Kingsbury Bats

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

Kingsbury bats - Easy Comparison Guide

1. Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats

Handcrafted using Grade 1 performance English Willow with 10 to 18
straight grain lines. 

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 38mm to 40mm

Edge Profile

Flat

Face Profile

Flat

Toe Profile

 Square flat

Spine Height

Approximately 58 mm to 60 mm Medium

Scallop

0.5mm to 1mm

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Semi oval

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats are handpicked by Kingsbury’s bat makers. The bat crafted from an exclusive source that supplies to international players¬†worldwide. This is an unique opportunity to use what the elite players are using.

This will not just be based on the beautiful grains, it will be dependent on the quality of the willow, weight and pick up as a lot of International players use bats with heartwood on the edges and few blemishes as well. Often the ball fly off these spots even more.

These will be in limited numbers as they are very scarce. These have the ultimate pick up and extended sweet spot that would suit an all-round type of play.

These are priceless as they are never found on the shelves anywhere. 

Custom orders are also considered for $75 on top of the retail price.

  • Carefully selected from Premium players grade willow
  • Arguably the best looking willow, Ultimate quality and Craftmanship
  • Proto Type of Brand ambassador bat
  • High quality 3D embossed stickers and Laser engraved
  • New premium padded bat cover

Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats – A Scalloped PROFILE SHAPE: In a way to maximize spine height, taking out willow from either side of the spine allows the spine to peak, without dramatically increasing unnessacary weight to the bat. Scallops also maximize edge profile, reducing blade rotation in off-center hits. A well-scalloped bat made from high-quality willow is the hallmark of this cricket bat.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats – A slight 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.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury 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.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats – A flatter FACE: Enhance the sweet spot on the blade and off-center strokes can also be timed to the boundary.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury 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.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury 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.

Knight Emperor Kingsbury bats РA Flat TOE:  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. Traditionally, cricket bats have had varying degrees of round toes throughout the years; however, the recent trend is the square toe.

Traditionally, cricket bats have had varying degrees of round toes throughout the years. The recent trend is the square toe especially by the international Cricket players bats.

In my opinion. Square toes are entirely about the look and is aesthetic in my opinion. They look cool, and it’s what the guys on TV use, but they add no functional benefits to the way the bat hits the ball.¬† When choosing a toe shape, there are some things players should be aware of:¬†

1. Square toes add unnecessary weight to the bottom of the bat. The challenge, as always, is to make the bat pick up well whilst keeping it big. Keeping unnecessary English willow at the bottom of the bat makes this a bit tougher.

2. Sharper corners are more prone to damage. More surface area can be hit at the weakest point of the bat. Often when the toe can get the most damage is when you knick it right on the corner of the bat or jam down on a yorker.

3. The entire toe sits on the ground. What difference could this possibly make? If you are going from a round toe to a square toe, it can feel a bit different dependent on your stance and setup. Not a biggy, just something to be aware of that’s all.

This is my assessment! Square toes are here to stay.

Is square toes the best? That you need to decide.

2. Emperor Kingsbury bats.

Carefully selected from premium quality English Willow. Optimum Balance with thick edges and shoulder.

Crafted from the finest Grade 1 English willow and shape is designed to suit players who play both of the front foot and back foot.

Available in Standard Adult sizes, Harrow, Size 6 and Size 5.

Emperor Kingsbury bats are carefully selected from premium players grade willow. Arguably the best-looking willow, Ultimate quality and Craftmanship.

A Best seller in the Kingsbury range. High quality 3D embossed stickers.

The Emperor Kingsbury bats come with New premium padded bat cover.

The Emperor Kingsbury bats have Amazing Ping or rebound of the mid-sweet spot blade.

The Emperor Kingsbury bats are designed for comfort & light pick-up.

Middle

Approximately 210mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 38mm to 40mm

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

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip (May vary)

Emperor Kingsbury bats are made with the finest Grade 1+ English willow. The face of the bat is immaculate and spotless, showing the absolute quality of the willow used to make them.

