Pool Cue Case

chas1022

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I just started to get back in pool and I would like to ask people on here for advice on buying a cue case. I have 2 butts and 4 shafts and just want a nice durable case ,nothing fancy . I have read about Instroke ,JB, and J&J and a few others. I would like to stay around $200.00 to $250. Thanks
 

Kickin' Chicken

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I just started to get back in pool and I would like to ask people on here for advice on buying a cue case. I have 2 butts and 4 shafts and just want a nice durable case ,nothing fancy . I have read about Instroke ,JB, and J&J and a few others. I would like to stay around $200.00 to $250. Thanks

as is the case with most pool gear there will be subjectivity but I'm gonna guess most who respond will be recommending the JB Rugged cases. His ballistic nylon Rugged cases offer great protection and are very reasonably priced.

Good luck.
 

L I F D 1

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I just started to get back in pool and I would like to ask people on here for advice on buying a cue case. I have 2 butts and 4 shafts and just want a nice durable case ,nothing fancy . I have read about Instroke ,JB, and J&J and a few others. I would like to stay around $200.00 to $250. Thanks
I paid $140.00 for mine and it's Fkn' Perfect, No Complaints.
http://www.superiorcues.com
(scroll down to middle of page, it's right there}
 

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RickLafayette

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as is the case with most pool gear there will be subjectivity but I'm gonna guess most who respond will be recommending the JB Rugged cases. His ballistic nylon Rugged cases offer great protection and are very reasonably priced.

Good luck.

JB Rugged cases.
 

jimmyco

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Don't know if they are still available, but Joe Porper Protect-a-Cue USA made cases are very well built and priced right.
 

ivicafranic

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I have this 2x4 leather Vincitore case.
I would sell it for 240$-shipped what is a really great price for a leather case. It is brand new.
If you are interested feel free to contact me.
Kindest regards
 

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crawf

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Just my opinion. The Introke premier black 2x4 cue case is a great case. Its with made from a vinyl which very closely resembles leather.

John
 

Scratch85

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Just my opinion, but Omega has many reasonable/good quality cases available at affordable prices. I have a 2X4 Omega and use it frequently. I don’t store my cues in cases but own several. Everything from custom genuine leather to soft vinyl. Real leather cases can have difficult zippers and pockets. My advice is beware of genuine leather cases. Some look great but aren’t terribly functional. My most used case is a 1X1 Action case bought from Pooldawg. My point is, you need different cases to transport or store cues for a week or so than you need to throw in your car to play at lunch. No need to over spend on the day case.


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GoldCrown

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Proper VIP soft case is quite a great value. I have 4/8 Porper Vip Cordura. Also comes in 2/4.

The JB rugged is probably the best case on the market and will last lifetime.

Nothing wrong with a Guisseppe ...great cases at really good prices. They are made well and last. Plenty of pocket space.
 
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ideologist

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as is the case with most pool gear there will be subjectivity but I'm gonna guess most who respond will be recommending the JB Rugged cases. His ballistic nylon Rugged cases offer great protection and are very reasonably priced.

Good luck.

The interiors are trash.
 

ChicagoRJ

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Just my opinion. The Introke premier black 2x4 cue case is a great case. Its with made from a vinyl which very closely resembles leather.

John

I agree. You can't beat the price for a case that can withstand anything. Vinyl will last as long as anything you put on a case. They're tough cases. I have JB and Instroke cases. Either one works just fine.
 

RakRunr

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One bit of non-vendor based advice: buy something a little bigger than what you think you need. If you currently have 2 buts and 4 shafts, I would go for a 3x4/5/6 to give you a little extra room for future equipment.
 

pocket

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The interiors are trash.

First I’ve ever heard anyone say that, be interested to hear the story behind that statement.

JB Rugged would be my vote. I’ve had mine for a couple years now and it’s gotten heavy use. Very solid.
 

Nine ... corner

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One more vote for JB rugged cases. I would suggest you go up to their web site and play around with the design element to make your custom case. It's free and it's fun. :thumbup:
 

skogstokig

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how are the JB cases when it comes to rain?

i walk to my pool hall and no matter how much it pours my noname nylon case keeps everything dry
 
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