Manufacturer: Pro Series
Brand: Pro Series
Patent pending RT-B-BK one-piece retractable pool bridge stick extends up to 57" and collapses down small enough to fit into a large cue case pouch. The bridge head is removable with one push and one turn.
Wheel your way toward a better billiards game. This BCA-approved EZ-bridge has a wheeled base for easy movement about the pool table, allowing optimum angles for all the tough shots. It has an upper hole to accept your cue, eliminating the need for a separate bridge stick. Wheels roll on the table gives you perfect control. BCA sanctioned. Slides onto your cue to eliminate the need for a separate bridge stick. Weight: 0.5 lbs.. Transform your bridge shot into a calm, confident and accurately placed stroke!
The New B. A. T. Shaper & Bridge is a one of a kind multi-function tip tool that can be used as a Bridge, Aerator, Shaper (Nickel & Dime) & Tapper. The B. A. T. features a bridge head that easily slips onto almost any cue and has 9 cue rest points, a nickel/dime radius shaper with replaceable sandpaper (not included), a tapper (for layered tips) and an aerator (for non-layered tips). To top it off, the B. A. T. is backed by a lifetime warranty by the manufacturer on any defects. The only pieced that will ever have to be replaced is the sandpaper. This is one of the best tools you could ever add to your cue case collection! Features & Benefits: Scuff Cue Tip To Increase Grip On The Cue Ball Keep Your Tip To The Preferred Radius (Nickel or Dime) Perforate The Top Layer Of Your Tip To Create Chalk Pores Be Ready For Any Situation In Need Of An Awkward Bridge Position Compact Size Allows For The Tool To Be Carried Anywhere & Fits In Your Cue Case! Bridge Built From Tough Plastic & Tools Are Made Of Heavy Duty Aluminum. Dimensions: 4" (Wide) x 2. 5" (Tall) x 3/8" (Thick)
The Imperial permanent bridge head is intended to be used with an existing bridge stick. It attaches with ease and is held in place with a single set screw (included). Play the perfect shot with 6 available positions, allowing you to customize the cue height and placement. A bridge is typically used when using your hand as a bridge doesn't provide the optimal angle, or when a shot is too far for you to reach, serving as an extension of your arm. It's constructed from durable cast aluminum.