Justa Bridge Head
Overall, this is a really cool portable bridge. There is no situation that this portable bridge can’t get you out of, including shooting over or around other balls. There are literally 11 glides that your cue sits in and the bridge can be configured to what seems to be an infinite number of positions. All glides are all felt lined, which gives a really nice feel as you are stroking and it also protects your shaft. The bridge easily slips onto the end of your cue and locks in by pulling on the collar of the bridge. You set the bridge configuration easily by twisting the shaft of your cue. This product is a slickly engineered, high quality product . It can definitely give you an edge over your opponent who is stuck using a traditional mechanical bridge. There is only one thing that I don’t like about this product, which is that it is bulky. The collar is about 1 and a quarter inches deep while the length of the bridge head is about 4 and a half inches long. These dimensions make it bulky to fit in your case. It is for this reason, and this reason alone that I tend not to carry it with me and instead, carry and use the portable moose head bridge.
Here are a few pictures that give you a sense of the dimensions:
The following is a picture of the collar that you insert the cue into & lock in by pulling the collar towards you:
The following pictures show you the versatility of this bridge and a sample of a variety of positions achieved by twisting the shaft of the cue while locked into the collar:
Overall, I really like the “Justa Bridge Head” and do recommend it, as long as you don’t mind the dimensions. It is also pricey, considering the cost of other portable bridges.