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Easton Typhoon BBCOR Baseball Bat: BK63

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  • Alright pop

    Joe
  • has a spot about 2 and a half inches from the end and if you catch a ball right there if feels like jelly, didnt even notice it was bbcor until my friend brandon told me

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Pros:  DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON A $300.00 BAT. THIS BAT HAS THE SAME OR MORE POP THEN THE OMAHA AND THE VOODOO. I HAVE USE ALL THREE A TON OF TIMES AND THIS ONE IS THE MOST BALANCE AND HAS THE MOST POP.

Cons:  HONEST TO GOD!!!! NONE

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Pros:  It's like looking at and going out with a chick who's hot and down to earth, and fun to be with, and then seeing another chick who's also hot, drives an expensive car, carries bling and equally fun to be with, but you know you'll be spending some serious dough, for exactly the same thing...

Cons:  None

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Pros:  HITS LIKE THE OTHER BBCOR BATS BUT THE REINFORCED BRACES SEEM TO GIVE IT MORE POP THAN THE VOODOO!! GET IT WHILE THE PRICE IS THIS LOW BECAUSE AFTER WORD GETS OUT, THESE WILL DEFINITELY SELL FOR MORE

Cons:  NO WHAT SO EVER!!

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Pros:  Just wanted to say that the bat I bought for my 13 year old son was well worth the price,I bought him a 32-29 because he is a big kid and has no problem swinging it,he really likes it and so do his team mates the bat is of the same quality as a bat 3 times the price.The price was right the shipping was right on time,I would buy from this site again!

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Pros:  This bat is the real deal. I got this bat last week and took it out to practice and used it in a inner squad game. Hits better than the VOODOO and any wood i've tried. I hit one off the fence. I did not think it was possible with bbcor. By far the best bat for the price.

Cons:  Really none. Don't be fooled by the price and the fact that it is a cheap EASTON TYPHOON. NO CONS TRUST ME.

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Pros:  Bat is everything as advertised. Has a great pop when you connect

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Pros:  1)good pop off bat 2)pleasantly suprised for bb core

Cons:  wished i would have bought a long time ago

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Pros:  Absolutly amazing bat more pop than my Voodoo at a third of the price. would recomend to anyone who wants to hit the ball far and hard

Cons:  Is BBCOR

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Pros:  This bat has a lot of pop! Bought it because of the good reviews and it lived up to the expectations. Initially bought it as a cage bat, but this bat is without a doubt game ready. Don't be fooled by the price! This bat rocks!! Thanks Easton for putting out a good product with an unbelievable price! I'm impressed!

Cons:  The price probably won't be this good for long!

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Pros:  Really good bat!! Not what I expected for a $70 bat. Great pop.

Cons:  None

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Pros:  It's everything I expected and more. Almost everybody on my team uses it. It is great!!

Cons:  None at this time.

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Pros:  Great performance for the money. Why spend more? Graphics are awesome.....

Cons:  None yet.

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Pros:  Great bat for the price, good pop for BBCOR

Cons:  Heavy...Takes time to adjust to the weight

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Pros:  very good pop, better than I expected from this lower priced BBCOR. Excellent bat for the price! Good balance also.

Cons:  None so far

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Pros:  First of all, the price for such a reputable bat from a company like Easton was too good to pass up. My son has a BESR Easton Hammer, and he lit up middle school and 12U travel ball pitching this spring/summer with it. He went to Cooperstown and used a teammates BBCOR and hit a 315 foot shot and was SOLD. So, this will be a welcomed addition to his bat bag! Great bat at a VERY good price!

Cons:  None so far! I don't understand why on earth someone would pay almost $400 for a BBCOR bat when this one and ones like it from Easton or even a good old-fashioned wooden bat, can do the trick! Trust me, this bat is LEGIT!

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Pros:  good pop for BBCOR. hits solid on all parts of the bat even near the handle.

Cons:  it is a little heavy. the first couple times I used it I was a little behind on most pitches. Takes some getting used to

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Pros:  Great bat. Its a little top heavy but when you swing it it feels light. Also, due to the fact that it is top heavy, the bat will drive through the ball. Big barrel. Nice paint job. Easy to identify.

Cons:  Everyone wants to see it.

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Pros:  Well balanced Good pop for a BBCOR Hits solid on all areas of bat Price was excellant

Cons:  None

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Pros:  My son is a freshman and uses this bat, excellent is the only word I can think of...

Cons:  none

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Pros:  Nice pop, good balance and sweet spot, nice graphics. It just doesn't make sense to spend hundreds on other bats.

Cons:  None. BBCOR standards have taken away any advantage of composite bats.

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Pros:  Top heavy (could be a con) Amazing pop Cool looking Hit a 330 Shot with it and after i hit the hr 4 ppl on my team got the bat the next day

Cons:  Top heavy (could be a pro) due to the top heavy ness ur gonna have to take about 100-150 swings with it to get used to the weight. scraches eazy

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Pros:  great bat! Great pop. Huge sweet spot

Cons:  None

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Pros:  I used my friends the other day first time using a drop 3 bat. I thought it would take time to get used to but after a couple of swings i was drilling the ball. I am about to buy the bat. Good price too.

Cons:  Its a little heavy but u get used to it quick.

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Pros:  I have hit with this bat numerous times now, and nothing beats this new BBCOR certified bat. It is much better then the new Easton speed bats and the Reflex. I went from swinging the reflex and the speed bats, having nothing hard out the infield; to hard line-drives to the outfield every game. WORTH THE 70$ AND PERFORMS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER BBCOR BAT!

