What break cue does Shane Van Boening use?

Cuetec WCT Break Cue
The Cuetec WCT Break Cue may be the most technically advanced cue on the market today. Designed and being used by Champion player Shane Van Boening, The South Dakota KId, the WCT Break Cue is constructed to offer a monster break with maximum control.

What is the best weight for a break cue?

The average and most common weight is around 19 oz. Breaking cues, on the other hand, usually start at 21 oz. and can weigh over 27 oz. Most players assume that a heavier cue means a more powerful break.

What break cues do the pros use?

Here are our top 5 break cues:

  • Predator BK3 Break Cue. The Predator BK3 is one of the best break cue sticks on the market.
  • Elite Break Cue. Weighing 27oz, the Elite Break Cue is the heaviest cue on the market.
  • Mezz Power Break II.
  • Longoni TJB Cue.
  • Cuetec Bullet Break Cue.

What is the heaviest legal pool cue?

Pool Cues can weigh from 17 ounces all the way up to 21 ounces. The different weights can affect several factors depending on if it’s lighter or heavier. The weight can also affect the players control over Side Spin (or English) and the effectiveness of a players break.

How many ounces should my pool cue be?

Ideally, you should get a cue stick weighing 18.5-21 ounces for American pool and one that weighs 17-19 ounces for English pool.

How do you clean a cuetec cue?

Regular wiping with a damp rag or paper towel will go a long way in keeping your cue clean and smooth. You can dilute a little dish soap for added cleaning ability. Use Cuetec Hi-Tech for maximum cleaning and conditioning. Light sanding or buffing with 2200 grit sandpaper will help to buff out minor scratches.

Should I break cue heavy or light?

The idea is that the lighter the cue, the faster you can swing it. And the faster you can swing it, the harder you can break. Because this theory revolves around acceleration and speed, lighter break cues are good for players who are able to be accurate with a fast, athletic break stroke.

What is the Cuetec Meteor Break?

The Cuetec Meteor Break stands by its name: It comes down on the ball with the power and strength of a meteor! If you are a power player, then you will surely have the ability in your hands, especially for the first shot of the game when you break the set of balls on the billiard table!

What are Cuetec Meteor series pool cues?

The Cuetec Meteor series cues are constructed from fine quality material to ensure durability and boost one’s performance. The common features of cues part of this series is a 13mm Tiger 5 layer hard cowhide leather tip. A sturdy tip is essential for power, precise and smooth pool game.

Should I upgrade to a Meteor Break cue?

If you get into the game, you will immediately want to upgrade to a quality break cue. The Cuetec Meteor Break stands by its name: It comes down on the ball with the power and strength of a meteor!

What are breakbreak cues used for?

Break cues are for that first shot of the game, which breaks the balls right before using your regular cue. Thus, these are made from heavier materials and are very helpful for accurate instead of speed shots. Quality cues are also great for reducing wear-and-tear on the tips and ferrules of regular cues.