Anderson NanoTek SP Omega: NANOSPO Slow Pitch
Average Customer Review
Hit well for about 24 hits.
Dented and cracked at swing 25. Returned it to Anderson, which took more than 3 weeks for them to issue a return number before I could mail it back after emailing and calling several times. Then a week later they mail it back stating a softball could not do that damage. I have bought dozens of bats from this website, which I love and will continue to, but Anderson has far been the worst. This bat is not worth $300. I will never buy an Anderson bat ever again. Go Miken or Demarini.
I am "Royalty" in my league, The outfielders bag up, and the fans wait in anticipation. With out question this is the most powereful bat I have ever owned. Fresh out the wrapper bombs. The end loaded feature is definitely felt when you swing the bat. First AB of the season, HR. Everyone goes to composite, smh, you composite fans have no clue. If you are not using aluminum then you are missing out on homeruns. If you are a power hitter..........Anderson Nanotek Omega is exactly what you want. I swing a 30 .oz, that is only advised for the big boys. This bat swing heavy.If you buy anything other than this bat you just wasted your money. Pay smart and play big.
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Do these bats have the new flexlink handles?
Yes. The Anderson NanoTek SP Omega: NANOSPO features Anderson's FlexLink handle design.
Why is the Omega $300 when the Alpha is $250?
We received our last batch of Anderson NanoTek SP Alpha: NANOSPA at a lower price from Anderson than the Anderson NanoTek SP Omega: NANOSPO. Instead of keeping the price at $299.99, we decided to pass our savings on to our customers.
I use a 34/30 Miken Freak DST Maxload in a men's league, which is their endloaded version of the DST Balanced, but cannot use it in a coed league. I know that endloaded bats swing a little heavier than balanced ones, but I was wondering if the 34/30 Omega feels comparable in weight to the 34/30 Freak DST Maxload before I buy it for a coed league.
The Anderson NanoTek SP Omega: NANOSPO Slow Pitch will not feel as end loaded as the Freak DST Maxload.
A High-Tech Engineer, a Sales Manager for a chemical company, and a Professional Yacht Racer with a background in mechanical engineering, are not likely to have much in common … . But they did, and still do. You guessed it … SOFTBALL. Our passion for “Diamond” sports goes back many years, but it was about 10 years ago that we started manufacturing and private labeling our bats for other companies. In 1999, Steven Anderson designed a new multi-wall high performance bat that featured our patented “Power Arch” technology. After thorough testing it was.... read more
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA
- End-Loaded Swing Weight
- Ergonomic Weldless Knob
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