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 Elite "Heavy" Break Cue. This 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|
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
Break Cue 04/07/2011
Clinton DanielsI was curious about this cue and after receiving it took it down to the local bar and was totally at amazed at the breaking power that has been added. I love the cue stickI would recommend this product to a friend
Performs well 03/21/2011
W Polk Jr.Well after using this break stick for a while I have realized that I needed a much lighter break stick. I still use it for the construction but have taken out the weights. I'm still satisfied with the cue.I would recommend this product to a friend
great breaker 03/06/2011
stpehen roughtvery good breaker has improved my breaks and helpped me learn more ball controlI would recommend this product to a friend
If its not lite its the Heavy 11/12/2010
Jesse JacksonMan this beast really holds up to its name my friend has one an I am getting one for myself soon great price an great break cue an like the other review said this by no means is for everyone you def have to have ball control an you dont have to hit that hard other then that your good to go...I would recommend this product to a friend
Our Best Selling Break Cue 11/01/2010
MikeThe Elite Heavy Breaker is our best selling break cue by a wide margin. That being said this break cue is not for everyone. There are lots of theories that deal with cue weight. Some people hold the theory that a heavier cue will equate to more power. Others say the same of the ultra light break cues. Much like swinging a heavier (or lighter) baseball bat this is dependent on how quick you can snap. Just by looking at Newton's Second Law we know that acceleration is dependent on both the net force acting on an object and the mass of the object itself. While I'm not a physicist and remember very little from my high school physics class the bottom line is that a heavier cue will not always mean a more powerful hit or break. In some cases it may even create less power depending on how much force you can create. That being said I love this break cue. It gives me a much stronger break than I have with a standard break cue but I do find that I lose a bit of control when using my heavy breaker however the increase in power more than makes up for the slight loss of cue ball control (for my game anyway). When deciding whether or not this is the right break cue for you consider the following questions: *Are you going to be able to generate enough force to get a powerful break with a heavy breaker? *Is a 27oz cue legal in your league? *Do you prefer a fat shaft (as the heavy breaker's shaft is approx. 14mm)? As with all the pool cues we sell this comes with a 60 day satisfaction guarantee so if you buy it and it's not for you just give us a call and we'll get it taken care of.I would recommend this product to a friend