Pros: Loved It from the 1st swing.. I make better contact than I did with my previous bat (which is way lighter).. I'm a contact batter and I love the sound and feel I get hitting liners with this bad boy.. Way more better than what It's priced for.. A must have for any arsenal..
Cons: None.. I like It so much I sometimes sleep with It.. :-P
Cons: Bought this bat and it stinks! The ping is horrible especially when the ball slowly bounces off the bat. I am a power hitter and have used many bats. Even though it is inexpensive it is not worth buying! Wish I could have given it a better review.
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I play 16 in softball a couple guys have the debeer clincher bat, I'm not to excited about it being top heavy I understand that it is end loaded. Is this worth a bit more balanced in weight?
Asked by Chino
The Worth Toxic Reload: SBRLDA Slow Pitch has just a slight endload, and will be a little more balanced in feel than the Clincher.
What is the difference between the Worth Toxic Reload: SBRLDA Slow Pitch and the Worth EST: SBESTW Slow Pitch when hitting a 12 clincher? Which one would you recommend?
Asked by mark
The main difference is the Worth EST is a two-piece bat, whereas the Worth Toxic Reload is a one-piece bat. The EST features the EST exterior shell which will make it more durable and higher performing. Here is a link to further compare the two bats.
I currently own a Worth Insanity. A fellow player owns a Worth Blade, that seems to have more end load. How does the Toxic compare with those two models?
Asked by BobbyinBryan
The Reload is going to be end loaded and feel most like the Worth Blade. An endloaded bat is preferred by power hitters.
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Description for Worth Toxic Reload Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SBRLDA
Worth introduces the distinguished quality of the Toxic series in an affordable design! The Toxic Reload is designed for players that are all about getting the best value for their hard-earned dollar. This bat is constructed with a one-piece, 100% aluminum design. With a 0.5 oz endload, the Toxic Reload is made for players that like a little extra momentum behind their swing. The Toxic Reload features Worth's Whiplash Technology that creates a 30% thinner taper than other brands. This reduces the bat's swing weight and increases the player's swing speed to boost performance to a whole new level. The Toxic Reload also features Worth's X-Tended Sweetspot that is made possible by extending the barrel 1"-2" in length, creating the largest sweetspot in an aluminum slow pitch bat. With a Silencer Grip, the Toxic Reload will give players a comfortable, consistent and sting-free swing every time they step up to the plate. Worth: Performance Through Technology! This bat is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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