So please share with us the tools you would recommend to replace the ultimate....what do you carry?
Agreed. For those that weren't very good with it or new people who want to try one, here is a post I wrote a couple of days ago that offers several tips that will help you have great success with it.The porper tip shaper is actually awesome if used correctly. I haven't found anything better to fix a mushroomed tip by hand.
it's definitely the messiest chalk I've ever used!Predator chalk. It came next day from Amazon. So why not try it. Works great except after about 2 hours of play my hands are dyed blue and I have to vacuum my table. Literally leaves piles of fine dust on hard hits with a soft tip. Had to wash my cue ball 3 times to get that stuff off.
Working downtown one day couple construction workers were talking about playing pool after work I overheard them say no we can't go there they have a tournament on Tuesdays.I once purchased a basic (pre carbon fiber) Cuetec cue. I could not get used to the fiberglass coated shaft . It was my first and last Cuetec.
I tried the jump/break cue with the clear fiber glass.I once purchased a basic (pre carbon fiber) Cuetec cue. I could not get used to the fiberglass coated shaft . It was my first and last Cuetec.
But it fits in your pocket!!!! One never knows when they will get that hankerin' to catch some fish. I cant be carrying no 6' fishing rod when I visit my parole officer, it may be construed as a weapon and I'd be fixing to get more time. Dang, the Pocket Fisherman is a great invention!!!Well a single tool designed to do spicific job, normally does that job fest.
Many great thing that work as advertised, and then crap on info Mercian that don’t.
Tonkin, or was it Ronco Pocket Fisherman was a POS. Sold well, made money, but POS.