Best 10 Ceat bats

Here is the list of the best CEAT Cricket bats for sale for 2023. View all the info on every bat that made a list to make an informed decision. 

CEAT bats - Easy Comparison Guide

🏏CEAT Cricket Bats✔️Type of Willow🔴Handle type🔥Toe type🏏Sweet Spot☑️Estimated EdgeEstimated👍Weight (Grams)🔎Estimated Spine height👋Suitable$Price👉Bat size
CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade1 )Semi OvalSemi Round to roundMid38mm1,12658-60mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $330.SH
CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade1 A+)roundRoundMid-Low37-40mm1,150-122060mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $479SH
CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade2-3)Semi-OvalRoundMid36-38mm1,134-1,21956-58mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $369SH
CEAT Gripp Star Cricket- CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade 3)Semi-OvalRoundMid37-39mm1180-125063-65mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From$499SH
CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade 5)Semi OvalSemi to RoundLow39-40mm1,162-124760-61mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $400SH
CEAT SPEED MASTER ENGLISH WILLOW CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade 6)Semi OvalSemi to RoundMid37-40mm1,105-1,21963-65mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $370SH
CEAT Top Gun English Willow CEAT batsEnglish WillowSemi Oval to roundRoundMid37-40mm1180-122062-64mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $182SH
CEAT Sport Drive English Willow CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade 3)roundRoundMid37-40mm1106-119060-62mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $900SH
CEAT Secura Drive English Willow CEAT batsEnglish Willow (Grade 2)Semi OvalRoundMid37-39mm1,105-1,21960-61mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $250SH
CEAT Striker English Willow CEAT bats English Willow (Grade 2)Semi-OvalRoundMid37-39mm1180-125063-65mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $150SH

1. CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats

Rohit Sharma play with Ceat Hitman bats. Why shouldn't you?The Hitman Ceat bats are made out of +1 English Grade cleft (pieces of wood that bats are made out of). Hitman Ceat bats are air-dried for 6 months and uniquely hard-pressed. A subcontinent shape profile is the order of the day.

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Rounded to Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12-piece cane handle oval

Grip

Latex rubber

There’s a lot that goes into making a top quality bat. Each player has specific requirements and it isn’t exactly cheap to make one. And making a bat isn’t an exact science either. Every bat is unique in a certain way because it is not cut from the same piece of wood. Bat makers are highly trained people, there’s plenty of skill involved in their work. Earlier, bats were much thinner and it wasn’t easy to hit boundaries. But now, even top-edges go for sixes. So a batsman’s ability to accumulate runs has increased because of the better quality bats. It wouldn’t be unfair to say that the degree of success a batsman can achieve depends greatly on the quality of their bat. 

Hand Crafted Naturally air dried Grade 1+ english willow
Grains available 8 to 10.

CEAT Hit Man Rohit Sharma Edition English Willow Cricket Bat (1.1 kg)

All Power packed in a Light Weight 1180-1220 Grams.

* Rohit Sharma Edition has 9-12 Straight Grains.

* Thicknes of it’s edges is 39-40 mm.

* Highly Concave Edges.

* Special Scale Grip for the Bat Handle- for control and comfort.

* 9 piece Saravak Combination Cane Handle for Shock Absorption and Power Hitting.

* Super Rebound Quality.


Lightweight design. Contoured edges.
Multi piece cane handle for outstanding feel, flex and control.Specially made for a professional batsman playing 50-over Cricket.
This awesome Bat was designed for Rohit Sharma with great balance and consistent willow throughout the bat. Grade A or Grade 1 English Willow will ensure great timing of the Bat. Manufactured to play shots all around the field.

Contoured edges and a scalloped back design are the order of the day.  The bow is in the middle and is slight shape. Sweet spot aimed at the middle of the Bat.

You will be able to play on low and bouncy wickets with this Bat, as the sweet spot is on a large area of the Bat. Sweet spot a bit lower with a round toe.

This will assist front foot and back foot shots.

This handle type allows for a lighter bottom-hand grip and will assist the hands not to twist with ball impact on the bat. Especially if the ball hit the bat off-center.

