Pros: Previously had the combat G3 great bat with a lot of pop my son loved it. Received my maxum bat took it out let him hit with it , definitely would recommend it lots of Pop.
Cons: None yet
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Pros: Previously had the combat G3 great bat with a lot of pop my son loved it. Received my maxum bat took it out let him hit with it , definitely would recommend it lots of Pop.
Cons: None yet
Pros: Huge sweet spot Great pop Quality Drop -10 is nice for kids with more strength Confidence builder Vibration decent, you will get some when hit on wrong spot with any bat, again sweet spot helps withvibration
Cons: Price Identical, very similar to last years model
Pros: Great POP in the bat with measured swings! Very smooth swing bat.
Cons: Has some vibration when the ball is not hit on the sweat spot.
Pros: this bat is the best bat ever. best pop ever. really durable and awesome designs. And remember go King Kong Baseball, KKB!!!!!!!! And when you hit it in the bad spot no vibration.
Cons: there are no cons
Pros: My 11 year old son is 5â€™3â€ 110 pounds and plays travel ball on a couple different teams across the Midwest. We tried this bat on the recommendation of his Swing Coach. We noticed a lot of pop out of the wrapper. My son has tremendous bat speed so the exit velocity was unreal. Also on the off chance he did have a mishit, the large sweet spot still sent the ball flying. Had seen mention of some sting in the hands, but my son hasnâ€™t complained once about that. But then again the vibration usually happens on mishits. Not sure how it will hold up over the vigorous tournament schedule on tap for this spring but everything so far has been great.
Cons: none so far
Pros: This is our 2nd combat we purchased. We had the 2016 model, and bought the 2017 model. My son LOVES this bat. Has little vibration, and the pop is awesome! Will probably never use any other bat...
Pros: This is the first combat I have ever bought. The bat is pretty good out of the wrapper but after about 250 swings, it gets HOT! I would never spend money on a Zen when I could buy a bat like this for less money with the same pop!
Pros: Excellent balance, grip and unbelievable distance. Son has gone from hitting the fence to hitting the batting cage on other side of the fence. Consistency and confidence is huge with this bat.
Cons: None yet.
Pros: awesome bat. 27/17 swings like a 27/15. huge sweet spot. balanced
Cons: very little vibration
Pros: great bat for 9u baseball!
Pros: feels light swings heavy. my son loves this bat. my son is 4'9" and weighs 70lbs. this bat is hiss new best friend.
Cons: none yet
Pros: My 11 yo son increased his batting average from .250 to .544 in 5 games with this bat. The ball flies off of this bat like a rocket! The large sweet spot is really helping out. Now 4 other kids have ordered the bat and are also seeing the difference.
Cons: No cons as of now.
Pros: My son plays 10u travel ball. He has used the bat in the first two tournaments and hit one out in the second tournament. If you hit the ball well it will go, if you miss hit it, your in trouble. The very end, about 2 inches seems like a dead spot to hit it. Anywhere else your in good shape. I would recommend it. Good confidence builder. Third combat to own and have been please with everyone.
Cons: Stings the hands a little. Mishits on end of bat don't go out of infield.
Pros: really good pop
Cons: the grip
Pros: Massive Sweet Spot Balanced Feels lighter than -10 Pop...Lots of Pop The length of the sweet spot of the barrel is industry defining technology due to the one piece composite as understand. They don't need the extra few inches to weld two pieces together. Also, the pop is legit. My kids say the swing weight feels as light as their -12's, which tells me it has great balance.
Cons: Last 2 inches near the end of bat is a big dead spot. Mishits at that location seam to have even less pop than other bats, at the same locations. But it's made up for in the massive pop in the correct sweet spot of the barrel (which is extremely large. Vibration like at the dead spots (last two inches of bat, and far inside). Can be easily managed with a rubber taper or a rubber vibration knob. The pop from the sweet spots makes you not really care about vibration from a mishit.
Pros: Adding durability to the Pros...sons used this over 21 games, and 2 practices per week now for the entire spring & summer. Also every other week, hitting in the cages. Bat is maybe better now, than ever. Pop is on the same level as the CAT7, which has also alot of pop for a youth bat. Where MAXUM separates itself from the CAT7 is the length of the sweet spot. Maxums sweet spot extends about 2 inches further in toward the handle, which is a massive sweet spot.
