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Top 4 Jump Pool Cues

They are essential to save defenses, to regain the initiative and often decisive when winning or losing a game. Today a pool player has to master the jump as he dominates the rest of beatings. Using a good jump cue will make it easier. So in today's article we highlight 4 quality billiard jump cues to achieve such incredible jumps like these:


What are the characteristics for a good jump cue? It will be a great cue if it is light, if you have a rigid structure, if it is made with quality wood and if you have multiple extensions, short or long jumps. The four cues highlighted below meet most of these features.

1- Pechauer Jump Cue (179 €)

The Pechauer jump cue is conceived and designed to facilitate the jump shot at any level player. The shaft is made of hard maple wood. If you are thinking of buying a jump cue jump now, the Pechauer is a great option.

2- Cuetec Bullet Jump (189 €)

Many Cuetecs stand out for their elegant design, different from other cues, and this model does not change the trend. Metallic gray, the Bullet Jump has a high degree of carbon fiber, a Quick Release thread and a large phenolic tip (13.5 mm). It is also available in black color.

3- Mezz Air Shooter 

The Mezz ”Airshooter" is an innovative jump cue, combining American and Japanese technology and is designed to maintain the optimal balance, shape and power. It comes with wooden screw cap Manix Z and super hard Mezz tip BI 12.75 mm. A great choice to shoot the white ballin the air (and control its landing).

4-Predator Air 2 (219 €)

It is the most expensive but probably the most accurate jump cue in the market. The Predator Air 2 matte black comes with a new technology that allows jumping with little effort and adapts to any level of play. You can adjust the weight and comes with 3 pieces to use in long jump. It has two threads, a radial mini radial for the shaft and and Uni-Loc for the butt. You pay the brand, but it is a guarantee of success.

In this article we wanted to highlight the cue that meet very well with one goal: jump. However, you can also opt for a break and jump cue, like the Longoni Niels Feijen as TJB-S2.

Write in the comments cue you use for jumps and which of these four you like best.