TAOM V10

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AndrewActionG
Silver Member
Anyone got some feedback on this new green stuff :p Im a sucker for my pyro. From what I heard thus far is it's more grippy and goes on hard tips better than pyro, and still is just as clean if not more.
 

Poolmanis

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
I tested it now briefly and I can say it is better than Pyro. Sticks in tip like messy Kamui but it is as clean as Pyro. I don´t know how they made it but they still improved. Just wow.
 

libtrucker

New member
I'm psyched. I have a piece coming. I found some guy on FB selling it.

Other than that the only place I could find it was on E-bay and the shipping made it too expensive
 

Bavafongoul

AzB Silver Member
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No chalk is ever worth $40-50 per cube……..period.
Just read Dr. Alciatore’s extensive research on chalks.

if you regularly chalk after every shot or even every other
shot, all chalks are the same. Taom V10 is for pool snobs.
 

libtrucker

New member
I play with a hard tip, and used to chalk with masters after every shot. The pool hall had red felt, and i would leave little blue explosions all over the table. Switched to Kamui, worked great but left shit all over the cue ball and lag ball, and made my hands disgusting.

I payed $20 for the V10, plus $5 for shipping (with some other stuff). So I'm not as big a snob as you think.

Funny, before I tried the Kamui, I always called the predator guys premadonnas, then i went out and spent $30 on a piece of Kamui :censored:
 

Bavafongoul

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
I play with a hard tip, and used to chalk with masters after every shot. The pool hall had red felt, and i would leave little blue explosions all over the table. Switched to Kamui, worked great but left shit all over the cue ball and lag ball, and made my hands disgusting.

I payed $20 for the V10, plus $5 for shipping (with some other stuff). So I'm not as big a snob as you think.

Funny, before I tried the Kamui, I always called the predator guys premadonnas, then i went out and spent $30 on a piece of Kamui :censored:
I am merely basing this on what Taom V10 sells on ebay right now.
This just seems stupid but it’s not my money being spent on chalk.
 

Poolmanis

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
No chalk is ever worth $40-50 per cube……..period.
Just read Dr. Alciatore’s extensive research on chalks.

if you regularly chalk after every shot or even every other
shot, all chalks are the same. Taom V10 is for pool snobs.
And Dr Dave also uses Taom... ;)
And Taom cost to13€ for us here. I bought my Taom Pyro 2020... So not so expensive if i use it about year..
And it saves money for me also because i don´t lose games by getting bad contacts.
I can see more and more pros use it. Some that are even sponsored by Kamui or other brands lol...
 
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Bavafongoul

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
And Dr Dave also uses Taom... ;)
And Taom cost to13€ for us here. I bought my Taom Pyro 2020... So not so expensive if i use it about year..
And it saves money for me also because i don´t lose games by getting bad contacts.
I can see more and more pros use it. Some that are even sponsored by Kamui or other brands lol...
I can understand that when you pay $10-15/hr. playing pool, the price of chalk seems inconsequential.
Heck, look at what some of us have spent on our pool cues so relatively speaking, chalk prices seem
diminutive in comparison. And if the chalk last a long time, any cost amortization makes it less costly.
But gotta say $45- 50 for a cube of chalk, when there are so many other choices, just seems ludicrous.
 

Nyquil

Active member
No chalk is ever worth $40-50 per cube……..period.
Just read Dr. Alciatore’s extensive research on chalks.

if you regularly chalk after every shot or even every other
shot, all chalks are the same. Taom V10 is for pool snobs.
I am all for having nice equipment and buying once crying once etc. but I am with ya on this. I bought a brick of 144 cubes of sky blue masters that will likely out live me for like 25 bucks. Works great and matches the 860hr darn near perfect.
 

philly

AzB Gold Member
Gold Member
Silver Member
No chalk is ever worth $40-50 per cube……..period.
Just read Dr. Alciatore’s extensive research on chalks.

if you regularly chalk after every shot or even every other
shot, all chalks are the same. Taom V10 is for pool snobs.
An $80 piece of chalk will be better.
It has a bigger thumb to grip the cue ball with.
Combined with a $600 shaft and a $40 tip you may never miss a shot or shape again.
 
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