10 Best DSC Cricket Bats

Here is the list of the best DSC Cricket bats reviewed in 2023. View all the information on every bat that is listed a to make an informed decision when purchasing your Cricket bat. 

DSC bats - Easy Comparison Guide

🏏DSC Cricket Bats✔️Type of Willow🔴Handle type🔥Toe type🏏Sweet Spot☑️Edge👍Weight (Grams)🔎Spine👋Suitable$Price👉Bat size
DSC Krunch ProEnglish Willow (Grade1)Semi-OvalSemi squareMid40mm1,162-1,17058mm-60mm Medium Height 5'9 Age 15 +From $590SH/LB
DSC Krunch 1.0English Willow (Grade1)RoundSemi squareMid38-40mm1,180-123058mm-60mm Medium Height 5'9 Age 15 +From $479SH
DSC Krunch 2.0English Willow (Grade 2 to 3)Semi oval to RoundSemi squareMid to Low36-38mm1,150-1,21056-58mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $339SH
DSC Krunch 3.0English Willow
(Grade 3)
RoundFlat and roundedLow40mm1,190-1,24763-64mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $1 600SH
DSC Krunch 5.0English Willow (Grade3-4)RoundSquare/flatMid-High39-40mm1,150-117062-63mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $720SH
DSC Krunch 7.0English Willow (Grade3)RoundSemi squareMid39-40mm1,140-1,25065mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $800SH
DSC Krunch 9.0English Willow (Grade 5)Semi oval-RoundSemi squareMid38-40mm1140-125064mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $915SH
DSC Intense ProEnglish Willow (Grade1+) OvalSemi flat/SquareMid40-42mm1212-125064-66mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $795SH
DSC Intense 1.0English Willow (Grade1)RoundSemi flat/SquareMid38-40mm1,190-1,21964-65mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $479SH
DSC Intense 2.0English Willow (Grade1)RoundSquare/flatMid to high39-40mm1190-121564mmHeight 5'9 Age 15 +From $295SH

1. DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats

This cricket bat is made from hand selected, First grade English willow and gets individually tested to ensure a peak performance. It's an innovation in bat design that allows a maximum transfer of energy into the ball when playing shots around the ground.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 42mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Rounded Toe

Spine Height

Approximately 64mm 

Scallop

none

Bow

Standard

Handle

Treble spring (9pc), oval handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip

DSC bats are Hand-picked by experienced craftsmen; excellent grade 1 English Willow is used when making the Krunch Pro. With huge edges and an enormous spine height, it has a great amount of willow forming the perfect balanced weapon for clearing the boundary.

The mid to low middle of the bat is perfect for playing power shots even when not middling the ball perfectly. Together with the perfect balance of the bat, the oval handle sorts for maximum comfort while being out in the middle.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC  bats (KRUNCH): The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- A Standard BOW OF DSC  bats (KRUNCH): The regular bow found in the majority of modern cricket bats which allows you to get your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- A Medium SPINE HEIGHT OF DSC  bats (KRUNCH): 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.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE OF DSC bats (KRUNCH): 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION OF DSC bats (KRUNCH): 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.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- Oval HANDLE TYPE OF DSC  bats (KRUNCH): This shape aids alignment, slightly strengthens the Top hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand. It provides the maximum shock absorption and strength while hitting the ball.

 DSC Krunch Pro- DSC bats- A Rounded TOE OF DSC bats (KRUNCH):  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. The main reason for a Rounded toe is its help with minimizing damage from tapping at the crease and running between the wickets with your bat, as the toe is slightly offset.

2. DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats

A top-quality bat with the same characteristics as the player’s bats. Still +1 English Willow. It just doesn’t have the extras of a player-edition bat. Remember the bat blade is curved to give a powerful performance with an extended sweet pot as the toe is on the thicker side.

 

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

These DSC bats are made from top quality, First grade, Natural English willow. Handcrafted, the bats has a curved blade for power as well as a mid to low profile which provides a light pickup and a generous hitting area.

  • Made from top quality grade pro natural English willow
  • Exquisitely handcrafted by our master craftsman
  • Curved Blade for powerful performance
  • Traditionally shaped and massive edges at drive zone
  • Mid to Low profile bat, exquisite pick up
  • Treble spring (9pc) handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area.

