Hello guys and gals! I welcome you back to my site, and promoting a billiards product that can add appeal when shooting pool. For those of you that are interested in upgrading a look and feel from a traditional cue stick, I located a pool stick that’s found on Amazon. It is called the D-DRG Midnight Black with Golden Dragons Cue by Players. It is priced at $107.09 and comes in different sizes.
About this Dragon Cue Stick (20-oz)
If you are wondering what this product entails and where you can obtain it, I have provided that information down below:
- Price: $107.09 and free shipping
- Where to buy: Amazon.com
- Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 2 x 1.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 lbs
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
- Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN): B00F5YHBBM
- Item model number: D-DRG
Players Artistic D-DRG graphic midnight black billiard cue with golden Chinese luck dragons on the forearm and butt, stainless steel joint collar and genuine black and white double-pressed Irish linen wrap. This piece has a bold graphic look and would make a great playing cue for anyone from an amateur player practicing on a home table to a battle-tested tournament warrior.
Players pool cues are made from North American Grade A Hard Rock Maple that has been hand picked by seasoned craftsmen and turned and dried seven times during curing. The wood is treated with Nelsonite, a patented stabilizer that protects it from atmospheric changes and finished with an epoxy that seals the wood pores for even greater moisture protection. Once the cue design and/or inlay is applied, each completed cue is then finished with a high gloss super UV coating that provides an armor coating against fading and chipping so in 20 years your cue will look and play as good as it does today.
Players pool cue shafts are made of the same treated North American Grade A Hard Rock Maple as the cue butts and are given a professional taper for a long stroke and treated with a special French cue wax that provides a smooth finish so the shaft literally glides through your fingers. Each shaft is topped with a high-impact ferrule so durable that it even carries its own lifetime guarantee against chipping or cracking. Players pool cues and pool cue shafts come backed by a lifetime warranty, even against war page.
As mentioned earlier, this product has very high reviews (4.8 stars out of 5). One customer said, “Very nice for the price. Recommended.”
Another customer said, “I thought I was buying an average pool cue. It is so much more.”
I would like to say that I have not used this product before. I have a visitor who sent me a message asking me to do more reviews of different types of cues, and found this. I would feel that this cue would not just “add flavor” to shooting pool, but to improve your game as well. If you aren’t satisfied with this product, you can get in contact with Amazon to arrange for a return. Just make sure to keep the receipt, and you can get a refund within 30 days of receiving this product.
What do you think?
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Nice article on the Dragon Cue Stick. This thing looks pretty cool.
I was wondering if you know what the farrow is made from.? I ask because I am wondering if this stick is good for breaking.
Also is the dragon painted, or is it an inlay? Another factor for breaking purposes.
I know many people carry two stick, one for breaking and one for play. I however want an all in one pool cue, I have never really saw a need to carry around two cues.
Hi there Brendon! This cue would definitely look good and possibly add appeal when you’re playing a nice game of pool. As to answer your questions, I’ll get in contact with Amazon to verify if the dragon is painted or inlay, and what the farrow is made from. Stay tuned…
Hello once again, Brendon! Here is the response that I received from Amazon, and their response to some of your questions is that the cue separates into 2 sticks. So, you don’t have to carry around 2 cues. Also, the dragon is painted. I hope this helps.
As to the make of the farrow, I’ll still get in contact with them to know what it’s made of. Once I get an answer, I’ll relay it back to you. Stay tuned…
Hi, sorry for the late response. To answer your question regarding the the ferrule (not farrow) is made of high impact fiber and is good for breaking. I hope this helps. I look forward to hearing how this improves your game. Cheers!