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    I'm looking for a cue case that will hold my towel and chalk pouch in side along with my extention ,not into these bright colour ones but looking to pay £60 INC p and p

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    I have a 3/4 peradon wide leather patchwork case black and red.
    It will hold a 3/4 cue extension and accessories.

    I no longer use it as I have a 1 piece cue now. It's still in good condition other than a few scuffs on the ends. It cost me £175 . Was looking for £80

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    • #3
      I have these for sale at £30

      http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1215438497...84.m1555.l2649

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BITTER View Post
        That's a nice case for the money.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Master Blaster View Post
          That's a nice case for the money.
          Yup. x2 .

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          • #6
            i agree the cases are pleasing to the eye. but these imitation leather ones which looks like these ones are don't last that long. i have had a few and they start to peel after a few uses. any knocks are scratches and they surface gets damaged very easily.

            the prices are appealing, but in the end you get what you pay for

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            • #7
              Originally posted by alabadi View Post
              i agree the cases are pleasing to the eye. but these imitation leather ones which looks like these ones are don't last that long. i have had a few and they start to peel after a few uses. any knocks are scratches and they surface gets damaged very easily.

              the prices are appealing, but in the end you get what you pay for
              I suppose it depends how careful one is with them. Personally, I don't think anyone can do better than a cue craft aluminium case, rock solid, it will last decades. But the best case and Inoffthered will know is the classic 1-piece black plastic tube with cap and clasp for a wee lock. It's pretty tough and cheap. They were metal way back when. If I'm off to practice, I just take the black plastic tube, it slides through the car hatch easy and doesn't do any damage to the seats. It's not much more hassle than a 3/4 case. Love it.

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