The bats have 11 to 14 straight and equidistant grains in them. The bat’s edges are 40mm thick, with a spine height varying from 65mm to 67mm, showing the presence of a vast amount of concentrated willow in them. This allows the batsman to play powerful shots easily and consistently. The bats have thick shoulders and a round toe, providing optimum balance while playing.¬†

The bats weigh around 2.8 to 2.10 lbs but feel much lighter in the pickup. The bats are semi-oval handles with an off-counter balancing knob at the handle’s top. The balancing knob in the bat’s handles contributes to even weight distribution throughout the entire bat, making it easier to swing the bat at an incredible pace.

The best thing about Emperor Kingsbury bats is their consistency. 

 Emperor Kingsbury bats have a mid-to-low sweet spot backed with a massive amount of concentrated willow. You can play powerful lofted shots and drives with a flawless bat motion and cover huge boundaries effortlessly.

The ping is exceptionally consistent throughout the entire bat.

Round toe

Emperor Kingsbury bats. РA slightly scalloped PROFILE SHAPE: A small amount of scalloping is seen in this cricket bat. The goal is to save weight while still making the sweet spot as wide and large as possible. A lot of high quality bats can contain a small amount of scalloping in order to reduce their weight.

Emperor Kingsbury bats. РA 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.

Emperor Kingsbury bats. РMedium 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.

Emperor Kingsbury bats. РA 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.

Emperor Kingsbury 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.

Emperor Kingsbury bats. РSemi- 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.

Emperor Kingsbury bats. – A Round TOE:

It makes the bat slightly lighter and minimises damage of the bat against yokers and bat tapping.

The curved-bottom bats became popular after M.S. Dhoni was found using them in IPL. In an news article, Dhoni mentioned it was to keep his bat safe from the fast Yorkers that directly hit the bottom of the bat which could result in its grain-cracking.

 

3. Sovereign Kingsbury bats

This is Kingsbury’s favorite range as it is crafted from the finest reserve Grade 1++ English Willow! The players profile with minimal to zero concaving  allows optimum balance and extended sweet spot.

Middle

Approximately 180mm to 225 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 36 mm to 38mm

Edge Profile

Rounded

Face Profile

Semi Flat

Toe Profile

Semi Square

Spine Height

60mm-62mm

Scallop

Approximately 1mm to 2mm

Bow

Approximately 10mm to 14 mm

Handle

Semi-Oval into round

Grip

3 Tone Aqua grip  (May vary)

The weight for the Sovereign Kingsbury bats1 is between 2lbs8oz and 2lbs12oz.

The distribution on the Sovereign Kingsbury bats is incredible, making the bat feel even extra light for maximum bat speed and mobility when playing all kinds of strokes.

The sweet spot on the Sovereign Kingsbury bats is in the mid position, but this bat has immense power in even the toes and shoulders, still benefitting even the slightest miss-hit.

You might also be interested to look at GM  bats review as well.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats РA Duckbill PROFILE SHAPE: This profile adds thickness to the toe and assists with the pickup of the bat. This ensures that the bat is well balanced. Many international and professional players prefer this batting profile due to the correct balance of wood left in the hitting zone of the bat. Perfect for dominant front foot players and when you play on slow low pitches. You will be able to hit big shots clearing the boundary with this bat.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats- A Slight 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.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats РMedium 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.

Sovereign Kingsbury 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 batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats РMid 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.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats РSemi-oval HANDLE TYPE: The handle has 3 rubber inserts that assist with shock absorption and comfort. 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.

Sovereign Kingsbury bats -A semi- square to square TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favorite secret recipe.

4. Antique Kingsbury bats

Carefully selected from premium quality English Willow. Optimum
Balance with thick edges and shoulder. Available in short handle sizes
Harrow / 6 / 5.

