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Battery Type for Minnesota Fats Light-up Cue


Battery Type for Minnesota Fats Light-up Cue

I have a Minnesota Fats Light-up cue that has a butt plate that unscrews and a place to put button cell (watch) batteries. The batteries are missing. Does anybody know what size batteries it takes?

Battery Type for Minnesota Fats Light-up Cue

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  1. ekb6760billiardsforum on 9/30/2020 1:46:18 PM

    Can we see photos of the Minnesota Fats cue?

    It may help identify it, which may then help lead us to some information on it.

    I did find some Fats cues that light up and take batteries. The "Minnesota Fats RCLAVA2 Liquid Lava Lightup Cue".

    minnesota-fats-light-up-cue.jpg

    On that particular model, one owner said this:

    I got some energizer # 357 watch batteries, they are thicker and you only need 2 instead of the 3 that come with it, but they work fine. Battery # 357BPZ-3N

    Another reviewer of the same cue said:

    AG10. It takes three batteries. Alkaline are the cheapest way to go, but Duracells would last much longer I would suppose, but Duracells can run $4.00 each.

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Battery Type for Minnesota Fats Light-up Cue

  • Title: Battery Type for Minnesota Fats Light-up Cue
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  • Published: 9/30/2020 12:00:30 PM
  • Last Updated: 9/30/2020 1:53:41 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)