Bat Weight Comparison. Our weight comparison chart offers an indicative guide to the weight range of full size short handle bats, including GM NOW! ToeTek and a single grip. Each bat has a slightly different range of weights which allows GM to offer a full spectrum of bats for each individual player. This chart, however, is just a guide.
3 1/2". Bat Weight. Senior Range (SH & LH) Weight. Light. 2lb 9oz & Under. Medium. 2lb 10oz - ...
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A skilled bats maker will look to make that bat pick up lighter. Careful shaping, design and know how, means a good bat maker will improve on the pick up and give it that lighter than its dead weight feel. That’s where pick up and not bat weight come into play. Also lets not forget cricket bat grips and stickers. Today’s grips can weigh around 1.7oz and stickers weigh a similar amount, so a bat that’s crafted to weigh 2.7 ends up at 2.10 once it’s fully dressed up.
Cricket bat weight is generally expressed as pounds and ounces. In Australia, we use grams, however to honour the tradition of cricket bat making, we used pounds and ounces to express the weight of our bats. The abbreviation for pounds is lbs. 2.7lbs is 2 pounds and 7 ounces. Here is a quick guide to help you work out the conversion. 1.12lbs = 795 g
The table below is a guide from Kookaburra of the weight range of their junior bats BAT WEIGHT Harrow 2.4 – 2.6lb Size 6 2.3 – 2.5lb Size 5 2.2 – 2.4lb Size 4 2.1 – 2.3lb Size 3 2.0 – 2.2lb Size 2 1.9 – 2.1lb Size 1 1.8 – 2.0lb RIGHT BAT SIZE = MORE ACTION! MORE RUNS! MORE ENJOYMENT! A BAT SHOULDN’T BE TOO TALL OR BE TOO HEAVY
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The weight of a Cricket Bat is 2.63–3 lb (1.19-1.36 kg). The Cricket Bat is a piece of sports equipment used in Cricket batsmen. The cricket bat is commonly made in India and Pakistan, featuring a flat-fronted willow-wood blade fixed to a cane handle.
Junior cricket bats are scaled down in size and weight to meet this important requirement. Below is an accurate guide to help you choose an accurate size for both junior and senior cricketers: Size 1: Suitable for ages 4 – 5, Height Range: 4ft" – 4ft 3” (120 – 129cm), Bat Length 25 ¼”. Size 2: Suitable for ages 6 - 7, Height Range: 4ft 4" - 4ft 6" (129 – 137cm), Bat Length 27 ¾”.