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  • DeanH
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    I was always looking for a "soft" tip that had all the other good attributes we are all looking for, I think the MW Supertip gets better with age
    stick with it and enjoy and focus on your game

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  • hot123456
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    Tried it yesterday.Great tip,little bit harder than I expect but grip the ball so well.Good feeling and reaction.Thanks Dean

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  • DeanH
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    Originally posted by hot123456 View Post
    There’s something is more dangerous than the virus in hk.
    But anyway,you too mate.
    that is what i meant
    be safe

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  • hot123456
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    There’s something is more dangerous than the virus in hk.
    But anyway,you too mate.

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  • DeanH
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    take care

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  • hot123456
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    I’m from hk

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  • DeanH
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    you already got a MW Supertip?
    You have access to a table?

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  • hot123456
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    Already put it on the cue.Maybe try it later.Thanks mate

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  • DeanH
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    Originally posted by hot123456 View Post
    Is the mw supertip has different grade of hardness?If so,which grade are you prefer?
    They don't come in different hardness, MW classes them as Medium., I think they are good enough to not have to come in different hardnesses
    https://handmadecues.com/cue-tips/

    Snooker if difficult enough without having to think "oh do I have the g3.567 or G4-978 tip on?"

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  • hot123456
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    Is the mw supertip has different grade of hardness?If so,which grade are you prefer?

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  • fkhan
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    BD+, Grand, ADR pressed, MW Supertips as mentioned by Dean are all good. There are many more brands out there. It's just that we are spoiled now with so much choice.

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  • DeanH
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    A friend has a stiff maple cue and I fitted one of the MW Supertip's I have from the same pack and he likes it

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  • hot123456
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    That sounds good.Found out that my new cue is a lot stiffer than the old one and I can’t play with a hard tip.It just don’t get any feeling.
    Thank you for the recommendation.

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  • DeanH
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    I would say they are "Medium" - they don't come in a scale :shrug:
    BUT, they are great to fit, they keep form, they take chalk easily but keep it on well upon striking
    they hit the ball with a confident strike and a nice sound and a good level of grip
    I went through lots of tips back in the day and this tip has everything I am looking for

    but as you know, everything to do with snooker is down to personal preference

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  • hot123456
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    Thank you.I will give it a try.What about the hardness of the tip?

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