A truly revolutionary electronic cue training device for improving player performance through stroke consistency and accuracy. Aligned with OB Cues Digicue mission to help players get serious about their game, this patent pending training aid will benefit novices and professionals alike.
A truly revolutionary electronic cue training device for improving player performance through stroke consistency and accuracy. Aligned with OB Cues mission to help players get serious about their game, this patent pending training aid will benefit novices and professionals alike.
Simply slide the DigiCue onto the butt end of your cue, push the power button and then play your game of choice. This device is like having your own personal coach giving you immediate feedback on every shot that you shoot by alerting you with vibrations when it detects any inconsistencies in your stroke when you hit a ball with your cue.
Detects (with vibrations)
Standing up during stroke
3 unique settings: novice, intermediate and advanced modes
Discreet and lightweight (less than an ounce)
Can be used when you train/practice and also during competition*
Comes with two sizes to fit the vast majority of Pool, Snooker, and Carom cues
Automatically shuts off after 5 minutes of not hitting a ball to maximize battery life
Made in the USA
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Simply slide the DigiCue onto the butt end of your cue, push the power button, and then play the game of your choice. The DigiCue constantly monitors your stroke for inconsistencies and gives you immediate feedback by silently vibrating when it detects:
Yes. The DigiCue will only trigger if the tip of your cue impacts a billiards ball. It will not trigger on warm-up strokes, chalking the tip, moving a ball with your cue shaft or impacts with your hand.
The DigiCue will force you to bear down on every shot. It will condition you to keep your head and body still during your follow through, leading to a lasting improvement in the consistency of your stroke.
Each box contains one electronic DigiCue (battery included), one small rubber housing, and one large rubber housing. The small rubber housing will fit snooker cues (with or without a chamfer) and very small diameter pool cues. The large rubber housing will fit all other cues.
At any time, press the Power Button Circle five (5) times within three (3) seconds to cycle to the next mode. The DigiCue will remember which mode it was in after it has turned off, even if the battery is removed
Remove the DigiCue from the housing, and squeeze the retention clip on the battery holder to release the battery. Insert, positive-side-up, a common non-rechargable CR2032 lithium ion battery. Return the DigiCue to the rubber housing of your choice.
Place your thumb just below the letter E in DigiCue right where the rubber meets the curved bottom and push with your thumb. DO NOT attempt to remove the DigiCue by pushing up from the very bottom of the rubber housing as this could damage the DigiCue.
No. The DigiCue will vibrate the same way for all types of flaws, but it will vibrate immediately as they happen. We did experiment with different vibration patterns for different flaws but it turned out to be more distracting than it was useful. Knowing exactly when the flaw occurs is just as effective.
The age-old practice of stroking your cue into the mouth of a glass coke bottle to learn how to straighten your stroke is an effective drill, but it can only be done as a drill. DigiCue acts like an invisible coke bottle, allowing you to actually hit a cue ball and play real pool, snooker, carom, or any cue sport of your choice, even during a match.
No. DigiCue measures “straightness” relative to the cue stick line, not the shot line. Therefore, if you apply back-hand-English to pivot the cue at an angle to the shot path, but stroke exactly in the direction that the cue stick is pointing, then DigiCue will not register this as a fault. This is important because many shots have spin applied to them. However, if you swoop or steer the cue to create English, then this is a fault.