The rounded handle provides a great level of comfort and control, favouring the slower and steadier type of batsman

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats – A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats: 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.

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats: 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.

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats : 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivet the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

DSC SPLIT Pro English Willow DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0):  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

Their is a huge variety of vats in the Split range:

3. Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats

PRO-GRADE ENGLISH WILLOW CRICKET BAT

With massive edges and exquisite balance, this Condor flite cricket bat inspires confidence from the moment you pick it up.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

 

  • Weight: 1160 -1200 gm (Mens)
  • Handle: Short Handle
  • Made from top quality grade pro natural English willow
  • Exquisitely handcrafted by our master craftsman
  • Curved Blade for powerful performance
  • Traditionally shaped and massive edges at drive zone
  • Mid to Low profile bat, exquisite pick up
  • Treble spring (6pc) handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area
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The rounded handle provides a great level of comfort and control, favouring the slower and steadier type of batsman

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats – A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats: 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.

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats: 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.

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats: 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

Condor Flite English Willow DSC 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivot the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

Condor Flite English Willow DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats :  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

4. Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats

The Intense pro bat is everything you'd look for in DSC. A mid-profile bade ensures the batsmen to play all style shots, whether that's front foot or back. With the Sustained sweet spot across the blade, this top quality cricket bat offers fantastic value for shots all around the ground with the exquisite pick up.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

Hex grip
  • Weight: 1160 -1200 gm (Mens)
  • Handle: Short Handle
  • Made from top quality pro grade willow
  • Exquisitely hand crafted by our master craftsman
  • Curved Blade for powerful performance
  • Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area
  • Treble spring (9pc) handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Pronounced bow for unparalleled stroke play
  • Conforms to MCC law 5 for maximum approved bat size
  • Designed for the powerful and dominating strokes.

You might also like Keeley bats.

 Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats: 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.

 Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats: 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.

 Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats: 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

 Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION of DSC bats : 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

 Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivot the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

Intense Pro English Willow DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats:  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

5. Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats

Designed with the T20 generation in mind, the Xlite L.E. bat is loud and aggressive. With a low middle and traditional shaping, this cricket batis built for the batsman who loves to drive.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

Hex grip
  • Weight: 1160 -1200 gm (Mens)
  • Handle: Short Handle
  • Made from top quality grade 3 natural english willow
  • Hand crafted by master craftsman
  • Traditionally shaped and styled for maximum stability
  • Treble spring handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Maximum Hitting area
  • Low blade profile for front foot players

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats: 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.

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats: 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.

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats: 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION of DSC bats : 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivot the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

Xlite L.E. English Willow DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats:  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

  • Weight: 1160 -1200 gm (Mens)
  • Handle: Short Handle
  • Made from top quality pro-grade willow
  • Exquisitely handcrafted by our master craftsman
  • Curved Blade for powerful performance
  • Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area
  • Treble spring (9pc) handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Pronounced bow for unparalleled stroke play
  • Conforms to MCC Law 5 for maximum approved bat size
  • Designed for the powerful and dominating strokes.

You might also like Staples bats.

6. BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats

The pro bat is enhanced with DSC'S ENERGY PROFILE. An innovation in bat design that allows the maximum transfer of energy to the ball upon impact.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats: 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.

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats: 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.

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats: 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats:  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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivet the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

BLAK Pro English Willow DSC bats:  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest to add a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

7. BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

  • Weight: 1160 -1200 gm (Mens)
  • Handle: Short Handle
  • Made from top quality pro-grade willow
  • Exquisitely handcrafted by our master craftsman
  • Curved Blade for powerful performance
  • Extended Power Zone for monstrous hitting area
  • Treble spring (9pc) handle for maximum shock absorption and strength
  • Pronounced bow for unparalleled stroke play
  • Conforms to MCC Law 5 for maximum approved bat size
  • Designed for the powerful and dominating strokes

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats: 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.

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats: 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.

