Multi Layer Pool Cue Tips at Wal Mart



Ok, got a bunch of cheap cues in my pool room that need new tips. Been putting it off and while I usually go for the Elk Masters, saw these and decided to try them out and see if they were any good.

Generally I like Tiger Everest tips on my good cues but for the bang about cues that I let inexperienced guests use I figured I would give them a try.

Anybody try these cue tips or have any experience?

Regards,
Crankster
 

Poolplaya9

Tellin' it like it is...
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They are cheap enough to try it seems. To my eyes that leather doesn't look to have the characteristics that generally makes for good tip leather but you can't always tell from looks and they might just end up being pretty good.

Personally, I don't think you can go wrong with Triangle tips (non-layered) which would be my choice in your situation. They are cheap, consistent, hold chalk well, aren't prone to miscueing, hit and play good, require minimal maintenance, and have decades of proven track record and are still to this day fairly popular among top players. The Elk Masters you were using aren't a bad choice either but they have a softer hit than most tend to prefer, may require a little more maintenance, and may not last as long.
 

HueblerHustler7

AndrewActionG
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Ok, got a bunch of cheap cues in my pool room that need new tips. Been putting it off and while I usually go for the Elk Masters, saw these and decided to try them out and see if they were any good.

Generally I like Tiger Everest tips on my good cues but for the bang about cues that I let inexperienced guests use I figured I would give them a try.

Anybody try these cue tips or have any experience?

Regards,
Crankster
Unsure, skeptical as well, the pictures show a H on the black witch you'd think means " Hard " yet the ad says soft or medium. But then again for 10 tips at $15 may be worth a try. Please let us know a review if you end up making the jump to try them out.
 

buckshotshoey

AzB Silver Member
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Unsure, skeptical as well, the pictures show a H on the black witch you'd think means " Hard " yet the ad says soft or medium. But then again for 10 tips at $15 may be worth a try. Please let us know a review if you end up making the jump to try them out.
This^^^. For $15.00, what do you have to lose? Except I see on the website the medium Is out of stock.
 
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