Lucky Cues by McDermott - Honey

Lucky Cues by McDermott - Honey

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Lucky Cues by McDermott provides players of any level with top performance. This cues is made with hard rock maple and features a unique graphic design that is sure to catch some attention. This cue is constructed with quality and precise technical specifications to deliver one of the most solid hits in the industry. Choose your Lucky Cue and start your winning streak today. This Pool Cue Features:

  • Design: Hard Rock Maple with Honey stain
  • Shaft: 29 13mm North American Grade A maple shaft
  • Tip: Premium leather
  • Joint: 3/8 x 10, Wood to wood
  • Wrap: No wrap
  • Warranty: 3 Year
  • Premium high luster urethane finish
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  • Nice Cue/Quality

    Posted by BONG on Nov 5th 2017

    I leave note I said I need straight cue a gond they send me straight cue and no defects I buy again ozone billiards best que for the money

  • Lucky in Love

    Posted by CHARLES on Dec 24th 2016

    Love my new stick! Exactly what was looking for.


    Posted by LUIS on Jan 26th 2016


  • Lucky Cues are Great Cues

    Posted by David on Nov 8th 2014

    I have bought 8 Lucky cues, 2 for myself and the rest for friends and others that wanted their own first cue. I also recommended them to others as a first cue to order on their own. I bought many other cues in the same or more price range that are intended as first or intermediate cues. None of those came close to matching the feel, construction or warranty of the Lucky Cues. The 3/8-10 joint is a very strong joint. I personally prefer a cue without a wrap. Although I appreciate fine craftsmanship of high end cues, I am more interested in a good playing shaft such as used on Lucky Cues. The Lucky Cues can easily be updated to using McDermott Intimidator I-1, I-2 or I-3 shafts and G Core shafts with the same joint type, thus allowing a second cue for breaking or greater control using the butt section from a second Lucky Cue. Or simply just having another Lucky Cue for your partner or guest player. I normally break with my playing cue and once broke a ferrule which was replaced under warranty, though tips are not covered. They are tough to beat for the price. And mine get beat. And I always recommend Ozone Billiards as the place to buy billiard equipment. From someone with about 50 years of playing experience.

  • great for the price

    Posted by whatsawhosa on Apr 26th 2014

    bought this cue with the bakelite tip to use as a break stick. Later weighted it to 20oz and applied a cheap rubber grip. Definitely gets the job done. perfect for only fifty bucks.

  • Worth more than the price

    Posted by Adam on Mar 3rd 2014

    The cue, for $40, is really unbeatable. It's a solid cue, shoots well enough, and is probably one of the best cues you're going to find for under $50. I'd recommend this as a nice starter cue for anyone who doesn't want to shell out a fortune.

    As an aside, the tip on it is hard enough that it can be used as a cheap break cue. My break cue tip busted off and I was using this cue as a replacement for a few weeks. It worked well enough.

  • Love it

    Posted by AlAN on Nov 30th 2013

    this cue plays very well, I have had several cues and still do however I play with this cue all the time. great feel, looks good and plays great. I am definitely glad I got this cue.

  • Great cue

    Posted by Danny on Jan 22nd 2013

    Not only is this a nice looking cue, it feels good , with great balance and low deflection

  • WOW!

    Posted by Bill on Feb 9th 2012

    I have been playing for over 45 years and have had MANY factory & custom made cues. I just wish I could have gotten this cue originally and stuck with it. GREAT soft but solid hit like a regular McDermott or even a Southwest, w/ forward balance (19 1/2') when I took the 1 oz. weight bolt out.
    I don't like the hard Triangle like tip because I miscue w/ them so I am replacing it w/ a soft Wizard should be about perfect when I cut down the weight bolt a little and reinstall it.
    The shaft needed to be smoothed a bit and it is thick so in the future I may taper it down a bit to fit my style. THIS IS A GREAT CUE if you like the 3/8-10 wood to wood joint types.
    I am not kidding....I actually like this cue better than most any other I have owned or tried. And I bought it mail order, sight unseen.

    It reminds me of my ($69) Fender Squier 51' guitar that replaces my $1500 vintage 52' Tele reissue....after I replaced the pickups.