The Laser Guided Pool Cue isn’t an advanced targeting system designed for destroying insurgent camps, though we’re sure it would be just as useful in your prototypical 80s movie bar-room-brawl. Nope, it’s designed to help you hone your pool game.
The tip of this cue includes a rugged laser. When turned on it fires a beam directly at the cue ball and allows you to align the tip of the stick with the ball’s face such that you can achieve what is hopefully the perfect amount of English. Alternatively, it could be used to help one practice and improve their pool game since the laser’s point can be viewed throughout the entire stroke from up to 6 feet away.
An auto off feature ensures that the battery life will last more than one game, while a touch sensor allows you to manually turn it on and off. The cue itself is made from graphite and fiberglass that will not warp over time, while your a rubber bumper, wound-foam handle, and a stainless steel joint and ferrule round out the feature set. Also included are three 1-oz weights to modify the weight.
Hammacher used to sell it for $130, but not any more. So you’ll need to look else where.
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