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i like minePhilippine cue,no wonder.
It's an Eh, Benny...
I will never order a cue from the Philippines again, they all try to rip you off, even the famous makers.
Why did you buy a $60 cue from overseas?
Thanks for the warning, but the previous question screams "caveat emptor, pal"
I'm not from the US. I never bought the really "cheap" ones, they were like $1300+ and I chose known makers all the time. Had problems every single time.Well I know my buddy George P ordered a couple of Cues from Philippines, they were from no name builders on eBay. Problem was they were made we assume in wet humid climate. After 90 days in Hot Dry No Humity Arizona, they warped.
Maybe I am being judgmental but why buy from Phillipines, when you got Cuemaker right here in USA who can & will do you a Cue for you.
Plus your not dealing with some person 5-7,000 miles away who may not even be anything but middle man, or women. Cue broker for kids in Cue building hobby for profit.
I'm not from the US. I never bought the really "cheap" ones, they were like $1300+ and I chose known makers all the time. Had problems every single time.
I liked their designs and craftsmanship but you can't trust them.
They can make nice cues, but they'll try to rip you off when they can.
Here, my 5 Philippine made cues, had more but I sold them.
Yeah they're the real deal.Those 5 are read deal, not Magic Market, or Decals?