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Break Cue

Break Cue
58″ – 2 Piece Break Pool Cue – Billiard Stick Hardwood Canadian Maple 23 Ounce

Hi there! I welcome you back to thebilliardsguy.com. In this post, I am going to go over a cue that you can use while playing a nice game of pool. It’s a type cue that you can use to break the rack before the start of the game.

In my last 2 posts, I had a visitor ask me what kind of break cue that I would recommend, and I found one. One particular break cue can be found on Amazon, and it is called the 58″ – 2 Piece Break Pool Cue – Billiard Stick Hardwood Canadian Maple 23 Ounce by Iszy Billiards.

The break cue description

Here is the lowdown on this kind of break cue and where you can obtain one:

  • Price: $38.95 + free shipping
  • Where to buy: Amazon.com
  • Made of hardwood Canadian maple wood
  • 2 piece break cue – Steel 5/16 X 18 joint
  • 13mm glue on leather Tip – 23 ounce cue
  • Color: black
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 lbs
  • Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN): B06VXTFY4D

Description summary: Made of hardwood Canadian maple wood – 2 piece break cue – Steel 5/16 X 18 joint – 13mm glue on leather Tip – 23 ounce cue – Color black

Customer Testimonials

This product has a rating of 4.3 stars out of 5. Because of this rating, I would feel that this product is worthy of being promoted on this site. One customer stated, “Excellent breaking cue for the price.”

Another customer said, “Good quality break cue without breaking the wallet,pool players this is recommended.

On a side note, I would say that I have used a similar product before, and it would that the customers’ reviews were closely related to how I used that similar product. And, this is another reason why I would recommend this product. If, for any reason that you are not satisfied with this break cue, you can return it to Amazon within 30 days of receiving this product, and you Amazon will either refund you your money or you can exchange it for the exact same break cue.

Your thoughts

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5 Comments


  1. // Reply

    For the price, this looks like a really decent break cue. I know that a lot of the speed comes from the weight of the cue. The more mass, the more energy you can achieve.

    Of course you have to be careful to not sacrifice speed for accuracy. Based on the reviews, it looks like this cue has a nice balance of the two.

    Thanks for the review. At this price, I can’t afford to not add it to my billiard room.


    1. // Reply

      Hi there, kmv! I would like to thank you for dropping by and adding your thoughts in regards to this break cue review. You’re right in saying to not sacrifice speed for accuracy as this cue is only meant for breaking only and not as a standard cue to use during gameplay.

      It’s ok if you pass on this cue. Perhaps you might know someone that would be interested in it? If you do, go ahead and refer him or her to this post. Perhaps, this cue can help in breaking the cue for effectively. Cheers!

      Armand


  2. // Reply

    This post grabbed my attention because I had no idea there were cues available specifically for breaking..? I’m a bit of a weakling, so I always have trouble getting a good, powerful break. Would a cue like this make much of a difference to my game? Does the power come from the hardwood or the steel tip?


    1. // Reply

      Yo Jyl! With this kind of cue, you’ll be breaking the rack much more efficiently and less awkwardly. The balls would be spreading about and not seem to be staying at one half of the table. As to answer your question if the power comes from the hardwood or the steel tip, I’ll get back and provide you an answer within 24-48 hours. Stay tuned…

      Armand


      1. // Reply

        Hello Jyl

        Sorry for the late response. To answer your question, the power comes from the steel tip. I hope this helps, and feel free to stop by anytime as I look forward to hearing from you again. Take care.

        Armand

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