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Octagon Chalker for Predator Chalk

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Protect your Predator Chalk with an Octagon Chalker

Octagon Chalker for Predator ChalkNow you can keep your chalk close by with this octagon chalker designed specifically for Predator chalk. People like Predator chalk and if you leave it on the pool table, most likely your opponent is going to reach for your chalk versus the house chalk. Having a chalker for your chalk will prevent others from “borrowing” your chalk. Plus how many times have you accidentally knocked a piece of chalk into the pocket of a pool table?

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Protect your Predator chalk with an Octagon Chalker

This Octagon chalker is designed to hold Predator Chalk. One of the latest and greatest in chalks, the Predator chalk has an octagon shape and traditional square pocket chalkers do not do the job in holding the eight-side Predator chalk.

Now you can keep your chalk close by with this octagon chalker designed specifically for Predator chalk. People like Predator chalk and if you leave it on the pool table, most likely your opponent is going to reach for your chalk versus the house chalk. Having a chalker for your chalk will prevent others from “borrowing” your chalk. Plus how many times have you accidentally knocked a piece of chalk into the pocket of a pool table?

My first roll of Predator 1080 chalk I lost all five octagons in a matter of 2 or 3 months. Most of them I left them behind because I just wasn’t used to carrying around my personal chalk. One got knocked into the pocket at a bar. The one that got knocked into the table was just returned to me about three months after I lost my last ‘cube’ Then the very next night somebody knocked it into the table. Well now that I have this none of that will happen anymore. My pack of five will last me for quite some time now. And I like having my chalk at my side at all times.

I would recommend this product to a friend

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How-to article on properly chalking your cue

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