Anderson TechZilla XP: KTXP Youth
Average Customer Review
I didn't buy this bat for the name or fancy graphics or the price. I bought it because of the weight. Turns out to be a good quality bat. Last year took my son for a hitting lesson with a former major league player. Five minutes into the lesson he took his 17 oz composite bat off him and put into his hands an old 1980's model easton 25 oz bat. After the lesson he explained to me that the best thing I could do for my son was to put him into a heavier bat. He explained that young kids never learn to turn on the ball using light weight bats. They get used to wrestling the light weight bats with their hands and arms and never put power into the swing. This bat is one of the heaviest length to weight ratios out there and once they get used to swinging it, they will become better more consistent hitters.
A bit pricy for metal.
I bought this bat for my 12 year old. He has been swinging big name big barrel bats for about 2 years and finally found an amazing bat in the Anderson Techzilla. This bat has unbelievable pop. He is also able to swing a little heavier bat in the Techzilla. His old bats are 29/19 and we went with the 31/22 Techzilla. He is still able to get good bat speed. Unbelievable bat! Thanks Anderson.
Knob of this bat is very small compared to most of its competitors.
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My 8 year old daughter is an ace hitter with fast hard pitching. This summer her friends are playing coach pitch and her 28oz. -11 is too light. I was thinking about getting this bat for her. Is it legal for softball?
The Anderson TechZilla XP: KTXP Youth is a baseball bat. You will need to get the Anderson RockeTech FP: KRKTFP Fastpitch for it to be legal in her league.
Do you carry a 28 inch and -12 ounce TechZilla bat?
The Anderson TechZilla XP: KTXP Youth bat is a -9 length to weight ratio. Therefore, a 28" model would be 19 oz.
Is Anderson coming out with a 2013 TechZilla XP, different color than light green?
Anderson will not be releasing a new TechZilla XP model in 2013.
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
- -9 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Grooved Assembly System
- Internal PowerArch Technology
- Multi-Wall All-Metal Alloy Barrel
- SG-I Sport Grip
- TaperFlex Contour
- The Proof is at the Plate - 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!
- TrueFlex End Cap
- Ultra-Thin Whip Handle With Weldless Ergonomic Knob
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I coached 6 teams this year. I have 3 boys who are going up each league which means 3 more bats next year!