Cons:  None at all that I could find.

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Pros:  looks awesome. cheaper than most. hits average

Cons:  terrible noise. only average performance

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Pros:  Great bat, went out to the local field and started hitting them deep right away. It's a great price. Get it!

Cons:  NOTHING

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Pros:  Bought this bat last year in anticipation of the new rules. My son has done well with it, and it has become a favorite among his teammates even before it was manditory to use it. Now beginning his second season, it still is holding up great, and team mates are still choosing it over other more expensive bats.

Cons:  None so far.

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Pros:  this bat is amazing. I use this bat all the time during games and practices. If your looking for a bat this is the one.

Cons:  none. this bat is just too good

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Pros:  ordered this bat based on price and reviews as a -3 BBCor was required for the league. Have used one week and my son is very pleased. His teammates want to borrow it and like it. Great value!

Cons:  Does not have the fancy V-bat art work that costs $100's more.

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Pros:  Does hit good, pretty large sweet spot, but not the biggest. I have found out you get what you pay for.

Cons:  Must have batting gloves, heavy, not as balanced, stings if hit wrong spot.

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Pros:  price

Cons:  almost everything. this bat is so cheap in quality. has no pop and nothing is right. im not proud of owning this bat. wouldnt spend more than 20 bucks for it.

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Pros:  Well, just got this bat and thought it was great, i was thinking about getting a new 200 dollar bat and relized with a few good practice swing i cam get a good bomb and the next day hit a home run with it, it is a really good bat and would suggest it to power hitters. The barrel is huge.

Cons:  The paint chips and takes a little timw to get used to but other than that no.

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Pros:  We had to comply with BBCOR regulations for middle school in our county in NC, and I didn't wish to spend an enormous amount of money. This bat has RIDICULOUS POP, and my son absolutely loves it. For the money a voodoo would have set us back, we purchased a typhoon, a hammer, and a reflex, and he rotates all 3. All 3 are great bats for the cash!

Cons:  I can't get him to sell his bats to Play It Again Sports so I can get him either an Omaha or a Voodoo now that the price has come down a little.

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Pros:  good bat,good for line drive hitter's

Cons:  takes a little time to get use to the bat weight took me about 2 weeks now im batting 450 average

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Pros:  Cheap

Cons:  No pop Not aerodinamic Feels Heavy

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Pros:  Im 14 and this was my first -3 bat and it hits great hit .527 after i got used to it

Cons:  a little top heavy but you get used to it pretty quick

“Nice bat”

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Pros:  A good bat to practice with and it has good pop. Will last a while for you. it is also good for the price.

Cons:  The handle isn't like most BBCOR bats because it isn't tapered but I fixed that and it feels good.

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Pros:  Just got it and thought it looked sweet. Was a little concerned because it was bbcor but tried it and was better than the BESR version, loved the sound and is very light.

Cons:  NONE AT ALL!!!

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Pros:  this bat is great i took it out for my practice, hit two off the fence all arm swings.this bat is great.

Cons:  non what so ever

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Pros:  great bat

Cons:  a little top heavy

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Pros:  I've used other bats costing 3 times as much. I was pounding the ball from the first practice with the Typhoon. What a bargain!

Cons:  Should have bought two.

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Pros:  Took my son to the field today this bat has some pop he was hitting shots. Iam very happy with this bat.

Cons:  none

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Pros:  great bat has amazing pop and for this price you really can't go wrong.highly recommended.

Cons:  very minuscule flaws with grip tape and weight but very easy to look over.

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Pros:  everything the pop great why spend 100's on other bats when this one is just as good as them{example: Demarini Voodoo} If Not This Bat Is Better

Cons:  Swear on my life!!!! There Is No Cons.

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Pros:  looks great, low prices great sweet spot, good pop. i hit it to the fence on a 345 feild and i`m only 14 years old. whats not to love.

Cons:  none to say. to awesome

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Pros:  1) Great pop off contact, rather large "sweet spot" 2) Nice aesthetics :D 3) Relatively cheap compared to most other bats that this bat outperforms 4) Extremely durable

Cons:  In my honest opinion, absolutely none.

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Pros:  Its Cool

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Pros:  This is a well balanced bat. more pop than most bbcor's. can't wait to use it in a game

Cons:  afraid everyone will want to use it

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Pros:  Not really any at all

Cons:  Too heavy not great pop feels weird

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Pros:  Decent pop ok grip not that great good graphics bbcor is great good for 70 bucks

Cons:  Very top heavy all weight in the end of the bat small sweet spot the 00 in the word typhoon overall one of the sort bats ever swung I've swung both voodoos s2,3,4 ,xl2,3 ,cat5 ,5150 ,5150 velo , cf5 , rival , and Omaha tpx best are s2 2012 voodoo

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Pros:  Pretty good sweet spot. Got lots of good hits from it. Doesn't dent like most of my bats normally do. Price.

Cons:  Let's face it, bbcor bats can compare to besr, but the regulations on the sweet spot really hurt preformance. The grip tape is really slick. Almost wood-like sound when it comes off the bat.

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Pros:  one of the best bats i have ever owned

Cons:  IF ANY DIDN'T FIND THEM

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Pros:  its alrigth has a littel pop, not as much as other BBCOR bats.

