Riley are extremely proud to offer the most comprehensive range of games tables, cues and cue sport accessories of any company within the field. Not only are Riley synonymous with strength, quality and competitive pricing, we are now well and truly acknowledged throughout the international market as the most innovative company for trend setting design.
Our games tables have taken home gaming to the next level. Solidly built, with quality playing surfaces that offer a home experience as close to the real thing as you can get. Our philosophy is that the home player deserves as much of our care and attention as the professional. We will not sell low quality products – there is nothing worse than a fine shot being spoiled by a shaking table. The robust construction and attractive designs of a Riley table will not be compromised to reach an attractive price point.
We thought this was a great gift for all golf players.
Looking for an innovative gift for the golf player in your family? Tired of ball cleaners, tee holders? This brand new idea from Riley gives any golfer a tough putting challenge that will not only provide hours of fun, but help improve their close play on the green. Two high impact ABS hazards are provided and a putting hole — arrange according to the instructions provided to give a par 3, par 4 and par 5 hole challenge. Then, experiment with different configurations – the potential number of holes to create is limitless. Putter and balls not included — the serious golfer wants to practice with their own equipment!
Box Dimensions: 30.5cm x 29cm x 23cm
Box Weight: 1.6kg
Demonstration of the Aristocrat Snooker Table being constructed on-site.
Manufactured from the finest Mahoganies and Hardwoods
Galvanised steels for optimum response along the entire length of the cushion
Strachan cloth, as specified for all professional tournaments
Italian 5 piece slate, precision honed by laser creating the optimum playing surface
Vertical drop slate as per Tournament specification
Slate support brackets ensure slates are balanced to the frame
Pocket leathers using the best quality hides. Pocket openings comply with WSA official template specifications
Delivery & Installation by Riley Qualified Fitters.
The UKBiz.TV production team were really pleased to have filmed the making of this fantastic snooker table.
Recently, BCE/ Riley has launched the patented WAC technology — weight adjustable cue — which allows the player to match the weight of their snooker cue or pool cue to their own playing requirements.
It also brings the centre of gravity of the snooker cue or pool cue more towards the centre of the cue, which is where a professional snooker player or pool player would balance their custom made cue.
Customise your cue using WAC technology. WAC allows you to adjust the weight of your cue to suit your individual playing needs.
All WAC cues have 3 weight rings integrated into the butt section of the cue. Each weight ring weighs 1/2oz (14 grams) and can be removed or added to create the desired weight for the individual player.
With weight and balance being the variable factors, WAC technology has been carefully engineered to bring the centre of gravity forward to its optimum position. The balance and centre of gravity are key features in the manufacture of professional quality cues.
The UKBiz.TV team were please to create this infomercial video with Mark Selby promoting the WAC technology.
Phat Line technology is based on using a wider shaft than we use in standard snooker shafts. Most snooker shafts will be 9.5mm — 10 mm at the tip. Phat Line gives you a massive 11.75 mm at the tip.
How does Phat Line improve your break building?
The sweet spot for a cue ball is dead centre. If a player could strike the cue ball dead centre every time this would increase the player’s pot percentage significantly. When the cue ball is struck off centre the deviation is greater because a degree of side spin impacts on the cue ball. This means the greater the distance between cue ball and object ball the greater the chance of deviation and missing the pot thus driving your percentage pot ratio down.
A good example being, if as a training exercise you were to place the cue ball in the jaw of a corner pocket on a snooker table and strike the cue ball with the view to potting the cue ball in the opposite corner pocket, the player would endeavour to strike the cue ball dead centre to avoid any unnecessary deviation. A reasonable player would hope to pot the cue ball 9 out of 10 times (a 90% success rate).
If the same training exercise was again carried out but this time striking the cue ball slightly off centre (unintentionally applying side) the pot percentage would drop to around 3 out of 10 (A 30% success rate).
The main reason the pot percentage drops is because when unwanted side is added to the cue ball the degree of difficulty increases and therefore the pot percentage overall decreases.
UKBiz.TV production team filmed Mark Selby talking about PHAT