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats : 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

BLU Pro English Willow DSC 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats: This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivot the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

BLU Pro English Willow DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats :  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest adding a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

 

 

 

8. DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats

The Krunch 1.0 bat is perfect for those who look to be different. With embossed stickers as well as pimple-textured detailing it is sure to stand out from the rest. This mid bladed and perfect balanced bat lets you express yourself with shots all around the ground, while being in control. 

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40mm to 43mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Rounded, Treble spring (6pc) handle

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

These DSC bats are made from top quality, First grade, Natural English willow. Handcrafted, the bats has a curved blade for power as well as a mid to low profile which provides a light pickup and a generous hitting area.

The rounded handle provides a great level of comfort and control, favouring the slower and steadier type of batsman

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A Full PROFILE SHAPE of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A Standard BOW of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): 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.

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- Medium SPINE HEIGHT of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): 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.

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A Semi-Flat FACE of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): 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. A balanced pickup means that there’s almost no weight on the batsman’s hands when hitting the ball. A lighter pickup allows for faster hand speed through the strike of the ball. An unbalanced bat will put strain on the batsman forearms creating discomfort when playing a longer, high paced innings. 

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A Rounded HANDLE TYPE of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0): This shape aids control and comfortability in the hands of the batsman which allows him/her to execute their shots with perfection. A rounded handle allows the batsman to pivet the bat for a wider variety of shots, especially when trying to find the gap between fielders.

 DSC Krunch 1.0- DSC bats- A semi-square TOE of DSC bats (KRUNCH 1.0):  This bat is not fitted with a toe guard. I would suggest to add a toe guard to this bat as it would protect the bat against excessive moisture. 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. Meaning that the toe is square with slightly rounded edges. This prevents the toe from digging into the pitch when running to your crease.

9. DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats

The DSC Krunch 2.0 is made from a grade 2 English willow, yet it performs like one of the best. With thick edges and a huge spine it's perfect for the shot-playing batsman. With it's perfect balancing it hides the amount of willow on the bat and ensures comfort in the batsman's hands.

MiddleApproximately 180mm to 225 mm from the toe
Edge ThicknessApproximately 43 mm
Edge ProfileRounded
Face ProfileSemi Flat
Toe ProfileSemi Square
Spine Height60mm-62mm
ScallopNone
BowMedium Bow
HandleTreble spring (6pc), Round handle
Grip3 Tone Aqua grip  (May vary)

The bat consists out of a longer blade and a shorter handle. The Bat has a full profile with 43mm edges and 1160g to 1200g in weight. Ideally suited to the hard hitting type of player, very well balanced and light pick up for the mid to low profile. The Pick up is at least an ounce lighter than the dead weight.

The ping (What is ping in a cricket bat? Ping describes the rebound after impact on the face of a cricket bat. A bat with good ping will offer greater control and power when hitting a cricket ball. I determine the qualities of a bat’s ping with a cricket bat mallet.) will help you execute the shots that you dream about.

The Bat has a huge, sweet spot with extraordinary balance. This bat is made from grade 2 English Willow.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats- A Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats- A Medium BOW: This is a combination of the traditional and large bow which is the most common when making a cricket bat. Indian sub-continental shapes are typically seen with a more pronounced bow enabling the sweet spot to be lower on the blade as well. Ideal to bat with this bat on slow low pitches. This is a 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.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats- Mid to more low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A 2-in-one setup that allows favorability to players who like to hit down the ground, but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats- Round HANDLE TYPE: The handle is made with Treble spring (6pc) for the maximum shock absorption and for providing strength when playing big shots all around the ground.

DSC Krunch 2.0- DSC bats- A semi square to square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favourite secret recipe.

10. DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats

Made from a lower grade 3 English Willow, the krunch 3.0 still provides a  solid performance for score-chasing batsmen. The bat has thick edges and a high spine which ensures a lot of willow behind every shot. With both embossed stickers as well as pimple-textured details, the bat stands out from the plain old looks of a bat and makes your shots look even more stylish.

Middle

Approximately 215 mm to 235 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 43 mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Slightly rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 65 mm

Scallop

None

Bow

Standart Bow

Handle

 Rounded 

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip

Although the grade of the willow is not as good as the DSC Krunch Pro , the bat still has an elegance to it.

The bat’s weight is slightly less than the top-of-the-range bats, which can benefit players who prefer a lighter bat. The bat has a traditional shape with thick edges at the drive zone.

