Cue Cube Nickel Silver

Cue Cube Nickel Silver

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The Cue Cube Nickel Silver is a two-in-one tool that shapes the cue tip to a Nickel radius, while the other scuffs the cue tip to hold chalk and prevent miscues. Made of solid metal with silicon carbide, this device lasts and lasts. This product is used by professional players. The Cue Cube has a successful track record among pool players because it works so well and is reasonably priced. This Cue Cube Nickel Silver features:

  • Precise Cue Tip Shaping to a Nickel (.4175”) Radius
  • Scuffs Tip to Hold Chalk
  • Gives Ultimate Ball Control and Prevents Excessive Wearing of Tip
  • Made of Solid Metal with Silicon Carbide
  • Successful Track Record Among Pool Players
  • Made in USA
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  • Compact and Handy

    Posted by HOWARD Clark on Aug 5th 2019

    Great rough surface. Compact.


    Posted by Steven Cain on May 13th 2019

    very nice

  • cue cube

    Posted by john lasala on May 7th 2018

    Excellent well made.

  • Cue Cube Nickel Silver

    Posted by Unknown on May 7th 2018

    Handy little tool.

  • cue cube

    Posted by mark on May 6th 2018

    works great

  • Cube is very efficient in scuffing and shapping tips

    Posted by Glenn on Jan 18th 2017

    I use cubes very often as i said in the headline they are very efficient in scuffing and shapping however Ii only gave 4 out of 5 stars because of there increase in cost and that they clog up requiring occasional cleaning

  • Great cheap tool

    Posted by Denis on Apr 29th 2016

    Love this tool, would recommend to anyone and everyone.

  • Cue Cube

    Posted by Fred on Mar 8th 2016

    Very abrasive but does the job

  • Easy to use

    Posted by Mike on Apr 20th 2015

    Extremely easy to use. Does what it's supposed to. I like to put this on the ground, invert my pool cue and use the weight of the cue to get an even scuffing. Just place the butt of the cue in between your hands and pretend you're trying to start a campfire. Easy as 1-2-3.