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Our range of products include snooker ball set, billiard balls set, snooker table balls, aramith 1g snooker ball set, aramith premier snooker ball set and aramith tc snooker ball set.
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Snooker Ball Set

Snooker Ball Set

Rs 2,300  / SetGet Best Price

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BrandClub 147
MaterialResin
Usage/ApplicationSports
Size/Dimension36 X 23 X 6 inch
ShapeRectangular
Weight525 gm
AppearanceModern
Number of Balls22 Balls

Snooker balls, like the balls for all cue sports, are typically made of phenolic resin, and are smaller than pool balls. Regulation snooker balls (which are specified in metric units) are nominally 52.5 mm (approximately 2 1⁄15 inches) in diameter, though many sets are actually manufactured at 52.4 mm (about  2 1⁄16 in.) No weight for the balls is specified in the rules, only that the weight of any two balls should not differ by more than 0.5g. Some recreational sets (which are usually not measured metrically) are 2 1⁄8 in. (about 54 mm) up to as large as pool balls, at 2 1⁄4 in. (about 57.2 mm); larger ball size requires wider pocket openings. Miniature sets also exist, for half-size home tables. There are fifteen red balls, six "colour" balls (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black), and one white cue ball. Usually none of the balls are numbered, though the six colour balls often are in the US, where they are easily mistaken at first glance for pool balls (the design is similar, but the numbering does not match pool's scheme). The set of eight colours used for snooker balls (including white) are thought to be derived from the game of croquet. Snooker was invented in 1884 by British Army officers stationed in India. Croquet reached its peak popularity at the same time, particularly amongst people in the same social context. The eight coloured balls of croquet use the same identical set of eight colours. There are many other similarities between croquet and snooker, which when taken together, suggest that the derivation of the latter owes much to the existence of the former.

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  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
  • Billiard Balls Set
Billiard Balls Set

Billiard Balls Set

Rs 3,000  / SetGet Best Price

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BrandClub 147
Usage/ApplicationSnooker And Billiard
MaterialResin
Packaging TypeBox
ShapeBall
Size/Dimension10 mm
Weight525 gm
AppearanceModern

Owing to our excellent connectivity, trusted shipping facilities, we smoothly deliver the product basket to the clientele. With the assistance of sophisticated packaging system and adroit professionals, we are able to provide flawless lot of products as we ensure complete safety during packaging. Available in the set of 16, our billiards balls are made of the high quality resin material.

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  • Snooker Table Balls
  • Snooker Table Balls
  • Snooker Table Balls
Snooker Table Balls

Snooker Table Balls

Rs 3,000  / SetGet Best Price
BrandClub 147
MaterialResin
Diameter16 inch
Packaging TypeBox
Usage/ApplicationSports
Weight500 gm
No Of Balls22 Balls
We are one of the reckoned names in the industry involved in offering premium grade collection of Snooker table, IMP snooker table,  billiards and snooker table,  tournament classic, Pool table, pool table, Pool table , executive, American Pool Table,  American Pool Table, Billiards Table, Snooker accessories, Snooker billiards and pool balls, Master classic cues, Snooker and Pool cloth and Snooker Pool Frame. Distinct range of products they offer is compatible to the international standards. Designed by using all types of imported and domestic wood, the long life and maintenance free performance of their products is assured. As a quality oriented firm, their main motto is to provide their valuable clients a streamlined product range. The professionals of their team have the capability to provide all the products according to the needs of the customers. Also, each and every product is thoroughly checked and tested for quality by their quality auditors to eradicate all the flaws. Due to the high quality standards of their product range, they have created a huge client base across the domain. To cater to the ever growing demands of their valued clients for their range, they have established a capacious warehousing and packaging unit. Adept warehousing experts in their team make sure that each product is stored in safe manner to make sure zero damage to the products.

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  • Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set
Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set

Aramith 1g Snooker Ball Set

Rs 25,000  / SetGet Best Price
Usage/ApplicationPool and Snooker
MaterialResin
BrandCLUB 147
ColorMulti Colour
Packaging TypeBox
Shape TypeBall
Size/Dimension10 mm
Weight525 gm

1G Tournament Champion balls as used in all world ranking event TV Tournaments. These are the same type of snooker balls you see used on all major events on TV today. For over 40 years Aramith have supplied sets of Tournament Champion balls to the World Snooker Professional Players Association. Whilst they may appear to be standard Tournament Champion snooker sets they are in fact drastically different having only a one gram maximum weight difference between balls in a set rather than the 3 gram tolerance within a standard set of Tournament Champion balls. This reduction in tolerance allows the W.S.A. professional players to reach the highest scores during W.S.A. Tournaments.

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  • Aramith Premier Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith Premier Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith Premier Snooker Ball Set
Aramith Premier Snooker Ball Set

Aramith Premier Snooker Ball Set

Rs 10,500  / SetGet Best Price
Usage/ApplicationPool and Snooker Table
MaterialResin
BrandCLUB 147
ColorMulti colors
Packaging TypeBox
Shape TypeBall
Weight200 gm
Snooker balls, like the balls for all cue sports, are typically made of phenolic resin, and are smaller than pool balls. Regulation snooker balls (which are specified in metric units) are nominally 52.5 mm (approximately ​2 1⁄15 inches) in diameter, though many sets are actually manufactured at 52.4 mm (about ​2 1⁄16 in.) No weight for the balls is specified in the rules, only that the weight of any two balls should not differ by more than 0.5g. Some recreational sets (which are usually not measured metrically) are ​2 1⁄8 in. (about 54 mm) up to as large as pool balls, at ​2 1⁄4 in. (about 57.2 mm); larger ball size requires wider pocket openings. Miniature sets also exist, for half-size home tables. There are fifteen red balls, six "color" balls (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black), and one white cue ball. Usually none of the balls are numbered, though the six color balls often are in the US, where they are easily mistaken at first glance for pool balls (the design is similar, but the numbering does not match pool's scheme). The set of eight colors used for snooker balls (including white) are thought to be derived from the game of croquet.