The embossed chrome sticker gives the bat a great finish. The bat has a pronounced bow which partners with the weight of the bat to allow for powerfull and dominating play.

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats- Full PROFILE SHAPE:The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC 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 in your hands.

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats- Extended 65mm SPINE HEIGHT: 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 and running down to the toe. Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot which provides more power with every shot.

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats- A flat FACE: Round is the traditional shape that until 15 years ago was all there was. You get more deflection for off-centred shots, which a touch player can exploit for late shots backward of the square. Round faces put less stress on the shoulders and handle because that energy is deflected rather than twisting the blade. All that puts stress around the splice joint, so the flatter the face the more twist is generated the harder you hit and closer to the edge. It is the same reason a flatter face is more forgiving and more energy remains in the shot for off-centre shots making the middle feel wider. The big edge was a by-product of the flatter face. The new MCC law allows for a maximum of 5 mm camber. This is probably a good compromise

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats- A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION:A 2-in-one setup that allows favourability to players who like to hit down the ground, but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot.

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats- Rounded HANDLE TYPE: The handle is made with Treble spring for the maximum shock absorption and for providing strength when playing big shots all around the ground. The round handle also gives the batsman a great level of comfort when batting.

DSC Krunch 3.0- DSC bats-Slightly round TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard, or your favourite secret recipe.

11. DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC bats

At the peak of value for money, the Krunch 5.0 is a hidden gem. With edges of 43mm and a spine peaking at 66mm, it is a huge bat with the light weight of only 1051g to 1120g. Despite being made from a grade 3 English willow, the Krunch 5.0 is still more than able to do loads of damage.

Middle

Approximately 170 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 43 mm

Edge Profile

Rounded edges

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Slightly rounded toe

Spine Height

Approximately 66 mm 

Scallop

None

Bow

Standard , Equal Bow

Handle

Semi-Oval

Grip

Slightly pimpled grip

With the bat’s pick up the same weight as the bat, an extra grip would do the trick in enhancing the pick-up and balancing the bat a bit more.

Despite not having a toe guard, the thick toe and thick edges complete the full profile of the bat. The bat has a Semi-Oval shaped handle that tapers into a Round handle at the top, which gives the batsman the precision of the oval handle as well as the comfort of a rounded handle . This, together with the pimpled grip, enables the batsman to have full control of his bat. 

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC bats- Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat. 

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC bats- 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.

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 5.0 DSC bats- Natural TOE: The slightly rounded toe protects the bat against any damage while hitting the bat on the crease or while running between the wickets. It prevents the edge of the toe from splitting or cracking, which then could lead to more cracking all over the bat.

12. DSC Krunch 7.0- DSC bats

a Mid to low profile, together with 40mm edge makes the Krunch 7.0 a hard hitting bat. It's made from a grade 3 English willow, handcrafted into a full profile bat without any scallopping.

Middle

Approximately 195 mm to 215 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Rounded

Toe Profile

Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 63 mm

Scallop

None

Bow

Slight Bow

Handle

Medium sized, Semi-Oval

Grip

Textured grip

Embossed stickers, unique orange and white colors and slightly pimple-textured detail, gives the bat a classy edge.

Handcrafted from top quality grade 3 English willow, the Krunch 7.0 has a full bat profile with a low blade profile. This is perfect for players who love hitting off of the front foot as it provides a maximum hitting area.

a Toe guard does come with the bat and protects it against drying out, and from damage when sliding the bat into the crease while running between the wickets.

The bat has a Semi-Oval handle which provides control and comfort while in the batsman’s hands. a Counter balance at the end of the handle makes the pick up of the bat perfectly balanced which adds to the comfort and control of the bat when playing all sorts of shots.

13. DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC bats

This bat has a great feel, it has the same characteristics as the more expensive bat options. The only difference is that a lower Grade 5 English willow is being used.

Middle

Approximately 150mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm 

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi flat

Toe Profile

Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 65 mm to 66 mm

Scallop

None

Bow

Standart Bow

Handle

Semi Oval 

Grip

Triangular grip

Despite being made from a grade 5 English willow, the bat has a lot of willow and yet still has a light pick up with a weight of 1160g to 1200g.