Cons: vibration at the very end of the bat. Hit it anywhere else on the barrel and watch it fly. As others have posted. Maybe the last inch or two inches of bat has vibration & dead spot.
Pros: Great pop - My 9 year old son loves this bat. Hot right out of the wrapper. He can't wait to get to bat with this.
Pros: My son was swinging an Easton Mako Beast .. was rolling over all pitches.. hes a smaller frame player and need an evenly loaded bat, unlike the Mako beast.. Hes now a more confident and complete hitter..
Cons: no cons as of yet!
Pros: Good pop. Ball comes off bat fast. My 7 year old son has hit two inside the park homeruns. I don't mean 7 year olds fumbling the ball homeruns I mean hitting the ball over heads and rolling to the 223' part of the field. He has hit a few doubles and numerous singles. He enjoys hitting with this bat. Great bat to gain confidence. After his second homerun he stated, "Dad I'm so proud of myself."
Cons: Seemed to me the bat needed to be broken in. After about 50-100 hits through practice this bat started to perform.
Pros: great pop out the wrapper, my son has been hitting rods since we got him this bat
Cons: non so far
Pros: Grandson loves this bat! Got him a 27/17. He has been using it every week with his hitting lessons and it has good pop, very durable, and most importantly he says it has NO STING. Better get one before they're gone
Cons: No 28/18.
Pros: feels good has great grip Maybe just not the right bat for my son
Cons: No pop at all
Pros: if you dont want to spend a lot of money this is bat for you
Pros: good pop once the bat broke in. you must break every bat in. 100-200 pitches. every since broke my son been hitting to the gate and even a couple home runs.
Cons: not so far
Pros: Great purchase for the first year of kid pitch. My son is 7 and has been hitting well with this bat. He has a hard hit double to the fence in each game this spring. I bought the 27/17 for a seven year old and he feels confident at the plate. The bat has a unique sound to it and i really like it! The entire team is using this bat now. For the price you can't beat it so buy the bat and let your kid make contact and become a better hitter before dropping serious money on a bat.
Cons: For 50 bucks...none!
Pros: Solid feel with good pop right out of the wrapper. Feels lighter than its true weight which is good for us. My son went 3-3 in his first fame with this bat with solid line drives after struggling to make solid contact with his other bats all season. Its given him the confidence we have been lacking so far!!
Cons: None to mention at this point.
Pros: My 7 year old loves this bat and he has not complained at all. I love the smack sound when knocks one to the fence.Great bat!!!
Cons: no cons
Pros: perfect for my kid
Pros: Looks and swings fine, it's just dead. My 8U all star team used this as the team bat to hit heavy balls in warm ups so we didn't mess up anyone's bat that actually has pop. It's not awful and actually hits pretty well for my 4 year old, but the older kids with power...it just doesn't have any.
Cons: Just has no pop. It sounds like hitting with a cardboard box and is just dead.
Pros: My son loved this bat. Has great pop!
Cons: Had dents all over and lost it's pop after just one season. Aluminum seemed to be very thin.
Pros: cheap price, entry bat for a young player
Cons: I have gone through 2 and both lost their pop and sounded hollow after a few hits. You can hear the change. Justbats makes you work with Demarini and they will only replace the bat once. Save you money and buy something else and perhaps from somewhere close to where you live so you can get a better warranty. I would not recommend this purchase.
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Where is the 2017 made from? Is this model still made in Canada as compared to the 2018 being made in China?
The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 was designed in Canada and manufactured in China.
My son currently plays Little League and is on a Travel Team. Could he use this bat for Little League and would he be able to use it next year as well?
The 2017 Combat Maxum -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) is not approved for play in Little League. For 2017, Little League will require all bats to have a 2 1/4" barrel diameter. Starting in 2018 Little League will allow bats to have a 2 5/8" but they must have the new USA Baseball stamp. We are expecting to begin receiving the 2018 bats with the new USA Baseball stamp in early September.
Does this bat meet the new 2018 bat standards for Pony Baseball? Will it have the "USABat" stamp?
No, it will not be legal under the USABat standard next year. Currently there are no bats available that are legal under the 2018 standard. We estimate manufacturers will release those bats around August/September.
How does the 30 day warranty work for the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM? Does the bat still have to be in the wrapper if you don't like it and want to return it?