You might also be interested in having a look at GM bats reviews.

 

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats- Full Profile Min Concaving: The bat has very limited wood taken out the back of the bat, therefore the wood is left where it really matters to ensure the utmost ping. It is someone that is looking at ultimate power at the forefront, then this shape may suit. The pickup will still be nice and balanced and feel superb in the hands. This is the shape that most pro’s like especially in the ODI/T20 format due to the value for strokes you receive with this profile.

Hitman Ceat bats comparison of profile

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – A large Bow: A large bow acts as a counterbalance, raising the center of gravity of the cricket bat, thereby assisting pick-up. In other words, a bat with considerable bow and a lower middle can feel the same as a straight blade with a higher middle.

It helps with control of strokes, as the player’s hands are positioned more in front of the ball during contact. It acts like a scoop, to produce more lofted (higher) shots, which do however run the risk of being caught.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – A FLATTER FACE profile: assists with better control of the bat, because of the flatter face.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: The Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – A Mid to low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A two-in-one setup that allows some favorability to players who like to hit down the ground but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot. Do you rarely find yourself on high-bouncing wickets? A synthetic wicket specialist? Or thinking about a tour of the subcontinent? Well, this sweet spot setup could really help some of your shots. Blast a straight drive through the inner field and you’ll know what we mean.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – Oval HANDLE TYPE: Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT HITMAN English willow- CEAT bats – A ROUND TOE: A Round toe is the most common toe shape used by players and in general will help prevent damage to the bat toe particularly if you are a constant crease tapper.

2. CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm -40 mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle oval

Grip

Latex rubber

Fitted with an extra thick double textured grip for feel and comfort.One extra is a fitted toe guard that will help retain or keep the moisture in the bat. Secondly, it will also protect the toe from damage and will give more durability to the Bat.

The mid-level bulge at the spine assists with a huge variety of strokes. The thickness of the edges is between 36-40 mm and will assist with miss-hits off the bat flying to the boundary. The willow is supported by 8 grades most of the time. The spine height is about 64 mm and there is a lot of wood behind this spine. The Bat’s weight is approximately 1160-1220 grams.

 

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats- Full Profile Min Concaving: The bat has very limited wood taken out the back of the bat, therefore the wood is left where it really matters to ensure the utmost ping. It is someone that is looking at ultimate power at the forefront, then this shape may suit. The pickup will still be nice and balanced and feel superb in the hands. This is the shape that most pro’s like especially in the ODI/T20 format due to the value for strokes you receive with this profile.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – A large Bow: A large bow acts as a counterbalance, raising the center of gravity of the cricket bat, thereby assisting pick-up. In other words, a bat with considerable bow and a lower middle can feel the same as a straight blade with a higher middle.

It helps with control of strokes, as the player’s hands are positioned more in front of the ball during contact. It acts like a scoop, to produce more lofted (higher) shots, which do however run the risk of being caught.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – A FLATTER FACE profile: assists with better control of the bat, because of the flatter face.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: The Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – A Mid to low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A two-in-one setup that allows some favorability to players who like to hit down the ground but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot. Do you rarely find yourself on high-bouncing wickets? A synthetic wicket specialist? Or thinking about a tour of the subcontinent? Well, this sweet spot setup could really help some of your shots. Blast a straight drive through the inner field and you’ll know what we mean.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – Oval HANDLE TYPE: Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT RESOLUTE ENGLISH WILLOW- CEAT bats – A ROUND TOE: A Round toe is the most common toe shape used by players and in general will help prevent damage to the bat toe particularly if you are a constant crease tapper.

3. CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats

This is the exact dimensions as the Players addition.  The only difference is the quality and the grade of the English willow. This bat consist out of Grade 2 and 3 English willow that will have some blemishes on the balde, but won't have an affect on the timing and rebound of the blade of the bat. 

