Pros: This bat is the best bbcor I have ever used. The ball flies off the barrel like crazy. Its also extremely balanced and easy to swing hard with. It can definitely be for a power hitter or a contact hitter. The sound is also awesome. Really everything about this bat is freaken awesome. I recommend this bat to anyone and everyone.
Pros: Being a Contact Hitter, the bat has a bigger sweet spot than my past bats. I don't have tons of power but the pop in this bat is great once you have it broken in. It's a 32/29 and it feels way lighter and is easier to swing than any other 32/29 that I have used. I'd highly recommend this bat.
Cons: None that I can see after using the bat for a little over a month really. Besides, anything off the end of the bat does really shock your hands.
Pros: this bat is an INCREDIBLE bat for contact hitters and power hitters who want a lighter swing weight. I can really get around on faster pitching. Great ding off the bat too! Looks so much better than it did in pictures.
Cons: Bat shows a lot of dirt for minimal use thus far but performance is more important to me!
Pros: I have swung this bat for two years now and it's the best bat I have ever used. I tried switching bats this year but it didn't work. This bat has such a great feel to it and no other bat is even comparable to it. This is the best bat to ever be made. It is light and has insane pop with a great feel to the swing. Demarini needs to continue making the NVS series.
Pros: Great overall bat seems lighter than most 32/29 bats TONS of pop. You can hit dingers without even trying. Easily the best bat I have ever used. I am 14 and I hit a homer about 320 to left center a couple days ago and I feel like I barely swung.
Cons: It stings a little but that's probably because I get jammed a lot.
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My 14 yo son is 5'7", 105 lbs, and mostly a contact hitter. Last year he was quite a bit smaller, and had a lot of success with the Vexxum NVS 31/21, but he has grown about 10" since then. What size/weight bat do you recommend? Is there a specific bat you'd recommend? He plays Babe Ruth 13-15.
Asked by MomOf#34
Given your player's specifications, I would recommend a 31" bat. In Babe Ruth 13-15 I believe you are allowed to use either a USA or BBCOR bat with the drop weight of your choice. However, with your son being 14 now and getting close to having to use a BBCOR bat, I think this DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC would be a great choice.
Would this be a good bat for a 15 year old that is 6â€™1â€, over 200 lbs, and has power?
Asked by jay dawg
The DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is a great option for both contact and power hitters alike. This model features a balanced swing weight with a hybrid design (alloy barrel and composite handle).
(1) What is the difference between the alloy on the Vexxum (x12) versus the alloy on the Voodoo (x14)? (2) Is the barrel longer in the Voodoo than the Vexxum?
Asked by nflow
(1) DeMarini does not really differentiate much between the X12 alloy on the Vexxum and the X14 alloy on the Voodoo. (2) Yes, the Voodoo Barrel Length should be longer than the barrel length on the Vexxum.
Is this bat allowed in Babe Ruth 15U?
Asked by Sully
The DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC can be used in Babe Ruth 15U.
Which bat is better the DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC or the Louisville Slugger Prime 917 BBCOR Bat 2017 (-3)?
Asked by eddie
Both the DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC and the LS Prime 917 BBCOR bats are great options to consider. The DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is a two-piece hybrid design while the Prime 917 is a fully composite model. The swing weight and vibration reduction capabilities of the Prime 917 will have a slight edge. The Vexxum meanwhile will be more game ready out of the wrapper due to its alloy barrel. This bat will also have better durability in colder weather. With the strict performance regulations that are placed on all BBCOR models it would be tough to say whether either of these bats will have a better ability to outperform the other.
I'm 5 ft 11 in and 190 lbs. I bat 3 or 4 hole. Would you recommend this bat or the MAKO BEAST?
Asked by magic
Both the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC and the Easton MAKO BEAST are balanced models featuring a two-piece design. The main difference would be the MAKO BEAST being fully composite while the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is a hybrid design featuring an alloy barrel and composite handle. We would recommend getting the bat that suits your preference with regards to barrel material construction and the size to get would be a 33 inch 30 ounce.
My son is 14 yrs old and going to be a freshman in the fall. He's 5'10" 180 lbs and is mostly a contact hitter with occasional power. He has used the Easton MAKO the past 2 yrs, but was looking for maybe something new. What would you guys recommend?
