OB Cues DigiCue BLUE Billiard Training Device

OB Cues DigiCue BLUE Billiard Training Device

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$187.00 $149.60
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The DigiCue BLUE Billiard Training Device by OB Cues is a Bluetooth enabled revolutionary electronic training device for improving player performance through stroke consistency and accuracy. OB Cues mission is to help players get serious about their game; this training aid will benefit novices and professionals alike. Simply slide the DigiCue BLUE onto the butt end of your cue, push the power button and then play your game of choice. This device is like having your own personal coach giving you immediate feedback on every shot that you shoot by alerting you with vibrations when it detects any inconsistencies in your stroke and sends detailed results and stats to your smart phone or tablet. The DigiCue BLUE Billiard Training Device features:

  • Immediate Feedback alerting you with a vibration when an inconsistency in your stroke is detected
  • Detects (with vibrations) - Jab Strokes, Follow Through (smoothness / acceleration through the cue ball ), Finish Duration, Steering, Straightness of Stroke, Finesse, Shot Interval and Backstroke Pause Duration
  • 4 Unique Settings – Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and Custom Modes
  • Comes in 2 sizes to fit the vast majority of Pool, Snooker and Carom cues
  • Discreet and lightweight (less than an ounce)
  • Can be used when you train/practice and also during competition
  • Automatically shuts off after 5 minutes of not hitting a ball to maximize battery life
  • Battery included
  • Comes with the Free DigiCue App available for both iOS (Apple) and Android
  • Made in the USA
  • 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty against any manufacturer defects (not including abuse)

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  • One feature doesn't work

    Posted by Carol on Apr 1st 2018

    Seems like this would be a very useful tool for improving your stroke. Unfortunately, the app doesn’t have full functionality with my new Samsung Galaxy J3. It records shots, and keeps stats . . . but it will not save any custom configurations, so I’m limited to using the device’s 3 default settings, which have to be set from the device, rather than from the app. It doesn’t work on my husband’s older Samsung G900-A either. If this thing would work as it’s supposed to, I’d be giving it a 5-star rating.

    Apparently there’s an issue with the types of Bluetooth used by our phones. I don’t know how common this is. It took about 6 weeks to get the problem figured out, due to Ozone Billiard’s ineptitude . . . 3 weeks in FedEx limbo because Ozone sent me a return label with an incorrect address, then another couple of weeks sitting around at Ozone’s office, while I thought it was being tested by the maker. Ozone finally decided to contact me; then another week waiting for a replacement device---which worked exactly as the first one did. One hour on the phone with OB Cues, who makes these things, just to learn that there is no fix for the problem as long as I’m using the phone I own---which I bought for the express purpose of running this device’s app!

    I’ve decided to keep the device even though one very useful feature doesn’t work for me. If you’re going to get one of these, I suggest buying it directly from the manufacturer, OB Cues. Their customer service is excellent.

    The documentation that comes with the device is very limited. It was only by accident that I found the in-app descriptions of each of the stroke faults measured by the device. There are some good videos on YouTube that show how to use various features, that you won’t learn about on anything that comes with the device. If I’d found them earlier, it would have eliminated a lot of confusion as I was trying to figure out why I couldn’t get it to save custom settings.

    One odd thing is that when I forget to turn the DigiCue on, it will often turn itself on at some point, as my stick hits the cue ball. I don’t consider this a problem, though.

  • Digit clue blue

    Posted by Ernest Wright on Mar 16th 2018

    This is a must for the most serious player. A fine tool to help you make it to the top.

  • DigiCue Blue

    Posted by Rick on Jan 2nd 2018

    I love technology and have issues with my pool stroke that creep in over time especially when it comes to my elbow and trying to steer the ball into the pocket. It is so subtle that I don't notice it until it is too late. I decided to give DigiCue Blue a try. DigiCue Blue is basically a small computer with algorithms that sends immediate feedback to an App on your I-phone. You can choose the skill level of your ability and in my case I started with intermediate as my Fargo rating is a 497 but play better than my rating shows. It says to put it on your cue, choose the game of your choice and start playing but I don't advise that. There are some shots that require getting the cue out of the way to prevent double hits in which case the DigiCue will vibrate because of a fault and it is very distracting. I now use it for about 1 - 1 1/2 hours a day going through my drills and then I take it off to run a few racks. This way I get the immediate feedback that is needed to correct my flaws and I'm not mentally distracted when actually playing. I am a big proponent of when you practice do so with perfect practice so as to develop good muscle memory so that when you play you can just let your subconscious take over and allow the muscle memory to perform. I highly recommend DigiCue Blue to improve your game as long as you use it to hone your stroke during drills. I plan on using it everyday for that purpose and in the short time that I have used it I definitely see improvement in several different areas but most notably in tip steer (my elbow).