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Features

  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio

  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • BBCOR Certified - Approved for H.S. and Collegiate Play

  • Free Shipping!

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Taper Ring Technology

  • Two-Piece Hybrid Design

  • Thickness Tuned

  • SC4 Alloy Barrel

  • TR3 Strut Composite Handle

  • ION V End Cap

  • Half and Half Technology Makes YOU Stronger

Description

Last year's best selling BBCOR bat is back with an impressive new design and mind-blowing new graphics! The Voodoo's supremacy begins at the handle where DeMarini introduces a new composite material this season called TR3 Strut Composite. With TR3, DeMarini seeks to replicate the triangular structure of a crystal, as that is what helps make crystals one of the toughest and most stable compounds on earth. TR3 Composite is strong, stable, and predictable - without any unnecessary weight. This handle is designed to efficiently transfer power from your hands to the barrel giving players balance and consistency with every swing. The barrel of the Voodoo is constructed with DeMarini's SC4 Alloy. This alloy provides a thickness tuned wall that extends the entire length of the barrel contributing to a wickedly hot and insanely durable sweetspot! The Voodoo also gets help from DeMarini's newest technology, called Taper Ring, that allows BBCOR bats to perform at the very top of the standard. Weight placement closer to the taper rather than in the barrel allows DeMarini to maintain the integrity of the sweetspot and keep swing speeds at their fastest! DeMarini: Insane Dedication to Performance! The Voodoo is BBCOR Certified and legal for high school and collegiate play. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

Reviews (216)

Average Ratings Based on 216 Customer Reviews

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Mr Dunlap

Pros: Very impressive BBCOR bat! The pop off of this thing is just as good as the 2011 BESR Voodoo!

Cons: None so far.

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Blayne W.

Pros: Great bat.... Has a cool sound.... Also has sweet graphics

Cons: none

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VOODOO

Pros: Very scary looking bat. The looks though are just as sinister as the pop from this bat. Balance is great and doesn't feel as endloaded as most BBCOR bats do. Love the half ounce lengths and weights

Cons:

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Slugger

Pros: Bat Balance. Bat Grip. Ball flies off this bat just like a BESR bat. Make sure when you first use it spread out you hits on the bat. Bat design.

Cons: Just one minor thing I don't like bats with deep inbeded end caps but I don't like this ones end cap either it sticks out to much. But nothing really major.

Was this review helpful? 5 7
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Cavender

Pros: Amzing pop like the besr voodoo, grip is thicker than normal but soft and strong,one of the few bbcor bats with the ping noise, great bat.

Cons: It will be envied.

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Danny Z.

Pros: Great balence, nice grip, nice feel to the bat. Just got the bat and went two for three with hard line drives

Cons: I think in my own opinion that you can deffently tell the difference between BESR and BBCOR. it doesnt have as much jump of the bats as the besr. but that is how it was supposed to be made. the bat does scrath easy.

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shady

Pros: Bat has more pop than my bamboo wood bat that I love. Good balance,grip and great paint job.

Cons: none yet

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SRslammers14's

Pros: Great pop and has a HUGE hitting zone. i got jammed and it sent the ball to the outfield for a bloop single. I was nervous about this bat at first but it was worth the money. Feels like the red BESR voodoo to me! best bbcor by far!!!!!!

Cons: scratches easily.... who cares

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Medarini

Pros: Great look, sound, balance. The M2M has the same balance and pop for $50 less. If you have three hundred bucks this is the bat you need. It will intimidate any pitcher when you step up to the plate.

Cons: None

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Anonymous

Pros: Great BBCOR bat. probably the best on the market right now. a lot of guys on my team are shocked to see the half sizes which is also very col! love the bat, great pop, low vibration. all around, great bat.

Cons: none

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Wolfpack15

Pros: My son just got this bat for summer ball and loves it. It's a little different feel, but that was expected,moving into high school ball. Awesome paint scheme.

Cons: Paint scratches easily

Was this review helpful? 5 6
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Coach

Pros: Excellent weight distribution. The ball explodes of the barrel in an obvious large sweet spot. Hitting the ball to all fields is naturally reinforced by the driving power up and down the barrel. Never feel like your giving something up by going the other way on outside pitches.

Cons: High demand will keep prices high until something better comes out.

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mike

Pros: Great bat. very balanced feel. paint job looks awesome. This bat has some serious pop.

Cons: takes a little time to break in

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Hitter

Pros: This bat has great pop. If you want to improve your contact and hitting, get this bat. Great bat!!!!!!

Cons: Paint scratches easy.

Was this review helpful? 4 5
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senor beisbol1

Pros: great bbcor bat. best pop of all bbcor bats ive seen. ball still flies off the bat

Cons: bbcor bat. a little less pop then the besr bats but the bat doesnt make the hitter

Was this review helpful? 3 8
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Batman

Pros: This bat has great balance. The half composite,half aluminum alloys for great balance and pop. The look is amazing and the grip is phenomenal. This is definately the next bat I'm getting. I'm amazed that it is BBCOR approved with such power and balance.

Cons: None and probably never will be.

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the general captian comando

Pros: the bat has really nice pop right out of the box and is perfectly balanced

Cons:

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Ultimatum

Pros: I used to be an Easton person but now Easton has let me down. Demarini has stepped up to the challenge and has blown me away. They are now producing such high quality bats that they are now the only bats I will buy. This bat has great balance, power, and obviously the coolest looking bat out there. This is the bat at the top of the market. Get the VOODOO!

Cons: There will Never be a problem with this bat.

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E. M. Dukes#00

Pros: Right out the wrapper into the playing field, nice shots and different sound. Sick wicked design. Way better than any Surge or Omaha. Kids on the team had to try it. Love it...

Cons: Too soon to tell, just had it for day.

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SwingMan

Pros: Good Grip, Sweet Graphics. Good POP for BBCOR really isnt there anymore. It is the best BBCOR i have swung better then the omen, and surge. Cool Sound

Cons: Slightly Top Heavy Better than most BBCORs. Compared to all other previous Voodoos this one is definately a few steps down on performance. Small Sweet Spot. Stings Bad if not hit solis on the sweet spot. Also my bat speed is much slower with this bat than all of my BESR bats.

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Rek0104

Pros: Looks awesome, more sizes available than standard 32,33,34. More centered sweet spot than the white voodoo.

Cons: Doesn't feel good at all and is out performed by the other white Voodoo.

Was this review helpful? 3 21
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A real review

Pros: Very well balanced. Performs as advertised. Decent pop, even for a BBCOR bat. If you have the money, I would reccomend this bat. Glad it's made in USA. p.s. Most fears over using BBCOR bats are psychological. If you start out thinking you'll hate the new bats, you will. Have a positive attitude and make the bast of the BBCOR standard

Cons: When UPS dropped off the bat, the box had massive dents and look as though it had been kicked up the front steps to the door. Luckily, the bat didn't dent or get scratched. Just goes to show the duribility of the Voodoo I guess.

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TXRangers32

Pros: Great pop, nice sound off the bat, comfortable grip, cool graphics on the barrel. I recommend this bat to everyone that needs a quality bat in HS and/or College play.

Cons: The grip came apart within 10 minutes of use at the batting cage, but an easy fix

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power hitter. 12

Pros: Greatest pop i have used with a bbcor bat. Great handling. Great bat for all power hitters that want to hit the ball far and over the fence.

Cons: Non what so ever.

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Ben

Pros: It feels pretty good swinging it, evenly balanced. Out of all the bbcor bats I've swung, this has the most "pop"

Cons: while it has good pop for a bbcor, the 2011 besr voodoo has a lot more pop on the ball

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KUwalkon11-12

Pros: Good Pop Nice Look I got this bat a couple days ago it hits great and the ball jumps off the bat

Cons: None

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MoJo

Pros: Awesome bat... Ball really travels off it. Graphics are cool. The sound of the ball off the bat is just like wood...doesn't have a metal sound

Cons: None so far

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bryce#22

Pros: Will hit the ball hard if you square it up and hit it on the sweet spot, almost like a BESR. If you miss it is not going far. It is one of the best if not the best BBCOR.

Cons: It is a little more end loaded than BESR Voodoo and therefore slows bat speed a little

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demarinidad

Pros: When my 15 year old got this bat it seemed to have good pop in the cage, but in the field you could see ball was not traveling as far as with the old bats. I thought the homeruns were over with, but surprisingly he hit one out on a 320' field with this bat.

Cons: Sound. When my son hit the above mentioned home run the bat made very little sound, just a dull thud. Sometimes if you hit it right on the sweet spot it makes a decent sound. Sweet spot is small.

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Batobssesion

Pros: The looks are cool. The end weight gives the bat momentum when you swing the bat.

Cons: Horrible pop compared to other bbcor's like the new marucci, demarini cf5, and easton power brigade series. Personally, I hate end loaded bats so it didn't suit me unfortunately.

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Big time Stick

Pros: I have used the new Easton power brigade and the Voodoo is BY FAR the BEST BBCOR BAT ON THE MARKET!!!!!!It has Great pop and the ball jumps off the bat. You don't even feel the bbcor effect

Cons: kind of barrel heavy but doesn't have much effect at all

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Austin

Pros: Big sweet spot, good pop for a BBCOR bat, like the half sizes,like the balance, good price compared to all the comp bats. No annoying ping like some of the other bats.

Cons: Graphics a bit much for me but has nothing to do with performance. Everybody want to use it.

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bryce

Pros: Great pop. Anything that hits off the middle of the sweet spot is going a long way. Large barrel. This bat is very well balanced and swings faster than most other bats. The grip is high quality

Cons: The new Easton speed series is the only bbcor bat that I can get a better swing speed with

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Anonymous

Pros: Heck of a bat. I've always loved using Voodoo's and this is the best. It's light and I've got great bat speed with it, one of the very few BBCOR's that have that ping

Cons: NONE

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beastboy

Pros: This bat has great pop. The ball just flies off of it and the sweet spot is huge

Cons: NONE!!!

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Anonymous

Pros: Big bat head, nice graphics, ball goes if you can square it up.

Cons: All of the weight is in the barrel and handle flex is not stiff at all. Doesn't really matter what bat you use. Balls that are squared up jump same off this bat as they do on the 5150 and new Eastons. its a matter of feel. if you like endloaded and a lot of handle flex this is good. If you prefer a stiff flex (like me) then this is not recommended.

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prodigy9

Pros: love everything about this bat. what some people in these reviews dont get, is that obviously it wont have as much pop as a BESR would because the new BBCOR bats have to be more like wood for safety issues.

Cons: none

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BravesFan

Pros: Good Pop and a little better balance than last years model. I would say it is the best alloy bat I have tried. It felt better than the 5150, Rip it, and just as good as most of the alloys in the power brigade (S1 excluded)

Cons: I have the 2011 model and had an opportunity to demo this one. I will give DeMarini props on a little better balance. However, the bat still has the same bad feel on contact. In my opinion after sampling most of the BBCOR bats composite is the way to go. I haven't been a big composite fan but after trying the prototype, omaha, all of the power brigade (6 bats), Voodoo, and 5150 I have come to believe the Easton S1 or XL1 is the way to go. I believe it is $100.00 better than the Voodoo. However, if you do like the new alloy feel in BBCOR then I would recomend this.

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baseball guy

Pros: great bat, has great pop and is very balanced cool paint job.

Cons: price

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LoMoMarlins

Pros: I gave this bat to my nephew, and he gave it back, cuz it didn't have good pop. I later got him an xl1, and I will never buy any thing from demarini.

Cons:

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Manteno

Pros: I have this bat and it is great it has the pop of a full composite bat and feels amazing in your hands it will be the best bat untill they come out with the 2013 version

Cons:

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Buccs28

Pros: BEST BBCOR bat out there. Has the best pop for BBCOR and hasn't let me down yet. Reasonably priced for the amazing results.

Cons: Absolutely none whatsoever!!! Great job DeMarini, You never fail

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cquinn20

Pros: great pop, great feel, not top heavy, awesome designs, the best BBCOR to buy, and great price for what u get out of it

Cons: only one little problem the grips not that long so u cant really choke up if needed to

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grizzlybear

Pros: amazing bat. got great pop and ping sound very good bat. i recommend it strongly

Cons: nothing at all wrong with this bat

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Warrior 47

Pros: Best bbcor bat I ever used , I was taking a risk with the price but it hits great when you square it up it flys off the bat and it had a solid hit a great bat

Cons: Nothing

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HSBaseball

Pros: Great balance and good feel. Like the new grip because it is bigger than most demarinis. Compared to the vexum this bat has a noticeable balance enhancement. Good pop. If you are a High School player like myself then this is the best bat. Other reviews sugested composite but in Texas we are not allowed to use any other bats than bbcor. SO if it is the same for you this is the best buy.

Cons: none

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thebomb

Pros: amazing bat!!!!!

