Well I have a new cue case that I got from my wife as a Christmas gift and I really gift and I was looking for Ideas on what I can keep in it as I travel from place to place. This is not your normal 1×1 case’ she gave me an amazing 3×6 cue case that came with 2 huge pockets by the side that left me amazed. I now feel like an expert in billiards and snooker as I list all that I will be carrying in it. I asked some friends for suggestions on what to carry in it since it’s my first time to have such a spacious case and this is what they had to say.
The first thing that everybody recommended is to have a re-tipping kit in the case as this is what they considered to be the most essential item for any serious player. I agree with them since I have used quite a handsome amount on getting my tip fixed every now and then. The earlier I learn to do it myself the better I will be in this whole game. This kit occupies a small space hence you have space for other items.
The icue ball takes the second position and it caught me by surprise as I had just ordered one. The beauty with this ball is that as a learner you can easily tell when you are hitting the same spot. Luckily it fits perfectly in the small pocket at the top.
A cue cloth is a perfect suggestion as well. Having the cloth with you ensures that your hands remain dry at all times during the game. Having a nice cloth also ensure s that your cues are dry and clean as well.
Other items that made it to the list are: a box of chalk, alcohol wipes to work hand in hand with the towel, a toothbrush to keep your ultimate tip tool clean, a breaker and a jumper, cue tip glue, spare tips, a magic eraser among others.
What was interesting was to hear someone suggest I keep my old cue in the case as well. The old cue is a wonderful addition since it can be used to break or even give it out to friends who would like to play. The ideas were amazing and you can adopt my list to ensure that your new cue case has something for you as you carry it along.