Although the Krunch 9.0 doesn’t have as much grains as the higher priced bats, it still has amazing ping off of the face. With being handcrafted, the bat is perfectly balanced and allows for big shots all around the ground. The bat 

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC bats- Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC bats- A Standard BOW: The regular bow found in the majority of modern cricket bats which allows you to get your hands slightly ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC 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. A slight curve also allows batsman to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC 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.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC bats- Semi- Oval HANDLE TYPE: A happy medium that brings the benefits of both oval & round handles. This shape aids alignment, slightly strengthens the Top hand for more controlled stroke play and still allows for creative use of the bottom hand.

DSC Krunch 9.0- DSC bats- A Rounded TOE: The rounded toe protects the bat against any damage while hitting the bat on the crease or while running between the wickets. It prevents the edge of the toe from splitting or cracking, which then could lead to more cracking all over the bat.

14. DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats

The Intense 1.0 is made from Grade 1 English willow and it's performance definitely shows it. With a curved blade and pronounced bow, it has more than enough power so suit any style of play. 

Middle

Approximately 150mmto 210 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi-Flat

Toe Profile

Slightly Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 66 mm

Scallop

No Scalloping

Bow

Pronounced Bow

Handle

Oval

Grip

Stippled grip

Being the second highest placed in the series, the Intense 1.0 is made from excellent Grade 1 English willow.

It’s  Oval handle gives batsmen the ability to be precise with their shot and control the bat exactly how they want to. With its full profile, the bat still has a lot of willow behind the face. This, together with the pronounced bow, makes stroke play very powerful and rewards the batsman who loves to attack the bowlers.

The bat has a rounded toe that protects it against any damage while taking guard or even sliding the bat into the crease while running between the wickets. With an incredible pick up, this bat might just have everything you need to score loads of runs. 

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- Little to no wood was taken out. Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- Pronounced BOW: With a more pronounced bow than the standard bow, it gets your hands more ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play and control of the ball. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands which helps when playing big, explosive shots.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- Extended 66mm SPINE HEIGHT: 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 and running down to the toe. Higher spine or a thicker swell depth represents more willow mass behind the sweet spot.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC 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.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- A Mid to low SWEET SPOT POSITION: A 2-in-one setup that allows favorability to players who like to hit down the ground, but still want the benefits of a mid-sweet spot.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- Oval HANDLE TYPE: The handle is made with Treble spring for the maximum shock absorption and for providing strength when playing big shots all around the ground. The round handle also gives the batsman a great level of comfort when batting.

 DSC Intense 1.0- DSC bats- Slightly round TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard, or your favorite secret recipe. Being slightly rounded it provides a certain amount of prevention of damage to the bat.

15. DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats

The Intense 2.0 is a very clean bat with round about 8 grains and a very full profile. A fresh cleft makes increases the moisture in the bat which increases the weight of the bat a bit. It will dry out and lead to a slightly lighter bat with monstrous dimensions,

Middle

A Mid Sweet Spot

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm

Edge Profile

Slightly rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Standard (Rounded)

Spine Height

Approximately 64 mm to 68 mm

Scallop

None

Bow

Pronounced Bow

Handle

Oval

Grip

Stippled Grip

Made from top Grade 1 English Willow, The Intense 2.0 is handcrafted and shaped into a monster with a pronounced bow which provides control of every shot and a curved blade to provide the power for clearing the fence.

The thick edges and thick toe form a thick profile bat that has a lot of willow in the batsman’s hands. This is a slightly heavier bat because of the fresh cleft that ensures moisture in the bat, however this does dry out and make the bat a little bit lighter and easier to swing around.

The bat is made with an Oval handle that allows the batsman to successfully control the weight of the bat and still be able to middle the ball. The looks of the bat, together with its amazing ping and pick up, will make any batsman confidant when walking to the crease.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats: Full PROFILE SHAPE: The full player’s style cricket bat is the most common of bats in 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 weigh with minimum concaving and scalloping at the back of the bat.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats; Pronounced BOW: With a more pronounced bow than the standard bow, it gets your hands more ahead of the ball for ease of stroke play and control of the ball. It also helps the cricket bat feel more aggressive in your hands which helps when playing big, explosive shots.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC 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.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC 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.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats- 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.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats- Oval HANDLE TYPE: The handle is made with Treble spring for the maximum shock absorption and for providing strength when playing big shots all around the ground. The round handle also gives the batsman a great level of comfort when batting.