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm -40 mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle oval

Grip

Latex rubber

Grade 2 English Willow Cricket Bat
Size: Senior Short Handle
Suitable for First Class level
BIG EDGE & SWEET SPOT
SUPERDRIVE FLEX HANDLE
WITH TOE GUARD PROTECTION
LIGHT WEIGHT

An Oval handle with a Sarvak cane handle will bring power and control. This will give you the balance and benefits of an oval and round handle. Fitted with an extra thick double textured grip for feel and comfort. One extra is a fitted toe guard that will help retain or keep the moisture in the bat. Secondly,it will also protect the toe from damage and will give more durability to the Bat.

The mid-level bulge at the spine assists with a huge variety of strokes. The thickness of the edges is between 36-40 mm and will assist with miss-hits off the bat flying to the boundary. The willow is supported by 8 grades most of the time. The spine height is about 64 mm and there is a lot of wood behind this spine. The Bat’s weight is approximately 1160-1220 grams.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats- Full Profile Min Concaving: The bat has very limited wood taken out the back of the bat, therefore the wood is left where it really matters to ensure the utmost ping. It is someone that is looking at ultimate power at the forefront, then this shape may suit. The pickup will still be nice and balanced and feel superb in the hands. This is the shape that most pro’s like especially in the ODI/T20 format due to the value for strokes you receive with this profile.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats – A large Bow: A large bow acts as a counterbalance, raising the center of gravity of the cricket bat, thereby assisting pick-up. In other words, a bat with considerable bow and a lower middle can feel the same as a straight blade with a higher middle.

It helps with control of strokes, as the player’s hands are positioned more in front of the ball during contact. It acts like a scoop, to produce more lofted (higher) shots, which do however run the risk of being caught.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats – Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats – A FLATTER FACE profile: assists with better control of the bat, because of the flatter face.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: The Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats – A Mid to low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A two-in-one setup that allows some favorability to players who like to hit down the ground but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot. Do you rarely find yourself on high-bouncing wickets? A synthetic wicket specialist? Or thinking about a tour of the subcontinent? Well, this sweet spot setup could really help some of your shots. Blast a straight drive through the inner field and you’ll know what we mean.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats- Oval HANDLE TYPE: Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. The sweet spot is deeper and exhibits better rebounding qualities. A deeper swell helps to give the cricket bat a larger sweet spot.

CEAT GRIPP MASTER- CEAT bats- A ROUND TOE: A Round toe is the most common toe shape used by players and in general will help prevent damage to the bat toe particularly if you are a constant crease tapper.

4. CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats

The premium bat of the BAS range in my opinion. Consisting of Grade 1+ English Willow, this player edition is rated 5 stars by Cricket Bat critics.

Middle

Approximately 215 mm to 235 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 37mm to 39 mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 63 mm to 65mm

Scallop

Approximately 1mm to 2mm

Bow

Enhanced Bow

Handle

Round

Grip

Pro-Lite grip

Round Handle Shape

The unique duckbill profile is also commonly known as the dolphin shape. The toe is between square and rounded to give you the ultimate balance.

Duckbill: A duckbill profile adds thickness to the toe yet aids pickup for a better-balanced bat. This is the bat profile preferred by many international players due to the balance and amount of wood left in the bat in the hitting zone. Perfect for front-foot players and on slow low English wickets. This bat is designed for big hitters and for clearing the ropes effortlessly.

