The World's Most Expensive Pool Cue (Looks Like A Medieval Battleaxe)

September 23, 2013


This is the $150,000 Intimidator from McDermott Handcrafted Cues. It started life as an 82-pound piece of solid stainless steel, and 1,862 man hours later, became...this thing. This thing I wouldn't want to see anybody swinging that in a bar fight. Not unless they're on my side anyway.

The Intimidator is the most expensive pool cue in the world and raises the bar to a whole new level of prestige. This sensational cue is a 3D piece of art that features four bladed wings that can rip a table to shreds. The focal point is a Genuine Italian Obsidian Gemstone Sphere at the base.

Inlaid with 24K Gold, Deep Relief & French Grey Scroll Engraving

46 individual parts, including stainless steel, 24K Gold & Genuine Italian Obsidian

Over 210 separate inlays, including 112 hand-polished Precious Metal inlays on the handle

Oh man, I would totally use that to break for a game of 8-ball and, knowing me, stab myself in the back and tear one of my kidneys out. *wakes up in hospital* Did I win? "You scratched on the break." PULL THE PLUG ON ME, JUST DO IT.

A couple more shots if you're interested.



Thanks to LupusYonderboy, who has a million dollar pool cue but doesn't like to brag about it because that's how you get a million dollar pool cue stolen from you. Wealthy AND smart!

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