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Predator BLAK 4 Butt 8 Shaft Soft Case

Predator BLAK 4 Butt 8 Shaft Soft Case

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My oh my. This all black case sure is mighty fine! It is like a tuxedo for your pool cues!.

This 4 butt 8 shaft case is made out of durable ultra vinyl that has extra padding for more protection than a normal hard case. It also comes with a lockable zipper and includes the lock to help protect your prized possessions. This case features a large silhouette of the Predator cat logo on the backside of the case. It also comes with an engraveable plate, which you would have to get engraved locally.

Specifications

Weight: 3 lbs
Color: Black
Pocket Size: 21" x 5"

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  • 0.3 product Andy Bennett 2013-09-10" 1.0 5.0 5 After purchasing the predator black 2x4 hard case this one comes through where the other falls short. 30'' shafts will fi withJPs where they will not in the other (Predator Shafts and Logo Jp's...yes really) the exterior pocket is large enough to hold all your Q accessories and not get so full that the exterior zippered pocket is rendered useless. Access to the predator air jump break pouches are a little difficult to access if you have more than ache tool and cube of chalk in the pocket. Also as with the hard Blake case the strap os lacking. The pad doesn't stay on your shoulder we'll and oils use more padding for both cases..the hard case is heavy to begin with and with thosvone four cues and 8 shafts Lois accessories get heavy. I blights Pool Dash strap doth the Sherpa pad and it works flawlessly. I really like the zipped combination lock that you can change the combo quickly if need be. The decal on the back of the Predator silhouette eventually peels off nut a little goo gone and you never know it was there. I was a little frustrated bit a biddy pointed out...with that gone and the replacement strap...my case no longer screams...hey I have 6k worth of cues in me protected by a $2.00 combo lock.COME STEAL ME!! Love to rep Predator but he made a lot of sense. The other reviewer stated hounded a table etc. I never play with all the Q's that are in this case so all you have to do is just open it up pull the one or two out you're going to use put those in your Q stand and leaning up against your table or wherever you're going to place it no need to have a dedicated table for at all you can even sit on the bottom and just unzip one side and put your keys out just like you would a hard case...no real issue. As far as the shaft feeling snuggly the inside of the case is very very soft and very general to your butts and chefs I'd rather than 50 snuggly than not and if it accidentally gets put over my shoulder without being shipped I don't want to fall out the magnetic snap closures for each of the coupon inside are also really nice. I'm not crazy about the velcro closure that holds the two handles together but that can be removed easily as long as you're willing to take the extra 30 Seconds to grab both of the handles when you get ready to pick it up...coconut to me has always just said ''cheap'' to me. I also think the earlier versions of this case Paramore leather-like look and feel to them yes its final and for $125 what do you expect?? Overall great value for the cost even with all my nitpicking...hey its not a JB Volturi or Whitten. Call me spoiled..it does the job nicely for my production cues...andvIm sure will for you too...now that hard case ny Predator....another story.....yuck!

    After purchasing the predator black 2x4 hard case this one comes through where the other falls short. 30'' shafts will fi withJPs where they will not in the other (Predator Shafts and Logo Jp's...yes really) the exterior pocket is large enough to hold all your Q accessories and not get so full that the exterior zippered pocket is rendered useless. Access to the predator air jump break pouches are a little difficult to access if you have more than ache tool and cube of chalk in the pocket. Also as with the hard Blake case the strap os lacking. The pad doesn't stay on your shoulder we'll and oils use more padding for both cases..the hard case is heavy to begin with and with thosvone four cues and 8 shafts Lois accessories get heavy. I blights Pool Dash strap doth the Sherpa pad and it works flawlessly. I really like the zipped combination lock that you can change the combo quickly if need be. The decal on the back of the Predator silhouette eventually peels off nut a little goo gone and you never know it was there. I was a little frustrated bit a biddy pointed out...with that gone and the replacement strap...my case no longer screams...hey I have 6k worth of cues in me protected by a $2.00 combo lock.COME STEAL ME!! Love to rep Predator but he made a lot of sense. The other reviewer stated hounded a table etc. I never play with all the Q's that are in this case so all you have to do is just open it up pull the one or two out you're going to use put those in your Q stand and leaning up against your table or wherever you're going to place it no need to have a dedicated table for at all you can even sit on the bottom and just unzip one side and put your keys out just like you would a hard case...no real issue. As far as the shaft feeling snuggly the inside of the case is very very soft and very general to your butts and chefs I'd rather than 50 snuggly than not and if it accidentally gets put over my shoulder without being shipped I don't want to fall out the magnetic snap closures for each of the coupon inside are also really nice. I'm not crazy about the velcro closure that holds the two handles together but that can be removed easily as long as you're willing to take the extra 30 Seconds to grab both of the handles when you get ready to pick it up...coconut to me has always just said ''cheap'' to me. I also think the earlier versions of this case Paramore leather-like look and feel to them yes its final and for $125 what do you expect?? Overall great value for the cost even with all my nitpicking...hey its not a JB Volturi or Whitten. Call me spoiled..it does the job nicely for my production cues...andvIm sure will for you too...now that hard case ny Predator....another story.....yuck!

