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  • #31
    Agree totally the grand are great value - even the soft is fairly firm but much better than most.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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    • #32
      Originally Posted by ADR147 View Post
      Agree totally the grand are great value - even the soft is fairly firm but much better than most.
      Yeah I'm interested in what the guy has to say about how the tip plays.

      Although they are fairly well known on here, not so sure how many average club players know but a great value tip.
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      • #33
        Originally Posted by Shockerz View Post
        Yeah I'm interested in what the guy has to say about how the tip plays.

        Although they are fairly well known on here, not so sure how many average club players know but a great value tip.
        Not many average players know about them and have used them when people have asked for elks.
        No complaints at all.
        For that one you've always wanted...
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        • #34
          Originally Posted by Ninja.cues View Post
          Not many average players know about them and have used them when people have asked for elks.
          No complaints at all.
          I might use them as my budget tip of choice as I fit stacks of Elks and Blue Diamonds but have pretty much lost faith in them as both seem to break down much too often.
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          • #35
            Originally Posted by Shockerz View Post
            I might use them as my budget tip of choice as I fit stacks of Elks and Blue Diamonds but have pretty much lost faith in them as both seem to break down much too often.
            That is the reason i don't have many elk or blue diamond anymore and use to use elk myself all the time.
            Not have a bad one from either medium or soft.
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            • #36
              Originally Posted by Ninja.cues View Post
              That is the reason i don't have many elk or blue diamond anymore and use to use elk myself all the time.
              Not have a bad one from either medium or soft.
              I don't have any of the hard in stock, are they any good for a break cue do you know?
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              • #37
                Originally Posted by Shockerz View Post
                I don't have any of the hard in stock, are they any good for a break cue do you know?
                Have no idea as I've never tried them but would think they would be...
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                • #38
                  Well I find the tips G1 and G2 donít hold chalk very well and I miscue more than normal
                  Gone back to the Grand soft and have no problems
                  the TS LONG BA hold chalk the best and have good grip too but have a short life span and they are very consistent
                  I use Triangle chalk

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                  • #39
                    Donít waste your money on the Century tips ....the Grand tips are better and only a £1 and the TS LONG BA also excellent at about £3.50 for a box of 50

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