDawg!
We hear it over and over again. Pool players always want to know how to get a stronger break. They want more power and more action. If you can handle it, the answer for you may just be the new Elite "Heavy" Break Cue. This new breaker generates power through its massive weight. Rather than weighing just 20oz or 21oz, the Heavy weighs in at approximately 27oz, making it one of the heaviest breakers on the market.
The weight is only part of the story. The cue also features a phenolic tip and ferrule giving it more power than a standard leather tip. The wood pin is actually built into the shaft, giving the Heavy not only superior power but also unprecedented feel for a break cue. It should be noted that this cue is not for everyone.
Some leagues have banned this break cue, as it is heavier than their maximum weight restrictions. Also, keep in mind that if your ball comes off the table, it is a foul so you will need to have control to go along with the power of your break.
|Shaft:||30" Hardrock Maple including the wooden pin 13" pro taper|
|Wrap:||Black and White Irish Linen|
|Warranty:||1 Year Manufacturer|
Still dont know 07/08/2012
michael lewisI bought this stick to try out First time trying to use it hitting hard I would mis-cue every time. But trying to hit softer with it I still got a good solid break 3-4 balls off each break. I still dont know if I'm going to keep it as I cannot hit hard with it or it will mis-cue going to try it out a little more and see.I would recommend this product to a friend
Nice stick 06/07/2012
Bruce MartinI like the stick. Still getting used to the weight. It looks good and has a nice finish.I would recommend this product to a friend
If Mr. T were a pool cue...... 04/24/2012
Tristan ThorlandThis break cue is VERY well built for the money. HEAVY is not an understatement! I can get powerful breaks with a light cue and this cue but where the cue ball goes is a different story.. Some say stroke speed makes the break others prefer weight.. Everyone is right! With that being said with this cue I can sacrife stroke speed and concentrate on accuracy achieving powerful AND controlled breaks! It doesn't do you any good to make 4 and leave yourself stuck on a rail or worse SCRATCH! I cant make any claims towards making more balls it doesn't matter how hard you hit them if the rack isn't tight! I'd suggest making the upgrade to a hard break tip... All in all I'm very satisfied with this breaker very consistent very powerful..I would recommend this product to a friend
Viva Le Difference 03/26/2012
ANTONE VINCENTII ordered the Elite Heavy Breaker (27oz.) the Stealth STHBK01 Breaker (25oz.) and the Cuetec CT296 Breaker/Jump cue (21oz.). All 3 cues have different weights different tips and different ferrules. I compared these cues over a number of days; here are my results: Elite Heavy - Sank up to 5 balls on break; but it left the object balls bunched up and harder to run out. Stealth Breaker - Sank up to 3 balls on break; left the object balls really scattered. Cuetec CT296 Breaker/Jump - More consistant with less power; also sank up to 3 balls on break and left the object balls really scattered. This is the cue I kept. You cant beat Pooldawg.com - the most knowledge the best return policy and the fastest most courteous customer service.I would recommend this product to a friend
Scatter Brained 03/06/2012
Joshua JordanBruiser log saw I could go on and on with names that all the people on my pool teams call my Elite Heavy Breaking stick . The plain fact of the matter is this break cue scatters the object balls to Kingdom Kong. I have always been pretty sufficient at making eight ball breaks so if you are just buying this stick thinking you will get more eight ball breaks out of it please don't a house stick is just fine. I bought this stick because I was not satisfied with the way the house sticks left the object balls bunched up making it harder for run outs. Problem solved with this one. With no history of breaking with this stick on my first night out with it 8 out of 10 racks were ran out after the break. I am 110% satisfied with this stick and the price makes it almost too cheap. Thanks and Good Luck on the tables.I would recommend this product to a friend
Great Breaker! 12/15/2011
Brian ChamberlainLove this cue. Practiced on my table at home then went to local bar and got my first 8 ball break. My big stick is the most admired talked about stick in town!I would recommend this product to a friend
THE BAT 10/10/2011TO BREAK IT EASY NO CHANCE FOR ADVERSAIRSI would recommend this product to a friend
too heavy for ladies 09/26/2011
Sara BobbittI would not suggest this stick for a lady shooter as it is extremely heavy to hold. I hit 4 breaks with it 2 miscues. You would not think 7-8 ounces would make such a big difference but IT Does! A nice stick but I will leave this purchase for the men. I love the 60 day guarantee Pool Dawg gives.I would not recommend this product to a friend
Break Cue 06/23/2011
Dan Spellanwhen you break with this cue the balls are all over the table and you allmost always make at least one ball on the break making for easier runouts or closs to it. The only draw back is if you don't make a ball on the break your opponent has the same chance for a runout.I would recommend this product to a friend
This Break Stick Rocks 06/08/2011
Marcy KanensonI used to break with another more expensive stick with phenolic tip also. This stick has improved my breaking power treamendously. I average two 8-ball breaks a night if I am playing about 20 games..so 10% of the time...If I play league I always drop several balls in 8-ball and last week alone dropped 4 solids on my break. Have noticed improvement in 9-ball with my biggest break with this stick dropping in 5 balls including the 9...6 points off a break isn' too bad! Would recommend trying it out and it is certainly priced rightI would recommend this product to a friend