Anderson NanoTek XP: NANOXP10 Youth
Average Customer Review
Bat is hot out of the wrapper, has a great sound, no hand sting and the ball jumps off the bat
My son loved this bat until it started getting flat spots and the the paint is falling off of it literally.. My son is a bigger 12 year old and hits the ball extremely hard if you have a smaller son this might be a very good bat for them..
This bat was recommended by a friend. My son used his friends Nanotek on Sunday during on the field batting practice; rough estimate of pitches, out of 18 balls, he went yard with 4 pitches, hit the 200 yard fence with 2, and short hopped the fence with 4. Unbelievable! My son was using a Easton Omen; the Omen is a good bat but no comparison to the Nanotek. I purchused this bat for my 12 year son playing Little League Wednesday night, his first game with the Nanotek Thursday night, he goes yard, 230 feet; and, he didn't get all of it. This bat is Nasty!
This bat is so hot, I'm sincerely afraid of a smaller (9-10 year old) child taking a line drive. The results of a line drive to the body, especially the head may not be good.
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Their is another Nano Tech on your site that is the exact same name length and drop but it is $179. They do look different but I can't figure out why the price difference. Is it the modle yr?
The Anderson NanoTek XP: NANOXP10 Youth bat for $279.99 is a 2012 model. The Anderson NanoTek XP: NANOXP10 for $179.99 is a 2011 model. The newer model is a two-piece hybrid bat with better vibration reduction and a more balanced feel.
Is this bat a two-piece bat? If so, what is the material composition of the handle?
The 2012 Anderson NanoTek is a two-piece bat. This bat has an alloy barrel and a composite handle.
I havn't seen this bat on the approved LL website yet. whats the story ?
This bat is approved for Little League play in 2012 and beyond. This bat is featured on the complete "2012 licensed bats" list, which can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/2012+Approved+Non+Wood+Bat+List.pdf. If you have any other questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-866-321-2287.
The 2011 Anderson NanoTek XP is on the approved list for the 2012 Little League season.
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- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA
- Ergonomic Weldless Knob
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- LaunchPad Technology
- Reduced M.O.I. For Increased Bat Speed
- Single Wall Construction
- TaperFlex Contour - Vibration Management System
- The Proof is at the Plate - 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!
- TrueFlex End Cap
- Two-Piece Hybrid Design
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You guys/gals have your stuff together, I'll be a return customer. thx