A bat that features a 30 day guarantee, like the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 currently does, means a customer can use the bat within the 30 days from the purchase date and if they do not like it they can send it back to the retailer for an exchange or refund of their purchase price (even though the bat has been used).
Does this have a BBCOR stamp?
No, the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 does not feature the BBCOR certification. It is only USSSA 1.15 BPF certified.
My son 56 inches tall and weighs 80 lbs. What size bat is recommended?
We would recommend about a 29" length of bat for his size.
Is this the best bat for the buck? Is it a great performer?
The Combat bats are currently all selling for great prices and are great performing bats. The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) is no exception.
what is the difference with the SL7MX110 and the SL7MX210
The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter, and the SL7MX210 features a 2 3/4" barrel diameter.
Can you use this bat in Little League for Juniors?
This 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) would not be allowed in the Junior Division of Little League as it has a composite barrel and USSSA 1.15 BPF certification. If you have a composite barreled bat in the Junior Division, it has to feature BBCOR .50 certification.
What is (-8), (-10), (-12) on a bat? How to select the best bat from my son, he used 31/22 but I don't know negative number on the bat and what it means.
The negative number that you are seeing is the "drop, or length to weight ratio. You get this number by taking the length minus the weight. For example 31-22=9. So your sons last bat was a -9. I hope this makes sense!
My son is 11, 4'10" and 104 lbs. He plays travel. Currently he is swinging a 2016 28"/18 oz MAKO TORQ. I'm looking for the hottest bat option, as well as the best size to suit him. What are your recommendations?
Based upon your player's height and weight, I am thinking he would be able to use a 30"/20 oz size (maybe 29"/19 oz size if you think the jump to 30"/20 oz would be too much). This 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) would be a great option to consider in the 30"/20 oz size. Another great COMBAT to consider would be the 2016 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VIGSL110).
I have twin boys they both weight 90 lbs and are 4'5" in height they have been using Easton bat 29 inch -10 2 1/4. I would like to get them a big barrel in the Combat Maxum. What would you recommend 30 inch -10 -11 -12?
I would probably stick with the same drop they have been using at a -10, that way they can adjust to a bat that's only 1 oz heavier.
Could you tell me the difference between a 2 3/4 barrel and 2 5/8? Which would you recommend? Also, my son has a 27/17 right now. Thinking of either 28/18 or 28/17? What do you recommend?
The main difference is that a 2 3/4" barrel diameter is larger than a 2 5/8" barrel diameter, making the walls a bit thinner than the 2 5/8" version. At higher pitch velocities (65-70) this can cause durability issues. I can't really recommend a size without knowing the rough height and weight of the player.
What does fully composite mean?
"Fully Composite" means that the entire bat is made of composite material, aka the bat, handle, endcap, and knob.
Does this bat have a warranty with Combat not being in business?
The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 does come with a warranty, it will just be handled by us at JustBats.com instead of the manufacturer.
My son currently uses a 2016 26/16 Easton S3 at his Pony League. I'm now looking to upgrade to a 27/17 and was entertaining this bat but wasn't too sure if it's Pony approved.
The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 is approved for Pony League play as it has a barrel diameter of 2 5/8".
What is the difference (other than the color) between the model SL7MX110 and the SL7MX210?
This 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) will feature a 2 5/8" barrel diameter on it while the SL7MX210 features a slightly larger 2 3/4" barrel diameter. That is the difference between the two bats besides the color.
What is difference from maxsl110 2015 Combat Maxum -10 senior league bat and the 2017 Combat Maxum -10 sl7mx110?
The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 features greater swing weight reduction than previous models, making the bat much more balanced.
My son is 4'7", 70 lbs and has been using an Easton S3, 28" -10 for the past two years. Would a 29" be okay, and would it matter if a -10 or -12? How does this bat compare to the Easton S3?
Based on your son's height and weight, a 29 inch bat would be a good size to get. As for the weight, this will depend on the weight of his most current bat and how you and/or his local coaches feel he was/is capable of handling this weight. If the 18 ounce bat felt too heavy then a drop 12 would be a better option. If he was handling the 18 ounce Easton S3 just fine then moving to a 29/19 would be a good route to take. The main differences between the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 and the Easton S3 will be the balance feel and the material used to make the bats. Both bats are one-piece bats with the MAXUM being fully composite and the Easton S3 fully alloy. Although both bats are labeled as balanced bats, the extended barrel of the MAXUM will make this bat more evenly balanced as well as featuring a slightly larger sweet spot.
