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Just wondering what everyone thinks are the best on-line stores to purchase general supplies from sticks to covers and everything in between.
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote: jakita3:</font><hr> Just wondering what everyone thinks are the best on-line stores to purchase general supplies from sticks to covers and everything in between. <hr></blockquote>
Try Meuller's at www.poolndarts.com (http://www.poolndarts.com)
03-15-2002, 12:46 PM
I've had good luck with:
03-15-2002, 01:13 PM
IMO, Hawley's. Walter Hawley owns a pool hall, shoots a pretty good stick, knows his products, and you can call and ask questions.
I'm partial to:
I've used Muellers the most. Have ordered a couple of things from Seyberts with good service and excellent prices.
i've had very good service from hawleys in the past but if i were smart, which i am not, i would buy from someone in another state (they are in dallas) since they have to charge sales tax for in-state orders.
03-15-2002, 06:07 PM
Meuller and Billiardwarehouse
03-15-2002, 09:28 PM
03-15-2002, 09:40 PM
You have had many responses for Hawleys, that's good. Now what I would do is bookmark all of the suggestions including Hawleys and then surf through all of them. If you are equal or a gnat's hair higher than Hawleys, then go with Hawleys. Walter is super in how he stands behind his sales, no question. To sell a little more for Hawleys, you can call them with other lower prices and they will match those prices...sid~~~happy with all the stuff from Hawleys, had only one return and it was immediately sent out right while I still had the item to return...Trust
03-16-2002, 09:17 AM
I'd go with Hawley's. I would have also mentioned Billiard Warehouse, but Amanda Janes (at Joss Cues) spoke so negatively of them in an email to me that I am now wary of them. To quote Amanda, <blockquote><font class="small">Quote:</font><hr>Dear Bill,
Good Afternoon. I would highly suggest not buying from the Billiard Warehouse. I do not think that Billiard Warehouse would have any cues with a phenolic insert. They are not a dealer of Joss Cues. We do not back their cues. For the most part I have heard that Billiard W. does
not actually have the cues they say they do. A gentleman brought a flyer in printed off B.W's web site advertising a joss cue that existed but they completely lied about the materials in the cue.<hr></blockquote>
Gee, can I get into some kind of legal trouble with that quote? Anyway, you can see why it made me a bit leery of Billiard Warehouse.
I just bought a Jacoby from Greg at <a target="_blank" href=http://www.billiardswarehouse.com>http://www.billiardswarehouse.com</a> and can't speak highly enough of their service. I must've called him half a dozen times or more and he always gave me his complete attention and tons of insight and information on the subtle differences between the few cues I had narrowed my choices down to. They also have, IMHO, the best (cue) prices and selection anywhere online. They also have a 5 day trial period for the cues they sell, so you really can't go wrong.
I went with them after browsing billiardstore.com (hawleys), seyberts.com, vque.com and others.
I bought two cues over the past 6 months and bought both at Billiardwarehouse (along with a few accessories). I cannot complain at all about the prices, service and turn-around time. I researched the various internet stores before making my purchases. Based upon my experience, I can easily recommend Billiardwarehouse to anyone. Billiard Fanatic also looked good but they are across the country in California.
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