Middle

Approximately 215 mm to 235 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Flat

Toe ProfileRounded

Spine Height

Approximately 67 mm

Scallop

No Scalloping

Bow

Dramatic Bow

Handle

Rounded 

Grip

Textured grip

 The Antique Kingsbury bats are a very clean bat with up to 9 parallel grains and no blemishes.

Crafted from the finest Grade 1++ English  Players Willow. The Antique will provide some innovative shapes and profiles and will not always abide by the rules. 

If you are after some extra muscles in the willow, this would be your pick as some bats will not fit through the ICC gauge. 

This is set to be our best seller this season! 

Decorated with large, embossed stickers, which covers up almost half of the face of the bat, this Antique Kingsbury bats certainly looks the part.

With 40mm edges and a 67 mm spine, the Antique Kingsbury bats ensures a lot of willow in your hands.

However this is all well balanced into a Antique Kingsbury bats with a nice and easy pickup. This Antique Kingsbury bats has a rounded handle with medium thickness, which is perfect for the bottom handed batsman or for playing strokes using your wrists.

The handle then being covered with a textured grip for optimal control of the bat in your hands.

 Antique Kingsbury 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.

 Antique Kingsbury bats РHuge 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.

¬†Antique Kingsbury bats – Extended 64 to 68mm 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.

 Antique Kingsbury bats РA flat FACE: Round is the traditional shape that until 15 years ago was all there was. You get more deflection for off-centered 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.

 Antique Kingsbury bats -A Mid SWEET SPOT POSITION:

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

 Antique Kingsbury bats Flat- TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard, or your favorite secret recipe.

5. Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats

Value for money with the best Grade 2 air-dried English willow that is accustomed to English willow cricket bats. Designed as per Specification of World Top Players bats with a lower grade English willow that make the price a bit more affordable. 

Middle

Approximately 195 mm to 215 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 39 mm to 40 mm

Edge Profile

Concaved edges

Face Profile

Flat

Toe Profile

Square and flat toe

Spine Height

Approximately 63 mm to 64 mm

Scallop

Almost none wood taken out.

Bow

Standard Bow

Handle

Oval

Grip

Triangular grip

This model is a special edition designed and shaped by the Australian legend and one of the greatest Finisher of all time in ODI cricket, Michael Bevan! 

The Finisher-Performance will be made from the finest Kingsbury reserved Grade 2 English willow.

This Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats is designed for playing a wide range of shots and suits the attacking batsman.

Minimum concaving has been done with a traditional style spine which gives optimum balance with thick edges and shoulder.

It makes for a light pick up and good balance while handling the Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats

The price might be high for the average cricket player, while still getting the best from the willow in your hands.

 Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats РSlightly Scalloped PROFILE SHAPE: A small amount of scalloping is seen in a very large amount of cricket bats. The goal is to save weight while still making the sweet spot as wide as possible. Even very high-quality bats can contain a small amount of scalloping in order to reduce their weight.

 Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats РStandard 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.

 Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats РMedium 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.

¬†Finisher Performance Kingsbury 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 batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

¬†Finisher Performance Kingsbury 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.

 Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats РSemi- 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.

 Finisher Performance Kingsbury bats РNatural TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favorite secret recipe.

6.Crown Kingsbury bats

Carefully selected from premium quality English Willow. Optimum
Balance with thick edges and shoulder. Available in short handle sizes
Harrow / 6 / 5

Middle

Approximately 195 mm to 215 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 39 mm

Edge Profile

Semi Rounded

Face Profile

Rounded

Toe Profile

Flat

Spine Height

Approximately 63 mm

Scallop

Approximately 0 mm to 1 mm

Bow

Medium Bow

Handle

Semi-Oval

Grip

Triangular grip

The stickers are also embossed Chrome stickers just as the other ranges. Curved big edges that range between 38 to 42 mm assists with miss hit shots. Bat weight vary between 1170 to 1220 Grams. The round handle assists with even pickup of the bat. This bat will still give you quality runs with the grade of the wood being lower than some of the other Ton Bat ranges. Will suggest to be used at high school level and club level. You might also be interested to look at GM  bats review as well.

