A lot of people have been inquiring about the E-Grip and how much space it takes up. Well, the short answer is, it takes up as much space as a standard pool cue case pocket. I purposely designed the E-Grip so that it can be easily transported inside a pool cue case. I kept getting frustrated when other cue holder products were either too big to fit in a bag or, worse yet, they compromised their design to become small enough. As you can see in this video, we hit the prefect spot with the E-Grip.
The device itself breaks down into two pieces that can be laid right on top of each other, thus saving space in the cue case. The E-Grip fits in most pool cue cases but, in the event that you have one with a very small pocket, we’ve got a solution for you as well. Simply thread the E-Grip through your cue case’s strap and lock the E-Grip to itself, creating a closed loop. This will keep the E-Grip safe and secure and it also ensures that you can’t forget to bring it with you next time you go out to play.
What if you show up to play pool and there’s no suitable table to clamp the E-Grip onto? Well, in that case, you can even clamp the E-Grip right onto the end of your cue case. Once you’ve done that and tightened it down appropriately, you can simply put your cue case on any nearby surface and it will give you a secure way to keep your cue upright, just like it was actually attached to a table. This is best demonstrated in the video, so be sure to watch it.