We have a large selection of cue tips for both snooker and pool in laminated and single leather tips.
These Tips come in four ratings from G1 to G4 and are a pressed type high quality tip for Snooker and English pool. Century has a number of professional players also using their tips.
Top Professionals Using Century Pro Cue Tips
• Mark Williams (M.B.E) – Multiple World Champion & current 2018 Betfred World Snooker Champion
• Shaun Murphy – Multiple World Champion
• Mark Selby – Multiple World Champion & World Number 1 Snooker Player
• Kyren Wilson
• Stephen Maguire
The tip delivers good cue ball control and feel, and hold chalk well. As you see on numerous blogs, the serious players love these tips. If you like the standard leather tips over laminated tips this is a tip you should try out. Also used by many top billiard players.
I purchase direct from Kamui now and get 13mm tips for Pool instead of 14mm. They are made for the European markets and offer a better size with less to cut off making it easier to fit your tip. When cutting any tip the closer to the ferrule the better in size as its much easier to trim and the tip edge seems to stay a lot better.
We have now made this listing with all items Kamui to make it easier to locate.
Elk master snooker tips available in this listing in 9mm to 13mm,have been the choice of snooker and pool players for many years before laminated tips.
If your after a no fuss tips that lasts try elk master as it’s used by many of the top players world over.
The Phoenix medium tips are replacing many Players previously using the Kamui tips and believe it's a better tip.
It offers more response and also holds it shape very well in the medium range with less response with least amount of effort. These Hand crafted laminated tips and come pre-domed which saves the trouble of shaping as much.
This listing is for the Pro Elk tips and Chalk. The listing is broken down into being able to purchase single tips from each hardness or the pack of 3 as the come. You can also pick from purchasing a single cube of chalk to four or a box.