Seamless construction using multi plies of military grade unidirectional carbon fiber the result is a strong shaft that is perfectly straight with uniform stiffness Low maintenance and low consistent deflection.
Easy to hit, you will feel power, balance and great stroke transition. Effortless Break Cues utilize our MAG moving weight system, which suspends the weight between powerful Neodymium magnets. Up to 40% of the weight of these cues moves during your stroke. Patent # 10,500,476
Carbon fiber or rock maple, these shafts weight 7.25oz and move the cue balance point up to 35% forward compared to standard cues. Available in most joints and 11.8mm, 12.4mm and 13mm tips. Patent Pending design.
Patent #10,500,476 moving weight system for cue stick
Primary benefits of a moving weight system;
More power, Better balance and Smoother stroke transition.
Feeling of More power
2.8 to 3.7 % more ft/lbs of energy at same stroke speed, which produces a very solid cue ball strike, and on break shots more ball dispersion.
Great stroke feel
An object in motion stays in motion in the same direction. The momentum of the weight will produce a solid movement directly down the line of the shot, almost pulling your cue forward. This reduces chicken wingin' and promotes a great follow through.
Moving weight gives a broader balance area instead of a single balance point, keeping the balance point over the shot center during your stroke. You must complete the transition of the stroke and feel the weight load keeping your stroke transition smooth and clean. This eliminates jerky strokes.
Liquid Weight Cues are Patented designs, Patent #10,500,476
New MAG moving weight system
Orignial LWC system
Ok, so we have had many folks ask about the physics of the system. One of our customers described it simply this way: "when you stroke back the weights move forward, when you stroke forward the weights move back, then when the cue hits the cue ball the weights move forward enhancing the hit" There is significantly more to it but that is a great basic explanation!
Moving Weight System or Traditional Weight Bolt? Progress is good but not always easy. Try it........you will love the solid hit. This is our brand NEW patented MAG system. Moving magnetized weight between polarized Neodymium magnets, creating added power, extended balance point and less vibration.... a winning combination. Available now in break cues, shooting cues, shafts and coming 2020 PoP Jump cues.
Beautiful, high quality cues assembled in Atlanta, Georgia
Is it legal?
YES, we have reviewed the Equipment Specifications for BCA, APA and the World Pool-Billiards Association. Each one has agreed that our cue does not violate any of their specs.
APA rules are somewhat confusing, but we have a clarification from Renee' Lyle, President of APA that "Liquid Weight Cues are officially approved for APA Play"
Click the links below for specific details.
Newton's first law of motion
sometimes referred to as the law of inertia states: an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
The moving weight in our cues provides subtle momentum improvement (detailed explanation below) helping the stroke stay on line, while greatly improving balance and power.
Our Patented MAG Moving Weight System offers the BEST HIT in pool.
Occasionally, there are questions about the Engineering and Physics of our Patent Pending moving weight cue designs.
So, here is the short version:
Momentum can be judged in a Single Particle (standard cue) or Many Particle (cue filled with ball bearings) situation. In a many particle situation momentum is calculated using Eulmer’s First Law:
P = MVcm
Since the cue filled with ball bearings has “many particles” its momentum is the sum of the velocity of the particles times the mass of the total. Thus if the ball bearings are moving faster than the cue itself then the velocity of the center of mass is higher than the cue alone….thus an increase in the momentum for the “many particle” cue is greater than the “single particle” cue.
Most of this can be confirmed on wikipedia.org .