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Why Grafex Cues are Superior
The Grafex CUE range is made FROM Superior Graphite COMPOSITE
The Grafex Cue Range represents the pinnacle of cue manufacturing technology, incorporating cutting-edge innovations for unrivalled control and performance. Its exceptional construction achieves superior balance and weight distribution through the utilisation of advanced composite materials. Materials like graphite, have transformed various sports like tennis, skiing, fishing, and golf.
Graphite cues outshine wooden ones in terms of durability and resistance to warping. While many cues claim to be warp-resistant, the Grafex cue stands as a global leader. Unlike many competitors, the Grafex range boasts a resin-filled core, entirely devoid of timber content in the butt or shaft. Grafex cues are impervious to damage and warping up to a temperature of 75°C. The Grafex’s sleek, innovative slim-tapered shaft delivers unparalleled control and performance, facilitating a very robust and steady stroke. Furthermore, the Grafex Shaft finish minimises drag and prevents catching fingers, ensuring a consistent shot.
The Grafex range showcases a stainless steel joint crafted through a precision CNC process, reducing vibrations and maintaining cue straightness.
Notably, Grafex cues now incorporate the world-renowned Elkmaster tips crafted from high-quality treated leather. A quality tip ensures that the cue doesn’t slip, reducing the likelihood of a missed shot. The Grafex range introduces groundbreaking internal multi-weight technology, allowing users to easily adjust the cue’s weight, making it one of the most versatile cues on the market today.
Inferior graphite cues often comprise wood wrapped in a graphite and fibreglass blend coated with resin. The presence of timber in the butt of these cues can lead to warping issues. Components used in these inferior graphite cues are frequently electroplated to imitate higher-quality stainless steel components, lacking the performance and quality of authentic stainless steel. A subpar stainless steel joint can result in a loose and less durable feel to the cue, leading to an annoying buzz upon impact, and reduced precision.
In these inferior cues, shafts are typically constructed using low-quality epoxy resin and fitted with inexpensive, lower-grade tips, leading to reduced control and performance and an increased risk of warping. By utilising the highest-quality components and pioneering craftsmanship, Grafex has solidified its status as a leading force in the world of graphite cues.
When you choose a Grafex Cue, you are selecting a cue that seamlessly combines style, quality, and performance to create an exceptional product. The cues’ stunning appearance and feel, coupled with their top-notch design, enable maximum performance with minimal effort.
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Our Range of Grafex Cues
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Product on saleGrafex Carbon Jump Cue$265.50
Product on saleGrafex Carbon Fibre Cue$315.00
Product on saleGrafex Triple X Multi Weight Cue – 2 Piece, Black, 9mm Tip$196.00
Product on saleGrafex Junior Neon Graphite Pool Cue – 52″$116.10
Product on saleGrafex Neon Pool Cue$125.10
Product on saleGrafex Princess – Pink Graphite Pool Cue$162.00
Product on saleGrafex Tournament Graphite Pool Cue$162.00
Product on saleGrafex Lace Graphite Pool Cue$162.00
Product on saleGrafex Model Graphite Pool Cue$162.00
Product on saleGrafex ART Graphite Pool Cue$189.00
Product on saleGrafex Supreme Graphite Pool Cue$198.00