Testimonials

Dear Sir
             Last friday my pool buddy, Sean came over to my house for an evening of 8 ball. Sean is also a member of my pool team. I had been noticing a marked improvement in his shooting over the last two weeks now.awhen I asked him the reason for his sudden improvement he said he'd received, a couple of weeks back, a device called a Laser Stroke. He explained how it slid onto his cue and gave him visual feedback enabling himto draatically improve the accuracy and precision of his stroke, practically eliminating any side to side wobble. He showed up on friday night with his Laser Stroke and slid it onto my favorite cue. I stood by skeptically, thinking  "there's nothing wrong with my stroke"  Well little did I know I was amazed to see the projected Laser line moving all over the place as I did my practice strokes. Within about 15 or 20 minutes of using the Laser Stroke I had  markedly smoothed out my so called perfect stroke. The muscle memory I had gained from just 15 minutes with Sean's Laser Stroke enabled me to play better than I have ever played before. I am enclosing a check with this letter. I have to have my own Laser Stroke . You have come up with an amazing device.
Sincerely, Douglas W Moe Ph.D.
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by Tom Simpson
BCA Master Instructor.

Tom Simpson


Terrific Training aid! The Laser Stroke is just what I've been looking for. It shows the player the truth about what their stroke is doing, absolutely clearly , and in real time. This will help us spot stroke flaws and test how well our suggested changes are working.

We use the laser stroke training aid in every class at the national billiard Academy. It helps players see where they are really pointing their stick. We find a great many players have perception errors causing aiming problems. Many players do not correctly see the vertical center of the cue ball, and line up to something other than center, every shot. They are consistent about it, always lining up off by the same amount, but are not aware of it. Some players see center ball well, but are not aimed where they think they're aimed on the object ball. The laser stroke reveals these problems, and gives real-time feedback to help the player become aware of their alignment, aiming and stroking flaws, and now they can begin to make appropriate corrections. Tom Simpson. ___________________________________________________________
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by John W. Loftus

Inside pool magazine columnist and author of the book how to be the captain of the winning APA eight ball team.

I have tried different ways to perfect my pool stroke, but the laser stroke is not only deadly accurate, it's also fun to use. Use it daily in your stroke won't be the same. The improvement will be noticeable! 
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by Randy Goettlicher
Randy Goettlicher Pool Instructer

 

 BCA master instructor.
Cue-Tech Pool School.
The laser stroke works just grand I have used it to teach are aiming system here it really helps the students see the aim point.
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by Michale McCafferty.
FastMikie Blog

 Michale McCafferty Pool Player

  Are you a straight shooter? Of all the skills needed to play this game at a high level you might put put close to the top of the list the ability to shoot straight. In order to shoot straight, it helps a lot to have a straight stroke. This is not big news of course, but it came to my attention very rudely when I was trying the playing ability test (PAT) level II drills, especially drill number two stroke straightness.

It involves stroking the cue ball to go between a gate only to ball widths apart three times as shown in the video. The first several times I tried this drill, I was having no success at all, even though in PAT level I, the drill only requires two passes through the gate but I had no trouble with that. It appeared that the extra speed required by the PAT level II was severely testing my stroke.

About that time, I heard about the laser stroke product. It's a miniature  laser Line beam which slides over your cue shaft and reveals just how straight your stroke really is. I decided to check it out and in a word "WOW" I cannot believe how wobbly my stroke really was. I couldn't keep that laser Still while stroking at first, but after a couple of sessions with this device I got much better at it. And my performance in the drill is much improved. It's a real-time biofeedback device for pool players. I showed it to a couple other players, and they were also very impressed. You will be too. It's utterly simple to use reasonably priced and there's nothing else like it that I have ever seen. It's so small will fit easily in your cue case.Michale McCafferty.
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                                       by Tom Ross

Tom Ross Pool Instructor


              World-class instructor and columnist for billiards Digest.

My laser stroke arrived on Saturday and I was able to offer it to about a half-dozen players for a test drive everyone was impressed and easily able to see that its benefit. On Thursday I'll be able to bring it out for a group of my students. It appears that everyone who tries it sees unwanted movement in his stroke, and best of all can begin to correct it with instant feedback. I always encourage players to practice with their stroke away my pool table so they can tune in without any distractions or concerns. Like pocketing balls for example. I like your device and am happy to endorse it to students as an effective training aid to use at home away from a pool table if they don't have a pool table at home. Tom Ross.
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pool player.

 I have been playing pool for about 15 years now, and am always looking for ways to improve my technique and accuracy. The Laser Stroke has been an awesome tool in helping me to refine my stroke, as well as improve my visual accuracy with the Laser line site. I'm not a professional billiard champion or anything just a guy that enjoys a good game of pool and wants to get better at it. If you want to hone your technique and improve accuracy with an easy to use intuitive tool I recommend the Laser Stroke.
Ryan Black.

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Mathew Sherman Pool Instructor
About Pool .Com

Mathew Sherman Pool Instructor

The Laser Stroke Cue Aimer - A Review

This item is high on my pool shopping lists for the holidays. The Laser Stroke is a first rate pool accessory no player should go without

Pros

  • Three-way functions as a cue ball aimer, object ball/target aimer, and stroke alignment tool
  • One of the few pool training accessories that delivers on its promise
  • Provides fun and challenge with pool playing friends, addicting in its use
  • Price point is excellent, a bargain item
  • Bonuses for purchasers includes innovative pool instruction online

 Cons

  • A little slippery when fitted over my slick cue, be sure to tighten it accurately
  • Laser beam can spill onto the bridge hand, safe for human use but a little alarming for the player.

             Read the rest of the review by clicking Here. 

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The AnitoKid on Billiards | Philippine Sports: Laser Stroke ...

 Touted as the best product that one can buy for improving stroke, the Laser Strokepool and billiard training aid is one amazing training aid! The Laser Stroke projects a thin vertical laser line to a target dot (hole reinforcement sticker) on a wall, which allows pool players to see how much their stroking arm is moving from side to side and whether they are twisting the cue in their grip (intentionally or not). All of these and more in real time!
Anitokid Laser Stroke Review

Read more: http://anitokid.blogspot.com/2008/02/laser-stroke-pool-and-billiard-training.html#ixzz2D1JGjo3l

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