Crown Kingsbury bats РSlightly Scalloped PROFILE SHAPE: A small amount of scalloping is seen in a very large amount of cricket bats. The goal is to save weight while still making the sweet spot as wide as possible. Even very high-quality bats can contain a small amount of scalloping in order to reduce their weight.

Crown Kingsbury bats РStandard 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.

Crown Kingsbury 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.

Crown Kingsbury 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 batsmen to be confident when using the wrists to manipulate the face angle.

Crown Kingsbury 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.

Crown Kingsbury bats РSemi- 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.

Crown Kingsbury bats РNatural TOE: This bat needs some form of toe preparation via shoe goo, a toe guard or your favorite secret recipe.

7. Titan Kingsbury bats

Middle

Approximately 150mm to 230 mm from the toe

Edge Thickness

Approximately 40 mm to 42 mm

Edge Profile

Curved

Face Profile

Semi flat

Toe Profile

Rounded

Spine Height

Approximately 62 mm to 64 mm

Scallop

Approximately 0,5 mm to 1 mm

Bow

Approximately 10 mm to 12 mm

Handle

Semi Oval in to round

Grip

Triangular grip

This Titan Kingsbury bats were made with Premium grade English Willow.

The Titan Kingsbury bats have big edges of 38- 40 mm which indicates the amount of willow backing up each shot. The bats has a standard bow to increase the ease of stroke play while still getting the most out of every shot.

Together with this, a Low-Middle sweet spot creates power in your shots and through the ball when timing your stroke.

A semi-oval , multi-piece handle is found on this Titan Kingsbury bats and helps with the absorption of the impact that is caused when hitting the ball. Despite having a lot of willow in the bat, with no scalloping, the bat has a light and balanced pick up that allows for much more comfort when hitting the ball all over.

 

 Titan Kingsbury 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.

 Titan Kingsbury 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.

 Titan Kingsbury 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.

 Titan Kingsbury 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.

¬†Titan Kingsbury 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.

 Titan Kingsbury 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.

 Titan Kingsbury bats- A semi-square TOE:  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.

INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS THAT ARE AMBASSADORS WITH KINGSBURY

Michael Bevan Ambassador
Michael with a Kingsbury in his hands.

Michael Bevan

Kingsbury Cricket¬†Australia partnered¬†with the legendary Michael Bevan, one of the greatest ODI cricketers of all time and also known as¬†‚ÄėThe Finisher‚Äô. Michael played a pivotal role in two World Cup winning Australian sides, helping his country win matches from impossible situations. Michael has helped Kingsbury design and develop high quality cricket bats and equipment, including his very own ‚ÄėFinisher‚Äô range.¬†

Kingsbury is the first cricket brand globally to offer a world class free coaching/mentoring service to ensure customers get the best out of their Kingsbury Cricket equipment and personal potential. 

This exclusive offer includes online interactive Masterclasses personally delivered by Michael where he shares his batting secrets to help take your game to the next level and beyond.

If you Purchase over AUD$250 worth of Kingsbury products you will receive FREE online mentoring for 3 MONTHS (3 sessions)

Purchase over AUD$850 worth of Kingsbury products and receive FREE online mentoring for 10 MONTHS (10 sessions)

Michael Bevan batting and bowling statistics

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Conclusion

In my opinion the Kingsbury range is a quality range of bats and equipment. The minimal concave edges and clear wide blade ensure hard hitting and rewards the attacking style of batting. The Semi oval handles assist with the Straight shots and are a huge benefit in T20 matches as it allows for the use of the wrists when playing shots all around the ground. Bat ranges are expensive if you compare it to other ranges, but it rewards you with quality results of the blade. 

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.

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