The Sweet spot would be middle and mid to slight low on the willow. There will be mostly 8 to 10 straight grains on the willow evenly spaced with almost no blemishes. This can vary from Bat to Bat. The pick-up is light for bats around 1200 grams.  The balance of this Bat is not comparable. The Bat willow will be very responsive and the ping will be active on the blade. You can pay from 400$ upwards for this awesome Bat. Prices may vary from different stores and online stores.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – A duckbill PROFILE SHAPE: A duckbill profile adds thickness to the toe yet aids pickup for a better-balanced bat. This is the bat profile preferred by many international players due to the balance and amount of wood left in the bat in the hitting zone. Perfect for front-foot players and on slow low English wickets. This bat is designed for big hitters and for clearing the ropes effortlessly.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – A Standard BOW: The Cricket Bow is the curve of the cricket bat from the tip of the handle to the end of the toe. The Cricket bow is based on the personal preference of you as a batsman. Some cricket players prefer cricket bats with a larger bow. When seen in profile, you’ll notice that there is a curve from the bottom of the handle through to the toe. This entire curve is referred to as the ‘bow’. The regular bow is found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – A Medium SPINE HEIGHT: What is the spine of a cricket bat? Cricket Bat Spine is found on the back face of the cricket bat. The spine is the line that runs down the center of the cricket bat’s back starting from the handle running down to the toe.  A higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle of the bat.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – A Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat-faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – Big EDGES: Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION: Not too high or too low, the mid sweet spot position is the most popular setup among all cricket bats. You would be looking for a mid-sweet spot if you see yourself as a ‘complete’ batter. This means if you enjoy strokes on the front and back foot, you play on all types of wickets and you want the largest area for the sweet spot. This setup gives performance both straight and square of the wicket, while allowing players to be confident with an array of shots. This prime sweet spot position is also famous for what many refer to as a ‘balanced’ pickup.

CEAT Gripp Star CEAT bats – Round HANDLE TYPE: Allows the bottom hand to come into play more easily for aerial shots. As a loose rule players that attack mainly with horizontal bat shots tend to prefer a Round handle as it allows for an easier roll of the wrist over the ball. Typically the choice of Asian players. It is for players who are wristy, like using the bottom hand and like to feel the bottom hand on the handle.
CEAT Gripp Star CEAT -bats – Semi flat or square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard, or your favorite secret recipe.

5. CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats

This is a Grade 3 English Willow bat with a proportionately curved blade. The profile has a concave profile. The grade 3 willow cleft is more abundant in quantity than other grades.

Middle

Approximately 195mm to 215mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 39mm to 40mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm to 65mm

Scallop

Approximately 1mm to 2mm

Bow

Enhanced

Handle

Semi Oval

Grip

Rubber grip

Three-grade willow normally contains a minimum of 5 grains and can contain red color, butterfly stains and knots in the wood. This won’t look as smooth as a grade 1 bat, but it doesn’t have an impact on the timing and ping of the bat. The bat is also more affordable but still gives you exceptional output, performance and pleasure. These grades can have small knots and butterfly stains. 

The grade willow won’t have an influence on the ping of the bat. The lower grade of the willow just reduces the overall price of the bat.  The price of this awesome bat is 149$ and upwards. Great value for money. The Vampire king hitter bat comes with thick edges, thick shoulders and thick toes. The willow has a natural finish with a slightly brownish tinge.

ThisEnglish willow cricket bat comes in usually with 5 to 7 grains. It features a perfectly balanced design with contoured edges and a scalloped back design.A big blade suited to both front and back foot play is a key feature of this Bat. The Bat consists of a slide mid-position bow with a big edge profile.A lot of feeling comes from the multi-textured grip.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – A Slightly scalloped PROFILE SHAPE: This bat is created to ensure a lightweight pickup with slight concaving to help control the weight. I would recommend this profile for a player who likes the spine running right through the toe and looking for a light bat with the sweet spot being positioned mid to high. Ideal for players who play on the back foot and enjoy using their wrists to pierce the field. A small amount of scalloping (Wood taken out of the back of the bat) is seen in this cricket bats. The goal is to save weight while still making the sweet spot as wide as possible.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – A Standard BOW: The regular bow is found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – A Medium SPINE HEIGHT: Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – A Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – Big EDGES: Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot. Please be aware that junior bats can still have big edges, but they will be relative to 40mm due to their size.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION: Not too high or too low, the mid sweet spot position is the most popular setup among all cricket bats. This setup gives performance both straight and square of the wicket, while allowing players to be confident with an array of shots. This prime sweet spot position is also famous for what many refer to as a ‘balanced’ pickup.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – Semi-Oval HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

CEAT Buland English Willow CEAT bats – Semi-flat or square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favourite secret recipe.

 

6. CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats

A huge sweet spot combined with an extraordinary balance is a unique feature of this bat. English Willow with Grade 5 English willow. A Round Handle brings a different feel to this bat.

