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Review for 'Tip Pik'

0.3 product Aaron Butler 2010-12-03" 1.0 5.0 5 I am a personal believer in having the best tip possible on your cue - it's where the rubber meets the road after all! Since I spend quite a bit more on my tips than many of my teammates and competitors I like those tips to last as long as possible. That's where the Tip Pik comes in. It is a perfect inexpensive tool for making sure your tip holds chalk - WITHOUT eating away at the tip itself. I have teammates who ''scuff'' and ''grind'' their tips every time they get a bit shiny and they go through five tips in the time I go through one - and I use very soft tips! If I could only have one pool tool in my cue case and home for the rest of my life - the Tip Pik would be it.

I am a personal believer in having the best tip possible on your cue - it's where the rubber meets the road after all! Since I spend quite a bit more on my tips than many of my teammates and competitors I like those tips to last as long as possible. That's where the Tip Pik comes in. It is a perfect inexpensive tool for making sure your tip holds chalk - WITHOUT eating away at the tip itself. I have teammates who ''scuff'' and ''grind'' their tips every time they get a bit shiny and they go through five tips in the time I go through one - and I use very soft tips! If I could only have one pool tool in my cue case and home for the rest of my life - the Tip Pik would be it.

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5 Best tip tool you can get - a must have! 03/12/2010
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I am a personal believer in having the best tip possible on your cue - it's where the rubber meets the road after all! Since I spend quite a bit more on my tips than many of my teammates and competitors I like those tips to last as long as possible. That's where the Tip Pik comes in. It is a perfect inexpensive tool for making sure your tip holds chalk - WITHOUT eating away at the tip itself. I have teammates who ''scuff'' and ''grind'' their tips every time they get a bit shiny and they go through five tips in the time I go through one - and I use very soft tips! If I could only have one pool tool in my cue case and home for the rest of my life - the Tip Pik would be it.
I would recommend this product to a friend.