Cons:  VERY top heavy, not alot of pop (as much as other BBCOR bats)

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Pros:  average pop, good durability, nice colors

Cons:  Really top heavy, not good weight distribution and grip tape falls apart easily

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Pros:  This a good bat! I would compare this to the Voodoo. I'm going to use this in the Triple Crown Series (12-14 years old). Great price and the pop on this bat is great. Please get it!

Cons:  Everyone wants to use it!

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Pros:  this bat has amazing pop to it. it is a great bat for the price. it has the feel of the weight pushed towards the end of the bat and it has a huge sweet spot. a double is an easy hit to pull off with this bat, it is amazing.

Cons:  none so far and have had for 1.5 yrs

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Pros:  The bat is really good for being cheap. All you need to do is turn it and work it in. Does have pop and a sweet spot.

Cons:  

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Pros:  Alright pop. No chipping.

Cons:  It is a very top-heavy bat. not balanced at all.

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Pros:  I have this bat and I love it..mine is a 34/31 and it is solid. Great bat.

Cons:  None.

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Pros:  Love this bat, I have the 32" model it has lots of pop and for the money it's amazing.

Cons:  Absolutely none

“great pop”

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Pros:  used it for the first time, bat speed seemed to increase had great pop great bat overall.

Cons:  none

“It's Ok”

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Pros:  I got this bat last year and it has held up well. Pretty good pop

Cons:  I found myself using my friends CF5 abd hitting much better with it. I would not pay $50 for it. Go for the CF5 or CF6 they are much better

“easton typhoon”

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Pros:  amazing i got it so it can be a batting cage bat like one i can destroy but it is much better than i thought it would be it is really good and this us coming from someone with a s1

Cons:  the grip can get slippery wen not using batting gloves one time it slipped out of my hands and went flying

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Pros:  Some people may think i am dumb but this is by far the best bat i have ever used in my entire baseball career. I have used every bat from marruci to demarini and no other bat on the market matches it's pop, swing weight and price. You would be dumb to buy another bat. It turns fence hitting hitters to homerun sluggers.

Cons:  This bat is not 400 dollars because it's worth it.

“awesome”

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Pros:  It has a lot of pop I got it as a batting cage bat but it is so much better than I thought it was gonna be

Cons:  none at all

“Horrible”

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Pros:  Price

Cons:  There are to many bad things about this bat to list, its barrel heavy, hurts when you hit it anywhere except its microscopic sweetspot, i would rather pay 1,000 dollars for a bat then 30 dollars on this piece of junk.

“Amazing Bat”

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Pros:  Amazing bat for junior high students and people playing on teams. Has a really good feel and is durable. Has an amazing sweet spot and pop.

Cons:  Watch out people who hate vibrations. It definitely has vibration, but not enough to ruin your hand.

“Just, Awesome”

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Pros:  I recommend this bat. I am a freshman and it has increased my hit speed. I had no problem hitting with it, and it looks totally awesome. The bat has great pop and for the price, it is a bargain. It's just an all around awesome bat.

Cons:  Everyone is begging to use it.

“Amazing Bat”

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Pros:  This bat is great, and definitely worth the bargain! The bat is very well balanced, a rarity among BBCOR bats, and the ball bounces of the Typhoon with a considerable amount of strength. When I use the bat, it feels just like a wood bat (which I strongly enjoy). Instead of wasting your money on a $450 Mako, buy a Typhoon of equal caliber! Ps, for those of you who are wary of the low price, the price has nothing to do with the quality of the bat. The bat is neither used, nor is it a bad bat. It is simply a retired model, allowing for a very low price.

Cons:  None

“Gr8t for the transition from Sr. League to BBCOR ”

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Pros:  Fantastic low cost quality bat to help transition young players from Senior League bats to -3 BBCOR bats. The price is more than right for an entry level BBCOR certified bat. While this may not end up as your gamer, this bat does have nice pop, and can serve you well in the move up to BBCOR.

Cons:  None yet

“worst bat in my life”

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Pros:  none

Cons:  vibration hurts brakes easy endloded junk

“Baoss”

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Pros:  Don't let any of these bad reviews skew you away from getting this bat! Anyone that has claimed that the bat has no pop to it hasn't been hitting well enough with it to know what they're talking about. This bat is a fantastic bat with perfect balance and grip. It has no recoil and doesn't hurt the hand at all! This is an amazing bat and it is always my recommendation to any of my friends.

Cons:  None. Pure perfection!

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Pros:  nice price, but its a BBCOR... so you cant really love it. i hate BBCOR, i would honestly use a wood bat in the game. for the price its a really good bat.

Cons:  top heavy, so at first you will find yourself under the ball a bit.

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Pros:  has a spot about 2 and a half inches from the end and if you catch a ball right there if feels like jelly, didnt even notice it was bbcor until my friend brandon told me!

Cons:  i use my friends and i dont have one.

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Pros:  AWESOME pop's, puts the VexXum to shame, and ties with the voodoo, BUY NOW!!!

Cons:  NON, to amazing

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Pros:  i bought this bat as something i could use for a hs tryouts, did what it needed to.

Cons:  very top heavy, can't hit the ball that far with it, and it chips and dings to easy

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Pros:  Decent grip, pretty cool design. You get what you pay for.

Cons:  Not well balanced, not much pop, and sounds bad when you hit it.

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Pros:  i like the sound

Cons:  top heavy, like really bad.

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Pros:  I had to get a BBCOR bat for my high school summer league and will never spend more than $120 on a bat. Found this for only $70 and bought it for the price only. But after using it in 5 games now I realized it has some pop to it. I'm a singles and occasionally doubles hitter and this bat is perfect for people like me.