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

 Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

 Face Profile

Duck bill profiling

 Toe Profile

Semi-rounded to Round

 Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

 Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle semi oval

 Grip

Latex rubber

The semi-round going into round handle allows you to move your hands around the bat for different bowlers. Ideal for bottom-hand dominant players.

A Duckbill Bat profile with concave edges. A Scale grip covers the Sarwack handle and assists with control and comfort. Edge thickness of 36 to 40 mm helps with miss-hit shots racing to the boundary as well.

Great value for money and will cost you about 120$ more or less.I would put an extra grip on the bat as the handle feels a bit narrow to me. The pickup is also better with a thicker grip on the handle. This is an awesome bat for the beginner batsmen that want a professional profile bat. I like this bat as it is affordable, will still assist you in the middle with a wand in your hand.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – A duckbill PROFILE SHAPE: A duckbill profile adds thickness to the toe yet aids pickup for a better-balanced bat. This is the bat profile preferred by many international players due to the balance and amount of wood left in the bat in the hitting zone. Perfect for front-foot players and on slow low English wickets. This bat is designed for big hitters and for clearing the ropes effortlessly.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – A Standard BOW: The Cricket Bow is the curve of the cricket bat from the tip of the handle to the end of the toe. The Cricket bow is based on the personal preference of you as a batsman. Some cricket players prefer cricket bats with a larger bow. When seen in profile, you’ll notice that there is a curve from the bottom of the handle through to the toe. This entire curve is referred to as the ‘bow’. The regular bow is found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – A Medium SPINE HEIGHT: What is the spine of a cricket bat? Cricket Bat Spine is found on the back face of the cricket bat. The spine is the line that runs down the center of the cricket bat’s back starting from the handle running down to the toe.  A higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle of the bat.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – A Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat-faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION: Not too high or too low, the mid sweet spot position is the most popular setup among all cricket bats. You would be looking for a mid-sweet spot if you see yourself as a ‘complete’ batter. This means if you enjoy strokes on the front and back foot, you play on all types of wickets and you want the largest area for the sweet spot. This setup gives performance both straight and square of the wicket, while allowing players to be confident with an array of shots. This prime sweet spot position is also famous for what many refer to as a ‘balanced’ pickup.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats- Semi-Oval going into round HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment, slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

CEAT Speed Master English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi flat or square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favourite secret recipe.

 

7. CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats

A huge, sweet spot combined with an extraordinary balance is a unique feature of this bat. A bat more for your tailender batsmen on slower low wickets. The unique Ducbill profile leaves enough wood on the toe of the bat.

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Duckbill profiling

Toe Profile

Semi-rounded to Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle semi oval

Grip

Latex rubber

 

English Willow with Grade 6 English willow.

 A Round Handle brings a different feel to this bat. The round handle allows you to move your hands around the bat for different bowlers. A Scale grip covers the Sarwack handle and assists with control and comfort.

A Duckbill Bat profile with concave edges. Edge thickness of 36 to 40 mm helps with miss-hit shots racing to the boundary as well.

Ideal for bottom-hand dominant players.

Great value for money and will cost you about 110$ more or less.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – A duckbill PROFILE SHAPE: A duckbill profile adds thickness to the toe yet aids pickup for a better-balanced bat. This is the bat profile preferred by many international players due to the balance and amount of wood left in the bat in the hitting zone. Perfect for front-foot players and on slow low English wickets. This bat is designed for big hitters and for clearing the ropes effortlessly.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – A Standard BOW: The Cricket Bow is the curve of the cricket bat from the tip of the handle to the end of the toe. The Cricket bow is based on the personal preference of you as a batsmen. Some cricket players prefer cricket bats with a larger bow. When seen in profile, you’ll notice that there is a curve from the bottom of the handle through to the toe. This entire curve is referred to as the ‘bow’. The regular bow is found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – A Medium SPINE HEIGHT: What is the spine of a cricket bat? Cricket Bat Spine is found on the back face of the cricket bat. The spine is the line that runs down the center of the cricket bat’s back starting from the handle running down to the toe.  A higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot. Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle of the bat.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – A Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat-faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION: Not too high or too low, the mid-sweet spot position is the most popular setup among all cricket bats. You would be looking for a mid-sweet spot if you see yourself as a ‘complete’ batter. This means if you enjoy strokes on the front and back foot, you play on all types of wickets and you want the largest area for the sweet spot. This setup gives performance both straight and square of the wicket, while allowing players to be confident with an array of shots. This prime sweet spot position is also famous for what many refer to as a ‘balanced’ pickup.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi-Oval going into round HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