Asked by thatguy69
Based on your player's height and weight, we would recommend getting a 33 inch model. If you feel the player would benefit more from a 32 inch bat based on his age then that is certainly a viable option as well. As for the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC, this a great option to consider. This bat has a hybrid construction with an alloy barrel and composite handle.
I'm trying to decide on either the Vexxum or Areo Burner, which one is a better choice for a 6'2 160 pound kid?
Asked by Xvd
Both of those are going to be great options but I would lean towards the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) in the 32"/29 ounce for you.
Can I get the DXVXC in 30" and the BBRV3 in 29"
Asked by Don
It looks like we only have the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC available in a 33" size, and we only have the BBRV3 in 32" or 33" options.
Is this more of a power hitter bat?
Asked by PhillieBaseball
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is an extremely balanced bat, and it is typically considered more of a contact hitters bat as a result.
Is this a composite bat and if it is, will I need to break it in?
Asked by qwertyuiop\
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat DXVXC is a two-piece hybrid design. It will feature an alloy barrel and a composite handle. The Vexxum will be game-ready right out of the wrapper.
My son is 14 and weighs 103 lbs and is 49 inches; will be a freshmen starting in August. What bat and bat size do you recommend (he's a left-handed hitter)?
Asked by Jess305
Based on your son's height and weight, as well as his age, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC in a 30 inch 27 ounce model.
My son is 5'11", 163 pounds, 14 years old, will be 15 in September and going to be a freshman in August. What size bat do I need to get him for high school ball?
Asked by Jaxsrose
Based on his size, we would suggest the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC in the 33" 30oz. size.
My grandson is 5'8", 120 pounds, 14 years old, will be 15 in July and going to be a freshman at the end of May. What size bat do I need to get him for high school ball?
Asked by JL
When factoring in the player's height and weight as well as the age of the player, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC in a 31 inch model.
Can this bat be used in Pony league?
Asked by Richard
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC can be used in Pony League
I am 6'2" and 230 lbs. I hit 3-hole as well. Is this a good bat for me and what size should I swing?
Asked by bigcat
If you like a balanced feeling bat with a hybrid build, then yes, I would recommend this 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC). Based upon your height and weight, I would recommend a 34"/31 oz bat for you.
I am 5'8" and swing for contact. Is this a good bat? How is the pop?
Asked by alextrev
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC has an extremely balanced swing weight and it is an excellent option for a contact hitter. It is a very good performing bat and has just as much pop as any other BBCOR bat on the market.
I am 5'9" and 174 lbs and am a contact hitter. Will this bat be Ok for me? Which length should I choose?
Asked by baldie27
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC has a two-piece balanced design and it is a great option for a contact hitter. Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 32" model.
I am 5'7" and 130 lbs. What length and weight should I swing?
Asked by IhitBaseKnocks
Based on your height and weight, the best length to get the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC in is a 31''. All BBCOR bats are going to a -3, so you would be best suited for a 31'' and 28 oz.
I am 5'10" and 220 lbs. I typically hit for power (mostly for extra base hits). (1) What type of bat would you recommend if I wanted more power or (2) if I wanted to hit for contact?
Asked by thunderbird22
Based upon your height and weight, I would recommend looking to a 33"/30 oz BBCOR bat. (1) If you were wanting to get a DeMarini BBCOR bat with a bit of an end-load that may help increase your power, I would recommend looking to a bat like the 2017 DeMarini CF Insane End Load BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXCIC). That bat has more mass in the barrel and if the extra mass can be swung effectively, then you would be able to hit the ball further. (2) If you want a bat with more of a balanced swing weight, then I would recommend this 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) as it is balanced swinging and can be controlled easily through the strike zone by any type of hitter.
If we bought this bat and didn't like it, could we return it and get our money back?
Asked by dingers
As long as the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC remains unused and in brand-new condition, we can accept it back at any time for either a full refund or exchange.
Is this bat balanced?
Asked by dinger city cade
Yes, the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is going to be a balanced bat. The NVS alloy used in the barrel creates the lightest swing weight possible.
How many seasons can I get out of this bat?
Asked by jddkieoxj
While the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC has proven to be a durable bat, the durability of a bat can never be guaranteed or estimated. It does come with a 12-month manufacturer's warranty in the event that your bat becomes defective in that time frame.
