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Stealth Pool Cue

Hi there! I have a question to ask. Do you have problems breaking the rack at the start of a Stealth Cuegame of either 3-ball, 8-ball, or 9-ball? If so, I might have just the cue that you’re looking for. It’s called the Stealth Bomber STHBK01 25oz Break Cue.

With this kind of cue stick, the balls would be moving about after hitting the rack with the cue ball as you’ll have a better grip as compared to a regular cue stick where there are no grip handles at all.

I found this on a site called Pool Dawg where they specialize in billiards and gaming products. The price is $126.65 and has good reviews to back it up.

About this cue stick

The specifications and details are outlined as follows. Also, I have included the price and where to obtain the stealth cue stick:

  • Price: $126.65
  • Where to buy: Pooldawg.com
  • SKU: STHBK
  • Tip: 13mm Le Pro
  • Ferrule: 1″ Fiber
  • Shaft: 29″ Black Stained Hardrock Maple 10-12″ Pro Taper
  • Collar: Black
  • Pin: 5/16×18
  • Piloted: No
  • Forearm: Black
  • Rings: None
  • Wrap: Dooley Handle
  • Sleeve: Black
  • Plate: Black with Stealth Logo
  • Bumper: Black rubber
  • Warranty: 1 Year by Manufacturer
  • Additional Info: Includes Joint Protectors
  • Weight Adjustable?: Yes, with the Action Weight Ball

Details

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Think of a steering wheel grip, but on a pool cue. Second, it’s 25oz. Sure, it isn’t as heavy as the Elite breaker, but at 25oz, the cue is legal for pretty much every league. Third, leather tip, so once again, totally legal. Fourth, a matching black matte shaft. And lastly, it has free matching joint protectors.

Reviews

There were 5 customers who reviewed and gave this product a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. Because of this rating, I am promoting and recommending this stealth cue stick on this site.

One reviewer said, “Definitely allows you to break that rack up.”

Another reviewer said, “I use it for everything. I break, I English, I Draw, I masse, everything.”

Pool Dawg is dedicated to customer satisfaction. This company offers a 60-day money back guarantee on any products purchased from their site, including chalked cues. They want you to be satisfied with no restocking fees and no hassles.

If you aren’t satisfied with your purchase, you can call them toll free at 866-843-3294 and they’ll help you arrange for your return. Once they receive your return, they’ll replace the item or refund you for the price of the product. There are never any restocking fees at PoolDawg.

Thoughts?

I hope that you liked the this stealth pool cue review. If you did, please share this on social media, and add any thoughts, comments, or questions in the comments section below. I hope that this cue stick will make your game play at playing pool that much smoother.

I would like to thank you for stopping by, and I look forward to hearing what you all have to say. Cheers!

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9 Comments


  1. // Reply

    I’m not sure if there are any professional players using a dooley handle pool cue. I’d imagine they too would feel the grip hand to be awkward and not as freely adjustable as the standard non-dooley ones.

    As far as cues for breaking, I’d go for a much lighter cue (at around 16oz, which is lighter than a typical playing cue). Increased speed and cue ball control become so much easier to achieve compared to using a heavy break cue.

    Other than awkwardness, I cannot think of many other drawbacks with the dooley handle compared to the regular straight-wrap handle. Then also, what makes a cue a good cue is the weight of the cue (per user’s stroke capacity) and the quality of the shaft. That is, for 2 different cues with the same weight and the same shaft- would technically play the same way when executed by anyone with the same physical stature.
    The cue butt is merely the “character” of the cue. More often than not, this is what determines the value of a pool cue because of the technicality in manufacturing them. The more inlays, the higher the cost.

    How it has to do with professionals is that, there are a lot of strokes (shots) that cannot be executed using most cues under $200 (meaning, the provided shaft tends to lean toward lower quality).


    1. // Reply

      Hello Anon! I thank you for checking out my site. I tend to agree that the professional players using a dooley handle pool cue are few and far between. I would give them credit if they can shoot using this kind of cue without too much difficulty.

      It’s safe to say that all pool players, novices and professionals, are different. Hence the motto, “To each their own.” Some professional players are comfortable shooting with a lightweight or heavier cues. It’s a matter of preference.
      As far as looks are concerned, I do see how this kind of cue can be awkward. I never knew that the cue butt is the character of the cue. I always thought that the butt was always just part of the cue.

      I thank you for providing your feedback and giving insight to what a cue consists of. Perhaps I’ll find other cues that are more affordable without much of the awkwardness that is suitable for all kinds of pool players. Thanks for stopping by!


  2. // Reply

    How do i clean this cue? Any Suggestions would help me.


    1. // Reply

      Hello Krish. Thank you for stopping by my site. I’ll try to provide you with the most effective solution to your question asap. Stay tuned…


      1. // Reply

        Hello Krish. I feel that I have the answer that you’re looking for. You can clean this shaft with a non-abrasive pool cue cleaner like a shaft cleaner. It is recommended that you do NOT want to use any abrasive sand papers or cleaners because that would remove the black stain from the shaft.

        I hope this helps. Feel free to share if this has helped. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Take care.

        Armand


  3. // Reply

    Hello ArmaniTol,

    Very good information! My friends and I are regular pool players who messes around at our local lounge and we’ve always had issues with their cue stick. Maybe it is user friendly haha! After reviewing your website, I might consider investing in one those to demolish my friends!

    Thanks again,
    Eric


    1. // Reply

      Hi Eric! Thank you for replying to this post. I see that you enjoy playing pool. Hopefully, this kind of pool cue will help you get that “extra edge” to win more games when playing against your friends. I look forward to hearing some fun stories with the stealth pool cue. Cheers!

      Armand


  4. // Reply

    Hi Armand. Thanks so much for your review of the Stealth Pool Cue. I’m no expert, just someone who enjoys the odd game, but your review gives me all the information I need to make an informed decision on buying one. You give a very detailed specification list, and the fact that five customers gave it five stars is a big decider for someone looking to buy. You also give the opportunity to leave a comment at the bottom. Love your graphics on the header.


    1. // Reply

      Hello Greg! Thanks for commenting on this post. I always put as much relevant and honest details on each of the billiards and gaming products on this site. With this cue, you’re definitely that much closer to breaking the rack and having a better game while playing a nice game of pool. Feel free to share your experiences with this cue stick if you decide to get one. I look forward to hearing from you again. Happy pool playing!

      Armand

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