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    Best Uses:

    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/6284#smartreviews_view 0.3 Predator BLAK 4 Butt 8 Shaft Soft Case http://www.pooldawg.com/product/predator-blak-4x8-pool-cue-case?options=cart sku PREDBLK48
    Andy Bennett
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    After purchasing the predator black 2x4 hard case this one comes through where the other falls short. 30'' shafts will fi withJPs where they will not in the other (Predator Shafts and Logo Jp's...yes really) the exterior pocket is large enough to hold all your Q accessories and not get so full that the exterior zippered pocket is rendered useless. Access to the predator air jump break pouches are a little difficult to access if you have more than ache tool and cube of chalk in the pocket. Also as with the hard Blake case the strap os lacking. The pad doesn't stay on your shoulder we'll and oils use more padding for both cases..the hard case is heavy to begin with and with thosvone four cues and 8 shafts Lois accessories get heavy. I blights Pool Dash strap doth the Sherpa pad and it works flawlessly. I really like the zipped combination lock that you can change the combo quickly if need be. The decal on the back of the Predator silhouette eventually peels off nut a little goo gone and you never know it was there. I was a little frustrated bit a biddy pointed out...with that gone and the replacement strap...my case no longer screams...hey I have 6k worth of cues in me protected by a $2.00 combo lock.COME STEAL ME!! Love to rep Predator but he made a lot of sense. The other reviewer stated hounded a table etc. I never play with all the Q's that are in this case so all you have to do is just open it up pull the one or two out you're going to use put those in your Q stand and leaning up against your table or wherever you're going to place it no need to have a dedicated table for at all you can even sit on the bottom and just unzip one side and put your keys out just like you would a hard case...no real issue. As far as the shaft feeling snuggly the inside of the case is very very soft and very general to your butts and chefs I'd rather than 50 snuggly than not and if it accidentally gets put over my shoulder without being shipped I don't want to fall out the magnetic snap closures for each of the coupon inside are also really nice. I'm not crazy about the velcro closure that holds the two handles together but that can be removed easily as long as you're willing to take the extra 30 Seconds to grab both of the handles when you get ready to pick it up...coconut to me has always just said ''cheap'' to me. I also think the earlier versions of this case Paramore leather-like look and feel to them yes its final and for $125 what do you expect?? Overall great value for the cost even with all my nitpicking...hey its not a JB Volturi or Whitten. Call me spoiled..it does the job nicely for my production cues...andvIm sure will for you too...now that hard case ny Predator....another story.....yuck!
    I would recommend this product to a friend
  • 0.3 product ghosst 2012-12-11" 1.0 5.0 4 Butterfly cases are great for the casual or home/friend's house player. By design they need to be laid flat when opened which means if they are used in a bar/tavern setting you'll need either a cocktail table or the pool table to open them on. If you're a league player I would suggest a stand-up tube-style case that can be rested on the floor. The Predator case has a lot of room both for cues on the inside and all of your accessories in the generous pocket. It is well made with good stitching and quality hardware. The pocket has a lot of great features including a chalk pouch a small accessory mesh area inside a jump-butt sleeve and another zippered slot on the outside. The cue sleeves are roomy but I found it a little tight when I filled it with 8 shafts and 4 butts but it does expand well to fit everything. Overall this is a great case and my concern might be the bottom of the shaft sleeves which seems not to be lined. A 30'' shaft will fit including joint protectors.

    Butterfly cases are great for the casual or home/friend's house player. By design they need to be laid flat when opened which means if they are used in a bar/tavern setting you'll need either a cocktail table or the pool table to open them on. If you're a league player I would suggest a stand-up tube-style case that can be rested on the floor. The Predator case has a lot of room both for cues on the inside and all of your accessories in the generous pocket. It is well made with good stitching and quality hardware. The pocket has a lot of great features including a chalk pouch a small accessory mesh area inside a jump-butt sleeve and another zippered slot on the outside. The cue sleeves are roomy but I found it a little tight when I filled it with 8 shafts and 4 butts but it does expand well to fit everything. Overall this is a great case and my concern might be the bottom of the shaft sleeves which seems not to be lined. A 30'' shaft will fit including joint protectors.

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    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/6283#smartreviews_view 0.3 Predator BLAK 4 Butt 8 Shaft Soft Case http://www.pooldawg.com/product/predator-blak-4x8-pool-cue-case?options=cart sku PREDBLK48
    ghosst
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    35 Reviews Profile
    Butterfly cases are great for the casual or home/friend's house player. By design they need to be laid flat when opened which means if they are used in a bar/tavern setting you'll need either a cocktail table or the pool table to open them on. If you're a league player I would suggest a stand-up tube-style case that can be rested on the floor. The Predator case has a lot of room both for cues on the inside and all of your accessories in the generous pocket. It is well made with good stitching and quality hardware. The pocket has a lot of great features including a chalk pouch a small accessory mesh area inside a jump-butt sleeve and another zippered slot on the outside. The cue sleeves are roomy but I found it a little tight when I filled it with 8 shafts and 4 butts but it does expand well to fit everything. Overall this is a great case and my concern might be the bottom of the shaft sleeves which seems not to be lined. A 30'' shaft will fit including joint protectors.
    I would recommend this product to a friend
  • 0.3 product Bradley Knudsen 2012-10-13" 1.0 5.0 5 great web site

    great web site

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    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/6282#smartreviews_view 0.3 Predator BLAK 4 Butt 8 Shaft Soft Case http://www.pooldawg.com/product/predator-blak-4x8-pool-cue-case?options=cart sku PREDBLK48
    5 good buy 10/13/2012
    Bradley Knudsen
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    great web site
    I would recommend this product to a friend

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