Would recommend this bat or the 2016 MAKO BEAST -10 big barrel?
It would be tough to say one is better than the other performance wise. The 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 has a little longer barrel which gives it a larger sweet spot, but the MAKO is our best selling bat.
Is this bat legal for Cal Ripken 12u?
Unfortunately, Cal Ripken tournaments require a 2 1/4" barrel diameter, whereas the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110 features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter.
My son is 130 lbs. Plays select ball. What drop is best for him. He usually has a 31" with -10.
If he is comfortable with what he is using I would recommend sticking with a 31"/21 ounce. If that is starting to feel a little bit light your son can move up for a -8.
My son is 5'5" and and a little over 100 lbs. He killed the 31" Maxum drop 10 but felt is was light. Considering a 32" drop 10 or a 31" drop 8 but we can't demo either one. Thoughts on which way to go?
Based on your sons height and weight I would recommend getting the 31"/23oz 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -8 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX108).
What size bat does my son need? He is 13, 5'3" and 110 pounds.
Based on his height and weight, we suggest a 31" model of the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110.
What size would you recommend for an 11 year old boy who is 5'5" and 115 lbs?
Based upon your player's height and weight, my general recommendation for a size of this 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) would be a 31" length bat as long as you feel that you can handle the subsequent 21 oz weight.
My son is playing kid pitch U8 next spring. He used a 26 inch, 15 ounce bat in U7. I'm looking to upgrade to a new 2 5/8 bat for next year. Do you think 27 inch 17 ounce would be too much of jump? Son is about 51 inches and 60 pounds.
It's hard to say for certain without knowing how well he handled the 26" 15oz model he used to have, but I think going up to a 27" 17oz model would be fine, depending on his strength and how much he naturally grows.
Would you recommend this bat in the 29" or 30" for a 10 year old who is 4'7" and 85 lbs?
Based on the players current height and weight, we suggest a 29" model in the 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7MX110.
How would this bat compare to the COMBAT Bubba in regard to barrel length, pop, etc.?
Although the exact technologies that went into the two bats were a little different, this 2017 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7MX110) and the past Bubba models from COMBAT were comparable bats. Both bats featured pretty length barrels and both have received great reviews from customers.
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How does this compare to the newer Voodoo balanced? 26"/16 oz, 2 5/8" barrel. What is a good recommendation for that size?
We have 2 options currently available for a 26"/16 oz bat with a 2 5/8" barrel diameter. They are the 2016 Easton S3 Junior Big Barrel (JBB16S310) and the 2017 DeMarini Voodoo Junior Big Barrel (DXVBX). Both are excellent options.
Will this bat be able to handle a machine pitching at 35 - 40 mph?
Yes, this 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) should be able to withstand machine pitch velocities of 35 -40 mph.
My son is 5 years old, he's about to begin fall ball. I'm looking to get a new bat for this season. I'm just not sure which bat to get. He stands in at 3ft 5in. He weighs 40lbs.
For the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX I would recommend a 26 inch model.
My son just turned 8. He weighs 50 pounds and 3'11". What size bat do you recommend?
Based on your son's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX in a 27 inch model.
Is this bat USA baseball approved for the 2018 Little League season? If not what bat is?
The 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX is not USA approved for the 2018 season. Currently, there aren't any bats out that are legal for the 2018 USA bat rule change. Those bats will be available in the fall of this year.
What size do you recommend for a 10 yr old who is 69 lbs and about 48 inches tall?
For a player of that height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX in a 27 inch model.
What size bat do you recommend for a 6 yr old that weights about 50 lbs?
For a player that is 6 and around 50 lbs we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX in a 26 or 27 inch length (depending on player's height). With his age in consideration, it might be wise to consider a -12 bat.
Is this bat approved for Dixie youth baseball?
The 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX is approved for Dixie youth levels up to Pre-Majors. Once in Pre-Majors a player will have to use a BBCOR bat.
We've only used this bat once, and I expected to hear a "ping" noise on contact, but what we got was more of a crack or pop. I thought this was unusual, but has anyone else experienced this?
