Predator Ikon 207
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Item# PREIK207

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How it plays:
~ Predator cues have a medium hit due to the stainless steel piloted joint and a longer taper
~ The Predator 314 shaft dramatically reduces cue ball deflection and helps less experienced players move quickly through the learning process. In fact, the majority of beginning or intermediate players notice an immediate improvement in their game when they use a Predator.
~ Predators ferrule (Pat. 5725437) and internal bore (Pat. 6162128) reduce the shafts tendency to buckle on impact and allow the cue ball to push the shaft aside instead of the shaft pushing the cue ball off line. Predator's technology makes it easier to hit what you're aiming at because it shoots straighter.
~ The pure transfer of energy in a Predator produces less vibration and gives the player a solid and positive feedback. And better feel leads to better control.
~ Predator's unique 10-piece construction produces a straighter cue with a more consistent flex than any traditional one-piece shaft.

Selling Points:
~ Predator cues and shafts are used by over 50% of the top 40 ranked men professionals, 3 out of 5 top women professionals, and over 35,000 competitive players worldwide. None of these players are paid to play with their Predator cue.
~ The patented Predator 314 shaft is the result of two years of research and development. It is designed to increase accuracy and reduce cue deflection for both the professional and beginner pool player.

Overview The theme for the new IKON series definitely seems to be ebony, as the 2nd generation IKON 7 once again puts this fantabulous wood to good use.

While ebony makes up the background, the real star here is Malachite. Malachite is used quite a bit in jewelry thanks to its stunning green hue (that and its far more reasonable than emeralds). With this pool cue, you get genuine Malachite inlays in the forearm and the shaft, both outlined with contrasting white Micarta. Lookin' good Predator, lookin' darn good.

How it Hits: Firm
Tip: 12.75 Tiger Everest Tip
Ferrule: MaxLite(TM)
Shaft: 314 2nd generation shaft, 29" long with a 15" pro taper, spliced hard rock maple
Collar: Black with Silver Ring
Joint: Stainless steel
Pin: Uni-Loc
Forearm: Gabon Ebony with micarta and malachite points
Ring: Nickel silver rings
Wrap: Black Leather Luxe
Sleeve: Gabon Ebony with malachite and micarta inlays
Plate: linen based white composite stamped with the "Predator" logo
Bumper: Black rubber