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Name: Philip Carr
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  • 0.3 product Philip Carr 2014-02-06" 1.0 5.0 5 A GREAT idea based on a similar idea for golf training. BUT I found the spring in mine to be too weak meaning that the training cue is not as sensitive as I would like. In other words it doesn't break very easily. I don't mean breaking the balls! - I mean actually breaking in half as it is designed to do. Actually it is excellent for practicing your break shot where a lot of power is used but for ''normal'' med or half med shots it takes a fair bit of inaccurate cueing to get it to do its job. I don't know if its spring will weaken with use (only time will tell) but I wanted it to respond with the slightest of shots. Not happening I'm afraid. I would imagine if you were a beginner this would be useful but seeing as it's mainly advanced players who are wishing to fine tune their stroke I would suggest the manufacturers need to put a much finer tolerance on the spring joint of this otherwise fine bit of equipment. I own the POOL version of this cue. I don't know if the SNOOKER version is more sensitive. I would hope so as snooker demands even greater accuracy.

    A GREAT idea based on a similar idea for golf training. BUT I found the spring in mine to be too weak meaning that the training cue is not as sensitive as I would like. In other words it doesn't break very easily. I don't mean breaking the balls! - I mean actually breaking in half as it is designed to do. Actually it is excellent for practicing your break shot where a lot of power is used but for ''normal'' med or half med shots it takes a fair bit of inaccurate cueing to get it to do its job. I don't know if its spring will weaken with use (only time will tell) but I wanted it to respond with the slightest of shots. Not happening I'm afraid. I would imagine if you were a beginner this would be useful but seeing as it's mainly advanced players who are wishing to fine tune their stroke I would suggest the manufacturers need to put a much finer tolerance on the spring joint of this otherwise fine bit of equipment. I own the POOL version of this cue. I don't know if the SNOOKER version is more sensitive. I would hope so as snooker demands even greater accuracy.

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    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/4844#smartreviews_view 0.3 360 PureCue Action Trainer http://www.pooldawg.com/product/360-purecue-action-trainer sku IP360
    360 PureCue Action Trainer
    A GREAT idea based on a similar idea for golf training. BUT I found the spring in mine to be too weak meaning that the training cue is not as sensitive as I would like. In other words it doesn't break very easily. I don't mean breaking the balls! - I mean actually breaking in half as it is designed to do. Actually it is excellent for practicing your break shot where a lot of power is used but for ''normal'' med or half med shots it takes a fair bit of inaccurate cueing to get it to do its job. I don't know if its spring will weaken with use (only time will tell) but I wanted it to respond with the slightest of shots. Not happening I'm afraid. I would imagine if you were a beginner this would be useful but seeing as it's mainly advanced players who are wishing to fine tune their stroke I would suggest the manufacturers need to put a much finer tolerance on the spring joint of this otherwise fine bit of equipment. I own the POOL version of this cue. I don't know if the SNOOKER version is more sensitive. I would hope so as snooker demands even greater accuracy.
    I would recommend this product to a friend.
  • 0.3 product Philip Carr 2014-02-06" 1.0 5.0 4 This IS an excellent tool for instant cue maintenance. Shaping scuffing all accomplished with ease. My only criticism would be the tip tapper on the opposite side of the shaper. It's a little coarse/blunt to be totally effective. Jeniffer says in her video not to use it too hard but unless you do you really don't get any benefit from it. Slightly sharper points' on the tapper would have been better. Conversely I would say that the scuffer is a little 'aggressive' and might take a poorly stuck on tip right off if used with too much pressure but if you're careful it works fine. (ALWAYS file downwards on your tip - never up) Overall I WOULD recommend It's George (apart from the stupid name) as it really is a very useful addition to your case and VERY easy to store as well.

    This IS an excellent tool for instant cue maintenance. Shaping scuffing all accomplished with ease. My only criticism would be the tip tapper on the opposite side of the shaper. It's a little coarse/blunt to be totally effective. Jeniffer says in her video not to use it too hard but unless you do you really don't get any benefit from it. Slightly sharper points' on the tapper would have been better. Conversely I would say that the scuffer is a little 'aggressive' and might take a poorly stuck on tip right off if used with too much pressure but if you're careful it works fine. (ALWAYS file downwards on your tip - never up) Overall I WOULD recommend It's George (apart from the stupid name) as it really is a very useful addition to your case and VERY easy to store as well.

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    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/5280#smartreviews_view 0.3 Its George Tip Tool http://www.pooldawg.com/product/its-george-tip-tool sku TTIG
    Its George Tip Tool
    This IS an excellent tool for instant cue maintenance. Shaping scuffing all accomplished with ease. My only criticism would be the tip tapper on the opposite side of the shaper. It's a little coarse/blunt to be totally effective. Jeniffer says in her video not to use it too hard but unless you do you really don't get any benefit from it. Slightly sharper points' on the tapper would have been better. Conversely I would say that the scuffer is a little 'aggressive' and might take a poorly stuck on tip right off if used with too much pressure but if you're careful it works fine. (ALWAYS file downwards on your tip - never up) Overall I WOULD recommend It's George (apart from the stupid name) as it really is a very useful addition to your case and VERY easy to store as well.
    I would recommend this product to a friend.
  • 0.3 product Philip Carr 2013-02-28" 1.0 5.0 5 What happens if the diameter of the extension is different from that of your cue? It could get a bit uncomfortable if there is a ridge between them!

    What happens if the diameter of the extension is different from that of your cue? It could get a bit uncomfortable if there is a ridge between them!

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    http://www.pooldawg.com/smartreviews/view/review/id/5047#smartreviews_view 0.3 Balance Rite Forward Weighted Pool Cue Extension http://www.pooldawg.com/product/balance-rite-forward-weighted-pool-cue-extension sku NIBR
    5 Compatibility 28/02/2013
    Balance Rite Forward Weighted Pool Cue Extension
    What happens if the diameter of the extension is different from that of your cue? It could get a bit uncomfortable if there is a ridge between them!
    I would recommend this product to a friend.

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