CEAT Top Gun English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi flat or square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favourite secret recipe.

 

8. CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats

The same features as the Achiever bat butt at a lower price point.

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Semi-rounded to Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle semi oval

Grip

Latex rubber

 A Huge Sweet Spot combined with Extraordinary Balance to the Blade.

* Round Handle.

* Concave Edges.

* Specially designed Scale Grip for the Bat Handle- for Control and Comfort.

* Combination of Sarawak Cane Handle.

* Huge Edge & Super Rebound Quality. 

* Edge Thickness 36-40 mm   

* Available in Senior/Men’s Size SH.     

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – A Scalloped PROFILE SHAPE:In the quest to maximise spine height, gouging willow from either side of the spine allows it to peak without dramatically increasing weight. Scallops also maximise edge profile which reduces rotation of the blade in off-centre hits. A well scalloped bat made from high quality willow is the hallmark of a light cricket bat.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – A Enhanced BOW: A very aggressive style bow made for attacking cricket & striking fear into bowlers. The extra leverage towards the toe can be an excellent tool on lower bouncing wickets.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – High SPINE HEIGHT: A high spine maximizes the hitting power of the centre of the cricket bat.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: These edges are heading close to the magic 40mm mark. Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot. Please be aware that junior bats can still have big edges but they will be relative to 40mm due to their size.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Low SWEET SPOT POSITION: Performs at its best when players hit through the ‘V’ with a straight bat. Often favoured by those who play at the top of the order or find themselves on lower bouncing wickets. Crush a drive with one of these and the bowlers will know they’re in for trouble.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi oval HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment, slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

CEAT Sport Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – A semi-square to square TOE: GM bats have Toe Tek for toe protection. It is fitted with a toe guard.  The main reason for a Semi square toe is it help minimize damage from tapping at the crease and running between the wickets with your bat, as the toe is slightly offset.

9. CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Semi-rounded to Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle semi oval

Grip

Latex rubber

The CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats has been made with a full profile with next to no concaving ensuring a massive Cricket Bat with a huge sweetspot. This would make a top match bat for a serious cricketer. 

The BAS Blaster weighs 2lb 9oz and has a huge profile. BAS are world renowned for their bat making skills. Beautifully and painstakingly crafted to create a bat which will deliver on the pitch. 

With simple beautiful stickers reminding you of the classic quality of the bat. Full profile with no concave profile developed with international cricketers, gives maximum power.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full players style cricket bat is the peak of cricket bat production. This kind of profile is both the most powerful and most forgiving. Such a design is what you will usually see at the international level. A full profile usually means one of two things. Either the bat is constructed from high quality lightweight willow or has an above average weight.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Standard BOW: The regular bow found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats Medium SPINE HEIGHT: Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: These edges are heading close to the magic 40mm mark. Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot. Please be aware that junior bats can still have big edges but they will be relative to 40mm due to their size.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Mid to Low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A hybrid setup that allows some favorability to players who like to hit down the ground but still want the benefits of a mid sweet spot. Rarely find yourself on high bouncing wickets? A synthetic wicket specialist? Or thinking about a tour of the subcontinent? Well this sweet spot setup could really help some of your shots. Blast a drive through the covers and you’ll know what we mean.

CEAT Secura Drive English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi- Oval HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

10. CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats

This bat is specially designed for professional players & also for power hitters’ players.

