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    Default NEED HELP! Regarding a chalk pouch/holder

    I like to chalk my cue between most shots whilst playing snooker and normally like to keep my piece of chalk in my trouser pocket instead of on the table itself. However as you can imagine by the end of a match my pocket is covered in chalk from top the bottom.

    I have been told to inv

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    I always kept my chalk in my pocket, but after some advice I went for a pouch, it's great, wish I had done it ages ago. I didn't go for the magnetic t

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    Still leave chalk in the pocket for me. Easy to get to, no clicking sound, no pouch to lose and we have a washing machine.........everyone's a winner.

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    yes nothing worst than hearing "click, click, click" from across the room -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    The peradon is the best one I've found, really soft leather, the cheaper ones on

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    Default NEED HELP! Regarding a chalk pouch/holder

    got one of those argos kit repair kits a while back don't judge was in a rush ! but you get a leather one and a magnetic and plastic one but never rel

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    Nothing wrong with keeping chalk in your back pocket, I've only put one hole in a pair of jeans and they were my Hugo Boss ones...150 I paid for them

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