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  • Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set
  • Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set
Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set

Aramith Tc Snooker Ball Set

Rs 18,500  / SetGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Set

Usage/ApplicationSNOOKER TABLE
MaterialResin
BrandCLUB 147
Color15 Red Balls, 1 white Cue Ball and 6 Colored Balls
Pack OfBox
Snooker balls, like the balls for all cue sports, are typically made of phenolic resin, and are smaller than pool balls. Regulation snooker balls (which are specified in metric units) are nominally 52.5 mm (approximately ​2 1⁄15 inches) in diameter, though many sets are actually manufactured at 52.4 mm (about ​2 1⁄16 in.) No weight for the balls is specified in the rules, only that the weight of any two balls should not differ by more than 0.5g. Some recreational sets (which are usually not measured metrically) are ​2 1⁄8 in. (about 54 mm) up to as large as pool balls, at ​2 1⁄4 in. (about 57.2 mm); larger ball size requires wider pocket openings. Miniature sets also exist, for half-size home tables. There are fifteen red balls, six "color" balls (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black), and one white cue ball. Usually none of the balls are numbered, though the six color balls often are in the US, where they are easily mistaken at first glance for pool balls (the design is similar, but the numbering does not match pool's scheme). The set of eight colors used for snooker balls (including white) are thought to be derived from the game of croquet.

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  • Snooker Table Balls
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  • Snooker Table Balls
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Snooker Table Balls

Snooker Table Balls

Rs 2,300  / SetGet Best Price

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MaterialResin
BrandClub 147
ShapeBalls
Weight400 gm
Usage/ApplicationSnooker
Number of Balls22 Balls
Size9 mm
Snooker balls, like the balls for all cue sports, are typically made of phenolic resin, and are smaller than pool balls. Regulation snooker balls (which are specified in metric units) are nominally 52.5 mm (approximately  2 1/15 inches) in diameter, though many sets are actually manufactured at 52.4 mm (about  2 1⁄16 in.) No weight for the balls is specified in the rules, only that the weight of any two balls should not differ by more than 0.5g. Some recreational sets (which are usually not measured metrically) are  2 1/8 in. (about 54 mm) up to as large as pool balls, at  2 1/4 in. (about 57.2 mm); larger ball size requires wider pocket openings. Miniature sets also exist, for half-size home tables. There are fifteen red balls, six "colour" balls (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black), and one white cue ball. Usually none of the balls are numbered, though the six colour balls often are in the US, where they are easily mistaken at first glance for pool balls (the design is similar, but the numbering does not match pool's scheme). The set of eight colours used for snooker balls (including white) are thought to be derived from the game of croquet. Snooker was invented in 1884 by British Army officers stationed in India. Croquet reached its peak popularity at the same time, particularly amongst people in the same social context. The eight coloured balls of croquet use the same identical set of eight colours. There are many other similarities between croquet and snooker, which when taken together, suggest that the derivation of the latter owes much to the existence of the former.

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Snooker Balls Set

Snooker Balls Set

Rs 11,499  / SetGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Set

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BrandClub 147
MaterialPhenaloic Resin
Packaging TypeBox
Usage/ApplicationGame
Model NumberNAC-005
AppearanceModern
Number of Balls22 Balls
FinishPolished
Country of OriginMade in India
Snooker balls, like the balls for all cue sports, are typically made of phenolic resin, and are smaller than pool balls. Regulation snooker balls (which are specified in metric units) are nominally 52.5 mm (approximately  2 1⁄15 inches) in diameter, though many sets are actually manufactured at 52.4 mm (about  2 1⁄16 in.) No weight for the balls is specified in the rules, only that the weight of any two balls should not differ by more than 0.5g. Some recreational sets (which are usually not measured metrically) are  2 1⁄8 in. (about 54 mm) up to as large as pool balls, at  2 1⁄4 in. (about 57.2 mm); larger ball size requires wider pocket openings. Miniature sets also exist, for half-size home tables. There are fifteen red balls, six "colour" balls (yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black), and one white cue ball. Usually none of the balls are numbered, though the six colour balls often are in the US, where they are easily mistaken at first glance for pool balls (the design is similar, but the numbering does not match pool's scheme). The set of eight colours used for snooker balls (including white) are thought to be derived from the game of croquet. Snooker was invented in 1884 by British Army officers stationed in India. Croquet reached its peak popularity at the same time, particularly amongst people in the same social context. The eight coloured balls of croquet use the same identical set of eight colours. There are many other similarities between croquet and snooker, which when taken together, suggest that the derivation of the latter owes much to the existence of the former.

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  • Production Capacity: 15 Pcs Per Month
  • Delivery Time: 2-3 Days

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