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Joining the Grafex cue range is the Jumping Jack Flash Graphite cues. At only 102cm long, these stylish 1 piece, minature graphite cues are perfect for trick shots, jumping balls or the perfect sized starter cue for the kids.
The Jumping Jack Flash Graphite Cue is available in a black 1 piece style only
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The Grafex Cue Range contains the latest and most innovative cue manufacturing technology available with unparalleled control and performance.
The Superior construction in both balance and weight distribution is due to the use of advanced composite materials. Composite materials such as graphite have revolutionized many other sports such as tennis, skiing, fishing and golf.
Graphite cues are more durable then wooden cues and are warp resistant. Many cues claim to be warp-resistant but the Grafex cue is a world leader, as unlike many other manufacturers, the Grafex range has a resin-filled core and no timber content in the butt or shaft. Grafex cues are damage & warp resistant within the temperature range of 80C and 75C.
The Grafex’s smooth revolutionary slim tapered shaft allows for unparalleled control and performance, offering the strongest and steadiest stroke. The Grafex Shaft finish also prevents drag and “catching of the fingers” to ensure your shot is consistent.
The Grafex range features a Stainless steel Joint constructed with a CNC process which reduces vibration and ensures cue straightness.
Grafex cues feature now feature the world renowned Elkmaster tips made from high quality treated leather. A quality tip prevents the cue from slipping, causing you to miss a shot.
The Grafex range utilise revolutionary internal multi-weight technology, allowing users to easily adjust the cue weight and offering one of the most flexible cues on the market today.
Inferior graphite cues are manufactured using wood wrapped with a graphite & fibreglass blend coated with resin. The Timber in the butt of these cues can pose a risk of warping.
The cue components used in inferior graphite cues are often electroplated to appear like higher quality stainless steel components and lack the performance and quality of stainless steel. A poor quality stainless steel joint can create a loose and less durable feel to the cue causing a “buzzing” sound upon impact, reducing precision upon impact.
The shafts in inferior cues are constructed with a low quality epoxy resin and fitted with poor quality, cheaper tips resulting in reduced control and performance whilst also increasing the possibility of warping.
Utilising the highest quality components and top quality craftsman innovations, Grafex has a reputation as one of the leading graphite cues in the world today.
Choosing a Grafex Cue is choosing a cue that combines style, quality and performance to produce a truly magnificent product.