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Snooker triangles and cue racks

Snooker triangles to organise your table and somewhere to put your cues. These bits of equipment are essential for any snooker player.

Triangles and racks; essential equipment for any snooker player.

By now, you should have your snooker balls and snooker cues. Now, you need something to help organise your table and somewhere to put your cues. These bits of equipment are essential for any snooker player. Here are our best picks of triangles and racks.

Black plastic Snooker triangle

black plastic snooker triangles

Under £5, here’s a simple snooker triangle that can fit your 16″ snooker balls. Including free delivery, this product has received high customer feedback and does exactly what it says on the tin (so to speak).

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Wooden professional snooker triangle

wooden snooker triangle

This is a wooden, professional triangle which will help you collect the ball into the required formation. At under £10, it also comes with free delivery.

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Plastic triangle for snooker

plastic snooker triangle

Labelled as the #1 best seller on Amazon, this triangle is as simple as it comes but does exactly the job it needs to. Suitable for 15 x 2 inch balls, and can also be ideal for pool if necessary. HOWEVER, this is not for full-size, standard snooker. It is for the small size.

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Snooker Cue Rack

snooker cue rack

Snooker cue rack with clips that holds six cues. Dimensions of 40cm x 4cm x 4cm, and are ‘very easy to assemble to wall.’ The perfect place to store your cues.

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Wall Mount 6 Cue Wooden Deluxe Rack

wooden cue rack

This wall mount is stylish and can hold up to six cues. Described as a ‘deluxe rack’, it comes in at just £12 and has received high customer feedback.

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