Cons:  BBCOR bats don't have as much pop as the old -3 bats.

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Pros:  GOOD Pop, BBCOR Aproved, GOOD Colors And Great Job ON The Painting, And GREAT SWEET SPOT

Cons:  NONE AT ALL

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Pros:  Cheap, Good Pop, BBCOR Certified, Great Graphics, AND GREAT Grip.

Cons:  NONE

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Pros:  Good, cheap bat. friend has it. Good pop.

Cons:  I suggest a light weight version of this bat. little heavy for my liking. I got a lot of power and i couldnt seem to get this bat quickly through the zone.

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Pros:  Has great pop im not a power hitter and my first hit with it was a home run

Cons:  slightly top heavy but not terribly

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Pros:  Very low price!

Cons:  Very top heavy Squeaky grip

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Pros:  nice great pop and easy to swing for small kids

Cons:  none yet

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Pros:  first time hitting with the typhoon and a jacked a homer this bat is sick

Cons:  

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Pros:  sweet paint job, hits the ball far, if you hit the ball right in between the t and the o in easton, the ball just flies

Cons:  none, so far

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Pros:  hit a home run 310 feet. kept my batting average up over 400. 700 slg

Cons:  none

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Pros:  This bat is very nice. I like it. it seems to have average pop with the $100 and under bats.

Cons:  Very noticeable endload. Don't listen to the people who say that it's balanced because they are liars. Also, the grip used is very cheap. I replaced mine with the rip-it grip. If you have the money to buy a bat over $100, buy it. All the bats under $100 are a joke, you can't have enough technology in the bat to make it above average without making it above $100.

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Pros:  looks nice!!

Cons:  It is a really bad bat i dont know why i even spent my money getting it!! Now i have to nike mc2 that is one the best bat ever!!!

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Pros:  Looks decent.

Cons:  Its sweet spot is almost non-existent, there is virtually no "ping" when you hit the ball (small issue), and it's just not that great of a bat. Compared to some other bats I've used, this one just pales in comparison -- it doesn't hit the ball very far. If you're a contact hitter though, this could be a mediocre bat for you.

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Pros:  Great bat lots of pop the weight and balance feels good.

Cons:  none

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Pros:  Worst bat ever

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Pros:  well balanced, large sweete spot surprisingly. nice for base hits.

Cons:  doesnt have as much pop as expected.

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Pros:  good grip

Cons:  ball doesnt go far

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Cons:  awefull bat no pop what so ever

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Pros:  Good Alloy Bat for being a BBCOR

Cons:  It is a BBCOR bat, a lot less pop.

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Pros:  Cheap

Cons:  Very top heavy.

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Pros:  Grip feels great

Cons:  Makes an annoying "ping" sound when hitting the ball, especially off center.

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Pros:  nothing it stinks

Cons:  not a good sweet spot. It sting liek crazy. Also if u are thinking of buying it it has no pop.

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Can you use this bat in Babe Ruth League?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR Baseball Bat (BK63) is a BBCOR certified bat which means its used for High School and College Play.

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Is there any difference between the Typhoon and the Hammer? If so what?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) features a Vibration Reduction System that helps to eliminate vibration and sting. It also features a Brace Barrel, which located critical points in the barrel to achieve BBCOR compliance while minimizing swing weight. The Hammer features an extra long barrel, which makes for an effective and responsive hitting area. They are both high performance models from Easton.

Tessa Expert
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Can you use this bat on a high school baseball team?

Yes. The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is BBCOR certified so it is legal for high school and collegiate play.

Patrick Expert
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Is this bat (34 length) legal for a 13-14 year old team?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is BBCOR certified and will most likely be legal for you to use depending on the league you play in.

Bobby Expert
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I'm 6'1", 225 pounds, and 15years old. Do you think the 34 inch bat is a good fit?

Based on your height and weight the 34"/31 oz Easton Typhoon (BK63) would fit you very well.

Bobby Expert
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Is it aluminum?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is a one-piece alloy bat.

Kara Expert
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I am 6'2" 187 lbs. Is the 32" bat the right length for me? should I look for a longer bat?

The 32" model in the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) might be too small for a player your size. Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 34" bat.

Jason Expert
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When will the 31" model be for sale again?

Unfortunately Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is a close out bat. We will not be getting in anymore 31" models.

Kyle Expert
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I'm looking for a cheap training bat to get me ready for school ball. Is this a good bat? Thanks.

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) would not technically be a training bat. It is a lesser priced alloy BBCOR bat. It will be balanced and light weight. It will be BBCOR certified and approved for high school and college play.

Brandon Expert
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I am 15 years old, 5'9" and 136 lbs. I use ancient bats at my practice. They are heavy, useless, and hurt my hands. I already told myself that I would not spend more than $50 on a bat. However, I like something quick and nimble. Should I look into the typhoon?

If you are looking for a bat that will be able to perform, yet still remain cost effective, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: (BK63) would be a great choice to take a look at. This model will be able to provide explosive power because it will incorporate 7046 Aircraft Alloy. It will also have a cushioned grip, and will incorporate Brace Barrel Technology to help improve performance and durability.

Merritt Expert
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I am 15 years old. I weigh 177 pounds and stand about 6 feet tall. Which bat size should I use?

For a player of this stature we would typically suggest a bat length of 33 inches. Since most 15 year old divisions will require your bat to be BBCOR certified, the corresponding weight would be 30 ounces.

