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jasonlaus

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so, I knew this would come up...in fact I was waiting for this but if you go back and re-read my statement. I said places close down, people retire or move on and that I've been busy selling my cues/cases.

So, looking for new sources...
I'd just play with a Gus or SW, problem solved
 
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Poolhall60561

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I looked all around this site but didn't see where the cues are made.
I wanted a cue to keep in my car. This cue has a uniloc quick release joint so I’m going to match it up with one of my Revo shafts.
At $113 I’m not expecting to much. For a extra $9 it came with a case. The ad says made in America.

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Bob Jewett

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I wanted a cue to keep in my car. This cue has a uniloc quick release joint so I’m going to match it up with one of my Revo shafts.
At $113 I’m not expecting to much. For a extra $9 it came with a case. The ad says made in America. ...
The ad does say that but a Uniloc joint, Tiger tip, rock maple shaft, leather wrap, weight bolt system, ... made in the US for about $50 their cost? What are the chances?

The listing on Amazon:
 

TipWilson

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I wanted a cue to keep in my car. This cue has a uniloc quick release joint so I’m going to match it up with one of my Revo shafts.
At $113 I’m not expecting to much. For a extra $9 it came with a case. The ad says made in America.

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While I do own 3 of their uniloc cues, I seriously doubt they are made in USA.

The selling company is in USA.

My revo 11.8 uniloc fits and performs just fine.

 

tonyboy59

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Billiards.com is a site that give 10% off the same prices as the other internet sites charge and if you keep your product in the cart long enough they come back with 15% off vs 10%. Example purchased a cue listed at $667.25 (same as anyone else's price) but was emailed a code for 10% off $667.25 however, I wasn't ready to follow through later, I received a code for 15 % off and saved a total of $100.08. Shipping is UPS ground (free) with other choices available and you receive a free 1X1 hard case.

I'll let you know how it goes once the cue arrives. Here is the link: https://www.billiards.com/
 

j2pac

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The folks at Neilsens Billiards have always treated me right.
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Billiards.com is a site that give 10% off the same prices as the other internet sites charge and if you keep your product in the cart long enough they come back with 15% off vs 10%. Example purchased a cue listed at $667.25 (same as anyone else's price) but was emailed a code for 10% off $667.25 however, I wasn't ready to follow through later, I received a code for 15 % off and saved a total of $100.08. Shipping is UPS ground (free) with other choices available and you receive a free 1X1 hard case.

I'll let you know how it goes once the cue arrives. Here is the link: https://www.billiards.com/
Well, what did you end up going with? ...and why?
 

skiergd011013

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I've heard people speak well of Omega Billiards, but I have no personal experience dealing with them.
absolutely phenomenal. They were the last vendor to still have ob cue extensions in stock after ob went under. I ordered one, and it came in chipped/damaged. I called, spoke to a friendly woman, and she sent me a replacement no questions asked. I wouldnt hesitate to do business with them.
 

SeniorTom

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Just purchased a cue last week for someone on my team (10 years) who was retiring and moving out of state. The team came together and jointly purchased it from Seyberts and we paid the extra for quick shipping. We were to present it to him last Thurs nite before league started and he was leaving the next day. Well, the cue arrived on Wed the day before we were to present it to him and...they sent me the wrong cue.

So, we wound up giving him money in a card and I sent the cue back once Seyberts gave me a return shipping label.

So much for Seyberts.
Yes they did make a mistake, but it was an honest mistake. At least what you receive from them is a genuine cue stick made from the manufacturer you expected to be from. They sent you a return label so it looks like lived up to their side of the bargain the best they could. I would definitely not hesitate ordering from Seyberts.
 

tonyboy59

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Yes they did make a mistake, but it was an honest mistake. At least what you receive from them is a genuine cue stick made from the manufacturer you expected to be from. They sent you a return label so it looks like lived up to their side of the bargain the best they could. I would definitely not hesitate ordering from Seyberts.
When I needed them to come through on my first time, they botched it. So, I'm done with them but that shouldn't stop anyone else from ordering from them.
 

tonyboy59

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I've heard people speak well of Omega Billiards, but I have no personal experience dealing with them.
Mike Hoang the owner of Omega Billiards is a good guy to deal with, but they are limited on their selection of cues.
 

Poolhall60561

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Ordered Champion Dragon on July 3, received today July 6
Cost $133 with case, tax, free ship.
Included joint protectors and a glove.
Revo fit perfect, but is it really a uniloc joint as advertised?
I’m happy with my new cue.

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THam

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JJ Cue did well for me. The price on Mezz was lower than most places for brand new as a seller.
 

Bob Farr

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About 3 weeks ago, I used promo code TAKE5 at Pooldawg for an extra 5% off
 
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