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Review for 'Moori Pool Cue Tip (Single)'

0.3 product Brian Hernandez 2012-12-30" 1.0 5.0 5 The Moori medium tip is the tip I play with. I love it. The two I have used have lasted a long time. They retain shape well and only really wear down from scuffing and reshaping to hold chalk. Witch seems to be periodically because it goes back to a glassy sheen if you like to give a good stroke to the ball. Your best friend is going to become a tip pik or tapper. I found it hard to get them to stay on the cue. I want to try a Ferrule leveling tool and probably use super glue gel to get it to stick to my viking again. Slighlty scuff the flat ferrule and the side of the moori labeled to be glued down make sure they stay flat though. Otherwise frustrating trying to get the tip to stay on my cue. You live and you learn. I have only tried to play with the morri medium but the medium tip plays like most other tips hards. I have played with a le pro to this and its apples to oranges. I feel like my morri lasted longer than my buffalo tip and has a harder hit. If you like your hard tips morri tips are going to make you happy.

The Moori medium tip is the tip I play with. I love it. The two I have used have lasted a long time. They retain shape well and only really wear down from scuffing and reshaping to hold chalk. Witch seems to be periodically because it goes back to a glassy sheen if you like to give a good stroke to the ball. Your best friend is going to become a tip pik or tapper. I found it hard to get them to stay on the cue. I want to try a Ferrule leveling tool and probably use super glue gel to get it to stick to my viking again. Slighlty scuff the flat ferrule and the side of the moori labeled to be glued down make sure they stay flat though. Otherwise frustrating trying to get the tip to stay on my cue. You live and you learn. I have only tried to play with the morri medium but the medium tip plays like most other tips hards. I have played with a le pro to this and its apples to oranges. I feel like my morri lasted longer than my buffalo tip and has a harder hit. If you like your hard tips morri tips are going to make you happy.

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5 worth the hype 30/12/2012
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The Moori medium tip is the tip I play with. I love it. The two I have used have lasted a long time. They retain shape well and only really wear down from scuffing and reshaping to hold chalk. Witch seems to be periodically because it goes back to a glassy sheen if you like to give a good stroke to the ball. Your best friend is going to become a tip pik or tapper. I found it hard to get them to stay on the cue. I want to try a Ferrule leveling tool and probably use super glue gel to get it to stick to my viking again. Slighlty scuff the flat ferrule and the side of the moori labeled to be glued down make sure they stay flat though. Otherwise frustrating trying to get the tip to stay on my cue. You live and you learn. I have only tried to play with the morri medium but the medium tip plays like most other tips hards. I have played with a le pro to this and its apples to oranges. I feel like my morri lasted longer than my buffalo tip and has a harder hit. If you like your hard tips morri tips are going to make you happy.
I would recommend this product to a friend.