Cuetec Pocket Chalker Tip Pick

Cuetec Pocket Chalker Tip Pick

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$17.50 $14.00
SKU:
TTCTP
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
Color:
Black

Not all pocket chalkers are made the same. This pocket chalker from Cuetec has an unique mini pool cue design with a reinforced metal chain connecter which unscrews to uncover a tip pick for aerating your tip. Please Note - There is no chalk included with this chalker.

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  • Cuetec Pocket Tip Chalker
    5

    Posted by Kevin Smith on Aug 22nd 2017

    I think this tool is great, got one for myself and then bought a few for my friends. The spiky tip fluffer (not sure what it.s called) is the best part.

  • Can I get two
    5

    Posted by Drew on Jul 12th 2017

    These are nice hold that very expensive chalk and a pick to make sure it stays on

  • Good product easy to used
    5

    Posted by Grantley shawn Barker on May 10th 2017

    Very easy to used light weight and easy to carry around thanks ozone.

  • Excellent
    5

    Posted by Brad on Apr 26th 2017

    Pleased

  • I like it.
    4

    Posted by Alfred SLAGLE on Apr 1st 2017

    I needed one for a long time. pic works great. Had to glue the tip end back on. It came off during shipping.

  • Looks nice and works well
    5

    Posted by Carla on Feb 26th 2017

    I've bought these for door prizes and as gifts for my team, and everyone has been very happy with them.

  • Chalk stick
    5

    Posted by Lisamarie on Feb 12th 2017

    Looks great but a little too big for my pocket

  • Good chalker
    4

    Posted by Bob on Feb 7th 2017

    Stays nicely in my pocket. Have had some chalk brands fall out of the vinyl holder, but works OK if you stick a folded piece of paper in one side. Pick works well, like any other.

  • Works if you work it
    5

    Posted by Sloan on Nov 3rd 2016

    I bought this years ago. Eventually I pulled the chalk holder off and soon after, cut the tip tool in half(to fit in my case pocket better.) that was in 2011. Finally lost it. If you can keep track of this, it will last a life time.