Hi folks! In this post, I’ll go over a traditional bridge pool stick that you can use as an extension for those “hard to reach” pool balls that are located in an undesirable part of the pool table. Introducing the 2 Piece Pool Billiard Bridge Stick by Iszy Billiards.
This kind of bridge stick can be found on Amazon, and you can choose either this kind of bridge stick or the cross or spider. On a side note, I would recommend the retractable bridge stick over this one. But, if you’re the traditional type, then this is for you.
About this bridge stick
The information in regards of this traditional bridge billiards stick and where you can obtain it are as follows:
- Price: $21.45
- Where to buy: Amazon.com
- Made of maple wood
- 57 inch 2 piece bridge stick with screw on joint
- With regular bridge head
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 oz
- Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN): B073CH4XSF
Made of maple wood – 57 inch 2 piece bridge stick with screw on joint – Choose from regular, spider or cross head.
The rating of this product is at 4.3 stars out of 5. The rating is close to a 5 which made me convinced that this product is worthy enough to be promoted on this site.
To quote one of the satisfied customers. One of them said, ” Bought it for my kids to use, and it arrived quickly and is of good quality, particularly for young kids still learning the game!”
Another satisfied customer said, “A Good Purchase. Used More Often Than Expected.”
I am going to say that I have not used this product before. However, I have definitely used a similar product in the past. I feel that a bridge stick like this is necessary to be used should the situation arises when a cue ball is out of reach when trying to strike a desired ball.
If you are not satisfied with this product, you can return it for a full refund to Amazon within 30 days of receiving the product.
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