Pros: I am a high school and travel player and this is by far the best bat I have encountered. The sound is similar to its BESR predecessors, as is the pop. Despite the end load, this bat feels very balanced when swung and has a very large sweet spot. The cosmetics are appealing as well. Really well priced I would pay more for this than the CF5, and I have hit with both.
Cons: I have not found a con thus far, although my teammates all want to use it so that could be a con.
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would this bat be better for a power and contact hitter or would the cf5 be better for a power and contact hitter
Asked by storm
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC) is going to be directed more towards a power hitter because of its end loaded feel. However, the DeMarini CF5 BBCOR (DXCFC) is going to be directed towards a contact hitter.
I'm 12, 5' 2", and 116 pounds. Which would be a better bat overall a 31" 21 oz CF5 or a 31" 19 oz Voodoo (both are small barrel)?
Asked by Matthew Chavers III
If you are more of a power hitter the DeMarini Voodoo will be the bat for you. If you are more of a contact hitter you should get the DeMarini CF5.
Will bats with alloy material in the barrel have a better chance of breaking when used in lower temperatures? If so, what temperature is the lowest you would recommend me to use it. Are composite bats the same?
Asked by Dbl D
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult would be fine to use in cold temperatures, because alloy barreled bats hold up much better in the cold than composite barreled bats do. I do not recommend using composite bats in temperatures below 55 degrees.
Two years before founder Ray DeMarini started his own company in 1989, he was hired by ESPN as the advisor and host of a series of instructional softball videos. To this day, Ray DeMarini's Reflex Hitting System is still ESPN's most successful home video.
Taking his expertise and credibility to his self-named company, DeMarini made headlines in 1993 with the world's first multi-wall bat, the Doublewall. Innovation hasn't let up since, as the company continues to be a trend-setter in baseball and softball bats.
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Description for DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVDC
New for 2013! The DeMarini Voodoo has become the bat of choice for elite college and high school players all over the country. This year's Voodoo is perhaps the best yet. With a hybrid design featuring an X10 Alloy barrel joined with a TR3 F.L.O. Composite handle, DeMarini has created a baseball bat that is beyond good. DeMarini's brand new alloy, X10, is designed with a proprietary blend of alloy agents that when put together create a barrel with optimal strength. This unique strength allows for finely tuned barrel walls to create the ultimate sweet spot, no matter what regulations may exist. The TR3 F.L.O. Composite handle further enhances the Voodoo's strength, while creating a lighter swing weight than ever before. DeMarini's Half and Half two-piece technology makes YOU stronger by silencing feedback on off-center hits and creating the largest, most responsive sweetspot by flexing before impact and recoiling with a burst of ball-launching energy! The Voodoo's exclusive Ion V End Cap has two layers. One to keep the barrel stiff, while the other transfers energy from barrel to ball with pure over-the-fence power. Constructed with an ever-so-slight endload, the Voodoo feels like you've harnessed the power of a thousand black suns to sacrifice the soul of the fastball. DeMarini: Born Hardcore! The Voodoo is BBCOR Certified and approved for high school and collegiate play. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
Great selection and love the package deal on bats.
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