Gary T. Expert
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I'm 15 years old, weigh 105 lbs and 5'2" tall. Would this be a good bat for me?

Yes, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 would be a good bat for you. For someone of your height and weight we would recommend the 29"/26oz model.

Kyle J. Expert
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I am 15 I weigh 96 pounds and I'm 5'2. I wanna know what size bat I should get. I play softball.

The size that you need to use would be a 32 inch bat. The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is a baseball bat so look at fastpitch softball bats.

Kyle Expert
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Im 5'8, 111 pounds what size should bat should I use?

We recommend using a 30 inch 33 ounce bat. We do not have the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) in this size for you, but we do have some other great bats that will fit what you are needing.

Kyle Expert
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Are these bats ASA certified?

No, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is not ASA certified. It is BBCOR certified and legal for high school and college baseball.

John H Expert
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I am 4' 11" and I weigh 96 lbs. What bat should I use?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK6) would be a good, balanced BBCOR model. Based on your height and weight, I would recommend using any BBCOR model that is very balanced.

Justin R. Expert
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I am 5 foot 4 and weigh 88 pounds. What size and weight bat should I use?

Based on your height and weight, we would suggest the 29 inch model of the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult bat.

Patrick Expert
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I am 5'8", and 130 lbs. I have been swinging a 32" 29 oz. but all of the 34 inches are so cheap now and was wondering if it could be okay to move up to that size?

We don't recommend a 34" for your height and weight. The Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) is on sale for $39.99 and would be a great option if you are looking for an inexpensive bat.

Kara Expert
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I am 5'10" and 128 pounds. What length of bat should I use?

Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 32" model in the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) Adult.

Jason Expert
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My daughter plays fast pitch softball she is 5 ft , 97 lbs. What size and weight bat would be appropriate for her?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult is a baseball bat and can't be used in fastpitch softball. We recommend the 2014 Easton S300 (FP14S300) Fastpitch 31" 20 oz.

Kara Expert
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I weigh 143 lbs and am 5'5". What size should I swing?

Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63).

Kara Expert
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My son is 5' 8" and 155 pounds. What size bat should he get?

Based on his height and weight we recommend a 32" model of the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) Adult bat. If he had swung a 33" model and felt comfortable with it, you could consider going up in size.

Mac Expert
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My son is 5'8 155 lbs. What size should he get?

Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 32" Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63).

Tessa Expert
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Is it a double barrel bat?

The Easton Typhoon is a single wall one-piece alloy design featuring a 2 5/8" barrel diameter and a -3 length-to-weight ratio; making it legal for high school and collegiate play.

Austin Expert
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My child is 14, 5'5" 180 pounds what size of this bat should I get him?

Based off of your son's height and weight, the recommended bat length for a -3 oz. BBCOR bat is 32 inches. This would make the ideal bat for your son be a 32" 29 oz. option. Depending on what he is currently swinging, he may go up or down an inch.

Austin Expert
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My son is 13 and weighs 80 lbs. What BBCOR -3 bat do you recommend?

The best way to determine the correct bat size for a player is by their height and weight. However, based on his age and weight, we suggest a 29" model in the Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) Adult. For more information on sizing check out our bat coach http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Jason Expert
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Is this a 2014 model bat? How long have they been out?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR(BK63) is a 2012 model.

Kara Expert
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My son is 13 and 5'5" about 120 lbs? What bat and size do you recommend? He has played since t-ball and he is just about to start Pony?

Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 30" Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) Adult.

Jason Expert
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I am 5' 8" 155 lbs. What length/weight bat should I buy?

Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 32" 29 oz Easton Typhoon BBCOR (BK63) Adult.

Jason Expert
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I'm 5'8'' and 150-155 lbs. What size bat should I get?

Based on your height and weight, we would recommend getting the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult in a 32''.

Tori Expert
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What size should I get? I'm 6'3" 200 lbs. Is it good for a power hitter?

Based on your height and weight we recommend a 34" 31 oz. Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult. The one-piece design is best for a power hitter.

Kara Expert
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I'm 5'1" and 100 lbs., what size bat should I get?

Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 30" model in the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Aubrey Expert
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Is the 30"27 oz. bat barrel 2 5/8"?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult has a 2 5/8" barrel.

Kara Expert
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Is it a -3 bat?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 is a BBCOR certified bat and features a -3 length to weight ratio.

Mac Expert
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Is this a good bat for power hitting?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult bat will be a good bat for a power hitter. It features a one-piece full alloy design with a massive sweet spot. One-piece bat are made with power hitters in mind.

Robert Expert
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I am 6'2" 170 lbs and a power hitter. Is this the right bat for me, and if so what size should I be using?

Our bat coach suggest a 33" bat for you, but you can go up or down an inch if it is comfortable. The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult bat will be a good bat for a power hitter. It features a one-piece full alloy design with a massive sweet spot. One-piece bat are made with power hitters in mind.

Robert Expert
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Is this bat allowed in Junior (13-14 year old) division in Little League? My son is 5 feet 1 inch and 100 pounds. The bat is 32 inches and drop 3. Is this bat too big for him?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 is BBCOR certified and 100% legal in the Junior Division of Little League. A 32" 29 oz. bat would be too big for a player of your son's size. A better option would be a bat that is a 29" or 30" drop 3.

Tyler Expert
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I am about 5'6 and 105lbs,do you think that an Easton Typhoon with 29 length and 26 oz. is a good bat for me?

Based on your size, a 29" BBCOR bat is the best option.

