This is not your average jump cue. The Dr Popper Jump Q’s carbon fiber shaft, coupled with a solid phenolic tip, allows maximum energy transfer for those shots that you would otherwise pass up with any other jump cue.
The Dr Popper Jump Q allows you to jump over an object ball less than an inch away. Due to the Dr Popper’s light weight, the cue ball will travel a more vertical trajectory, getting up and down in a shorter distance. Using the dart style method, allows you to jump balls anywhere on the table.
The weight towards the tip end makes it easier to use. Like anything brand new, after we had tried it for awhile, we realized there were some amazing shots that could be done. We know after you try this cue, you will develop your own unique shots.
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- What are the specifications?
Butt length: 13 ½”
Shaft length: 27 ½”
Shaft diameter: 12.6 – 12.7mm
Weight: 4 oz.
- Is the Dr Popper legal to use?
Yes. If you can use a jump cue where you play, then you can use the Dr Popper Jump Q.
What is the proper care and maintenance of the Dr Popper Jump Q?
To prevent finish problems, your cue should be stored under consistent temperature and moisture conditions. To clean wipe down with a damp cloth. Use a soft cloth and furniture polish to restore shine.
- What is the tip made of?
It is made out of solid phenolic composite.
How close can I jump over another ball?
You can jump less than 1” from the object ball depending on the amount of practice you have with the Dr Popper. With heavier jump cues, a comfortable distance is 3 balls from an object ball. Using the Dr Popper Jump Q, you should be comfortable jumping over another ball from one ball away.
- How does the Dr Popper compare to jumping with other jump cues?
The biggest difference from other jump cues is the Dr Popper’s light weight which allows for jumping much closer to the object ball.
- Do I need to chalk the tip?
No, not unless you intend on jumping and having the cue ball curve. With no chalk on the tip, the cue ball will jump over the object ball with less chance of curving and missing your shot.
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