Poison Black Widow are known for their striking designs. These cues can be as subtle or flashy as you want them to be.
Poison’s build techniques are among the best. If you think these cues look nice, just wait until you get to play with one!
If you’ve never had the chance to actually try a Poison Black Widow cue, we’ve got you covered with our video review of the BW-6. It’s like trying it out yourself!
Select Billiards’ Video Review:
This cue features a rubber butt cap. The handle is solid white with silver rings with hourglass inlay. The wrap is a Tri-Weave Polymer in carbon-fiber style. A metallic black widow spider appears on the solid-white forearm as well.
The cue incorporates a Venom 2 Shaft with Poison’s Uni-Loc Bullet Joint system which makes it very easy to break down and put back together. The threads are recessed inside the joint and both the shaft and butt feature unique serial numbers. All Poison Black Widow cues come with a Venom 2 shaft which has a 13mm diameter. A Sarin tip is installed standard.
How It Actually Plays:
- Venom 2 Shaft (13 mm)
- With a soft hit, the ball hit the far rail at just over the 1 inch mark.
- With a medium hit, the ball hit the far rail at the 1.75 inch mark.
- With a firm hit, the ball hit the far rail right at the 2 inch mark.
Beware of the Widow’s Bite. This cue features chopper and supercar inspired designs and is crafted with revolutionary materials including ultra strong Syntek Fiber and Uni-Loc® technology, making it just as lethal as it is beautiful.
Crimson hourglass inlay. Metallic Black Widow Spider. Syntek Fiber & Silver Rings. Acid etched & hand painted hour-glass collar & butt cap. Tri-Weave Polymer Wrap. Paired with Poison’s Venom2 low deflection shaft