Pechauer cues are well known for their beautiful inlays and classical style. When you hold your first Pechauer cue, you’ll know you’ve made the right choice.
Pechauer cues are one of great American cues and for over 30 years, J Pechauer cues have been manufactured in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
If you’ve never had the chance to try a Pechauer cue, we’ve got you covered with our Video Review and photos of the P02-F from every angle. It’s the next best thing to trying yourself!
Select Billiards’ Video Review:
This cue features a rubber butt cap and a Curly Maple forearm. This is a no-wrap cue, with a beautiful red wine-colored stain in the forearm. Four beautiful, natural points with a black outline continue up to the joint.
This cue features a Piloted Pechauer Speed Joint for quick setup and break down. The shaft is 13 mm with a pro taper and a Pechauer Gold Layered Medium tip.
How It Actually Plays:
- Pechauer Classic (13mm)
- Hitting the ball with soft English, the ball hit the far rail at about the 1 .5″ inch mark.
- Hitting the ball with medium English, the ball hit the far rail at the 2″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a firm English, the ball hit the far rail at the 2.5″ mark.
At first glance, this cue appears to be just a house cue with a fancy red stain. Getting closer, you can see the finer details put into it and it’s really quite beautiful. Plus, it plays very nicely as well.
Tip: Pechauer Gold Layered Medium – Shaft: 13mm Hard Maple – Joint Type: Stainless Steel – Joint Collar: Silver Ring – Pin: Peachauer Speed Joint – Forearm: Wine-stained Curly Maple- Wrap: None – Butt Sleeve: Curly Maple – Bumper: Rubber