DSC Intense 2.0- DSC bats- Natural Rounded TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favourite secret recipe.

Dsc has a huge range of bat families. This is a great advantage. This ensures that anyone will be able to get their hands on a DSC bat. Each family have also variations to meet every cricketer’s batting needs.

Who makes DSC cricket bats?

Delux Sports Company (DSC) is one of the leading bat manufacturing companies in India and in the world.

It’s a private company.

Satish Verma is the CEO of DSC Limited.

Is DSC a good cricket brand?

DSC is a well-known name in the sports goods industry especially cricket in India. A History that is going back to the 1970s. Their focus has been to develop products & technologies that help athletes achieve their peak performance.

 

The DSC master bat makers only choose the premium clefts of English willow to manufacture the best for serious cricketers. The highest quality Kashmir willow is selected for recreational purposes and just the fun of the game. The willow also gets dried first and then graded. All bats are handmade and Singapore Cane is used in making the bat handles.

 

The DSC Brand has attracted quality cricketers all over the world. David Warner (Aus.), Usman Khawaja (Aus), Alex Hales (Eng.), Danni Wyatt (Eng.), Rory Burns (Eng.), Ashleigh Gardner, Sune Luus  (RSA) and David Miller (RSA).

 

Fearless is their Motto – David Miller and David Warner give meaning to fearlessness with the way they bat.

FAQs

It is a bat that gives you power and style without any effort.  I believe the DSC range will take you to the next step in your game. Quality wood and quality craftsmanship makes for a higher quality bat. The number of grains is most important without any blemishes. Low quality bat’s face would be covered with a laminate an the back would be sprayed white. If you can’t see the wood,  it’s not a quality bat.

The “DSC” stamp on the face of a cricket bat is the branded logo of DELUX SPORT COMPANY (DSC) .Their tagline “FEARLESS” captures the spirit of high performing athletes, who are always ready to give it their all when facing new challenges in this highly competitive world.

All of the DSC bats are handcrafted from top grade English Willow and ensures a great performance. The best DSC bat is the one suited for your style of batting. Are you a big hitter or a sneaky runner ?

DSC ( Delux Sports Company ) is one of the largest sports equipment manufacturers in India.

From developing quality bats for many other top brands, DSC learnt what it takes to make a good bat and started to handcraft their own. 

As a family of master bat makers along with a skilled team of local artisans, They produce arguably the best cricket equipment on the planet, and is known as DSC.

From helmets, gloves, to even their shoes and their bats, everything is exceptional quality and trusted by many professional stars. 

The most expensive product is DSC Xlite L.E. English Willow Bat (SH, 1200 g). Contrary to this, the lowest priced bat is the DSC EW Split 33-Cricket Bat  (SH, 1200 g).

You can expect long innings of confidant ball hitting with DSC Cricket Bats. With it’s good shock absorption and curved edges, massive spine and mid-to-low swell position. Most of the bats are evenly balanced with clean willow (Having no blemishes). These bats have normally a spine height of 64-65mm thick, 40mm edges, and weigh approximately 2lb 9oz. It might vary from bat to bat. The wood of DSC Cricket bats is carefully picked out and the blades are graded according to grain, colouring and any small blemishes. From Grade 1, which is the very best, blemish-free wood, to Grade 4, which will play just as well but will have more blemishes.  The premium bat blades are the whitest with the closest grain.  “Blemishes” on the face of a bat will be variations in colour, inconsistencies of grain, and “specks” – tiny grains of grit taken up into the tree from the soil.  Tiny, “living” knots are confined to the edge of the blade, and larger, “dead” knots are cut out and filled and will only appear on the reverse of a blade. These bats with filled in  “dead” knots are of lower  quality but still great value for money. Ideal for beginners with a limited budget.

I will discuss below a view of international batsmen that are currently playing with the DSC Brand Cricket range.

INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS PLAYING WITH TON

DSC David Warner Players Cricket Bat

The blade is carved out of hand selected Super Grade A English Willow. The high performance of this bat justifies the high price that it is sold for. It's perfectly straight grains and light weight makes this Willow extraordinary. 