Cons: nothing

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boom

Pros: great pop

Cons:

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batboy

Pros: amazing bat. pop and sound like no other

Cons: none whatsoever

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rross#12

Pros: the looks

Cons: this bat sounds horrable. i play varsity baseball and i have hit with it and i dont like it at all!

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bpage

Pros: this bat is pretty good i have had it for about 2 months it doesnthave alot fo pop but goodforcontact hitters

Cons: gets chiped andmarkson it eisily

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ELITE_MODEL

Pros: Great pop when you hit, and not top heavy. Love this bat.

Cons: NONE

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Matt P.

Pros: AMAZING BAT, Never a problem had it the first day it was out great for metro and highschool levels ball flys of the bat.

Cons: None

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jdog

Pros: none

Cons: bad pop

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bigshot42

Pros: Has a very smooth hit and has a sweet sound of the bat. there is almost no shoch throughout the whole bat and the sweet spot is the best your going to get for bbcor.

Cons: i little pricey but i think it was worth the money. Everyone will want to use it

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FloridaBall

Pros: Have hit with Marucci, Rip-It, EXO and Easton BBCOR's at the college level. The 2012 VooDoo is my choice for overall pop, durability and feel. Easton's have great pop but I have seen 4 break during games this year and I have yet to see a VooDoo break. I hit 1,000+ balls a week and I am very happy with the consistent pop and lack of problems! Highly recommended by a current college hitter that has tried every bat out there.

Cons: None found.

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backyardbomber

Pros: little end heavy but not enough for power hitters and big big kids

Cons: no pop enless you jamm yourself the grip pills easy the end cap chips and pills very easly took a while to break in took me about three month and i hit 200 balls a day

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jayjay

Pros: great swing speed. even weighted. in my opinion it might be the best bbcor bat on the market right now

Cons: none

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Christian D

Pros: great pop for a BBCOR, such a sweet sound coming of the barrel. Huge sweet spot! sick design, and very good grip.

Cons: these BBCOR bats will not help you, some swinging knowledge is needed. Fundamentals!

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808Bomber

Pros: Great bat with amazing pop and huge sweet spot. Really comfortable grip. Nice sound off the bat.

Cons: Nothing!

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tommygunner

Pros: An all around high class bat worth of buying

Cons: None... unless you can't swing it.

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trojan

Pros: the design is nice

Cons: ball dies of the bat, it stings, and its heavy end loaded. not a good bat.

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Mike

Pros: great feel, nice pop off the bat.

Cons: Tape is too low on the handle. Not a big problem, I have big hands.

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Big E

Pros: Good bat, nice pop, good sound. Doesn't zing too bad, looks pretty cool

Cons: Within two months of nothing but a little bit of live pitches with real baseballs in a Warm indoor facility, something inside of my bat broke, and it sounds god awful and doesnt hit the ball anywhere. VERY dissapointed in the durability, i expected more from a demarini. I would not reccomend this bat, it wont last.

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Baller25

Pros: Great pop Large sweet spot Takes nearly no time to break in Very balanced

Cons: None

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Spud

Pros: Price and pop off of the barrel.

Cons:

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Eagles2016

Pros: So comfortable to swing! im in love with this bat, it has great pop when u hit on the sweetspot, and NO vibration. also some may say that its too end heavy but it is not that bad

Cons:

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Bobby Liiiiiiii

Pros: The Bat is just hands down the best bat I've had. I have always hit with an easton but now, DEMARINI has blown me away with this bat! Highly suggest it.

Cons: probably the marks of the ball on it from all of the hits!

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eagles2016

Pros: great pop for bbcor, comfortable, nice balence (a little top heavy but you will get used to it quick) , awesome design. for all of the talk about bbcors, this bat blew me away. great job demarini

Cons: gets dirt quick but who cares its a bat, also everyone wants to use it, but i guess thats good

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Juicc

Pros: Love this bat, I hit with it everyday, since December

Cons: None

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Cheez

Pros: Great bat, has a good pop and great sweetspot.

Cons: none

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Anonymous

Pros: Great Pop, Huge Sweet Spot, Best BBCOR I've ever swung

Cons: None

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Pro ratings

Pros: best value your gonna get with a BBCOR bat, not to expensive, overall good bat.

Cons: Top heavy, grip gets dirty, paint chips, no sound is made when contact is made.

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Big Nasty

Pros: My son is very happy with his new bat, hitting well with it, and now 6 other starters on his high school team are using it, so we may need to charge rent

Cons: This is the best BBCOR bat on the market in my opinion

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Hit king

Pros: amazing pop great sweet spot very durable great balance throughout the whole bat

Cons: n/a

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Pete

Pros: Son just loves this bat, ball flies like the 2011 BESR model, he alos has the Marruci Black and prefers the Voodoo.

Cons:

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ZoNA Baseball

Pros: I got this bat for Varsity high school play and it is the best BBCOR bat out there. In our spring scrimmage right out of the box I went 3for3 with 2 RBI's. The pop is insane for being a BBCOR, the graphics on it are sick and I recommend this to anyone.

Cons:

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Ty

Pros: Just got this bat for my first year of high school baseball and it has incredible pop and you just can feel it when you get a good hit, all around incredible bat

Cons: End cap paint chips, happens when its breaking in but who cares?

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lovin it. #9

Pros: i really like this bat ive had it for about three months and i really like the bats sweet spot and another good thing is when you dont hit the sweetspot it doesnt hurs that much like other bbcor bats. This bat is great i would recomand it.

Cons: the only thing i really dont like is it is very top havy. This is mostly because its a two piece bat so its hevier on the barrel part.

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Dutch

Pros: Weight distribution is awesome has good pop grip is great and design of the skull scares our opponents pitchers!!!

Cons: NONE

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BIreton

Pros: -bat is very nice to hit with -nice strong line drives if you have a good stance -the bat is balanced perfectly for a stronger player -crisp swing

Cons: -end cap has graphics that eventually peel off from wear and tear -paint chips easily if you clean your cleats by hitting them with your bat -(none of these matter)-

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SaginawBayDawgs10

Pros: paint scheme technology balance (for power hitters...real men) pop end cap I got this bat in August and loved it ever since. Hit with just about every BBCOR out there and my unbiased opinion is that the VooDoo outperforms all the others. The paint scheme and the pop are high quality. If you hit it good, the balls gonna go. its no BESR but maybe now we wont get 5'4" chumps hitting 300 footers.

Cons: scratches a bitt, but its a bat. flex is a little more than id like but i think itll help with power. traditionally i swung an Exogrid and i liked the once piece feel. pop is less than a BESR for a reason, so quit complaining if you cant hit it out of the infield. thats all i got to say about that

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Boston bomber

Pros: this bat once broken in is amazing

Cons: when i first bought it last year it was terrible it takes a good amount of use to break in

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by Mr. 3000

Pros: I have always been a Demarini guy, but I thought since we had to use bbcor bats they wouldn't have much pop. I was wrong. The 2012 Demarini Voodoo is the best of all of the bbcor bats, because it has great distence and it is one of the most comfortable bats I have ever used. And it lookes AWESOME.

Cons: There is nothing wrong with this great new bat.

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suds542

Pros: its amazing first hit hit the fence on a fly it has so much pop and everyone should get this bat. Even the design is cool just looking at it is awesome. I love this bat!

Cons: the will never be anything wrong with this bat.

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Beast

Pros: It is an amazing bat with incredible pop best bbcor bat so far!

Cons: None

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bob

Pros: amazing pop,amazing grip, amazing graphics, amazing everything

Cons: definitely none

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Hunter G

Pros: great bat and lots of pop , feels and sounds great.

Cons: was pretty high price

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Hawaiin Punch

Pros: This bat has so much pop. I LOVE this bat. I have already hit 1 homerun with it and have gotten intentionally walked 3 times all in 1 baseball tournament. I have the Omen and the Rip-it and this is by far the best out of the three.

Cons: Nothing.

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gregorio

Pros: DUUUUUUDE, DEMARINI HAS DONE IT AGAIN great pop, has the ping noise tht is uncommon in BBCORS, feels heavy until u start swinging, very balanced, great grip, AND SCARY DESIGN... id be afraid to pitch to this baby.

Cons: paint chipped after taking my first few swings off a tee

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Anonymous

Pros: Great balance good pop,

Cons: Non so far, good bat

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Rogue

Pros: Great bat used it for a while on my freshman team feels great & the end load is very nice for a power hitter. ( so for everyone complaning bout that...your obviously not a power hitter, so get a speed bat)

Cons: none

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bubz10

Pros: amazing pop, feels lighter than it actually is. easy to get through the zone

Cons: grip gets dirty easily.

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bgbdfs

Pros: great

Cons:

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thegreaser

Pros: its an okay bat. its overrated though. its good for its price but the pop is okay to good. my combat b3 has much more pop despite the looks of it. although the b3 costs a lot

Cons:

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#*&93*UY UFGHD

Pros: Huge sweet spot, good for power hitters, well constructed, durable, makes a nice ping noise.

Cons: grip tape stinks but that is easily fixed

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fsu

Pros: great pop looks sweet and very good opp field power its the best bat on the market MUST BUY

Cons: everybody wants to use it

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Skull King

Pros: Amazing pop, huge sweet spot, nice sound, great grip, cool design, and it's BBCOR.

Cons: Others will want to use it.

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A-Dawg

Pros: Allows you to hit bombs into the stands. Allows you to reach your inner beast. Im 13 and i hit the ball over 370 ft

Cons:

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deno

Pros: nice pop and sweat paint job

Cons: none

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Brady

Pros: Great Bat! Lots of pop, easy to hit with and great design. Five Stars!

Cons: Everyone else want to us it!!!

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Glkbcwliherhftgheuidhwuxhshuhe

Pros: It stinks

Cons: It broke when I got after 14 swings

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TCOX16

Pros: Good pop love the half and half looks and sounds scarey comeing of the bat

Cons:

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Dad

Pros: Great pop for a bbcor bat. Really big sweet spot. My son has always been a good hitter but this bat just made him better

Cons: None yet

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Jason8a

Pros: This bat is outstanding! Love the Ping Noise,Bat is great for any type of hitter! Feels great!

Cons: Paint chips fast.

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basballboy1221

Pros: good pop, long barrel, good grip. All in all great bat

Cons: kind of end loaded

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tomkat6582

Pros: Great bat ,nice even feel,good pop!

Cons: none really

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big daddy

Pros: amazing pop love the ding it makes when you get a clean hit.

Cons: the grip is sticky

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missionxo

Pros: Picked up this bat along with the Vexxum both are 33.5/30 oz but the balance on the VooDoo makes it swing like a lighter bat with no loss of power. The Vexxum is more end loaded both are 5 star

Cons: none

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vnew

Pros: best bat ever

Cons: none

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vnew

Pros: best bat i have ever used. i used to use a tpx omaha and worrior but they dont even compare

Cons: a bit pricey but makes up in pop

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bighitta7

Pros: amazing pop, almost like the cf3 and other voodoo combined! i would never tell the difference between this and besr.

Cons: people want to use my bat which is why i got two.

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Da Bomb

Pros: Gives me a scoring chance at every bat

Cons: making me feel bad for the other team

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ZRD5

Pros: Unbelievable, thats all you need to know. I never hit one out of any ballpark with my best besr bat yet I consistantly hit the ball hard and homeruns. Its a light swing and the grip is phenomenal.

Cons: None and never will be.

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Schoe

Pros: Great looks and great pop for a bbcor. pluse if you buy a bat pack the price is ok i love this bat.

Cons: i really hate the single price for both.

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Anonymous

Pros: has amazing pop and NO sting whatsoever.i can use it and hit it where it it woukd usally sting but it doenst sting

Cons: I couldnt find any

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collin

Pros: great bat, amazing pop, great feel. One of the best bbcor bats.

Cons: paint chips

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Anonymous

Pros: A lot of pop. Never jams my hands.

Cons: Nothing

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COHitter

Pros: It is a hitters bat as it is a little top end heavy. I am a line drive hitter and prefer a heavier bat so the bat is perfect for my style. This bat has the perfect weight distribution for my style. I hit .500 with this bat this season.

Cons: Scratches easily and the end cap material is a little flimsy.

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VooDoo

Pros: good looken hits far soft hitting

Cons: a little heavy for 32"

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vnew

Pros: best bat i have ever used

Cons: none

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B@seb@ll

Pros: This is one of the better BBCOR bats I've used so far. Pretty decent sweet spot and decent pop.

Cons: Not a 2 piece kind of person. this is good but i reccomend the COMbat B3 for the best expirence

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Marauder42

Pros: Good grip, looks sick, feels very comfortable in my hands, and a great contact bat.

Cons: The end cap breaks off and gets torn up real easy, and several kids on my high school team got theirs snapped when they got jammed.

