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    Default Has anyone heard of kinver cues??

    Kinver cues any reviews??

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    Not heard of them, but a bit confused
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    Kinver Is a place near Stourbridge , it's a trading name apparently and the badge says kinver cues

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    Hello all, there is no mystery, we are Kinver Cues!

    We sell and made, high quality cues and cases, we are fairly new in the business but

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    Your cues look a bit like rebadged Grand Cues. Forgive me if this is not the case.

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    This is blatant advertising on my part but they are not as good as my cue range and that is not me saying it - that is what everyone else is saying.
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    Hello Cuehead, They are not rebadged Grand Cues, although I can see why you would think so, different country altogether! Ours are not made in China.

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    Our website is up and running now, www.kinvercues.co.uk, all our products are

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