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2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4
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Glowstick by Brett
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  • Pop
  • General Feel
  • Durability
  • Vibration

Pros: I will say, I usually don't necessarily like composite bats, but I had the chance to demo a 33" Quatro and gave it a shot. To me, many comps seem to be so balanced that I lose some of the feel of the barrel. So I've really only purchased alloy. Wouldn't say it's "ultra-light", but I felt the bat getting through the zone easily. Just balanced enough. Long barrel / big sweet spot and lighter weight like any quality comp. The "Quatro Collar" definitely does its job. Pitches hit a little too far toward the handle or toward the end cap won't ring your hands at all, but it gives enough feedback so that you know you didn't quite get all of it. When you square one up, you can feel the slightest amount of flex which I like a lot. Really good performance right out of the wrapper.

Cons: (Pros Cont.) - Kind of a small thing, but I like this grip. Not too thin like others. Those black shapes on the grip aren't just printed; they're cut-out from the rest of it. After some swings and my hands getting a little sweaty, I noticed that the little "holes" really helped keep my hands on the bat without slipping (I don't wear gloves). After about 100-150 swings, I didn't find a reason yet to give this one anything but a 5 out of 5.

Bat in insanely good!!!!!!!!! by Anthony
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  • Pop
  • General Feel
  • Durability
  • Vibration

Pros: Easily got an extra 25-30 feet Perfectly Balanced No Vibration even off the handle

Cons: Other then the price NONE

lower-level bat by J_Spauld
  • Overall Rating
  • Vibration
  • Durability
  • General Feel
  • Pop

Pros: The quatro has a skinny handle and allows for whip throw the zone. The inner wall does not collide with the outer wall if you have a slower/medium bat speed and arent facing 90 mph pitching. I recommend this bat for middle school and JV players. The 5150 and Velo are much more effective for Varsity and college level play. The thing that bewilders me is that i have seen a couple of UVA baseball players hit with this bat.

Cons: my bat speed is 85-90 mph and most pitchers i face will have a fastball of at least 85 mph, this combination of speed does not mesh well with my style of playing consdering that the Quatro has an inner wall and outter wall, if the two walls do not collide it simulates hitting with the old BESR bats. The walls collide basically every at-bat for me.

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  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio
  • BBCOR Certified - Approved for High School and Collegiate Play
  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Rawlings' First Ever Composite BBCOR Baseball Bat
  • Quatro Collar - Absorbs and Deflects Any Sting
  • Tru-View Technology Reveals 100% Carbon Fiber Composition
  • Carbon Fiber Composite Barrel - Provides Optimum Pop and Distance
  • Vibration Dampening Technology (VDT) - Creates Smooth Feel At Impact
  • Ultimate Flex - Accelerates Speed Through Contact
  • Balanced Swing Weight
  • Legal For Play In Intermediate (50-70) & Junior League Divisions Of Little League
My son is a high school baseball player that has now cracked 2 of the Quatro bats in the last year. He loves the bat but I really do not want to continuously deal with trying to replace bat with warranty. Luckily it was still under warranty. Is this a problem with this bat? Is there another bat just like it but with better durability? Asked by Tim

It would be hard for us to say whether there is a durability issue with the 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 as we do not handle the warranty claims on these bats and thus do not inspect them. As for something that would be similar, there is the LS Prime 918, Easton Ghost X, and DeMarini CF Zen. Cameron Expert

I am 5'11" and 155 pounds. I can't decide between the 2018 Demarini Voodoo Insane and this bat. I am a power hitter that bats fourth in the line up. Which bat would you recommend has more pop? What size should I get? Asked by Jacob

Given your specifications, I would recommend swinging something along the lines of a 32" 29oz bat. The 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 is going to offer you a balanced swing weight compared to the end loaded swing weight of the Insane. I would not necessarily say that one bat has more "pop" than the other as they are each held to the same performance standard. End loaded bats do typically provide a little bit more on contact, assuming bat speed has not been compromised but they are tougher to control than a balanced bat. Furthermore, power hitters have been successful with each type of swing weight. Tyler Expert

My son is 5'6 and 115 pound freshman. He is a contact hitter with good strength for his weight. He has the Velo now and likes it, but likes the power of the Quatro he tried. Does the Quatro have more power and would it be a better bat to add or buy another Velo. Asked by Murphy

It would be hard for me to say that one bat has more power than the other. However, the two-piece design of the 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 causes a whip-like action through the swing zone and results in more inertia and power for your player. I would recommend the 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 in a 30 or 31 inch. Dan Expert

New for 2017! The Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4, also known as the 'Glowstick,' has finally arrived! Performance, flex, balance, and distance are the four parts that make up the Quatro. Imagine over 25,000 hours of drawing, prototyping, testing and drawing some more. The Rawlings development team never settles and has put in the work required to produce a perfect bat. This is the first time ever that Rawlings has launched an all composite BBCOR baseball bat. Not because they couldn't, but because they wanted to wait until the design was perfected. Rawlings has evolved to become the leader in cutting edge bat technology and there is not a single inch of this baseball bat without technology. It all starts with the Tru-View Technology which allows you to visualize your performance. Rawlings has peeled back the curtains to show you exactly what is in each model. The 100% carbon fiber composite material produces optimum pop and an increased ball flight. Not to mention, the innovative Quatro Collar and the Vibration Dampening Technology (VDT) creates a smooth feel at impact by absorbing and deflecting any sting. In addition to that, ultimate flex between the handle and the barrel accelerates speed through contact. This Quatro is an absolute game changer that is ahead of its class and unmatched on the field! Champions Choose Rawlings!

This 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 features a -3 length to weight ratio, a 2 5/8 inch barrel diameter, and the BBCOR certification which makes it legal for play at the high school and collegiate level. Furthermore, it is backed by a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty. Buy your very own Quatro today with our fast, free shipping!

2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat
2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat

I was very happy with the great price I got for the bats that I ordered, and the fast and friendly great customer service response to my questions. The bats arrived in excellent condition 1 day after I place my order. I was very happy with the immediate response of any questions I submitted to customer service.

Bryce, Sioux City, IA