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thebeast

Pros: love this bat i got 10 homeruns this season for my highschool team

Cons:

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josh

Pros: There are so many good things about this bat like the huge sweet spot , amazing graphics on it, and there very good weight distribution, and it is sold for a great price for the quality

Cons: none

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Voodoo master

Pros: Just got the bat balanced when swung sweetspot goes through the word demarini awesome graphics amazing pop I'm a small 14 year old about 5'8" 120/130 lbs hit one about 200 feet just tossing a ball in the air just using my arms after hitting 1000 balls a few minutes before cushy grip Hybrid demarini is amazing numbers on end cap to make sure it don't get messed up perfect bat smaller guys get it now don't get the 2013 model this one is better looking otherwise same bat this ones grip better and cheaper

Cons: Everyone will want it paint scratches easy makes my Y.A.K. glove look lame

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beast10

Pros: has great pop for a bbcor bat. I hit better with this than I did with the 2011 model. The graphics are sick and the grip is great.

Cons: The paint chips easily

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RoryMcilroy97

Pros: Great pop and great feel. Almost every hit is square and solid. Don't listen to the reviews about paint chipping, they're too stupid to realize they bang it against their metal cleats.

Cons:

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andrew

Pros: WOW!!!! what can i say amazing feel and amazing balance. great bat for the high school player. I used to used the louisville slugger not anymore

Cons: none

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BigMac

Pros: Good feel all the way through the zone. Mad pop and smooth swing. Perfectly balanced.

Cons: Nothing other than the paint chips a little.

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TeAm4

Pros: Great pop, sweet looks, comfortable grip and feel. I am only in 7th grade and i hit a one hopper off a 325 fence with this beast.

Cons: None at all, buy it now

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Anonymous

Pros: Great pop, especially for bbcor, great grip, looks sweet. Great bat to reccomend

Cons: Too awesome

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Crusher

Pros: The bat has a good balanced swing and strong handle. Massive sweet spot and composite handle make this bat one of Demarinis finest bats in the 2012 lineup. Im hitting the ball up to 50 feet farther.

Cons: EVERYBODY on my team wants to use it. Make sure to keep it clean or it wont seem as attractive. Dont at all think this will make your hitting worse.

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freddy

Pros: this bat is very good i am 13 and 5'4 and this bat is great for me! it is very balanced and i am the only kid on my team who uses bbcor and i hit it just as far! this is by far the best bat i have ever used.

Cons: none except the paint chips a little bit and the grip starts to come off.

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swagwags

Pros: this bat is pretty good for a bbcor and it looks pretty great.

Cons: id prefer to swing the nike areo fuse, ohmaha, exogrid2 before i swing this but its still a good bat

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Bomb squad

Pros: amazing pop best bbcor bat ever. Huge sweat spot. I love the voodoo. Very balanced! Overall a great bat!

Cons: NONE!

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obmij

Pros: Solid bat, love the half sizes! Being used on our team over all others!

Cons: The Plastic design on end cap breaks easily!

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mets#12

Pros: this bat is the best BBCOR bat on the market no doubt. amazing pop and no sting, this bats sweet spot it much bigger than the vexxum also. better feel than the s series and xl series.

Cons: paint comes of easily near the cap.

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baseball guy 11

Pros: has alot of pop almost like a besr more pop than cf5 good design good size sweetspot

Cons: nothing

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slugger24

Pros: best bbcor bat ever great pop no sting huge sweet spot long barrel so you can hit it any where and it will still fly of the bat

Cons: scratches easily but the great pop and sweet spot makes up for it

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Jersons

Pros: I'm speechless!

Cons: Paint chips easily

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nva baseball

Pros: Great BBCOR bat... The whole team uses my bat now and we play 3 times a week so the bat is heavily used. It seems to be holding up very well. I love the balance and the ball will fly when you hit in off the sweet spot.

Cons: None

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big blaster

Pros: This bat has alot of pop you kinda hafto break it in a litle bit but i absolutly love it.

Cons: none

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BBCORreltaion

Pros: Really smooth bat, it can be used for a long term... Well balanced, the pop is incredible, there is little to no chipping on my bat and I've had it for at least two months. Perfect well rounded bat, has to be my favorite!

Cons: After some tuff love the end of the bat starts to peel away, its not a huge deal but its kind of annoying

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gzep

Pros: best bbcor out in the market great pop sweet spot is huge the batting tape is not to great wears out but i recomend getting the surge bat tape or the demarini vexxum (c hybrid)

Cons: the grip wears out

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Yankees1

Pros: Great bat... I hit 1 off the end of the bat and it still went 300ft... Amazing pop almost like the besr version

Cons: none

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Bob the Bomber

Pros: awsome bat, i got it the other day and my first hit i hit it 350 ft. great pop huge sweet spot. has a good feel

Cons: none other than the pait chips a little bit

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homerun hitter

Pros: I still like Easton alot better.This bat has great power and looks cool but i still wasn't in pressed by it.

Cons: About the tenth time i used it this summer it dented. ):

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JTF32

Pros: This bat has so much pop that you won't realize it is a BBCOR bat. This bat has cool designs and is great for contact hitters with power. Great price too.

Cons: grip loosens, but easily fixable.

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ibc1999

Pros: AWESOME BAT! people say that tis bat is "end-loaded" but to me its really balanced.my friend has the exogrid2 and this is more balanced than his. i like the way it pings when you hit it,unlike some other BBCOR bats.and it has nice popfor a BBCOR. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS BAT TO ANYBODY!

Cons: NONE

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KDOG

Pros: Great pop, very light, love the design. best bat that I've ever owned/used.

Cons: The grip is coming off already

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Cole Myers

Pros: This bat has amazing pop. The first time I used it I went 6 for 6. The bat is great.

Cons: Not one.

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Papi juan

Pros: It's a great bat.

Cons: None.

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@C_Rook

Pros: This bat has LOTS of pop. Balls will fly off of it.

Cons: Has a very thin handel and is a little more end loaded than others but is manigable.

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Happy Kid

Pros: Nice heft! Perfect Balance

Cons: None Noted yet, but no homeruns yet either!

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BaseballPro26

Pros: Doesn't sting your hands

Cons: Has no pop and not a very big sweet spot its not evened out there is a lot more weight on the end of the bat

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kjjterrier19

Pros: Amazing bat, great pop, and amazing sweet spot.

Cons: NONE.

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Jonny

Pros: Best bat I've ever owned! And I've had my fair share of bats. I have been using this bat since summer ball of 2011. It has amazing pop and looks amazing!! Will most defianitly be buying Demarini bats in the future.

Cons: None whatsoever!

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the beast

Pros: Good all around bat.

Cons: None.

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SupaSwag

Pros: Nothing.

Cons: Well, the first day I got this bat I went to go hit with it and it literally snapped in half. I'm not sure how Demarini sells these things.

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FCBaseball27

Pros: Awesome graphic, amazing pop, slight end load, good grip, GREAT PRICE. One of the best BBCORs on the market.

Cons: None so far.

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Cobra19

Pros: This is my first time using a Demarini and a drop 3 bat. Nice sweet spot with good pop. I also like the grip! Will see how it tolerates a whole season.

Cons: As of right now...just started to use. Will update during winter training.

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Steve

Pros: High school player says it is balanced and he hits well with it.

Cons: none

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goinggoinggone

Pros: Best of the lot regarding 2012 BBCOR bats after several demos among which included the more expensive CF5, the illegal Marucci Black and the over hyped Rip-it. Great bat while it lasted.

Cons: Lost pop midway through the summer league season. Lasted a total of 36 games and a handful of summer league practices. Durabilty is a question.

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Coach

Pros: Best bat on the market. Has the BESR pop and great weight distribution.

Cons: Haven't found any yet. I am interested to see how this bat holds up throughout a season.

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Bigmac

Pros: The ball jump off the bat it is amazing. I'm 13 and hit bombs over a 300 fence not kidding. I love the felling when you just know when the ball is gone

Cons: NOTHING

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Baseball Guy

Pros: I had the -9 but it broke in half during warranty and DeMarini ran out of my size so they gave me the BBCOR instead. Good bat if you are a power hitter. Very endloaded with great grip.

Cons: Only good for certain hitters. Pop wears out after about a year and a half.

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xfhnhnmdh

Pros: everything

Cons: nothing

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zap

Pros: Best bat I have ever used! It really has a huge sweet spot and you will not be more happy with this bat

Cons: None, never will be!!

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Anonymous

Pros: Great design, great feel through the zone, end heavy (which I like), fantastic pop, keeping it for another year and getting the 2014 model next year! My son was 13, 5'4", and only 110 lbs. and I hit a 335 ft. bomb over the left fielders head. This bat basically gave him the confidence to go from the 6th hitter to leadoff then Clean-Up! BUY IT!

Cons: Everyone wants to use it!

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BatBoy

Pros: Looks sweet, has great pop, and feels great with good contact.

Cons: The paint scratches easily from my doughnut.

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yo momma

Pros: Great bat hits great!

Cons:

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Pete

Pros: I purchased this bat for my son, who is a college club player. He told me it was awesome and he loves the weight and length! Thanks!

Cons:

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Baseballlover

Pros: This bat has loads of pop! I had a scrimmage this past tuesday and I hit the ball and it jammed me and the ball still went to the outfield!!! Worth the money!

Cons: No cons!!!

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Anonymous

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Cons:

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jeremy

Pros: Love this bat. I will always be a DeMarini guy. Great pop, love the weight distribution, and gonna buy another soon.

Cons: My team always wants to use it. The grip did come undone but I am a lefty hitter and the tape job is or right-handed hitters. No big deal though

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Jay H

Pros: It was good in it's "prime". No sting.

Cons: Several people on my team have had theirs go "dead" after about a year. Design is awful. Feels terrible when you get a ball off the end.

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Shoeless Joe

Pros: Nice graphics. Exceptional pop while it lasted.

Cons: Made it through one season of H.S. varsity baseball and four weeks of H.S. summer league before it started developing noticeable dead spots in the bat. Rating is based on the fact that it was a $300.00 bat for essentially one year of use.

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anyonomous

Pros: this bat has amazing pop! i have tried using eastons but this blows them away!

Cons: nothing

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Anonymous

Pros: Feels great, looks sick, has amazing pop, lasts long.

Cons: Everyone wants to use it.

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Justin

Pros: Love this bat incredible pop feels good coming off the bat had game yesterday and sent one over center field fence!!!!!

Cons: No cons

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fred

Pros: this is a wonderful bat

Cons: nothing at all

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droppin tanks

Pros: Biggest sweet spot on the market..im a freshman in highschool and i play varsity and everytime i hit the ball it goes to the warning track or over the gate!!! Great bat.. i wish u could make the designs more cool

Cons: Everyone wants to use it and the grip doesnt last

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Christian

Pros: I haven't used it in a regular season game yet but I have used it a lot. It has great pop and a very good swing weight. I am an Easton fan and was hesitant to get this bat but it worked out great.

Cons: Stings when it hits the end of the bat.

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Arob

Pros: This bat is very balanced and gives me a smooth swing. It is durable and breaks in quickly. I get great contact when using the voodoo.

Cons: paint chipped.....bad grip with sweaty hands

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Too Trill Will

Pros: great pop. Bat lasted me about two years. Would have been great if it didnt break.

Cons: the grip kept moving around, had to keep retaping it. After 2 years, the handle snapped off after a completed swing in bp. Paint chips and plastic grooves break at the end of the bat.

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TRUST MY REVIEW!

Pros: This bat has great pop, very large sweetspot, very durable barrel(doesnt dent). The graphics are cool, and the grip is the best you can get(Demarini makes the best grips)

Cons: The end cap is pretty large, and sometimes when the ball hits it, it can scratch or even crack(mine has only scratched)

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Seth Underwood

Pros: This bat is amazing, doesn't look very big in sweet spot but when you hit it, it goes for a while.

Cons: None at all

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bosshog

Pros: best bbcor bat i ever swung

Cons: none

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the grizz

Pros: this bat feels pretty light and has a good feel even if you jam it. the ball has a great bounce off the bat. also looks really cool!

Cons: scratches easy and paint chips but thats no big deal

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thompson

Pros: Good price for a top of the line bats.

Cons: none

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great bat

Pros: I am jacking the ball to the outfield every time.

Cons: There is nothing bad about this bat.

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grizz

Pros: i loved this bat and i wrote a great review befor this one. had a great feal. it was very forgiving.

Cons: it snapped in half and i didnt have it for longer than 8 months. sad

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j

Pros: Good pop.

Cons: The paint started to chip.

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christian

Pros: great bat. I struggled last year and coming into this I was scared to switch to bbcor. amazing bat. i hit 270 with it during practice only gets better when its composite.

Cons: not really a con but you know when you dont hit the sweetspot. it doesnt hurt but you feel it

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justinbaseball

Pros: This bat has tons of pop. The two piece design is great. Overall a great bat.

Cons: Every one says that the voodoo is top heavy. its only top heavy if yiu have weak wrists. to me its a very good evenly distributed bat.

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frank

Pros: Has a lot of pop on the bat. I hit very well with it too. This bat is great and worth it.

Cons: NONE

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beast

Pros: Got it a couple days ago and have hit off the tee some. It has great pop!!

Cons: None so far.

