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Review for '360 PureCue Action Trainer'

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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5 Spring is too weak 06/02/2014
Philip Carr
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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.