Tyler Expert
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What are the restrictions as far as the weather goes on this bat/Easton Typhoon BBCOR bat?

We would not recommend using the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult, or any bat, in temperatures below 55 degrees.

Marcus Expert
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Is this bat certified for seniors in little league? 14-15 yr olds.

Yes. The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 is a BBCOR certified bat and is 100% legal.

Tyler Expert
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Looking at the lower priced Easton Bats such as the Typhoon, Rival, Hammer or the Surge. Which one has a level swing like the Easton S1? I am looking for a cheaper -3/32 inch bat for my son to use on cold days and in the batting cage that is comparable in swing as the Easton S1 so not to throw off his swing. Or do you recommend a different lower priced bat? Thank-you.

The Easton Rival BBCOR: BG2 Adult, Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult, and the 2013 Easton Hammer BBCOR: BB13HM Adult are all balanced bats The Easton Rival BBCOR: BG2 is the best quality of the three balanced bats.

Kara Expert
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Is this bat legal in the little league juniors divisions?(13-14 year olds)

Yes, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR BK63 is legal for little league juniors division.

Sean Expert
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Hello! I have a question my son is in 7th grade and wants to try out for the middle school baseball team here in NY. Are they required to use a -3 bat? Thanks!

Middle School regulations vary. Some will require a -3 an others allow -5. We recommend contacting your school officials for exact rules.

Kara Expert
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Will this bat approved in the 2013 USSSA baseball league?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 Adult baseball bat is a BBCOR stamped bat. If your league requires a USSSA stamp then this bat will not be legal. If your league allows BBCOR bats then this bat will be legal.

Jeff Expert
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My son is a freshman in high school and has to start using a BBCOR bat. He is 5 foot tall and 85 lbs. What size bat to you recommend?

Based on his height and weight, a 29" BBCOR bat would be recommended.

Tyler Expert
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Do you guys ship this to Australia for free as well?

Unfortunately, we do not ship to Australia at this time.

Nick Expert
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My son is twelve 5'5" 160lbs and is using a 31" -12. THE BATS IS TO LITTLE WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND. has to be 1.15 approved

Based on his height and weight, a 32" bat is recommended with a weight between 24 and 27 ounces.

Tyler Expert
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My son is 5' 4" and will be a freshman in high school and will be swinging a BBCOR bat. What length and weight should he get? He swung a 32 this year but it was a -7.5 and now it will be a -3

A lot comes down to the weight of the player as well. I recommend our Bat Coach. It's a great tool: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Tyler Expert
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I am a line drive hitter who hits more line drives than homeruns, and when I do hit homeruns they are line drives. Is this a good bat for me or should I go with a two piece?

If you are a line drive hitter a two-piece bat would be a better choice. We recommend the Easton Surge BBCOR bat.

Kara Expert
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My son is 12 years old and 56" tall he needs a -3 BBCOR bat what do you recommend?

According to our bat coach your son should use a 29" 26 oz. bat or a 30" 27 oz.

Tom Expert
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I am 5' and 96 pounds. What length and weight would you recommend for me?

For your height and weight, a 29" 26 oz. bat is recommended.

Nick Expert
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I'm 5,8 160 pounds what size should I get?

The suggested length and weight for a player your size would be 32" 29 oz. or a 33" 30 oz.

Tom Expert
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I'm 5'7 and I weigh 130 lbs what length/weight should I get?

The suggested length and weight for a player your size would be a 31" 28 oz or a 32" 29 oz.

Tom Expert
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I am 5'5 and weigh 150 lbs. What size bat should I get?

According to our Bat Coach the suggested length and weight for a player your size would be a 31" 28 oz. or a 32" 29 oz.

Tom Expert
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I'm 5'11 and weigh 205 lbs what size bat should I use?

The suggested length and weight for a player your size would be a 33" 30 oz. bat.

Tom Expert
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I am 5'11 and weigh 170 lbs what length/weight should I get?

The suggested length for a player your size would be 32" 29 oz.

Tom Expert
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I am 5"6 and weigh 150 what sized bat should I use?

Based on your height and weight, a 32 inch model is recommended.

Tyler Expert
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I am 5'6 and weigh about 110lbs, what length and weight should I get?

If you are looking at the adult BBCOR bats, the 29" 26 oz or the 30" 27oz. Easton Typhoon would be the suggested size for a player your size.

Tom Expert
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Is this bat legal for Babe Ruth 13-14?

Yes, the Easton Typhoon is legal for Babe Ruth

Sean Expert
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I am 4'10" and weigh 97. What weight and length of bat should I use?

Based on your height and weight, a 30 inch bat is recommended. If you need further assistance in selecting the right size of bat for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located here: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Jennifer Expert
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I am 5'7" and weigh 167. What weight and length of bat should I use?

Using our Bat Coach feature on our website, a 32 in. 29 oz. bat would work well for your height and weight. The link to our Bat Coach is http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.

Nick Expert
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I'm 5'8 and weigh 138 pounds. What size and weight should I get?

A 32 inch 29 ounce Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 would be the recommended size for a player your size.

Tom Expert
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I'm 5'11 and weigh 215. What size bat should I use?

Based on your height and weight we recommend a 33" 30oz bat.

Kara Expert
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I am 5'9 and weigh 180 what size should I use?

For that height and weight we would recommend using a 33". For any sizing questions check out our Bat Coach. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

John Expert
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Is this bat more balanced or top heavy?

The Typhoon is a well balanced bat.