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BatmanandRobin

Pros: Awesome looking bat that performs as well as any BBCOR bat available. Granted this bat is BBCOR, but if you barrel it up on the sweet spot it will jump off the bat. It may seem a little end heavy, but is really pretty balanced. Solid bat with pretty good grip, but I'd wear gloves.

Cons: Plastic hurricane design on the end cap broke off but didn't affect the bat anyway. Won't go too far if not hit off right part of bat. Almost as much pop as a S1.

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long ball

Pros: powerful balanced bat

Cons: small sweet spot

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Is it very well balanced or is it extremely top heavy like all the other BBCORs?
Nicdville
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR DXVDC is an evenly balanced bat..
Brett
Would you recommend the Voodoo or the Nike BBCOR for 2012?
Austin
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR DXVD is a top of the line two-piece bat. The hybrid design features a composite handle and alloy barrel for great balance and pop.
Brett
Is it a power hitting bat or more line drives?
cj
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece bat that provides more flex than a one-piece bat. Two-piece bats are generally preferred by line drive hitters.
JH
What's the difference between the technology in this bat and the technology in the CF5?
Keyle
The 2012 DeMarini CF5 is a two-piece full composite bat. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece hybrid bat with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The CF5 will require a 150-200 swing break-in period before it's game ready but the Voodoo is game ready as soon as you buy it.
John
My son will be a freshman this year and has to use a BBCOR this summer. He was hitting 350' bombs with the Easton Surge XXL BESR that is also a composite handle. Does this bat flex more or less than the 2011 XXL Surge? At 14-15 I don't know if he is strong enough to need a one piece handle. What do you think?
General
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and Easton Surge BBCOR are both two-piece hybrid bats and will have a similar flex. Both are popular models and either would be an excellent choice.
Brett
I can't make my mind up between this bat or the 2012 DeMarini CF5, what do you think is a more powerful/better bat?
alex
It really comes down to personal preference. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle while the 2012 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR is a two-piece full composite. Both are high performance bats with excellent pop.
Mark
Our local PA. Jr. American Legion team has a strict rule stating that the bat can NOT say COMPOSITE on it anywhere. We were not sure by looking at the bat on your site even with zooming in. Not sure if the picture shows the whole bat Thanks for your help.
Irish Bob
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece hybrid with a composite handle and alloy barrel. It does say "composite" on the handle.
Brett
Are there ANY differences between this and the 2011 BBCOR Voodoo, other than color?
Nessie
The difference between the 2011 and 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is the aluminum used in the barrel. The 2012 uses the newest aluminum available to them. It is also more durable and has a little more pop.
Brett
What's the difference between this bat and the DeMarini CF5? Is one better than the other?
BRbaseball26
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece hybrid with a composite handle and alloy barrel. The CF5 is a two-piece full composite bat. Composite bats tend to have more "pop" than some alloy bats.
Kris
Is the Voodoo BBCOR better than the BBCOR Omen?
yankees#1
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and the Easton Omen are both good bats. The Voodoo has an alloy barrel while the Omen has a composite barrel. Composite barrels tend to have more "pop" than alloy bats.
Kris
How does the weight distribution compare to the 2011 Voodoo? I hate using bats that are topheavy.
pacebaseball7
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is well balanced and similar to the 2011 model.
Kris
I'm a power hitter and I'm debating on which to get, this bat or the Easton XL2. What do you think?
big h
Both are great bats, but as a power hitter, you may want to consider the Easton XL2. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is well balanced while the XL2 has an extended barrel with a slight end-load.
Sean
I am a Freshman on a high school team, and i am more of a power hitter...out of all BBCOR bats under $300, which bat do you reccomend?
E
There are several determining factors when choosing the proper bat. Please contact JustBats.Com at 1-866-321-2287 so we can help you determine which is the right bat for you.
Sean
I'm going to be a freshman this year and am looking for a bat with great pop. I don't hit for power but can sometimes send the ball a long ways. I'm debating if this bat has enough balance to help my swing during my first season of high school ball?
Paul
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is well balanced and will provide good pop to your swing.
Sean
My son is 13 and new to the big barrel. I am looking at the Anderson Ignite and the VooDoo. He is not a power hitter. Which bat is going to be the best for him?
SML
Is he required to the use the -3 adult size bat? If so, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be a good choice.
lmn
Is the CF5 BBCOR? Or is the Voodoo the only BBCOR for 2012?
jasxx
Both the 2012 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR adult bat and 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR adult bat are BBCOR certified. All BBCOR bats will have "BBCOR" in the product's name.
John
Does this bat have the USSSA stamp on it?
Segallal
No, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is an adutl baseball bat. Adult bats do not require the new USSSA stamp.
TJ
What bat is better, the DeMarini Vexxum or the DeMarini Voodoo?
Duke
According to DeMarini, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a notch above the DeMarini Vexxum in terms of overall quality. The Voodoo is made with slightly higher quality alloy and composite materials than the Vexxum.
John
Does it feel the same as last years VooDoo? Feel like same sweet spot, and same pop?
LSC
Yes, the 2011 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR have a very similar feel.
Sean
Which would be the better BBCOR bat the Demarini CF5 or the Demarini Voodoo 2012?
BigHit11
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and 2012 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR are high performing bats, but bats with composite hitting surfaces like the CF5 often out perform bats with alloy hitting surfaces like the Voodoo.
K.B.
Is this bat high school approved?
JASON
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is approved for high school play.
Kara
I am in in 8th grade and will be trying out for my middle school baseball team this spring. Would I need a BBCOR bat and if so, is this this a good bat for me?(I am about 5'6 or 5'7 and 125 i hit anywhere from lead off to 3rd i usually hit singles and doubles with occasional power).
A guy with a question
First thing I would do is check with your middle school. Most middle schools have to abide by high school rules, which would be a -3 BBCOR bat. But, some middle schools allow the transitional size of the -5. Before making a selection, I would find out exactly what is allowed in your area.
lkh
Last year I used the BESR 2011 Vexxum and I loved it. But I tried out the new Vexxum and I hate it. Would the CF5 or the BBCOR Vodoo give me the similar feel and performance?
CuriousGeorge
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat like the DeMarini Vexxum so it is going to be the most similar in feel and performance.
K.B.
2012 DeMarini Voodoo or CAT 5, which is the better bat? Which is a hitter bat?
Ken
They are both good bats. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat, the CAT 5 is a one-piece. The CAT 5 is lighter weight and more balanced. Both have great pop.
K.B.
CAT 5, 2012 DeMarini Voodoo, or DeMarini CF5? I had the 2010 Voodoo and that was (in my opinion) the best Voodoo ever and I also had the 2011 reddish one (not BBCOR). I know that the CF5 is composite but do composite BBCORs have the same pop as they used to? Does the new Voodoo make more of a ping sound rather than the sound of broken glass like the white 2012 Voodoo(BBCOR). And about the CAT 5, I hear it's the best pop for BBCORs, so would that be a better way or would the DeMarinis because I am used to them. Please don't say that the CF5 is all composite and the Voodoo is half and half because I know this.
baseball bat kid
The new BBCOR standard has put a restriction on the performance levels of all adult baseball bats (not just composites). These BBCOR bats will not be as high-performing as the old BESR or non-BBCOR bats. The CAT 5 is one of our best sellers and it does offer quite a bit of pop. It is a one-piece bat that will be stiffer than the CF5 or Voodoo. The CF5 and Voodoo offer more flex which is often preferred by contact hitters looking to add more pop. In terms of sound, the 2012 Voodoo will sound very similar to last year's Voodoo. I don't think I'd compare the sound to broken glass, but more of a muffled "ping". There is actually an audio link on the product page if you look to the right of the main product image. This way you can hear what the bat sounds like when it's hit. The CAT 5 will have a higher pitched "ping" sound than the Voodoo. Based on my personal experience, I would give the CF5 a slight edge in perfomance over the Voodoo. I've hit with the CAT 5, and although I've always preferred two-piece bats like the Voodoo and CF5, I would put the CAT 5 right up there with the CF5 in terms of performance. Ultimately, if you're used to using DeMarini's I would stick with the CF5 of Voodoo. That's always my recommendation for someone who's been loyal to one brand over the years.
Tyler
Looking at the new Voodoo and the CF5. What are the pros and cons between them? Have always been a Voodoo person (Loved the 2009 BESR model), but now first year in college being forced to use the bboc bat. The new Voodoo seem a little top heavy comparded the past BESR models
Ice
Both are similar in construction, but the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has an alloy barrel with a composite handle. The CF5 has a composite barrel and handle. The Voodoo will feel slightly more end loaded than the CF5. Based on customer feedback and first hand experience, the CF5 will have a little more pop and perform slightly better than the Voodoo. The Voodoo still performs great and if you're used to using one, then I would say this year's Voodoo would be a great option.
TJ
Which bat is better for a contact hitter, the Voodoo or the Vexxum?
Barracuda
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and DeMarini Vexxum are two-piece hybrids that are good for a contact hitter. The Voodoo will have a little bit more pop than the Vexxum.
K.B.
Does the BBCOR make the bat have less pop than previous Voodoos?
Nick
Yes. BBCOR bats have less "pop" than the previous BESR bats.
K.B.
Will this bat be allowed in high school with a 3.5 drop?
Jeff
All BBCOR bats are only a -3 drop. There are no -3.5 drops.
K.B.
What is the best non-composite adult bat with no price limits?
z
Based on customer feedback and first hand experience, I would say either the Marucci CAT 5 or Rip-It Prototype II. Both are two of the highest performing alloy bats on the market.
John
What is the best non composite bat that is also very balanced?
Zach
If you need a balanced bat, check out the Marucci CAT 5. It has a nice balance. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is an excellent bat, just a little end loaded.
LKH
I'm a leadoff batter, therefore I'm looking for an evenly balanced bat that's good for quicker swings and line drives. Is this bat good for this or would you recomend a different bat.
Joe
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo would be a great bat for quick swing speed. The Easton S2 would also be a good choice.
K.B.
What bat is more balanced - the 2012 VooDoo or 2012 ExoGrid2?
Joe
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and 2012 ExoGrid2 are evenly balanced bats.
lkh
What is the rotation index and does it work?
ktice15
DeMarini's Rotation Index is designed to help you rotate the bat evenly to help distribute contact throughout the barrel.
John
My son, 12, used to swing a 30" 20oz bat. What size would be comparable to a BBCOR or USSSA approved bat?
Slugger
If he is required to use a BBCOR bat, which is a mandatory -3 length to weight ratio, compared to the -10 he was using with the 30-20. The adult bat is 7 ounces heavier. If he is not required to use adult size bats, then my recommendation is to drop him to either a -8 or a -5, to gradually prepare him for that big jump to the -3.
Linda
What's the differentiation between the Voodoo and the Vexxum? Would we be talking different turning models if these were wood bats?
twoseam
They are basically the same bat. Both use the same composite and alloy technology. We have received feedback that the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is slightly heavier than the DeMarini Vexxum. Both are very good bats.
K.B.
Comparing the Voodoo and the Combat B3 - durability, warranty, and performance. Looking at both bats having trouble deciding. 5'9" 120lbs with some pop. Worried about cold weather with spring games. Need some solid decisive feedback. VOODOO OR B3? Help.
ry
In terms of performance, I like the COMBAT B3. It was one of the better feeling and highest performing BBCOR bats I've hit with. The Voodoo may hold up better in colder weather though. The B3 is a stiffer, one-piece bat that is often preferred by stronger hitters. Both have full warranties through the manufacturer.
Derek
Voodoo, 5150, or Easton S3? What is more recommended or has more "pop"?
wineing7889
I really like the Rawlings 5150 and the Easton S3, but I would say the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has just a little more pop. The Voodoo is also a two-piece bat that offers a little more flex that typically give contact or gap hitters more pop.
Derek
I am a power hitter, which BBCOR bat would you reccomend? 2012 Voodoo, 2012 Exo Grid2, or 2012 easton SxL3?
win3
Either the Louisville Slugger ExoGrid2 or the Easton XL3. The XL3 is end loaded and better suited for a strong power hitter.
Derek
I was wondering, is there any composite on it? And what is taper ring tech?
Hollywood
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a hybrid bat with an alloy barrel and a composite handle. The taper ring technology helps keep the bat evenly balanced and not feel end loaded.
KG
I'm 14 and play in on a premier select team. I am required to use a BBCOR next season and I'm thinking about getting this bat or the TPX Exogrid. Could you please give me a direct answer. If you need any extra information, I'm a leadoff hitter who likes to go opposite field and hits line drives.
Dr. Swag
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Louisville Slugger EXOGRID2 are very good options for a contact hitter. The Voodoo may have a little more POP than the EXOGRID2.
KG
I am looking for my son for Christmas. This is for High School baseball and my son is 5'8 185 pounds. What would you recommend?
Suzy
I would recommend a 33" 30 oz bat based on his height and weight.
K.B.
Will it change my swing with the weight and does it hurt to use in under 65 degrees?
