Navigator Tips Japan has released a new range of tips for 2020 so get your cue ready and try some of these tips out.
There’s quite a few in the line up for both Snooker and Pool. Ive tried a few and I feel they have really improved on the feel of the tips. For me i can feel a big difference in fitting and finishing the tips on the lathe and how they both shape and cut.
For the snooker range we’ll be testing those over the coming months.
The Navigator Tips Japan Ranges Are:
- Navigator Black Super Soft
- Navigator Black Soft
- Navigator Black Medium
- Navigator Automatic Super Soft
- Navigator Automatic Soft
- Navigator Automatic Medium
- Break Impact Jump & Break 15mm
- New Navigator Alpha 2020 /Control cue performance! /Premium series stuck to the “stability”
The premium series, which focuses on stability, has undergone a minor change to a configuration that brings out the necessary grip and power in the right places!!
9 pig leather＋1 fiber (adhesive surface)
◉PRO SOFT／Broad flexibility and sustainability
◉PRO MAX／The balance of power and grip
2.New Navigator Blue Impact /Draw cue performance at maximum!/Ultimate series focusing on grip.
The ultimate series, which focuses on sharpness, has undergone a minor change from 15 layers to 9 layers of pig leather + 1 fiber (adhesive surface) for customers seeking ultimate sharpness!
◉PRO SOFT／Stable softness and durability
◉PRO MAX／Sharp grip force and durability
Many players use phenolic break and jump tips, because of power they can generate during the break shot.
This power can sometimes be hard to control, so cue ball control is not perfect.
That is the reason why some Pro Players use hard solid leather tips, with idea to make better cue control.
But these tips are not as powerful and not so efficient, when it comes to jumping.
In Navigator we have developed unique phenolic jump and break cue that delivers great power, but in the same time, keeps tremendous cue ball control.
The tips are so good that you can even play with them without miscuing.
And you can also use them in games that demand hard tips, like Russian Pyramid etc.