When looking for a quality cue stick, a brand with a long-standing history of excellence is a solid choice. Known for their innovative approach and commitment to quality, Cuetec Cues delivers the best value on the market, loaded with features and selling at prices far below custom cues. One of the best in the business, Cuetec Cues was founded in 1989 and became an overnight success. They started their line with the best available Canadian hard rock maple inner wood core for a sure solid hit, then Power-Bonded with resilient layers of fiberglass or graphite for added power and precision. With a focus on quality in every sense of the word, Cuetec pool cues use only the best tips, ferrules, joints, and wraps. With a focus on using only the best techniques, they carefully seal the exposed ends with a fiber nylon insert to prevent atmospheric conditions from affecting the wood. They use only state of the art construction equipment and techniques for a cue of high standards. The quality control is second to none. In fact, this brand has produced hundreds of major titles including no less than 9 World Championships have been won using the legendary Cuetec pool cues.
Cuetec cues offer a range of high-quality features for the discerning player, each beginning with a shaft A+ Graded North American Maple Wood for quality, control, and consistency in every shot.
Use a Tiger Everest tip and a 5/8” ferrule made of high-impact ABS on a 15.5” SST (super slim taper) – Cuetec’s trademark for their industry-longest pro taper. The core, made of composite, nearly runs through the entirety of the shaft, safeguarding against warp and instability over time.
Shafts use the same SST and incorporate a fiberglass or graphite coating, applied through a proprietary process and finished with a special Tru-Glide finish that keeps stickiness from perspiration or ambient humidity from ruining your game.
Shafts make use of the same Tru-Glide finish to give casual players a worry-free stick that can be stored in hot or cold conditions without deterioration or tackiness to the grip.