Billiard accessories in abundance

Do you need billiard accessories? You'll find them at K Sport Supply: tarpaulins, cleaning agents for balls and billiard cloths, ball scales, billiard games, billiard cloths and timers, brushes, rest cues, cue racks, chalk, everything you'll ever need for markings and sights, as well as scoreboards and more...

Check it all out in our catalogue and find the accessories that you need.

Plastic ferrule – Glued tip
Plastic ferrule – Screw tip
Buffalo ferrule – Glued tip
Brass ferrule – Screw tip
Brass ferrule – Glued tip
Cue slicker
Brass ferrule – Glued tip
Ball marker
Tip meter
Leather chalk holder
Rubber chalk holder
Removable chalk holder
Magnetic chalk holder
Tip adjuster
Tip domer
Cue-tip shaper
Riley cue plus tip file
Cue-tip topper
Red cue clamp

Billiard balls: from ivory to synthetic

Billiard balls used to be made of ivory. Fortunately for the elephants, synthetics are now used for making billiard balls. Over the years, makers have experimented with different synthetics and other materials for billiard balls. What they have learnt has enabled us to set the criteria for what makes a good material for billiard balls: strong, heat-resistant plastics with a long life-span.

Billiard balls turn square

Billiard balls turn square after a time. At least they do according to the professional jargon. Because every time the balls hit against each other, there is a slight flattening of the ball. And after every touch with another ball, a billiard ball is compressed, little by little. As a result, over time, billiard balls because angular and smaller.


Pool balls: 15 + 1

There are various balls for various games. A set of pool balls, for example, consists of fifteen numbered balls and one white cue ball. The pool balls numbering from 1 to 8 are fully coloured. The pool balls from 9 to 15 are coloured only across the middle. The outside is white. The white cue ball can have a different size to the rest of the set.


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