Is this bat geared more towards power hitters or contact hitters?
Asked by chris baseball
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC has a two-piece balanced design and it is best suited for contact hitters.
I am looking for a new bat and this upcoming season we need to use BBCOR. I am stuck between 3 bats. Either this NVS Vexxum or Voodoo or Louisville 716. I used the same Voodoo Overlord the last two years as a power hitter. I still want something quick and solid that is aluminum or hybrid. Which bat would you recommend me? I'm 13, 5'6'' and 135 lbs power hitter.
Asked by Jack
All of the bats would be great options if you are looking for a hybrid design. They all are a little different, which may help your decision. The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC will feature the two-piece hybrid design, with the balanced swing weight. The 2016 DeMarini Voodoo RAW BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVDC will a two-piece hybrid design as well, but with a full end loaded swing weight. Lastly, the 2016 Louisville Slugger Select 716 BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBS7163 will also feature the two-piece hybrid design, but with a slightly end loaded swing weight. If you are looking for an end loaded bat, I would recommend the Voodoo Raw. If you are looking for a balanced swing weight, then I would recommend the Vexxum. Whereas, the Select 716 offers you a bat that is in the middle of the two other options.
I am deciding between this and the Louisville Slugger 716. I am in BBCOR and I am about 5'4"/5'3" 110 lbs and a contact type hitter. Which of these bats should I chose? I play spring and fall travel so I would like my bat to last.
Asked by Quinn
Both the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC and the LS 716 BBCOR would be good bats to consider. The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC and the LS 716 are two-piece hybrid bats featuring a composite handle with an alloy barrel. Generally, contact-type hitters will prefer a two-piece bat with a balanced swing weight. The LS 716 will feature more of an end-loaded swing weight and so it may be better for you to go with the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC in a 30 inch 27 ounce model.
What are the colors on this bat?
Asked by johnny baseball
This 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) has colors of blue, white and gold.
I'm deciding between this 2016 Vexxum and the 2016 Rawlings VELO. Which offers more durability and pop?
Asked by James
Based upon customer reviews, you'll see that both bats being considered will have excellent ratings in regard to durability and performance. However, the number of reviews we have on the VELO greatly outnumbers the reviews left on this 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC). In regard to the volume of reviews received, I would have to give the VELO the slight nod for both categories over the Vexxum at this point.
What's the difference between this and last years Vexxum?
Asked by dylan
The biggest noticeable difference between the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC and the DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC (2015 model) is going to be cosmetics. That is typically the first noticeable difference in bats from year to year. However, the biggest difference in performance and structure is going to be the sweet spot. The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is going to feature a bigger sweet spot, in comparison to the 2015 model.
My son is about 5'6" or 5'7" and weighs about 160 lbs. He is not a power hitter, but can hit ball. Is this a good bat for him?
Asked by C-BO
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is an excellent option for the type of hitter that your player is. Based on his height and weight, we suggest a 32" model.
Is this a good bat for power hitters?
Asked by KwFoley
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC is a two-piece, balanced bat which is generally preferred by contact hitters. Power hitters tend to gravitate towards using one-piece or end-loaded bats.
What is the difference between the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR and the 2015 model?
Asked by L
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC features DeMarini's new X12 Alloy that allows for optimal strength and flex. It also has their Big D End Cap that helps both absorb vibration and keep the swing weight low.
I have swung the CF5 31 inch 28 ounce and it feels reasonably light and I like swinging it. Would you recommend that bat or a Vexxum? I am a smaller guy who doesn't produce a lot of power and I am looking for a light fast bat. Is this bat a little more tricky to hit the ball with a smaller barrel than the CF series?
Asked by lg678
The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) is well balanced like the DeMarini CF5 BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXCFC) but it does feature a slightly smaller barrel for a bit smaller sweet spot. Which one would be better would depend on your preference. Both are great bats.