lcbking
This is a balanced, two-piece hybrid bat with a composite handle and an alloy barrel. We recommend not using it when the temperature drops below 55 degrees.
K.B.
Hey. I have swung the DeMarini Voodoo and have noticed and liked the heavier handle and more balanced feel. Are there any more bats that compare with the Voodoo? (pop,balance,performance)
slugger
Most of the DeMarini two-piece bats are going to have a similar feel to the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo,
Sean
Do you think this bat is the best BBCOR bat available?
ERIC
Currently, the hottest BBCOR bats are the Easton Omen, COMBAT B3, and the Louisville Slugger Z-1000.
Derek
Would you recommend the Voodoo or the Rip-It Prototype 2 for BBCOR 2012?
nick
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and RIP-IT Prototype II are both excellent bats but very different. The Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The Prototype II is a one-piece alloy bat. Both are nicely balanced and have great pop.
KG
What is the difference between the DXVDC and WTDXVNB?
taehyung
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo uses different composite materials in the handle. Both are going to perform very similar.
K.B.
Will this be legal for PONY in 2012?
Bob the best
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is legal for 14 & under or 15 & over PONY play. You can also use a USSSA 1.15 BPF stamped bat to get a lower bat weight, if needed.
Linda
What is better the Marrcui CAT 5 or Voodoo?
zibell
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has similar pop to the CAT 5. Both are very durable and popular BBCOR bats.
KG
We live in Oregon. Play in a lot of cold weather beginning of the year. Would it be a bad idea to purcahse the CF5 considering the all composite? Would the Voodoo be a better choice for us? Do you have a link for a fitting chart? Thanks.
Scott
We don't recommend using any bat, composite or alloy, in temperatures below 55 degrees. The cold makes the baseball very dense which can lead to dented alloy or cracked composite. In appropriate temperatures, either bat is a great option. Here is a link to our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/ I would suggest going with the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo because it will perform better in the colder weather with less durability concerns than the Cf5
John
What's the improvements over the 2011?
mudbug
They upgraded the composite used in the bat, added the taper ring technology and changed the end cap on the bat
Sean
Is this approved for high school baseball in Colorado?
BB
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a BBCOR bat and approved for Colorado high school play.
Linda
I'm looking for a BBCOR bat for my 13 year old son who's 6'2" and 135#. They play about half their season in cool weather. What would be the best bat for him? Would the Louisville Slugger Z1000 or DeMarini Voodoo be good choices?
tmb
The Louisville Slugger Z-1000 and the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo are both great bats that will perform well in cold weather. However, we do not recommend using any bat when the temperature drops below 55 degrees. At that temperature, baseballs become very dense and can damage the bat.
Sean
Is this bat definitely approved for the 2012 high school ball
John
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is approved for high school baseball
Sean
My son is 12 and will be trying out for Middle School baseball in the Spring. We have been told that he must use BBCOR but has the option of using a -5 or -3. Why are there not any -5 BBCOR bats for him? He is about 5'3" and weighs 115. I am afraid the -3 are a bit much for him now.
LORI
All BBCOR bats are a -3 and will not come in a -5. Senior League bats come in a -5.
Kara
I am a freshman and a line drive/singles and doubles hitter. What bat would you prefer for my type of hitter: the 2012 VOODOO BBCOR or the LS Z-1000 BBCOR? I know what size I'm getting already, so please only specify which bat.
cubsfan51
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid and the Louisville Slugger is a one-piece composite. Line drive hitters typically like to use two-piece bats so I recommend the Voodoo.
Shelbe
Would you recommend the new 5150 or 2012 demarini voodoo?
Joe
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and the Rawlings 5150 are great, balanced bats. The difference is that the Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid and the 5150 is a one-piece alloy.
Shelbe
What is the difference between this bat and the Nike MC2. i know that they are both have composite handles and alloy barrels. Is one more topheavy than the other?
buckeye
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Nike MC2 are balanced bats and going to be very similar in the box.
Sean
Which is better CF5 or the Voodoo?
Voodoo hitting
It really depends on if you want a two-piece composite bat or a two-piece hybrid with a composite handle and alloy barrel. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo would be better for a contact hitter.
K.B.
Is this a good bat for Slow Pitch Softball
Jeff
No, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is not approved for slow pitch leagues.
Linda
This bat, the CF5 or any of the power brigades? I hit a lot of doubles and singles but I can also hit some out if I get a hold of them. Liked the Voodoos in the past but this bat seems really top heavy? And how is the pop for a BBCOR? So if you do say power brigades which model (XL or S) and what specific model(1,2,3). Thanks so much.
thbaseball guy
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is not end loaded, it is balanced, as is the Easton S series and DeMarini CF5. The XL series is the only end loaded bat that you referenced. Because you are a singles/doubles hitter, I recommend either the Voodoo, S series or CF5. The S1 is a two-piece composite, the S2 is a two-piece hybrid and the S3 is a one-piece alloy.
Linda
Would you guys prefer the 5150 or the Voodoo? Thanks
dodgerfan340
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Rawlings 5150 are both great bats but very different. The Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid and would be a good choice for a contact hitter. The 5150 is a one-piece alloy and would be a good choice for a power hitter.
Linda
My son is looking at this bat versus the 5150 Velo. He would be considered a contact hitter. Which would be a better fit?
Marc
Generally contact hitters prefer a two-piece bat like the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and power hitters prefer one-piece bats like the Rawlings 5150 Velo.
Alex
Does this bat meet the "Qualified BBCOR Bat" rule beginning in 2012. If not what would be the best bat for both USSSA and Jr High?
Ann
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is BBCOR certified.
TJ
Is this 2012 Voodoo DXVDC approved for use in 2012 USSSA league?
scott
No, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo DXVDC is not USSSA 1.15 BPF approved. The Voodoo DXVDC is a BBCOR bat. If you're looking for a USSSA Voodoo, check out the Senior and Junior League Voodoos. http://www.justbats.com/product/2012-demarini-voodoo--dxvdr-senior-league/13533/. http://www.justbats.com/product/2012-demarini-voodoo--dxvdl-youth/13532/
Kara
I got last years BBCOR Voodoo, and I understand that this isn't it, but it went off because it sold out, but it doesnt have the Voodoo end cap, should i get a refund for this?
conor
There is a 12-month manufacturer's warranty for the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo. If there is something wrong with the end cap, contact Demarini at 1-800-245-5454 for warranty details.
Reed
Will this bat be legal for high school baseball in 2012 season?
scott
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is approved for high school play in 2012.
John
Is it going to be worth the money everyone says it is but I want your opinion?
jtsredsox
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is an excellent bat and has great pop.
Linda
Does this bat have a BPF 1.15 rating? We are being told that the league is going to require this rating. Son is in between select and high school. I know it is lagal for high but not sure about the league
Earnie
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo DXVDC is not USSSA 1.15 BPF approved. It is a BBCOR bat. The Voodoo DXCD5 and DXVDR are USSSA 1.15 BPF approved.
Sean
What advantages does end loaded bats have over a balanced bat or vice versa.
kai
An end loaded bat will provide more pop whereas a balanced bat will help increase swing speed.
Sean
Can the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR bat be used in cold weather?
Dave
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a good bat for cold weather. However, we do not recommend using any bat under 55 degrees.
Linda
Is a drop 3 BBCOR bat legal in USSSA for 2012? There is a lot of confusion on this new stamp.
ET
Yes, you can use a BBCOR bat in USSSA leagues. However, you can not use a USSSA bat in high school or college play.
Derek H.
Is this bat durable? Also does it have good bat tape and does this bat chip easily?
KB13
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a durable bat with good bat tape and we haven't heard any complaints about the paint chipping.
KB
Does this or the Easton S series have more pop? Does the pop change if it's like a S3 or the S1? Which on feels lighter?
dave
The Easton S series is more balanced than the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo. Both the Voodoo and S series have excellent pop.
KB
I am a contact hitter and I am looking forward to buying this, EXO G2, or the S3. which one would you recommend? It will be great if you name the best one.
beng
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo, Louisville Slugger EXOGRID2 and Easton S3 are all great choices. They all have great pop, balanced feel and large sweet spots.
KG
The DeMarini Voodoo or the Marucci Black?
BigNasty
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Marucci Black are two-piece hybrids with an alloy barrel and composite handle. Both are great options and will come down to your own personal choice.
John
Compared to the 5150 is it more top heavy than the 5150 or the same?
Spartans
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has a slight end loaded feel when compared to the well balanced Rawlings 5150.
Josh
Trying to decide between the Easton S2 and VooDoo for High School team. Pop, Vibration, Size of sweet spot are factors. Help.
bob
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Easton S2 are two-piece hybrids and will have similar performance. It comes down to player preference.
John
Is this bat available with a drop 3 rating for a HS player? Is this approved for N.C. Highs School play?
Rod
Yes, the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is a drop 3. Drop 3 refers to the difference in the length and weight of the bat. Since it is BBCOR certified, it will be legal in high school play.
Nick
i am looking at two BBCOR bats this one, and the Easton S2, and I was wandering which one you guys recommend? I'm not a very powerful guy so which would be better suited.
Alex
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Easton S2 are both two-piece hybrids. The Voodoo is slightly more end loaded than the balanced S2 but both bats have very good pop and would be good options for a line drive hitter.
John
I am a 5'9" 140lbs line drive 2 hole hitter. I am trying to decided between the Combat B3 or the Voodoo. Which is the best bat for me in YOUR OPINION (Don't say they're both great bats, pick one).
23
The COMBAT B3 has a composite barrel and the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has an alloy barrel. Picking between the two will be more on what you like to hit. If you like composite bats, get the B3. If you like hitting alloy, get the Voodoo. These are very good BBCOR bats and the reviews have been great on both.
KG
I'm looking at two BBCOR bats for next year in high school and it's between the Easton Surge and the Voodoo. Any recommendations? (I'm 5'10" playing on a very short but high fence too if it matters).
PJ
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a very good bat and has good pop. Both the Voodoo and Surge are two-piece hybrids and it will be more of a personal preference.
KG
Hey, I'm a 13 years old, 5 '8 and about 120. I'm a linedrive hitter with some power and considering this and the Easton Omen. I would like a durable bat with POP.
Eagles2016
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and Easton Omen are both two-piece hybrids and good options for a line drive hitter. Both are durable, will improve once they are broken in and have great pop.
Shelbe
Can't choose between this and Omen. I'd be playing year round, but I like the composite sound of the omen. which bat would PERFORM better?
Eagles2016
The Easton Omen will have a break-in period of 150-200 swings but would have similar pop as the Voodoo. The Omen's composite barrel will improve over time as the composite continues to break-in but the Voodoo's alloy barrel will be at its hottest the day you buy it.
Shelbe
Would you reccomend using a wood bat over BBCOR? They both seem to have the same pop. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both?
naj
BBCOR was meant to level the playing field and make alloy and composite bats perform more like wood bats. There are great BBCOR bats out there that still have a lot of pop. You would end up going through a lot more wood bats in a season instead of going through one BBCOR bat.
Ryan
Is it top heavy? Also is the BBCOR Easton Omen -3 top-heavy?
big cat
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is slightly end loaded. The Easton Omen is a balanced bat.
KB
Which bat is better for a contact hitter this one or the Nano Tek?
freefit22
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat which is usually preferred by contact hitters. A two-piece bat offers a more little flexibility and pop for the hitter. The Anderson NanoTek is a one-piece design which is typically preferred by power hitters. A one-piece design makes the bat more stiff and really helps with the power. Here is a link to all of our two-piece BBCOR certified bats in case you need any more suggestions: http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~adult/approved%20for~bbcor/material~half%20and%20half/
Jennifer
Do they make a 35"?
tom
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is currently only made in a 34" barrel.
Brad
The longest size available in the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a 34".
Kara
What bat is balanced better Voodoo or Easton S2?
none
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is slightly end loaded and the Easton S2 is very balanced.
Shelbe
How is the weight distributed?
Ram
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a slightly end loaded bat. For additional information on Demarini bats contact our customer service at 1-866-321-2287.
Shelbe
Which bat is better, the Voodoo or the CF5?
Blt
Composite barrel bats like the DeMarini CF5 tend to perform better over their lifespan than an alloy barrel bat. It will take some time to break in, unlike the Voodoo which is hot out of the wrapper. Both are very high quality bats.
KB
I am 5'6" 135lbs 13 years old. stronger than most 13 year olds. I like this bat. I have had another voodoo before and I like it. I'm very interested in purchasing this bat but don't know whether I should get it in 32in 29oz or 31in 28oz. Thank you for your time.
Camo
At 5'6", I recommend a 31" bat.
Tyler
