Its one of the most frequently asked questions we get here at PoolDawg. “What is the most popular pool cue, tip tool, case, etc?” Over the next few weeks (or months depending on how often I get to blog), I’ll be going through our final 2008 sales stats to tell you our best sellers in each brand and category. Keep in mind that these are not recommendations as in some cases the best cue will not always be the same as the best selling cue.
Starting off this series of posts I’m going with Break Cues. We carry excellent break cues from companies like Predator, Mezz, Players and Lucasi to name a few, but one cue outsold them all: The Elite Heavy Break Cue.
Its controversial, its polarizing and for the second year in a row, it is our best selling break cue by a wide margin. As with most breakers now, it features a phenolic tip and ferrule but what really sets it apart from the rest is the weight. We have yet to find a heavier break cue on the market and at 27oz, this one isn’t exactly street legal. Love it or hate it, you can’t deny its popularity.Google+
Sorry about the lack of posts for the past 5 months… yikes! You’ll be happy to know that we’ll be blogging again on a regular basis and more importantly, the Elite Heavy Break Cue is back in stock. The announcement went out yesterday via email. so in case you missed it, here it is again:
Back by popular demand is the Elite Heavy Duty 27oz “Banned” Break Cue. We hear it over and over again. Pool players always want to know how to get a stronger break. They want more power and more action. If you can handle it, the answer for you may just be the new Elite “Heavy” Break Cue. This new breaker generates power through its massive weight. Rather than weighing just 20oz or 21oz, the Heavy weighs in at approximately 27oz, making it one of the heaviest breakers on the market.
The weight is only part of the story. The cue also features a phenolic tip and ferrule giving it more power than a standard leather tip. The wood pin is actually built into the shaft, giving the Heavy not only superior power but also unprecedented feel for a break cue. It should be noted that this cue is not for everyone. Some leagues have banned this break cue, as it exceed their maximum weight restrictions. Also, keep in mind that if your ball comes off the table, it is a foul so you will need to have control to go along with the power of your break.
This cue is now back in stock and ready to ship. If you have any question about the Banned Breaker or any of the pool cues or billiards products we carry, don’t hesitate to email or call us toll free at 866-843-3294.Google+