Tyler Expert
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I am 5' 7" and weigh 150 pounds what size bat should I be using?

Based on your height and weight I would suggest using a 32 inch bat. If you need more help trying to find the right size of bat for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our website. This is a great tool in suggesting the right size of bat for someone.

Jennifer Expert
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I am 5"9" and 120 lbs. What size bat should i be using?

Based off of your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 30" or 31" bat. If you are on the lighter side of 120 lbs., I would go with the 30" bat but if you are on the heavier side of 120 lbs., I would suggest going with the 31" model.

Austin Expert
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I am 14 years old 5'8" 150 lbs. What size bat should I be using?

Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 32" bat. If you need more help in trying to find the right size of bat for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our website.

Jennifer Expert
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My son is 5'0 and 130 lb. What lenght and weight of this bat should I get for him?

Based on his height and weight, I would suggest going with a 31 inch bat. If you need more help trying to find the right size, feel free to use the bat coach feature located on our webpage.

Jennifer Expert
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My 13 year old is 5'6", weighs 120, what length and weight should we be looking at? Thanks.

Based on your son's height and weight, we recommend a 31" 28 oz bat.

Kara Expert
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Is the BK63 bat BBCOR .50 2012 Babe Ruth approved? Thanks, John

The BK63 is BBCOR certified making it a legal bat for Babe Ruth leagues. All BBCOR bats will be adult -3 bats.

Kris Expert
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Is anything composite in the bat?

The Easton Typhoon BBCOR is a one piece all alloy bat.

Kara Expert
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We have a 30/27 Typhoon we purchased to get ready for middle school. Is the Rawlings 5150 Velo as balanced as the Typhoon or will the Velo seem lighter?

The Rawlings 5150 Velo is a very balanced bat. This bat was designed to increase the swing velocity for the player, so it will probably feel more balanced and have a lighter swing weight than the Typhoon.

Jennifer Expert
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My son is in 7th grade. Is this bat approved to play middle school ball?

If your middle school requires bats to be BBCOR certified, the Easton Typhoon BBCOR: BK63 would be legal.

Kara Expert
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My son is 5' and weighs 104 lbs. He is playing Babe Ruth league in Indiana. I think I need a 32" with a -8 or -10. Is that right? Are BBCOR available in this?

Based on your son's height and weight, I would probably suggest going with a 31" bat. The bat can also have any drop as long as it is an all alloy bat (like this one) or has an alloy barrel. Only composite barrel bats are required to be BBCOR certified in this league. You will not find a BBCOR approved senior league bat. Only adult -3 bats are BBCOR certified.

Jennifer Expert
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My son is in seventh grade and he is small for his age. Right now hes swinging a -10 30 oz 20 length. Do the BBCOR bats come in that size or are they all -3? Need help plz.

Unfortunately, they do not make BBCOR approved bats in a -10 drop. The only bats that will be BBCOR certified are adult -3 bats.

Jennifer Expert
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Can this be used in Senior League (last year in Bronco - headed to Pony). I weigh 143 lbs. & 5'9".

Yes, the Easton Typhoon can be used in senior league.

Sean Expert
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I am 160 lbs and 5'10 what size bat should i use?

Based on your height and weight, I would recommend a 33 inch 30 ounce bat.

Tyler Expert
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I am looking for a BBCOR bat for my 13 year old. He is 5'4" and about 105 lbs. What is the suggested size of the bat I should buy?

The recommended size for his height and weight is 29" to 30".

Kara Expert
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What exactly does it mean when a bat is "Top Heavy"? And is this bat top heavy?

When a bat is "top heavy" it has a slight end loaded feel to it. This means there is more weight in the end of the barrel and the weight doesn't feel evenly distributed. This bat does not have that end loaded feel. It will be more balanced.

Jennifer Expert
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I'm a beginning baseball player at the high school level. Is this a bat I should be using? I'm 6'0 tall and 235 pounds. What size should I use?

Based on your height and weight, the suggested size for you would be 33 inches. This bat is BBCOR certified and is legal for play in high school and collegiate level play.

Jennifer Expert
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I'm 5'11" 120 lbs. what size bat should I use?

We recommend a 31" bat based on your height and weight.

Kara Expert
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I am 5'4" 110 pounds is this a good bat for me?

Yes. It would be a good choice and based on your height and weight a 30 inch model is recommended.

Tyler Expert
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Is this a big barrel?

This is an Adult bat with a 2 5/8 inch barrel. It would be considered a big barrel.

Tyler Expert
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My son plays middle school ball he is 5'7" wnd weighs 160 what size bat should he use?

We suggest a 32 inch bat based on his height and weight.

Kara Expert
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I am 5'11" and 165 pounds. I'm playing high school ball and we are required to have BBCOR bats. What bats would you recommend for me, and what length and ounces?

Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 32 inch bat. We offer many bats that are BBCOR certified so it is hard to narrow down some specific suggestions without knowing more about what kind of hitter you are. Some of our most popular BBCOR bats right now are the Rip-It Prototype II, Marucci Black, Rawlings 5150, Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha and the DeMarini Voodoo, just to name a few. You can find all of the BBCOR bats we offer here: http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~adult/approved%20for~bbcor/

Jennifer Expert
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My Son is 12 yrs old, 5'7" and 125lbs. He is playing travel ball this year and middle school ball next year. What is the recommended length (-3)

Based on your son's height and weight, I would suggest a 31 inch bat. If you need any other assistance in trying to find the right size, feel free to use the bat coach feature located at the top of the webpage, or give us a call at 1-866-321-2287.