Middle

Approximately 250 mm from the toe

 Edge Thickness

Approximately  38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Concave profiling and beautifully curved bat profile

Toe Profile

Semi-rounded to Round

Spine Height

Approximately 62mm

Handle

The handle is a 12 piece cane handle semi oval

Grip

Latex rubber

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats is a high-quality grade 2 English Willow Cricket Bat. This bat comes with a toe protector for better durability & moisture control.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats made from hand-selected grade 2 English willow cricket bat ensures the highest quality & performance. The bat willow is naturally processed for a lightweight & perfect grain structure. It has 6-10 straight clear grains.

The weight of the vampire boundary cricket bat is around 1160-1220 g in this weight range player gets maximum side edge, more wood behind the sweet spot & extra power which is helpful in power shots.
This English willow cricket bat comes with 9 pieces full Sarawak cane handle which absorbs the maximum shock which is generated when the ball hit the bat & also delivers superior power & control. The handle of this bat is covered with a scale grip which is comfortable & provides better handling over the bat.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full players style cricket bat is the peak of cricket bat production. This kind of profile is both the most powerful and most forgiving. Such a design is what you will usually see at the international level. A full profile usually means one of two things. Either the bat is constructed from high quality lightweight willow or has an above average weight.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Standard BOW: The regular bow found in the majority of modern cricket bats which gets your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Medium SPINE HEIGHT: Often combined with big edges to create a forgiving bat with an extra wide hitting zone which still rewards striking the blade out of the very middle.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi-Flat FACE: One of the latest trends in cricket bat faces was born from the need to add some durability to the edges of flat faced bats. When prepared correctly semi-flat faces bring the benefits of slightly bigger edges, a wider sweet spot plus ‘point and shoot’ aiming of a flat face bat. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Big EDGES: These edges are heading close to the magic 40mm mark. Big edges make for a forgiving and powerful cricket bat with a wider sweet spot. Please be aware that junior bats can still have big edges but they will be relative to 40mm due to their size.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Mid to Low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A hybrid setup that allows some favourability to players who like to hit down the ground but still want the benefits of a mid sweet spot. Rarely find yourself on high bouncing wickets? A synthetic wicket specialist? Or thinking about a tour of the subcontinent? Well this sweet spot setup could really help some of your shots. Blast a drive through the covers and you’ll know what we mean.

CEAT Striker English Willow- CEAT bats – Semi- Oval HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment, slightly weakens the bottom hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS PLAYING WITH CEAT

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma batting statistics

Conclusion

 

Return policyWarranty and Guarantees

The different Brand suppliers have different return policies. Normally there is no warranty or guarantee on cricket bats. The reason is the nature of the game called Cricket.

Some companies and online suppliers can have their own rules regarding the first week of purchase. The return of the product might be possible if you are not satisfied with the bat or product and the product is still in sellable condition. That will depend on the specific store and supplier.

There can be mishaps with the online shopping experience is great in terms of range, price and delivery.

 I bought an item from your website. But this is not what I want. Can I give it back?

Yes, you can. However, there might be limitations to accepting back-sold goods. The date of delivery and the date of return should not be more than 7 days apart.

 Returned items need to be in an unused state along with all the product tags and labels intact.

  • What do I do? I received a broken/damaged item.

Cricket Equipment suppliers will have their own procedures they would follow.

I would suggest making sure that you check the return policy and procedures before you buy a Cricket Item online.

Disclaimer: This article is only my opinion on the specific bat Brand. I can’t be held responsible for the wrong bats purchased.

References

www.ceat.com, SABC for picture https://bestcricketstore.com/ sedgarssport.co.za www.sportskeeda.com www.sportskeeda.com, Srinjoy Sanral (Article on Dhoni and BAS) bestcricketstore.com and www.cricketershop.com, Facebook for pictures, ESPN Cric info and free Wikipedia encyclopaedia. All Rounder Cricket – Cricket Equipment and Cricket Bats Store, facebook.com for pictures, https://photos.google.com/,https://www.espncricinfo.com, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page, Amazon.com. Online Shopping site in India: Shop Online for Mobiles, Books, Watches, Shoes and More – Amazon.in

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