Vector Caliber C20
The Caliber C20 has classic styling with modern materials and quality. The multiple points with veneers are inlayed in to the Maple forearm. These are real points that come to a precisely carved tip unlike most points in cues today. The ebony sleeve has numerous mother of pearl dots and diamond inlays. The C20 is a beautifully crafted cue at an unbelievable price.
|Butt Cap||White Phenolic with the Vector logo|
|Joint||5/16-18 with a Stainless collar and black with silver rings|
|Sleeve||Ebony with silver rings and mother of pearl inlays|
|Shaft||29 inch Hard Rock Maple with a Pro 12 inch taper|
|Forearm||Maple with Rosewood points and multiple veneers|
|Tip||13mm Medium Hard|
|Weights||Available in 19-21 ounce weights|
the C20 is a lot more cue than i thought i would get for the money
i am just getting back into pool at age 65. i play at a senor citizen center with about 20 others, who are pretty good shooters. i didn't want to buy an expensive cue. i purchased a vector caliber c-20 with an extra shaft. the stick is very straight, goes together tight, feels well balanced, and looks like cues costing hundreds of dollars more. what i like best is the way it hits.
Best value for the money I've ever seen in a cue stick.
This cue looks great, as good as many cues costing over $500. The inlays are neat and precise and the woods are high-grade and flawless. The inlays really are real -- there are no stickers on this stick. The stick I received is very straight, passing the table-roll test with ease. The center of balance is a little more forward than on most sticks, which provides better stability on the bridge hand. I wish my other sticks had this kind of balance. The hit is very nice, medium-firm. I like the hefty stainless steel collar and the brass insert on the shaft. The shaft is smooth and appears to deflect the cue ball less than other shafts in this price range.
What a pleasant surprise! I was looking for a Bushka/Hoppe style cue, but didn't want to spend $600 plus. Well, here it is. I played a lot back in the 60's and 70's when these style cues were very popular and recently joined a league at a local bar. I wasn't happy with sticks off the wall and wanted a decent cue for an econmoy price. I looked at a couple of local billiard supply's and everything seemed like it was made out of plastic. I bought this stick sight unseen and could not be more pleased. Hell, even the free case that came with it is realy nice. Oh, this is the first review I have ever made on anything!
Super cue that does'nt cost $500.00.
I use my C 20 each and every day.I play a lot of pool and for the money this is by far the best cue I have.I have a Lucasi,Mcdermott,Adams,two Vipers,two Players cues,two 5280'2 and I always play with my C 20.It is simply the best cue for the money.Can't beat it.
I'm sure glad I took the suggestions of the reviews on this cue stick
I'm 64 and just getting back into playing pool on a regular basis. What a cue stick to say the least. A friend of mine just purchased a McDermott stick (don't know the model) but paid substantially more for a stick that I don't believe even compares with this one. This is like a whole new experience for me as I haven't actually played for some 20 years on a regular basis. The eyes aren't what they used to be but with some practice I should get the feel back and I couldn't be happier then shooting with the Vector C20. The balance is further forward then I have been used to but it gives a great feel in the bridge hand. Working with my stroke now to get the feel of the hit on the cue ball. Things seem to be coming along. Thanks for posting these reviews and glad I took them to heart. GREAT STICK!
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