Ton Praram III Cues
Palipon (Ton or Jack) Sombun is well known amongst snooker players for his passion for the sport. Since childhood he has evaluated, collected, and exchanged different types and brands of cues. In spite of this Palipon was never able to find the quality and feel that suited him and as a result Ton Praram III was born.
Thanks to his knowledge and experience as a snooker player he can fully grasp the importance of every detail that players seek from their own cues. Ton have strict quality standards in terms of shaft, butt, balance and tip with all shafts stored for over a year before entering production to ensure the highest quality possible. All cues are finished off with their own cue oil to give that premium and silky-smooth feel.
Due to the quality and unique nature of the exotic wood Ton provides, Blackball Tables have chosen Ton Praram III to provide us with a range of high-quality pool and snooker cues, it’s a collaboration borne from a shared determination to deliver excellence.
Ton Praram III have supplied cues to many top snooker players in the past including, Ding Junhui, Stephen Maguire, Noppon Saengkham, Ryan Day and Luka Brecel which further highlights the quality they’re producing, and we are very excited about the future and what it will behold.
Ton Praram III Limited 1586 FS – Birdeye + Amboyna Burl
- Tip Size – 8.9mm
- Weight – 17.7oz
- Length – 58″
- Pro Shaft
TON PRARAM III – CUE RANGE INFORMATION
Limited’s are the top range with custom made design of nice and rare exotic woods. Butt design available only unique grain of each exotic wood. The shafts are specially selected for their straightness, best looking grains and the maple for their flawless beauty and excellent quality. The ebony butt timbers are spliced to the cues by hand and the cues are shaped to produce the distinctive four round point pattern. Shaft specifications are customized to suit individual requirements. Base joints are fitted as standard which enables a mini butt or telescopic extension to be attached.
FS – Full Shaft Cues
These are cues made in the old traditional way. The shaft is the full length of the cue. Most cues are made using shorter shafts these days, this is for a number of reasons and has no detrimental effect on the cue.