Best one I've ever had!
September 29, 2014
I bought this a LONG time ago, but wanted to see wear and tear so I can comment on which part is the weakest and needs more careful attention. But, after all this time, I just got bored of waiting because it is still as good as new.
A friend of mine bought a $149 case around the same time, and now he has to replace his and this one is still hanging on, I wonder why that one costs $149! Maybe because that one weights about twice as much.
Here's what it can hold:
One playing cue, it's shaft, and a back-up shaft.
One break cue and it's shaft.
One jump cue and it's shaft. Ofc putting the butt in the bigger front pocket.
Glove, chalk holder, tip cue, small bottle of baby powder.
And if you have a jump-break cue instead of two separate cues, you just freed your big front pocket. I which case you can bring your own cue ball too.
One thing though, a 6 holes are pretty deep, so if your cue does not have a joint protector, it will be difficult to get it out. But, joint protectors are very cheap and good to have, so you should have one anyways.
If you are looking for a $20 case, pay a little more and get this ever-lasting case.
If you are looking for a $50 case, just choose this model and your favorite color.
If you are looking for a $149 case.... hmm.... I have no idea why you'll do that, lol. (don't hate me $149ers)