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  1. samiun
    12-28-2018 02:36 PM
    Thank you very much for the reply. I'm now out of question and looking forward to buy red urbain 3x5.

    Best Regards
  2. samiun
    12-28-2018 06:18 AM
    Thanks for the reply, so I'm down to only one question now. Is the "hard"case is tough enough and not bend the cue like other "soft"case? Because I had a custom made 4x8 softcase (I also have mezz JPC3x5 and elite 2x4 hardcase) which I prefer to use when going to my billiard club after work, but in the past time my brother put it diagonally againts the wall while put my backpack over it, so my playing cue slightly bend. Then I heard about this hardcase which looks like a softcase, so I am very carefull not make that incident happen again.
    Thank you very much.
  3. dvs
    12-28-2018 05:19 AM

    I like this case a lot. It's a regular hard case with JB style interior, but not as plush. No tubes.
    Then they added the soft tent like pouch to one side. But the case is one piece. Only two drawbacks are: the shoulder strap, I find it uncomfortable, it doesn't lay over my shoulder well; but I only walk from the parking lot into the hall so no problem; and the interior for the cues is deep and I open the top all the way and carefully insert the shaft and butts so as not to have them strike each other. Not a problem; I'm just super careful with my cues.

    If you get it, you'll have more space then you'll ever need.


  4. samiun
    12-27-2018 08:59 PM
    Hi, I saw your post about predator urbain case. I'm interested to buy one, but I'm also wondering about the "hardcase" part of the case itself. Is the hardcase mean that it has a molded divider for the cue?
    Thank your very much.

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