Predator’s newest shaft is poised to be a revolution, so it only makes sense that they would call their invention, REVO.
Regardless of the shafts you’ve tried in the past, the REVO will change the way you think of your pool cue. You’ll be amazed by the performance.
If you’ve never tried a Predator shaft, we’ve got you covered with our video review and photos of the Predator REVO shaft from every angle. It’s almost like trying it out for yourself!
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The REVO shaft is constructed of a carbon-fiber composite, instead of traditional wood. These shafts are the result of 20 years worth of innovation and research by Predator and the results are remarkable.
The REVO shaft is available in 12.4 mm and 12.9 mm diameters, with wither a Radial or Uni-Loc pin. It comes standard with a Predator Victory Tip (soft).
How It Actually Plays:
REVO shaft (12.9 mm)
- Hitting the ball with soft speed, the ball hit the far rail at about the .5″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with medium speed, the ball hit the far rail at the .75″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a firm speed, the ball hit the far rail under the 1″ mark.
REVO shaft (12.4 mm)
(Deflection test results for 12.4 mm shaft are forthcoming.)
The Predator REVO shaft is an incredible shaft. If you’re in the market for a high-end shaft and you want the best, the REVO is a no-brainer.
Tip Diameter: 0.49″ (12.4mm) – Taper: REVO Low-Rise Taper – Ferrule Length: Ferrule-less construction – Joint: Uni-Loc® Quick Release or Uni-loc Radial – Tip: Predator Victory Tip (soft) – Shaft Length: 29″