AzB Silver Member
I still don't believe this. Tens if not hundreds of thousands of layered tips are in use world-wide. If this was going on you'd hear about it and you just don't. Like i said earlier if you scuff it properly and know how to chalk a cue this glue-line issue, if it even exists, will not happen.
Lately, over the last couple of years, I have had a rash of Kamui tips fly off.
Some I installed myself. Out of frustration I had the best cue mechanic in the area install one. The tip was actually coming off while on his lathe. He finally got one to stick but it came off a few weeks later. Flash forward to a new cue I received from a very well known cue maker. He told me he was now using the Kamui Clears that they had started producing to take care of all the complaints about their tips coming off. I have no idea if that is true or not. But after a few months play the Kamui flew off, pad and all.
I am now playing with a different tip and keeping my fingers crossed.