Jennifer Expert
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My son is 5'1 and about 75lbs. He is playing middle school baseball. What is the best size bat for him? He needs to have -3.

Using our bat coach feature, the recommended size for a person that is 5'1" and 75lbs is approximately 29 inches. The following link will give you all the 29 inch -3 bats that are BBCOR certified that we do have available right now in case you would like to compare other bats: http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~adult/approved%20for~bbcor/length~29%20inch/length%20to%20weight%20ratio~-%203/

Jennifer Expert
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My son is 5'1 weighs a little less than 100lbs what size would u recommend

Based on my research the best length for your son would be 29 inches.

Brad Expert
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is this bat approved for middle school (8th grade) must use a minus 3

Yes, it is approved for 8th grade and high school.

Linda Expert
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My son is a junior in high school, 6 feet tall and 180 ish pounds. I'm wondering if a 32/29 size bat is too small, and if so what do you recommend?

I would go with the 33/30 for his height and weight.

Linda Expert
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How can this bat get such good reviews? $70? What's the catch compared to similar rated $300 bats?

this is a very good bat, it has quite a bit of pop a balanced feel and no durability issues

Sean Expert
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Is this bat USSSA approved for 2012? Does it have the USSSA "new" mark on it?

BBCOR bats are not USSSA approved. They are for high school and college play. Senior League and Youth bats will have the USSSA stamp.

Kara Expert
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Is this an approved bat for 14U baseball in IL?

With the 14U rules, If the bat has the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp on it, he can use a lighter bat. If it does not have the USSSA stamp then it has to be BBCOR certified which is considerably heavier at a -3 weight. Or it can be a wood bat.

Linda Expert
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Which is better for our 15 year old son? Easton Typhoon or Easton Reflex? and why? This bat has more positive reviews than the REFLEX, but the reflex has more alloy?

Both are similar in design, one piece all alloy. The Typhoon has a great pop. Both would be great for a 15yr old.

Linda Expert
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is this bat better than the Reflex?

The Relex is made from higher quality alloy and is a notch above the Typhoon in terms of performance.

John Expert
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Is this bat good for junior high, and does it come in a drops 3

All BBCOR bats are a drop 3. If your Junior High School allows BBCOR bats than it can be used.

K.B. Expert
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Is it come in a drop 3

This bat is a drop 3.

lkh Expert
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it looks and sounds like a great bad to own...

Yes, the Typhoon is a good bat.

Sean Expert
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I am a freshman in high school. This is going to be my first bat. Would this be a good bat for me to use?

Yes, this bat has a nice pop, nice balance, affordable price.

lkh Expert
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what age groups is the BBCOR: BK63 for?

This is an adult baseball bat used by players from freshman in High School and on up to the College level.

Brett Expert
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is this bat good for junior high?

This is a BBCOR bat and will be legal in all leagues that allow drop 3 bats will 2 5/8 inch barrels.

JH Expert
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Does this bat have more pop than the demarini distace?

Well, it's hard to say. The only versions of the DeMarini Distance we have carried have been the youth and senior league models. From general feeback, the two bats are probably on par with each other in terms of pop and performance.

John Expert
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My son is 14 and looking for a good BBCOR bat to sart practicing with. He can use his CF4 for one more season in MN. What would you recommend for length?

Length is usually based on the player's height and weight and our "Bat Coach" link at the top of the webpage can be a helpful tool. A 32 will be most common for his age group though.

Brett Expert
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Is this bat legal for New Jersey HIgh School baseball? Does it have correct certification?

Yes. It is BBCOR certified and it will be legal for 2011, 2012 and beyond.

Brett Expert
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Is this a composite bat?

This bat is 100% alloy. It is not composite.

Jeff Expert
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As the industry leader for over 30 years, Easton Baseball/Softball has continued to raise the bar with innovation, originality and ingenuity. It began in 1969, when Easton produced the first true aluminum bat, and has continued throughout the past three decades with virtually all significant industry "firsts" having been pioneered by Easton: first CU31 bat; first C405 bat; first titanium bat; first Carbon Core bat; first Scandium bat; etc. The trend continues today with bats such as the Tri-Shell and the ConneXion. The patented Tri-Shell design features a super elastic rubber sleeve san.... read more

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Bat Features
  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio
  • 31/32 Inch Thin Tapered Handle
  • 7046 Aircraft Alloy
  • BBCOR Certified - Legal For H.S. and College Play
  • Brace Barrel Technology
  • Cushioned Grip
  • Free Shipping!
  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
  • One-Piece Design
Description for Easton Typhoon BBCOR Baseball Bat: BK63
The all new Typhoon is sure to make a splash in the baseball world this season! Designed to combine durability and performance with an unbeatable price, this Typhoon is sure to be in players' bags for years to come. This one-piece fully aluminum bat is made from Easton's high performing 7046 Aircraft Alloy. Easton employs a new technology with the Typhoon, called Brace Barrel. This patent pending technology locates critical points in the barrel to achieve BBCOR compliance while still minimizing swing weight. The result for players is faster swing speeds, and explosive hits. With a cushioned grip on the thin 31/32 Inch tapered handle, the Typhoon gives the player an extremely comfortable and in-control feeling when stepping into the batter's box. Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference. The Typhoon is BBCOR Certified and is approved for play in High School and College Baseball. The Easton Typhoon comes backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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- Jeffrey, Mount Laurel, NJ
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