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Players HXTE20 Pool Cue

Players HXTE20 Pool Cue

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Market Price: $189.99

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SKU: HXTE20

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DESCRIPTION

The HXT is a line of technology cues that blends traditional, legacy, and contemporary Players designs with high-tech shaft enhancements like a super low-deflection ferrule and Kamui Black tip.

Specifications

Tip: 12.75mm Kamui Black Soft
Ferrule: 1" HXT Low Deflection
Shaft: 29" HXT Hardrock Maple 10"-12" Pro Taper
Collar: Black with Birdseye Maple
Pin: 5/16 x 18
Piloted: Yes
Forearm: Exotic Rengas with Natural Maple outlined Midnight Black points
Rings: Birdseye Maple Rings
Wrap: Birdseye Maple
Sleeve: Exotic Rengas
Plate: Birdseye Maple with Players Logo
Bumper: Black Rubber
Warranty: Lifetime
Weight Adjustable: Yes

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BEST USES
  • pocket billiards1

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  • 0.3 product Mike 2014-05-23" 1.0 5.0 4 100$ - 200$ for an LD shaft cue? can't be beat. yeah its no predator Z2, but its pretty damn close to hitting like one. If you are a beginner, or even an intermediate and looking to invest in a nicer cue than that 20$ piecer you got out of big 5 or dicks, then you should probably consider one of the hxt's. It will give you an idea of how nicer cues play, without having to spend the 400$ on a lucasi to find out if you think its worth it. Really you can't go wrong with this stick, even if you dislike it, you still have spent less than you would have on any other cue on the market, especially if you are looking at LD cues. And if you do like it, and you decide you want a nicer cue, this one will hold you over for years and years until you finally to save up enough to buy a bunch of gold and turquoise inlay foolishness. But don't take my word for it, continue to do your hw, and look for more reviews. you won't find many bad ones. a year and a half later i still love my hxte20.

    100$ - 200$ for an LD shaft cue? can't be beat. yeah its no predator Z2, but its pretty damn close to hitting like one. If you are a beginner, or even an intermediate and looking to invest in a nicer cue than that 20$ piecer you got out of big 5 or dicks, then you should probably consider one of the hxt's. It will give you an idea of how nicer cues play, without having to spend the 400$ on a lucasi to find out if you think its worth it. Really you can't go wrong with this stick, even if you dislike it, you still have spent less than you would have on any other cue on the market, especially if you are looking at LD cues. And if you do like it, and you decide you want a nicer cue, this one will hold you over for years and years until you finally to save up enough to buy a bunch of gold and turquoise inlay foolishness. But don't take my word for it, continue to do your hw, and look for more reviews. you won't find many bad ones. a year and a half later i still love my hxte20.

    Pros:price, value, quality, kamui tip,

    Cons:only includes one shaft,

    Best Uses:pocket billiards,

    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/6372#smartreviews_view 0.3 Players HXTE20 Pool Cue http://www.pooldawg.com/product/players-hxte20-pool-cue sku HXTE20
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    100$ - 200$ for an LD shaft cue? can't be beat. yeah its no predator Z2, but its pretty damn close to hitting like one. If you are a beginner, or even an intermediate and looking to invest in a nicer cue than that 20$ piecer you got out of big 5 or dicks, then you should probably consider one of the hxt's. It will give you an idea of how nicer cues play, without having to spend the 400$ on a lucasi to find out if you think its worth it. Really you can't go wrong with this stick, even if you dislike it, you still have spent less than you would have on any other cue on the market, especially if you are looking at LD cues. And if you do like it, and you decide you want a nicer cue, this one will hold you over for years and years until you finally to save up enough to buy a bunch of gold and turquoise inlay foolishness. But don't take my word for it, continue to do your hw, and look for more reviews. you won't find many bad ones. a year and a half later i still love my hxte20.
    Customer Service Comments:
    well i ordered it with the skinny shaft and they didn't have it in stock at pool dawg so they ordered it from the factory which was really cool. the factory sent me the wrong shaft and i had to get them to send me the correct one but i can't blame pool dawg for pure x's mistakes. and they drew a t-rex on the package like i asked, so they are pretty thorough.
    I would recommend this product to a friend

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