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Homepool Billiards Cue 130cm (51")

Regular Price: € 12.00 -33%

€ 8.00

Designed for Playing pool at home, especially with the HOMEPOOL

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SKU: S130129 (61076)
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Delivery in 3 to 4 working days
Product benefits
  1. The rubber tip of your cue will not leave a mark as it doesn't require chalk.
    Ease of use
    The rubber tip of your cue will not leave a mark as it doesn't require chalk.
  2. Easy assembly / dismantling
    Easy to store and transport: the cue unscrews into 2 parts.
Product feature
  1. Weight and dimensions
    Your Homepool billiards cue is 130 cm (51 inches) long and weighs 289 g (10 oz). Its smaller size allows you to play more easily in small rooms.
  2. What can you do with the Homepool cue?
    The Homepool cue is designed for beginners that want to learn how to naturally pocket balls. It is not suitable for intermediate or advanced players that want to put spin on balls.
  3. Why opt for a shorter cueLet us explain
    Thanks to its small size, you can easily practise in small spaces and even teach your kids to play.Because yes, children can play billiards. It is a sport that develops their concentration, teaches them to follow rules, and offers a quick brush up on geometry (it's true!). But above all, billiards is a fun activity to share with your kids.
  4. For more information on the Homepool billiards cue:
    Your billiards cue unscrews into 2 parts halfway down the shaft to make it easier to transport. The heel of the butt (the part that you place on the ground!) is made of rubber: no chance of damaging the cue or the floor when waiting to take your next shot!
  5. Are you learning to play pool? Our team has some tips for starting out:
    Unlike many other opinions, billiards really is a sport! And an accuracy sport in this case. Take some time finding a stable position to become more comfortable and be able to successfully repeat an accurate movement. Finally, rather than rely on luck and circumstance, depend on strategy, accuracy, and success. Got it? Visualise your shots and dare to shoot at the pack to see what you can get :)
  6. Marbles or balls? Cues or sticks? Here is some pool vocabulary.
    If you ever hear the term "holes" in reference to pool, that isn't the right word for the sport! That's right! If you want to start playing pool, you'll need to put balls in the pockets (not the holes). But how? By shooting the white ball with a cue. Here we talk about a cue, rather than a stick.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Bar : 100.0% Wood
  2. Approved by
    Corentin, Manon, Denis and Bérangère, members of the Geologic team and gold, silver, and bronze in French billiards.
  3. Storage advice
    Your pool cue is made of wood: to prevent it from losing its shape, we recommend storing it horizontally out of direct sunlight, humidity, and temperature changes :)
  4. Product catchline
    Cue stick with plastic tip, can be dismantled..