DAVID WARNER

David Andrew Warner (born on the 27th of October 1986) is an Australian international cricketer and a former captain of the Australian national team in limited overs format and a former Test vice-captain.

A left-handed opening batsman with a unique and controling way of play, Warner is the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket. He is considered as one of the best batters of the current era. He plays for New South Wales and played for the Sydney Thunder in domestic cricket. 

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David Warner Batting Stats

Middle

Approximately 215 mm to 235 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 38.5 mm 

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi flat

Toe Profile

Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 59 mm

Scallop

No scalloping

Bow

Substantial Bow

Handle

Oval to Round

Grip

“W” textured grip

 An Oval to rounded handle allows the bottom hand to come into play while still having the control of the oval handle at the bottom.

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 and this can then be found at the top of the handle. Concave edges support the carved blade.

Without concaving the bat has a lot of willow behind every shot that is played. Despite having a lot of willow, it’s balance is perfect. This ensures an easy pick-up of the bat. The ease of ‘pick-up’ of a bat while batting is more important than its absolute weight, and depends on both the bat size and how the weight is distributed around the blade. Different batsmen prefer different ‘pick-ups. It is important to get the feel of several, bats before making a choice.

The textured grip for the Bat Handle assists with control and comfort. The textured grip allows for maximum control when handling the bat and allows the batsman to play his/her shots without having to worry about the bat turning or even sliding out of their hands.

DSC David Miller Player Bat

From looks to performance, this bat screams perfection. 

DAVID MILLER

David Andrew Miller (born on the 10th of June, 1989)is a professional cricketer who plays for the Proteas. He currently plays for KwaZulu-Natal and the South African national team in Limited overs cricket. He is an aggressive left-handed batsman who plays a crucial part in the middle order of the South African team.

He plays domestic cricket for the Dolphins and is the former captain of Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League. He plays for the South Africa national cricket team in both One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 Internationals. In September 2018, Miller announced that he would no longer be available to play first-class cricket.

David still plays T20 franchise cricket around the world and is a top selling player every season. He is known for his aggressive style of batting and the huge shots that he expresses himself with out on the pitch. 

David Miller Batting Stats

Middle

Approximately 170 mm to 200 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately  40 mm

Edge Profile

Curved

Face Profile

Semi flat

Toe Profile

Semi Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 64 mm

Scallop

No scalloping

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Semi-Oval

Grip

Stipple effect grip

The bats have a clean front face with 8 – 11 dark and even grains showing the quality of the willow used to make them.

The main features of this bat are mentioned below! DSC David Miller Player Edition is a full-profile cricket bat with a slight duckbill toe having large and bulky edges.

The edges are 40mm thick, enhancing the bat’s hitting ability. The bats have a spine height of 64mm, allowing a wider sweet spot to hit massive shots consistently. The ping is exceptionally consistent and solid, as you can expect from a handcrafted DSC bat with such measurements.

The DSC bats comes with a Semi oval handle with a single grip on top of them. There aren’t many original player bats that come with an oval handle. So, if you want a premium quality bat with an oval handle, DSC David Miller might be the best choice.

The weight of the bat is equally distributed throughout the entire bat. The David Miller Player Edition has a very light pickup because of its balance and weight distribution, which allows for an excellent bat swing and comfort while batting for a longer time period.

Conclusion

In my opinion the DSC range is an excellent range of bats and equipment. The huge edges and clear wide blade of their bats ensure hard hitting. The oval to round handles promises control and comfort when handling the bat which is a huge benefit in T20 matches where every type of shot gets played. The selection of top grade English willow ensure quality willow for the bat range. DSC’s bat ranges are expensive if you compare them to other ranges, but it rewards you with quality results every time. There’s a DSC bat for every type of batsman, picking the one that suites your style will obviously benefit you.  

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

 

 

DSC – Cricket Equipment Manufacturer in India @ DSC-Cricket.com, Cricket Gear & Equipment – Bats, Gloves, Pads – Greg Chappell Cricket Centrewww.sportskeeda.com www.sportskeeda.com, 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, free Wikipedia Encyclopaedia, Espn Cricket Info and Facebook for pictures. https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket-news

 

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