Deciding on a 31/28 and heard good things about the DeMarini Voodoo, Rip-It, also Easton's series Having trouble deciding can you provide input?
dpak
All three are great bats. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat that may be better suited for contact hitters looking to add some pop. The Rip-It's are great bats for players with good swing speed and above average strength. The XL Series from Easton are slightly endloaded and better for stronger hitters where their S Series is better for players who don't hit for as much power.
Tyler
Besides the price, what are the differences between the Voodoo and the Vexxum?
Nick
The main difference is the materials they are made out of. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is made out of a higher grade alloy, a different composite material in the handle and a different end cap than the DeMarini Vexxum. Other than these differences, both bats are two-piece hybrids and will perform just about the same.
Jennifer
What size bat would you recommend for my 13 year old son who is 5'8" 135lbs.
none
A good size BBCOR bat for your son will be a 32-33" bat. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo DXVDC has been a very popular bat and will have good pop.
Kris
Is there a difference in performance from this bat and the -5 because this bat is bacon?
Double H
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a BBCOR bat and designed to perform like a wooden bat. The -5 is a USSSA certified bat and will have a little more pop.
Tyler
Would it be worth it to get this bat for my first year in Juniors Little League and hope it lasts until high school or should I get the -5 which would last better but wouldn't be legal for high school?
Double H
That depends. If you have never swung a Adult -3 bat before, it may be a difficult transition. I recommend going to a local sporting goods store and taking a few hacks with some adult baseball bats. If you feel comfortable swinging an adult bat and do not see a drop in swing speed or control, you should be good. If not, go with a -5.
Tyler
What size bat should i get for high school? I'm 5' 10" and 200 pounds.
hunter
Based on your height and weight, a 33" 30 oz. bat would be the best option.
Tyler
Whats the difference between the 2012 Black Voodoo and the White one?
Mbyrne159
Not much has changed. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a little more durable and will have a similar performance.
Tyler
How do you gauge what size bat is proper for a player? My son is 6'3 and 205 and is 16 years old. He's currently using a 33-3, can he go up to a 34-3?
Chief
Based on his height and weight we recommend a 34" bat. A good tool to use is our Bat Coach; http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.
KB
I'm a contact hitter, would you recommend this bat or the Exo?
Nick
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece bat with more flex. It will be better suited for contact hitters like yourself.
Tyler
What is the difference between the Voodoo and the Vexxum?
Doug
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR has a slightly longer barrel and will feel a little more end loaded than the DeMarini Vexxum.
Kara
What is the difference between the Youth and Adult?
big mike
Youth bats will be 2 1/4" bats that come in various weights. Adult bats will be 2 5/8" bats and come only in a -3 weight.
Kris
Is the DeMarini Voodoo great for power hitters and light for a fast swing?
pete
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid and better suited for contact hitters. Power hitters typically prefer a one-piece bat design.
Jennifer
About how long will it take to break in?
murph on the mound
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR has an alloy barrel and doesn't require a break in like a composite bat.
Tyler
How would you compare the pop and balance between the Voodoo and Rawlings 5150 Velo?
JMS
Since both bats have alloy barrels, pop will be similar for each one. As far as balance goes, the Voodoo is slightly end loaded and the 5150 Velo is more balanced.
Jennifer
How would you compare the DXVDC with the BB12Z?
The Detroit Tigers
I would start by pointing out the differences in construction. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The Louisville Slugger Z-1000 is a one-piece bat that is all composite. The Voodoo will offer more flex as it is a two-piece bat. The Z-1000 is much stiffer as it is a one-piece model. Both bats have tremendous pop for a BBCOR bat and both are well balanced. The Z-1000 may be better for a stronger hitter with above average swing speed. The Voodoo I would like if I was a contact or gap hitter looking to improve my power.
Tyler
Is it USSSA approved?
chad
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is not USSSA approved, it is BBCOR certified. Adult bats will not have the same USSSA certification as youth and youth big barrel bats. If you are looking for a USSSA approved bat you will need to look for a youth, youth big barrel, or a senior league bat.
Bobby
How balanced is the Voodoo BBCOR? Is it balanced throughout our more top heavy?
Big Nate
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR has a slight end load feel.
KB
How does the BBCOR Voodoo compare to the BBCOR CF5 or Easton Surge?
contacthitter
The DeMarini CF5 is a two-piece, all composite bat and is DeMarini's top of the line model. The DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The Easton Surge is similar to the Voodoo as it too has an alloy barrel and composite handle.
Tyler
I have had the Voodoo for about 5 months now and about a week after I got it I noticed that if you turned the bat over I would hear a noise that sounds like beads rolling around on the inside. I always thought this was normal but another player on my team with the same model does not have this problem. Coud you tell me if that means it is cracked on the inside or it might have any other problem?
Biggum Dylan
Sometimes little pieces break off as the composite breaks down and make a rattling sound. This shouldn't affect the performance of the bat, but if you feel the performance has been comprimised you can utilize the 12-month manufacturers warranty. You can contact Demarini at 1-800-937-2287 for warranty details.
Derek
I am a gap hitter should I get the voodoo or the rawlings 5150?
Tigersfan
Both the DeMarini Voodoo and the Rawlings 5150 would be great options for a gap hitter. The main difference between the two bats is the DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid (composite handle/aluminum barrel) and the Rawlings 5150 is a one-piece fully aluminum bat. Here is a link to further compare the two bats. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
Tom
Is the Voodoo end heavy like the Easton Surge?
Dalton
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has a slight end loaded feel.
Jennifer
What would be the best bat or bats for a 13 year old 5'8" 150 lb power hitting player? I'm thing 32/29 is that good? Also looking at Voodoo, Prototype II, and XL bats? Thanks for your help.
Frank
Based on the height and weight of the player, a 32" 29oz. would be the right size to use. If you are looking for a power hitter, the Easton XL3 or the RIP-IT Prototype II are great options to consider. Both are one-piece designs that will be very stiff and help generate more power.
Jennifer
What weight and length should a 13 year old 5 foot, 115 pounds use?
chuck
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 30" 27oz bat.
Kara
What size would be best suited for a 5'11'' 180 lbs player?
OneTrev
Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 33 inch bat. If you need further help trying to find the right size, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our webpage.
Jennifer
I need a bat for my son. He is 15 about 5ft 9" and about 145lbs.
joanelias
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be an excellent choice. Based on his height and weight we suggest a 32" 29oz bat.
Kara
What is the difference between the 2012 Voodoo and the 2013 model?
Groogles
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult will have newer technology than the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult as far as material goes.
Zach
What would be a good size for a 15 year old, 5' 7'' 130 lbs?
humjundi
For a player of that size, I would recommend a 33 inch model.
Tyler
For a 5'4" 150 pound player, what size would you recommend?
justin
Based on your height and weight, a 32" model would be recommended. You can also check out our Bat Coach for a list of bat options: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.
Tyler
My son is 14. 240lbs- 5'8" curently uses a 33" Voodoo and is very comfortable with it. Is there much difference in the 33.5" bat? He is hitting his growth spurt and needing to buy a BBCOR bat for school.
Little Bear
Per our Bat Coach tool on our website, your son should use a 33"-34" bat, so the 33.5" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR should work fine for him. Since he is hitting his growth spurt and getting stronger, moving up a 1/2" and 1/2 oz. should't negatively affect his swing speed.
Derek H.
I'm 240 and 6 feet age 16. I usually destroy the ball. What size should I have? I don't want to sacrifice any bat speed.
Al
Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 33" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo. If you need more help trying to find the right size of bat for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our webpage. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Jennifer
My son is undecided between the Voodoo, the Rawlings 5150, and the Easton S3. What are the primary differences? Seems hard to pass up this price on the Voodoo but he seems like a contact hitter but would like to be a power hitter. Hit with the Easton Reflex last year and liked it.
ladybird
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid bat with a composite handle and alloy barrel whereas the Rawlings 5150 and Easton S3 are both one-piece alloy bats. Two-piece bats are generally preferred by contact hitters and one-piece bats are generally preferred by power hitters, so your decision should be based your son's personal hitting style.
Derek H.
I'm 17, 5 foot 8 and 185. I have great bat speed. What size should I get for the Voodoo?
fryman
Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 33" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo. If you need more help trying to find the right size bat for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our website. This is a great tool in trying to find the right size of bat for you!
Jennifer
What is the best way to break in this bat
hhs-slugger
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR DXVDC is going to have an alloy barrel so there is no break in necessary for it. It will be broken in straight out of the wrapper.
Sean
I'm 14 6feet tall what size bat should I get
Wally
The common sizes used for a 6' 14 year old would be a 32" bat and a 33" bat.
Sean
I'm about to purchase a baseball bat for my son. Which is a better bat the Marrucci Black or the DeMarini Voodoo. He is more of a contact hitter with some power and already has great bat speed.
cal
The Marucci Black and the DeMarini Voodoo are both great bats that would be a good choice for your son. Both of these bats have alloy barrels with composite handles, have great pop and will last quite a while. You can't really go wrong with either!
Jennifer
I just recently bought both the Voodoo and the Vexxum, both -3 BBCOR. I heard that BBCOR bats need to be broken in, but I've also heard that the Voodoo is only good for about 1000 hits, and I planned on using it more than the Vexxum. Is this true and what should I do?
evan
All BBCOR bats, as a whole, do not need to be broken in. Composite-barreled bats need to be broken in, and neither the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and the DeMarini Vexxum have a composite barrel. They are both two-piece hybrids with a composite handle and alloy barrel and are game ready the day you got them.
Derek H.
Is this bat legal for 15u travel ball and what is the performance difference between this bat and the 2012 Demarini CF5?
scott
The DeMarini Voodoo is legal for 15U travel ball. This bat has an alloy barrel, while the DeMarini CF5 has a composite barrel. With that being said, composite bats do tend to offer a little more pop due to the trampoline effect the composite material creates.
Jennifer
Does this bat require a break-in?
Jason8a
Since the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has an alloy barrel, it will not require a break-in. Only composite barrel bats will require a break-in.
Jennifer
What bat would you recommend for 5 ft tall contact hitter going into high school? A Voodoo or S1?
BaylEe
If you have average or below average swing speed, I would recommend the Easton S1 as it has a slightly lighter swing weight. If you're not concerned with swing speed, the DeMarini Voodoo would be a great option.
Tyler
Is this bat approved for Little League Juniors 13 years and up?
Jenny
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is approved for Little League Juniors division.
Kara
I am 14 6'3" and 205 pounds. What's a good size for me?
chrism1515
By using our Bat Coach tool on JustBats.Com, I recommend using a 34" 31oz. 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR. You can check out the Bat Coach here: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Derek H.
I am 5'3 100 pounds and am a contact hitter. Which would be better a Voodoo or a CF5?
Rich
Both the DeMarini Voodoo and the DeMarini CF5 are two-piece bats. With that being said, either one would be a great option for a contact hitter.
Jennifer
My son is 13 still growing, about 6 foot 125 lbs, loves Demarini -3 Voodoo 31" 28oz. Should he go to 32" 29oz?
klye
Based on his height and weight, we recommend the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR in a 32" 29oz.
Kara
I'm 5'4" and I weigh 140. What size bat do you recommend?
Clutch
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" 28 oz. DeMarini Voodoo.
Kara
I've never got a bat from here if i buy one will the bats come brand new or used?
luigi11
All our bats are new unless otherwise stated. The only bats that have been used are our "Demo" bats.
Tyler
Is this bat usable in modified baseball?
Johnny
Modified baseball leagues are not governed by the same set of rules. Please check with your league director.
Tyler
I'm 5'6 and 130 pounds, what size bat do you recommend for me?
Johnny
Based on your height and weight, I would recommend a 32" 29 oz DeMarini Voodoo.
Tyler
Is it a USSSA 1.15 BPF?
john
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR does not have the USSSA 1.15 BPF. Only youth bats require the USSSA stamp.
Kara
I am 5'10 and 180 lbs. What size bat would I need to buy?
T-Bone
Based on your height and weight, I would recommend a 33 inch BBCOR bat.
Tyler
I am 14 , 5'10 , and 180 pounds. What size bat would best benefit me? I am a good contact hitter but also have power.
dtf fox
A 33" model would be recommended.
Tyler
I am an 8th grader-13 year old aiming to play high school baseball next year. I am 5 feet 11 inches tall and 150 pounds, and skinny. Would the bat be good for me and what length should it be?
80pitcher
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" 29oz bat. If you are a contact hitter, a two-piece bat like the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be a great choice.
Kara
I am 15 years old 6 foot tall and weigh 250
vnew
We would suggest a 34" 31oz size bat.
Ryan
I am a 14 year old looking to play high school baseball. I'm 5 foot 7 and 120 pounds. I am not sure what bat length to get. Any suggestions?
Wildcat