This 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) is made with a one-piece, all-alloy design to it which typically produces a "ping" noise at contact. I haven't heard many other complaints in regard to the sound being produced by the bat at contact with a ball. However, if the bat is performing well, I wouldn't let the sound being produced by the bat, keep you from using the bat in practice or games.
(1) What's the difference between the DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) and the DeMarini Vexxum NVS Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY)? (2) Do 2 1/4" bats have longer sweet spots? (3) Do you recommend using a big barrel bat?
(1) This 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) will be a one-piece, all-alloy bat with a 2 5/8" barrel diameter and -10 length-to-weight ratio. The DeMarini Vexxum NVS Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY) is a hybrid bat (alloy barrel and composite handle) with a 2 3/4" barrel and -10.5" length-to-weight ratio. Overall, I think the bats will feel pretty similar in their weighting. Biggest difference in feel will be at contact. This Voodoo will be stiff at contact while the Vexxum will feature flex (due to its 2-piece design). (2) There may be some youth bats (2 1/4" diameter) that have a longer barrel length than some big barrel bats (2 5/8" or 2 3/4" diameter). The general thinking is that the longer the barrel length; the bigger the sweet spot. However, I would not say that as a general rule, the barrel lengths and sweet spots on the youth barrels will be longer than what is on big barrel bats. (3) I always recommend using a big barrel bat if it is allowed because the big barrel bats typically cover up more area of the strike than the youth barrel bats.
Would this bat come with the USSSA stamp?
Yes, the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX has the USSSA stamp on the barrel.
My son is almost 6 and plays coach pitch and T-ball (he has a great skill set and does well). He currently uses a 26" (-10) Easton S3. I'm thinking he may get more bat speed with a shorter bat. (1) Should I get a shorter bat? (2) How does this bat compare with the 2017 Easton S3 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL17S310) - 2 5/8"?
(1) If he did just fine with a 26"/16 oz bat this past year, then I don't think getting him a smaller bat would be a necessary move. I would suggest to probably just stay at that same size. (2) This 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) and the 2017 Easton S3 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL17S310) will both feature an all-alloy build and a 2 5/8" barrel. Overall, I think the bats will have a pretty similar potential for performance.
Can you use this bat in Babe Ruth coach pitch? The 2 5/8", 27" 17 oz -10.
Unfortunately, you are not allowed to use a big barrel in Babe Ruth until the 13-15 year old division. The 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX would not be legal for coach pitch in Babe Ruth.
Is this approved for Little League, 7-U baseball?
This 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) will not be legal for use in the Minor Division of Little league Baseball (7-U). This Voodoo has a 2 3/4" barrel diameter and the Minor Division requires all bats being used to feature a 2 1/4" barrel diameter. Here is a Voodoo model that would be legal for use in the Minor Division: 2016 DeMarini Voodoo RAW Youth Baseball Bat (DXVDL).
Is this bat approved for Little League or do you have any 25 in bats that are approved for Little League that are not tee ball bats?
No, the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat DXVDX is not approved for Little League due to the barrel diameter being 2 5/8". Unfortunately we do not have any 2 1/4" barrel bats in a 25" that are not designed for tee ball.
Is this bat approved for Pony Baseball? I noticed it does not say approved for Pony.
The 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVDX is approved for Pony Baseball. Since this bat has a 2 5/8 inch barrel diameter, is not a drop 3 and will not be featured in a length longer than 35 inches then it will meet the necessary specs for Pony approved play.
My oldest son had a DeMarini Voodoo, and I loved it. Will this bat as good as the CAT 6?
This 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) will compare most similarly to the Junior Big Barrel model of the Cat 6. Both bats will be single-piece, all-alloy bats with balanced swing weights. Overall, it will be hard to compare the bats in regard to performance because the Cat 6 has gotten really impressive reviews, but this Voodoo has yet to receive any feedback on our website.
I am looking for a 26 inch 16 ounce 2 5/8 inch barrel bat for my son. His coach recommended the Easton S3 but I cant find it in the size we need. How does the DeMarini compare to the Easton S3 26 inch 16 ounce 2 5/8 inch barrel? Can my son use the DeMarini for Pony baseball?
Youth big barrel or Senior League models like the 2016 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVDX) do not typically come in that size. Actually, it is the only model we currently have in that size. The 2015 Easton S3 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL15S310) only goes as small as a 28 inch 18 ounce.
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