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    hi
    i have been using else master tip medium but recently cant find any good ones, bought 2 packs and cannot find a single good tip.
    used a kamoui layer tip and i liked it, but after few weeks the tip broken from middle. didnt like blue diamond since its too hard.
    what is the best tip? what tips pros use?

    please share your ideas and what tips have u used
    tnx

  • #2
    Try Mike Wooldridge Supertip or the ADR147 pressed tip , both very consistent .
    Neil

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    • #3
      after bouncing around a few tips, some good some rubbish - I have settled into a MW Supertip which is very very good
      Up the TSF!

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      • #4
        Century Pro

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        • #5
          Well I guess I should say something on this topic eh! firstly what pros use is not a good idea, they play on lightening fast cloths and they cue the ball perfectly, us mortals do not. Next the question is what else have you tried because almost anything is better than elks. If you liked the kamui then my layered tips are a better version of the same idea.
          https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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          • #6
            It's funny, but the more time that passes I feel that things are a combination of the tip, the cue and the chalk and all 3 either compliment or ruin the perfect match.

            We all have a favourite tip but not always sure they match every cue regardless.

            There are many decent tips out there that are reliable but I quite like an LT2, a G2/G3 and also a Grand Soft; these are by no means the only decent ones out there but there is just a lot of choice. I will get around to trying thew ADR tips as I have heard nothing but great stuff.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by ADR147 View Post
              Well I guess I should say something on this topic eh! firstly what pros use is not a good idea, they play on lightening fast cloths and they cue the ball perfectly, us mortals do not. Next the question is what else have you tried because almost anything is better than elks. If you liked the kamui then my layered tips are a better version of the same idea.
              I would like to disagree with that. On the contrary, what pros use is well tested for thousands of hours, and hence "should" be good for us. They are going for Century Pro Tips, G1 [Soft] through G4 [Hard], and I would recommend to try them.

              And just because their clothes are faster doesn't mean the tip will fail on slower clothes. More importantly, only the TV tables are 'lightening fast', the other eight outside tables are not. Go with Century Pro Tips.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mike1234 View Post

                I would like to disagree with that. On the contrary, what pros use is well tested for thousands of hours, and hence "should" be good for us. They are going for Century Pro Tips, G1 [Soft] through G4 [Hard], and I would recommend to try them.

                And just because their clothes are faster doesn't mean the tip will fail on slower clothes. More importantly, only the TV tables are 'lightening fast', the other eight outside tables are not. Go with Century Pro Tips.
                At least 6 of the current top 10 are not using Century tips

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