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Lucasi Custom LZCB5 pool billiard cue with Zero Flexpoint Solid Core Low Deflection top and 3 / 8x10 joint

High-quality Lucasi cue with a simple, black design, real inlays, zero flexpoint low-deflection top and premium Everest multi-layer leather

299,00 €
incl. 19% VAT , Free shipping (Paket)
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Delivery time: 2 Workdays
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Lucasi Custom LZC pool billiard cues

The LZC series is one of the latest series of classic play cues from the renowned Lucasi company. The models are made of high quality maple and impress with different designs and finely processed inlays of all kinds.

The four-part base construction ensures enormous stability. This is expressed both in the transfer of action when impacted and in the durability of the cue. A 3 / 8x10 joint connects the upper and lower part quickly and precisely.

The cue comes from the factory with the latest generation of Zero Flexpoint® Solid Core Low Deflection Technology Shafts. The further development of this top impresses with absolute straightness, the impact deviation is extremely minimized. There is no "clicking" and hollow sounding feedback when bumping. A premium Tiger Everest leather sits on the finely polished pro taper.

Features Lucasi Custom LZCB5

  • Design: Mystical black with rings in black / nickel, silver / white
  • Wood: North American maple
  • Length: 147 cm
  • Weight: 18-21 ounces (please specify, subject to availability)
  • Grip area: extended grip made of double-pressed Irish linen
  • Thread: 3 / 8x10
  • Leather: Premium Tiger Everest
  • cue division: in the middle
  • Type of game: pool billiards
  • Top type: 12.75mm Zero Flexpoint® Solid Core Low Deflection
  • Taper: Pro
  • Player type: recreational player, advanced, professional

Lucasi Custom

Fine craftsmanship, precise inlays and impressive playing skills

The cues of the Lucasi-Custom range bring you exclusive designs combined with excellent craftsmanship and outstanding playability. Not only do these cues look good, they play fantastic too.

Quality begins with the choice of woods. That is why Lucasi only uses first-class North American maple for the tops that are not bleached. The cues from Lucasi should look good in the long term and be durable - bleaching tops may look nobler at first glance, but it damages the wood and makes it less resistant and more susceptible to warping, yellowing and breakage.

Wood selection

The wood of the Lucasi custom cues is stored and dried for 18 to 24 months in specially developed rooms. During the drying process, each blank is turned over ten times to ensure uniform drying. The wood is then treated with a patented olz stabilizer to protect it from moisture and against warping for life.

Real inlays for an authentic look of handmade cues

The inserts of the Lucasi custom cues are cut in a CNC milling machine and therefore have precise, non-sharp inserts that make a difference. The inlay work consists of various fine woods such as ebony, cocoboolo, bocote, rosewood, maple, snakewood, kongwood and sonokeling, as well as metal, imitations of stone and shaft.

New cut (taper) for a better feel

The cues of the Lucasi-Custom series now come from the factory with a new reed (taper) developed by the German professional and multiple world champion Thorsten Hohmann. Lucasi custom tops and ferrules were treated with a protective layer that allows the cue to slide particularly smoothly through the fingers.

The Lucasi Custom Solid Wood Low Deflection Top

Lucasi custom cues come with a new Lucasi custom solid wood LD top. This 12.75mm top features the popular Zero Flexpoint Ferrule (known from Lucasi Hybrid). It is made from a classic solid wood maple construction and comes with a premium Everest leather.


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