Peradon, the world’s longest established cue manufacturer, crafted this full size cue.
In addition, Peradon cues need to be cared for correctly as they are tapered pieces of timber. If they are not, there is a high possibility of warping.
First, to check the straightness of your cue you must not roll it on the table. This is because cues are never perfectly elongated tapers. Instead, cues should be “sighted” which is the method used by cue makers at each stage of production. In order to do this look down the cue’s length from butt to tip turning the cue slowly, any warpage will be easy to see. Following the advice below will ensure that your cue remains in perfect condition for every game.
Come and view this and many other cues in our retail shop. You will be able to test the strength and balance of our wide variety and range of cues plus accessories that we have to offer. You will be greeted by friendly staff with expert knowledge about all things snooker and pool related.
Furthermore, when purchasing a new cue we offer the option of a free of charge re-tipping service that will carried out by our time served billiard table fitters on site.