Pros: Light weight, well balanced
Cons: the vibration is the only flaw
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Pros: Light weight, well balanced
Cons: the vibration is the only flaw
Pros: The cost, the performance, the return policy. I planned to send it back but my son won't let me. It is half the price of similar bats but out performs them. I would give straight 5 stars but only had it for 2 months so too soon to know.
Cons: It doesn't have the sound of another brand of alloy bat.
Cons: My son used the bat for a season and I just didn't think it had zero pop. Balls that flew off another bat, were just soft fly balls. I think this might be a good batting cage bat, but not great for game use.
Pros: I'm a 10 year old kid and I hit it off the wall of a 230 fence
Pros: Player I hit the ball over the fence with this bat nothing is better then this bat
Pros: Looks good. Nice grip and graphics.
Cons: This bat has no pop at all. Got this for my 11 year old son and am very disappointed. Maybe we got a lemon, since the ball sounds like it is coming off a composite bat when my son hits the ball. Very disappointed.
Pros: lots of pop drives ball amazing beautiful feel
Pros: My 10 year old son added a lot of pop from upgrading from an inexpensive clearance bat. The weight has great distribution and overall is a really nice bat.
Cons: Just opinion, but my son doesn't like the grip, too thin, and it has a large sweet spot, but if you don't hit right on it, a good amount of vibration.
Pros: Good pop with this bat for 12U son. Hit three Homers in three tournaments played, but bat developed a flat spot and small dents. Sent back after three tournaments.
Cons: vibration, denting
Pros: My son loves that bat. He has more power than with his previous bat. The vibration is very low and overall, he hits well with this bat. The bat is not composite, but still has great pop.
Cons: none as of now, he has played about 20 games with it.
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Just confirming, the 2017 Anderson Flex - 10 is approved for 2018 little league standards?
Unfortunately, the 2017 Anderson Flex -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL17FLEXXL will not be allowed for USA sanctioned baseball in 2018 (which includes Little League.) It is however, approved for all USSSA baseball.
Will a 2016 flex meet dixie youth baseball guidelines?
As of January 1st, 2018, Dixie Youth Baseball adheres to the new USA bat standard. With that said, the 2016 Anderson Flex will not be approved for play. You can learn all about the USA Baseball rule change here: https://www.justbats.com/bat-resource-guide/usabat-standard/
Can't find many reviews of this bat if any online. Is this a decent bat and good pop out of wrapper? Is it more balanced or end loaded? Looking to use this for 9U travel team.
The 2017 Anderson Flex -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL17FLEXXL is a one piece alloy bat, so it will be hot out of the wrapper with no break in required. The 2017 Anderson Flex -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL17FLEXXL is well balanced, and features a 30 day trial period meaning that if your player isn't satisfied with the bat, you can return it within 30 days of the purchase date.
When hitting, will this bat have the sound of a CAT 7 alloy bat?
The 2017 Anderson Flex -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL17FLEXXL is a one-piece alloy bat much like the Marucci CAT 7. Both bats will make the traditional "ping" sound on impact but whether or not one feels they have similar sound would be one of personal opinion.
What is the difference between the 2017 SL17FLEXXL and the 2015 SL15FLEXXL other than the price and year?
The main difference between the 2017 Anderson Flex -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL17FLEXXL and the Anderson Flex Senior League Baseball Bat: SL15FLEXXL would be the paint scheme as the alloy (AB-9000 compared to P-9000) is not a noticeable difference.
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How does this bat compare to the 2015 DeMarini Voodoo Overlord? That is my son"s favorite all time bat and we are looking for its twin. Would buy a used Overlord, but they are hard to find.
The closest bat DeMarini has right now for a youth player to the Overlord would be the DeMarini Voodoo, not the Voodoo One. The Voodoo One is a one-piece, all alloy design, whereas the Voodoo is a two-piece, hybrid design with an alloy barrel and a composite handle. This is a similar design to the Overlord, with the only difference being the Voodoo is a balanced model while the Overlord was an end-loaded model.
Is this bat legal for our 12 year old league?
The 2017 DeMarini Voodoo One Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVOZ is legal for USSSA baseball. However, if your league is requiring a USA stamp (ie. Little League, Pony, Babe Ruth, etc.) then this will not be allowed for use.
Is this bat legal for the 13 - 14 year old Senior Division of Little League?
No, unfortunately the 2017 DeMarini Voodoo One Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVOZ is not legal for the Senior Division of Little League. The 2 3/4" barrel diameter is too big and it is not BBCOR certified, which is required for all bats in the Senior Division.
How much breaking in will this bat need? Does it have a pretty liberal sweet spot?
The 2017 DeMarini Voodoo One Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVOZ features an alloy barrel and thus does not require a break in period. As for the sweet spot, it will be comparable to other bats on the market.
Is this the replacement for the 2015 Demarini Voodo DXVDZ?
The 2017 DeMarini Voodoo Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVBZ is a one-piece alloy bat.
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