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" bat.
Kara
I am in need of a BBCOR bat for high school. I don't know whether I should get the EXOGRID or the Voodoo. Any suggestions?
hhsslugger
The Louisville Slugger TPX EXOGRID2 BBCOR and the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR are both very high performing bats that would be excellent options. Here is a link to further compare these two bats. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
Tom
Does it come in 26 ounce?
milleryup
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and the 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR are not available in a 26 oz.
Kara
I'm debating whether to get a Combat Caliber 52 or a Demarini Voodoo... Any Suggestions?
HomerunHitter25
Both the COMBAT 52 Caliber and the Demarini Voodoo are tremendous bats. The best advice we could give is weather you like the stiff feel of a one-piece fully composite bat which is the 52 cal. Or if you like the flex of a two-piece bat with the half alloy barrel/ composite handle Voodoo. Which ever is most suited for you as a hitter would be the option you should go with.
Ryan
I have one of these bats in a 32" and I was just wondering how long they last? I've had it for about a year and have used it year round except some days in winter.
b.i.g.
There is no standard time frame on a bat life. There are a lot of factors that play into the longevity of each bat. But typically a bat should last you a couple of seasons with proper use. The more it is used the less life expectancy it will have.
Ryan
Hi I am a 15 year old 215 pound going to be a sophomore. What size should I be using 33 or 33.5?
Thatguy
Based on your height and weight we would recommend a 33" DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR.
Kara
Hi, my son is a 13 yr old 123 pound that is hitting quite well. Has hit 330 ft. bombs over left field fence. I would concider him a power hitter. Is this a good bat for him?
Vinny
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is a great bat for a strong hitter. It has just slight endloaded feel that your son should benefit from even more.
Tyler
Is the -5 Vodoo a BBCOR bat, too? If it says 1.15 BPF??
Derek
No. The -5 DeMarini Voodoo is not BBCOR certified. Only -3 Adult bats are eligible for BBCOR certification.
Tyler
Is it okay to have this bat rolled? Will it help with the performance of the bat or should this bat not be rolled?
Elbow
It is illegal to roll bats. Rolling can actually damage the bat and it will void the warranty.
Kara
What would be the absolute best Demarini bat for a power hitter?
Bronson
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is the best DeMarini bat for a power hitter. It has an endloaded alloy barrel and a composite handle which makes it perfect for a power hitter.
Nick D
I am 12 years old and 115 lbs what would be the best bat size for me?
anonymous
The size is determined by your height and weight. Check out our bat coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/ for correct sizing.
Kara
Does this bat come with a warranty and if so, if the bat breaks or is damaged in any way what will be the replacement bat? Thanks.
andres baseball
Any unused bat purchased with Justbats.com will come with a one year manufacturers warranty and will allow you a one time replacement bat through the manufacturer if your original bat breaks. For additional information on warranties you can contact our customer service at 1-866-321-2287.
Shelbe
I am 13 years old and I'm 5'11" 130 lbs. Which size bat do you recommend for me, a 33 or a 32 inch?
NikeCobra34
Based on your height and weight, I would suggest going with a 32" bat. If you need more assistance in selecting the right size for you, feel free to use our bat coach feature located on our website. This is a great tool in trying to find the right size of bat for someone.
Jennifer
I'm 15 yrs old and don't know which size bat to buy. I'm 6'0" and 140lbs. I'm buying this bat to use on my team right now and my high school team next year. And I haven't stopped growing yet. What length bat should I use?
Buick
Based on your height and weight, a 33 inch bat is recommended.
Tyler
I'm 14 and I don't know what size I should get. I'm 6 ft and 135 lbs and in high school.
tito
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" 29 oz. 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR.
Kara
Is this better or is the 2013 version better? Also which size would be good for a player that is 5'8 190 lbs?
CTCD Baseball
Both are good bats. The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo has upgraded materials and a slight end load.
Damon
What is the difference between the 2011 BBCOR Voodoo and the 2012 BBCOR Voodoo?
andy
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR was actually released in 2011 for play in 2011 and 2012.
Kara
I would like to know what size to get. I am 6 foot 2 and 166 lbs. Thanks.
bigdaddy14
Based on your height and size we would recommend a 34" bat.
Damon
what is the difference between the 2011 bbcor voodoo (the white one) and the 2012 bbcor voodoo?
danny
The 2012 Voodoo DeMarini introduces a new composite material called TR3 Strut Composite. With TR3, DeMarini seeks to replicate the triangular structure of a crystal, as that is what helps make crystals one of the toughest and most stable compounds on earth. TR3 Composite is strong, stable, and predictable - without any unnecessary weight.
Tyler
What is more balanced between the 2012 Voodoo BBCOR or the 2012 Omen BBCOR? Also what are the most balanced and lightswinging bats that are under $150?
chadini
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is more balanced than the 2012 Easton Omen. There are a couple of lightweight, balanced bats under $150. They are the 2012 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha BBCOR, and the Easton Rival BBCOR: BG2 Adult.
Kara
Do the bats come with the warranty?
dylan
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR does come with a 12 month manufacturer's warranty.
Nick K.
I just purchased an Easton 32" 29oz bat for our 11 yr old who is 5'7" 190lbs, is this the appropriate size?
baseball mom
The 32" will work, but depending on his bat speed the 29 oz could be a little heavy for an 11 year old.
Tom
What size would be best for high school baseball?
BaseballKing
A lot depends on your height and weight. I recommend our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/ It's a great tool!
Tyler
What is better, the Voodoo or the TPX Vertex?
nats0933
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC and the Louisville Slugger TPX Vertex BBCOR: BB12V are going to be very similar bats. They both are two-piece bats with composite handles and alloy barrels. The major difference is going to be that the Vertex will have a more balanced swing weight.
Nick D
Do you have to use a -3 in high school?
Sam d
Yes, a -3 is required in high school and college play.
Kara
I am 5' 11'' and 135 pounds. Should I get a 32 inch or a 32.5 inch?
cam
According to our Bat Coach, a 32" bat is recommended. If you feel that you are strong enough to swing the 32.5" then that would work as well.
Nick K.
Im 5' 11" 135 pounds and have a fast swing. What size bat should I get?
cal
The suggested length and weight for a player your size would be 32" 29oz.
Tom
Is there a big difference swinging the 33 inch vs the 32 inch?
boyscout
The 33 inch model is one inch longer and one ounce heavier than the 32 inch model.
Tyler
If i use a 32 inch 30 oz wood bat, should i get a 32 inch 29 oz or a 33 inch 30 oz metal bat?
jj
Weight should be the first thing you look at. If you use a 30 oz wood bat, I would recommend a 33" 30 oz non-wood bat.
Tyler
How does this bat compare to the Marucci Black?
leadoff21
Both are two piece hybrid bats. The Marucci Black will be a little more evenly balanced, where the Voodoo will have a slightly more endloaded feel.
Tyler
What is more similar to the 2010 Voodoo? The 2012 or 2013 Voodoo? Also, is the 2012 or 2013 Voodoo better suited for a 3 slot hitter?
D.P.
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR will be more similar to the 2010 Voodoo. The 2013 model is more end loaded than the 2012 model, perfect for a hitter with power.
Kara
What does end loaded mean and does this barrel have much flex?
Steve
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo will have more weight at the end of the barrel, great for a contact hitter with power. It will have some flex.
Kara
Would you recommend this bat or the 2013 model of it for a contact hitter?
contact hitter
The 2012 Voodoo has a more balanced feel compared to the 2013 model. If you're a contact hitter, the 2012 model may be better suited for you.
Tyler
What's the difference betwween the 2012 model and 2013 model?
ocampo
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo uses an upgraded alloy material, also the 2013 model is going to have slightly more of an end loaded feel to it.
Sean
I'm 13 and I'm not sure what bat to get. I am a contact hitter and I'm deciding between the 2013 Vexxum or the 2012 Voodoo. Which one?
contact
The 2013 Vexxum has the C6 composite handle and the X10 aluminum barrel and the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has a TR3 Strut composite handle with a SC4 aluminum barrel. Both will be great for a contact hitter. Here is a link to compare the two models. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
Tom
I am 13 years old, 5' 4", and 125 pounds. I am a contact hitter with good power on the right pitch. I was just wondering which bat would be better for me, the Voodoo or the CF5?
rc8
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR will be best suited for a contact hitter with power.
Kara
I'm a line drive contact hitter with some power, which Voodoo would be right for me? 2012 or 2013?
Aj
The 2012 Voodoo would be a better choice for you because it is not endloaded like the 2013 model.
Nick D
I am 13 and I'm a power hitter. In my league bats have to be -3 BBCOR bats. Would the 2012 DeMarini VooDoo be right for me?
CB
Two-piece bats like the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo are usually best suited for a contact hitter. One-piece bats are better for a power hitter. Here is a link of some of our most popular one-piece bats: http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~adult/material~aluminum/approved%20for~bbcor/.
Kara
Hey I'm 14 years old, and a leadoff contact hitter. I'm 5'7 135 lbs. Which BBCOR Voodoo is best for me?
TheOnlyLeadoffHitter
The 2013 Voodoo has a slightly more endloaded fell than the 2012 model. If you have above average swing speed, I would recommend the 2013. If you have average swing speed, I would recommend the 2012.
Tyler
I am a line drive switch hitter with quick hands from both sides batting 2nd for my high school and AAU team, would the 2012 or 2013 Voodoo be right for me?
JA
The 2013 Voodoo is slightly end loaded, great for a player with quick bat speed. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is more balanced.
Kara
Are two piece composite bats better than half and half bats? Does one feel different than the other?
Tommy
That all comes down to your own personal preference. I can tell you from years of experience, players definitely have different preferences when it comes to bats. Neither is considered "better" than the other, and since both are two piece bats, they do a good job of dampening vibrations.
Tyler
I was a contact hitter last year, but I am starting to develop great bat speed, and I believe I will be a power hitter during high school ball. Would you recommend this or the EXOGRID2, and which one is more end loaded?
bob
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR will feel more end loaded than the EXOGRID2. The Voodoo would be a great choice for a contact hitter with some power.
Kara
Is this Voodoo better than the Easton Surge, the EXOGRID2 or the Easton Brigade XL2 ?
Jay Ro
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo will be comparable to the Easton Surge and Easton Brigade XL2. The Louisville Slugger EXOGRID2 is more balanced and stiffer. Better for a power hitter.
Kara
Which bat is best for a contact hitter and more durable, the 2012 Voodoo, Team Marucci or EXOGRID2 and is the most balanced?
robster
Two-piece bats like the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo are best for a contact hitter. The EXOGRID2 will be the most balanced. All three are very durable.
Kara
is this bat well balanced
robster
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo is slightly end loaded.
Tom
Do you recommend the DeMarini Voodoo or the Easton XL1?
Carter
Both are good bats and will have some end load for a power hitter. The Easton XL1 will have a composite barrel though, so you should get more pop out of the box.
Damon
What is the most balanced demarini bat?
Bob the best
The M2M and CF5 are probably the two most balanced Adult bats DeMarini has to offer.
Tyler
Does this bat require a break-in period? And is it durable?
Mac
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is a very durable bat and it will not require a break-in period. It will be ready to go out of the wrapper.
Nick
Should I get the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo or the 2012 CF5? I am a contact hitter with a little bit of power.
Jj
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be a great choice for a contact hitter with power.
Kara
is this bat good for a 5'4 130 lbs year old? if not, what bat do you recomend?
lui
The Voodoo is a great bat with excellent pop. A 31" model would be a great choice for you.
Tyler
My son needs a bat that says BPF 1.15 on it to be able to use it for his league. Does this bat meet that requirement?
Margaret
This is a BBCOR bat that is used in primarily used in high school and college but should still be legal for your sons league. We do have a couple of DeMarini Voodoo's that have the BPF 1.15 stamps, the DXVD5 and DXVDR. Here is a link to take a look at those models. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
Tom
is the voodoo slighly end loaded or fully?
troll
The Voodoo has just a slight endloaded feel.
Tyler
How would this bat compare to the Easton Surge BGS2?
migs
Both are going to be similar in performance and feel. They are two-piece bats with an alloy barrel and composite handle and have a slight end loaded feel.
Kara
When you compare this bat to other bats on the market, is this bat one of the better all-around models?
JayG
The DeMarini Voodoo is one of the highest performing bats on the market. It is a two-piece hybrid design with a TR3 STRUT composite handle and SC4 aluminum barrel.
Tom
HOw long does this bat take to break in?
Steve
The DeMarini Voodoo has an alloy barrel that does not require a full break-in period. However, it does have a composite handle and I would recommended about 50 hits off a tee before using it versus live pitching.
Tyler
Which bat is better, the 2012 Voodoo or The 2013 Vexxum?
blake
Both are excellent two-piece bats. The 2012 Voodoo will be a little stiffer than the 2013 Vexxum.
Kara
Which bat has more pop? The 2013 Voodoo, the 2012 Voodoo, the Omaha, or the XL3? I'm a power hitter but I can hit for contact all day. I'm deciding on the bat I'm getting.
Justin
Two-piece bats like the Voodoo are best suited for a contact hitter. The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo uses newer technology for a higher performing, more durable bat. It is also end loaded, perfect for a contact hitter with some power.
Kara
Which bat is more balanced, this or the Combat 52 caliber?
hitNdRun
The DeMarini Voodoo and COMBAT 52 Caliber a both weighted the same and have a slightly endloaded feel.
Tyler
Is the Demarini Voodoo more end loaded than the Easton XL bats?
