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BilliardCue™ Snooker Laser

Master Snooker Potting in No Time!

Ultra-precise laser beam that guides the player to achieve perfect shots

Increases accuracy of the player’s aiming techniques

Helps overcome mis-cueing or striking at an unplanned angle

Improves aiming habits and methods by providing visual cues to players

 

 

 

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Master Snooker Potting in No Time!

Ultra-precise laser beam that guides the player to achieve perfect shots

Increases accuracy of the player’s aiming techniques

Helps overcome mis-cueing or striking at an unplanned angle

Improves aiming habits and methods by providing visual cues to players

 

 

 







How to use?

1. Open the back cover of body to install battery/ change battery
2. Install the laser onto the holder and mount it on the cue stick using the allen wrench provided.
3. Make laser elevation adjustment by screwing the two screws on the head of the laser pointer using the allen wrench provided.
4. Press the switch to operate the laser.

Can this fit all?

The holder that comes with the laser fits only cues that have a diameter that ranges from 11mm to 12mm.

Will the laser beam damage my eyesight?

It’s perfectly safe to look at the laser beam as it bounces off the needle throat plate or any other surface. However, do NOT shine the laser directly into your eyes when you’re trying to adjust the light into the right position. Be sure to keep it out of the reach of children too!

What are the dimensions of this product?

The laser weighs 0.2kg and its dimensions are 100mmx19mm (length x diameter). Please allow for +1/-1cm error in measurements.

Is the battery included?

Batteries are not included in the box. You will need to prepare 14250/15270 lithium batteries to operate the laser. These batteries are rechargeable so it’s only a one-time purchase!

How far can this laser project its light?

This laser comes with two laser color settings, which are red and green. The red laser projects up to 100 meters, whereas the green laser projects up to 1000 meters.