Why doesn't DeMarini make a 28" or 29" BBCOR Vexxum? Junior high school baseball rules dictate that if a player wants to use a 2 5/8" barrel bat, it has to be a drop -3, otherwise they have to use a 2 1/4" barrel bat with no drop restriction. However, the smaller players who can't swing a 27 oz or heavier bat are at a disadvantage by having to swing a small barrel bat. For smaller players who could swing a 25 or 26 oz bat, there are no choices, other than the Louisville Slugger Omaha which comes in a 29" drop -3. I would buy a 28" or 29" drop -3 Vexxum immediately if it was available.
Asked by Central Illinois
Getting BBCOR bats like the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) certified with BBCOR approval is a lengthy, difficult, and costly process and getting a bat that size certified as a -3 is very difficult to achieve while still maintaining the same performance characteristics of the larger bats. BBCOR certification was originally intended for high school and collegiate play as players get bigger and stronger and face faster pitching. Since that time, some middle school play has instituted this rule as well but it is not universal across the board. It has been a process for bat companies to try to react to this trend and account for these unforeseen players starting to use the bats. Because BBCOR bats weren't originally intended for that style of use, they are not widely produced smaller than 31 inches. However, they are starting to produce more smaller sizes. It just may take time for it to become more common.
I am thinking about getting the 2016 Vexxum NVS BBCOR, bat but the shorter barrel worries me. As a power hitter, should I think about something else like the Voodoo Raw, CF7, CF8?
Asked by terminator
While the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR (DXVXC) can and has worked well for power hitters, some of them do prefer their bat to have a more end loaded feel to them like the DeMarini Voodoo RAW has.
What is so much better about the 2016 DeMarini CF8 BBCOR baseball bat that makes it $250 more than the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat?
Asked by King Rog
The composite material in the barrel of the 2016 DeMarini CF8 BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXCFC) explains the price difference compared 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC). Composite material is more expensive to work with and requires more manufacturing steps so they are always higher priced than alloy barrel bats like the Vexxum.
Alloy barrel bats are hot out of the wrapper and do not require any break-in to perform. Composite barrel bats will need a short break-in period (usually 100-150 swings of soft toss or tee work while rotating the barrel) to reach the performance potential you would want. The trade off is that while alloy bats tend to dull or dent over time and lose performance, composite bats will get hotter and hotter over time until they eventually fail. The way they age differently allows composite bats to usually last in their peak performance longer than alloy barrel bats do.
I am looking at bats and I am going to choose either the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat, or the 2016 Louisville Slugger Omaha 516 BBCOR Baseball Bat. Which bat would you recommend for me? I am more of a contact hitter, not a power hitter.
Asked by tmoff285
Either the 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVXC) or the 2016 Louisville Slugger Omaha 516 BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBO5163) should work well for a contact hitter. If you like the flex and sting protection of a two=piece design, I would go with the Vexxum. If you like a stiffer feel for more control, I would recommend the Omaha.
Two years before founder Ray DeMarini started his 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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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
NVS Barrel Design - Creates the Lightest Swing Weight Possible
Hybrid, Two-Piece Design
C6 Composite Handle - Provides Handle Stability and Responsiveness
X12 Alloy Barrel - Optimal Strength and Flex
Big D End Cap - Absorbs Vibration / Keeps Swing Weight Low
Lowest BBCOR MOI in DeMarini Lineup
Expanded Sweet Spot (vs. Original NVS)
Legal For Play In Intermediate (50-70) & Junior League Divisions Of Little League
Description for DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVXC
BALANCE + CONTROL + SPEED - The 2016 DeMarini Vexxum NVS.
The Vexxum NVS, the lightest-swinging aluminum bat in DeMarini's lineup, is all about generating bat speed and gaining complete control over the barrel. With a hybrid, two-piece construction, the X12 Alloy barrel and C6 Composite handle work together to create the perfect amount of flex, forgiveness, and an ultra-responsive hitting surface. The NVS Vexxum has more pop than ever as DeMarini was able to expand the sweet spot within the same barrel length - which can be the difference between getting a base knock or finding the pocket of a fielder's outstretched glove. With the Vexxum NVS, the only thing faster than the swing speeds you will generate will be how fast the ball leaves the park.
The DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR Baseball Bat: WTDXVXC features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter, -3 length to weight ratio, BBCOR Certification for High School and Collegiate Play, and is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Pick yours up today at JustBats.com - where the shipping is always free, and we're here for you from Click To Hit! DeMarini: Power To The Players!