Da Vinci Multi Layer Cue Tip - Soft - 13mm

Da Vinci Multi Layer Cue Tip - Soft - 13mm

  • SKU: LC421
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The Da Vinci Multi Layer Cue Tip by Renzline is a high quality tip that's used on most professional Longoni cues. Made with quality leather and set at a competitive price to fit every players budget. This Da Vinci tip features:

  • Available in 13mm size
  • Soft density
  • 5 Layers of pigskin leather
  • Holds chalk well and produces consistency and control on every shot
  • The official tip used by Longoni Cues
  • Sold individually
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  • Good Tips

    Posted by AndyG on Nov 27th 2022

    So far so good, seem well made, have to get used to a softer tip but I like them so far. Great for the price

  • works well

    Posted by Joseph on Dec 15th 2015

    worked good for my style of play

  • Not good

    Posted by James Brydges on Aug 16th 2012

    I had the Da Vinci cue tip put on my Meucci cue. The Da Vinci cue tip does not hold the chalk as it should. I use only Silver Cup chalk.

  • Da Vinci Multi Layer Cue Tip

    Posted by Dwight on May 31st 2011

    Great tip just what I needed.

  • Increased cue ball control

    Posted by DR Mann on Feb 4th 2011

    I have used the Elk Master Soft Cue Tips (QTELK-13) for many years but finally decided to take the plunge and try a higher quality tip. I purchased a Da Vinci Multi Layer Cue Tip - Soft (LC421) and have been astounded with the increased cue ball control. I had thought a tip was a tip but I was totally wrong. I have three shooting ques and a break cue. I guarantee my next oZone order will include at least two more high quality tips for the other two shooting ques and go whole hog with the Kamui Black Laminated Leather Tips - Super Soft (QTKABSS). It only comes at 14mm and all my ferrules are 13mm which will require some hand trimming before using the Porper's "Cut-Rite" Tip Shaper/Cutter (TTPCR1) to finish the tip trimming.

  • The soft tip copy

    Posted by Richard on Feb 3rd 2011

    This tip plays okay for a new player,but would not really be used by an advanced player.