Kamui chalk is really like nothing else available: it’s as good as it gets.
The Roku is their latest creation, having only launched about a year ago. It’s a replacement of Kamui’s famous 0.98 chalk, which they no longer produce.
Upon applying this chalk for the first time, the first thing that you notice is its consistency. It doesn’t really feel like chalk at all. It’s a much finer substance, almost like a powder.
But this is what makes the Roku so great. Although it’s not a cheap option, this chalk does a fantastic job staying on your tip. As a result, you don’t need to reapply it after every shot, and less of it gets on your table.
However, don’t think that this means that you only get a thin coating on your tip. As you’d expect given what this chalk costs, the level of cue ball control it offers is second to none.
All in all, if you’re looking for the best pool chalk out there, no matter the cost, the Roku is a fantastic pick.
You heard right. All the buzz on social media, around the billiard rooms and even straight from Florian ??Venom” Kohler himself, is TRUE! This six-sided blue chalk contains all the best features from the Kamui .98 and 1.21 with none of the downfalls such as marking the cue balls and leaving those nasty chalk stains on the felt. Kamui heard you ALL! The Roku chalk is specially formulated to cover your tip evenly and last giving you maximum accuracy with each shot without losing contact to the ball. Your hit consistency and ease of english will be up, and miscuing will go down drastically. With a longer lifespan, this chalk is going to last giving you peace of mind that when you need it, you will have it.