Patrick
The DeMarini Voodoo has a slight endload, but won't be more endloaded compared to the Easton XL bats.
Tyler
Is this better than the RIP-IT Prototype?
flykai702
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR and the RIP-IT Prototype BBCOR are going to be very similar as far as performance goes. Both are very high performing bats with a ton of pop. The Prototype will be stiffer swinging and the Voodoo will have some flex to it because it is a two-piece bat with a composite handle and alloy barrel.
Nick
What drop should I use if im just starting off in the Juniors, and I am turning thirteen?
toasterwaffel247
A drop 8 is going to be the ideal size for you with the 2012 Demarini Voodoo BBCOR bat.
Noah
If I am 5'11" what would be the best size bat for me? 32'' or 33''?
907boss shwag
At nearly 6' tall the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC would not be a problem for you to swing a 33" model.
Brandon
Will I need to worry about using this bat in cold weather?
Raidan019
With all bats, not just the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC, you need to take more caution when using them when the temperature is below 55 degrees or so. Just try to restrict how much the bat is used in those temps.
Tyler
Is their a certain temperature that I should stop using this bat to prevent it from breaking?
TKO7x
It's generally recommended you limit how much your bat is used when the temperature is below 55 degrees or so.
Tyler
I am 5'10" and 170, would you reccomend the 32' or 33'?
falcons8
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 33" DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR.
Kara
I'm 6'1 220, would you recommend the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC or the Easton XL2?
nick
Both of these bats are designed for power hitters. The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR is slightly end loaded and the Easton XL2 is end loaded with an extended barrel and larger sweet spot.
Jeff
I am 5'6 and 130 lbs entering my first year in Babe Ruth. Is the Voodoo right for me and if so what size?
Brad
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult baseball bat is a great bat and the recommended size for you would be a 31" bat.
Jeff
I am 5'5 and weigh 130 lbs, but I usually swing better with heavier bats. I tried my friends 33 inch 30oz bat and I hit a homer the first time at bat. Would that be good for me?
Konnor M.
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be a decent bat for you. If you like the heavier feel of bats though you should go with a one-piece, end loaded bat like the Easton XL3. The XL3 will provide a stiffer feel with better bat head control and larger sweet spot.
Noah
I'm 5'10 and 190lbs, what size bat should I get?
ggggg
A 33" or 34" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR bat would be the best size for you. Our glove coach on JustBats.com is also an awesome tool to find out what size bat would be best for you, and to find bats that fit your criteria.
Noah
I am 5'8 and 140 pounds how long and heavy should it be?
wombat
Based on your height and weight, a 32" Adult BBCOR bat is recommended.
Tyler
I am 5'7 130, what size should i get?
big dog
Based on your size, a 31" model is recommended.
Tyler
Is this bat evenly loaded with weight?
joseph
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC will have a very slight endloaded feel.
Tyler
I'm 5'11 and 195 lbs. What length should I use?
Alex
A 33" BBCOR bat is recommended based on your size.
Tyler
I'm 5'4, 135 lbs. What size would you recommend?
Bill
Based on your size, a 31" model of the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is recommended.
Tyler
I am 5' 3", and 130lbs what size should I get? I'm more of a contact/line drive hitter, not a power hitter, would you recommend this bat for me?
cosmo
the 2012 Demarini Voodoo is going to have an end loaded feel to it. It does have a two-piece design which is preferred by a contact hitter, but the Easton S2 might be a better bat for you.
Noah
I understand that the Easton XL3 is more of a power bat, and I would like to get a power bat, and a bat for faster pitchers such as the Easton S3. Is the Voodoo more of a power bat or speed bat? Would it make more sense to get the Vexxum and Voodoo Bat Pack, or Voodoo and XL3 Bat pack?
Sam
The DeMarini Voodoo has a slightly end loaded feel making it a good choice for hitters with above average strength and swing speed. The DeMarini Vexxum will be more of a balanced bat compared to the Voodoo and Easton XL3.
Tyler
My son is 5' >100 lbs. Needs a -3 for high school. What size bat should I get (he has been using a 30" -9 Voodoo)?
jeff
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is slightly end loaded. We would recommend a more balanced bat like the 2013 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR: DXCFC for the transition to a BBCOR bat. We suggest a 30" 27 oz.
Kara
Is it appropriate for my kid? He is 14 years old, 5'9" tall and 165 pounds.
charly
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat would be fine for a 14 year old high school player. Using the Bat Coach Feature on JustBats.com I was able to determine that he should be swinging a bat length of 32".
Brandon
Our daughter is 13 and plays on a softball team that won PA state title last year. She is 5'6" and 140 pounds. What bat do you recommend. She's strong, athletic, and plays 3rd base.
Wiesbaden
Using the Bat Coach Feature on JustBats.com I was able to determine that your daughter should be swinging a bat length of 33". The Bat Coach also recommends bats. Check these out: The 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno: FP13X Fastpitch, 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFS Fastpitch, and the 2012 DeMarini Vendetta C6: DXVCF Fastpitch bat. These are the top three selections that your daughter should be looking at.
Brandon
Out of these bats which one should I buy? It's my first BBCOR bat ever. I'm a power hitting 13 year old.
brummie21
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat would be a good choice for your first BBCOR model. Since you are a power hitter and like the slightly end-loaded feel, this bat would work well. It will be a two-piece hybrid design. It will feature a composite handle and an alloy barrel. This bat will require no period of break-in.
Brandon
Which one is better the CF5 or the Voodoo? I want to buy one of them.
mario
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat will be a two-piece design. It will have a composite handle with a alloy barrel. This bat will have a slight end-load typically favored by power hitters. This bat will require no period of break-in. The 2012 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR: DXCFC Adult bat will also be two-piece but will be 100% composite material. This bat will be very Balanced in swing weight and not be End-Loaded at all. This bat will require a period of break-in of about 100-200 swings. You can break-in the barrel by hitting balls from a tee or soft toss. Just be sure to rotate the bat 1/4" after each swing. Be sure and do this before any game use. Both bats come with a 12-month warranty through DeMarini.
Brandon
I really like the reviews of this bat. I'm trying to figure out if it is suited for a smaller player who is a contact hitter with pop.
MIRR
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat has weight placement closer to the taper rather than in the barrel which allows DeMarini to maintain the integrity of the sweetspot and keep swing speeds at their fastest! It should work well for either a power hitter or contact hitter.
Jeff
Aside from the color design, is there any difference between the 2012 and 2013 DeMarini Voodoo?
Baseball Dad
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo has upgraded alloy that increases the durability and performance over the 2012 model.
Aubrey
How many seasons is it going to last me?
parkerchop
Due to a variety of different variable, bats do not come with set lifespans unfortunately and we cannot guarantee anything.
Tyler
Does this bat loose pop easy ?
baseball god
No. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC does not lose it's pop easily.
Tyler
Which DeMarini BBCOR is the best for the price?
900%batter
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult will be the best two-piece bat for the money. The 2012 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR: DXCFC Adult will be the best composite bat for the price.
Kara
Is this a good bat for a 13 year old in a Babe Ruth league?
Aidan
Yes. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is BBCOR certified and legal for Babe Ruth play.
Tyler
My son is 13 years old. He is 5 feet 7 inches and 130 pounds. What length bat would be most suitable for him? We are looking for bats that he will be able to use in little league juniors and in high school.
Chin
A 31" BBCOR model is recommended based on his size.
Tyler
I am looking at getting this bat at 32.5", 29.5 oz. and and the Easton XL3 33" 30oz. Are these correct sizes for a 15 year old who's 5'9?
John
Our Bat Coach is a great tool to help determine bat size: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Tyler
What are the differences between this bat and the Nike Adult MC2?
123456789
Both the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat and the Nike Aero MC2 BBCOR: BT0633 baseball bats are very similar. They are both two-piece half and half bats, however; the Voodoo is slightly endloaded and is not quite as balanced as the Nike MC2.
Jeff
Looking for a BBCOR Voodoo bat for a 15 year old who is 140lbs and 5'10. Should I go with 32 inch?
Shanna
We recommend the 32" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult.
Kara
I'm 15, 170 lbs. and 6'1" and need a new bat that is similar to the Demarini Voodoo. What bat should I get and at what length?
Ben
At your size I would recommend swinging at bat length of 33". The most popular bat in the adult BBCOR size is the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult. There is a 33" and 33.5" available. Something similar to the Voodoo's make up and feel would be this bat: 2013 Easton XL2 BBCOR: BB13X2 Adult.
Brandon
Why does DeMarini put numbers on the bat cap that go in the order 1,3,5,7 going from the right to the left?
collin
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat does have numbers on the end cap of the bat. This is to help you as a hitter. You can keep track of what side of the bat you are hitting on. It will keep you from wearing out one side of the bat.
Brandon
What bats are similar to the DeMarini Voodoo?
Joe
The Easton XL2 and Easton S2 would be comparable bats due to their two-piece hybrid design.
Zach
Is there a 2013 model out yet?
Todd
Yes. The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC has been on the market since April 2012: http://www.justbats.com/product/2013-demarini-voodoo-bbcor--dxvdc-adult/15470/
Tyler
My son is 5'9" 148 contact hitter, would this bat good for him and what size?
baseball mom
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat should work well for your son. I would also recommend looking at the 2012 DeMarini Vexxum BBCOR: DXVNC White Adult bat because it is a more balanced bat better suited to contact hitters. A 32" 29 oz. bat would be just about right for him.
Jeff
What's the difference between the Voodoo and the Exogrid BBCOR bats?
Big Mike
The DeMarini Voodoo is a two-piece hybrid design with a composite handle and aluminum barrel. The Louisville Slugger TPX EXOGRID is technically a one-piece aluminum bat but it does have composite inserts in the handle.
Tom
What is a good size bat for a 13 year old power hitter?
mr.frank
It is difficult to make a size recommendation without knowing the child's size and weight. I recommend using our bat coach to decide what size bat will be best for you. You can find our bat coach in this link. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Noah
Will this be legal for 2013? In high school league?
JHS
Yes. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is BBCOR approved and legal in High School.
Tyler
Should I get the Voodoo, Easton S2, or the Z-1000? I am a 5'10" 145 pound contact and power hitter.
Ernie
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat and the Easton S2 are both two-piece hybrid designs. They have an alloy barrel and a composite handle. The Louisville Slugger TPX Z-1000 BBCOR: BB12Z Adult bat is a one-piece composite design and will feel more stiff than the previous two bats. The DeMarini Voodoo has a slight end load feel and the Easton S2 and Louisville Slugger Z-1000 have more balanced swing weights. Choosing between the three will be what you think is the best fit.
Aubrey
What will give better performance, the 2012 Voodoo or the 2013 CF5? I'm 6' 175 and am a power/line drive hitter.
niko
Both bats are great options. For best results, it's recommended a player swing what feels best to them. The difference between these bats is found in the materials. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is a two-piece, alloy barrel/composite handle, end loaded bat, that is best suited for power hitters. The CF5 is a two-piece composite bat with a low swing weight which gives the player a faster swing speed. Either one is good for you.
Kara
I am 13, 144 pounds, and I am 5' 3", and I wondering what size DeMarini Voodoo I should use?
Andrew H
Our bat coach is a great tool on our website to find out which size is best for you, but I would recommend going with a 31" bat,
Noah
Our son just turned 17 he is 6 feet tall and weighs 185. Has medium strength. Hit a couple of home runs over fence last year coaches really emphasize batting average and on base percentage, he has been the 3 and 4 hitter in the line up on both varsity and the Babe Ruth teams last year. He has fairly long arms. Wondering which Voodoo bat size you would recommend? We think the 1/2 sizes are very interesting.
microdad
That is hard for us to say without knowing what the length and weight of his current bat is. Also, our Bat Coach is a great tool to help determine what size is best: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Tyler
I am currently using a 32/29 Voodoo. I need a bigger size. I am thinking about getting either another Voodoo or a CF5. I can swing my Voodoo just fine with a really good bat speed. I hit more for power. I am wondering which bat would benefit me most, or which one would have more pop.
Bandits
Both have excellent pop. The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is more end loaded than the CF5, better for a power hitter with good bat speed.
Kara
I am 13, 133 pounds 5ft 8in. What bat length should I get?
voodoo
Based on your height and weight, a 31" model is recommended.
Tyler
What is the difference between the 2012 Voodoo and the 2013 Voodoo? Also, what one would probably be better for me (5'9' 170 lbs) the Voodoo or 5150?
NMoney
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC uses upgraded composite and alloy materials for a better durability and performance.The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC will be more end loaded than the 2012 Voodoo and the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR. If you need to increase your bat speed, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR would be a better choice.
Kara
I am more of a contact hitter, but can still hit the ball hard and long. Would this bat be a good bat for me?
Jack
Yes, the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat has a slight end-load for added power.
Frank
How much of a difference is the 29.5 oz and the 29 oz (size and weight wise)? Could it affect my bat speed?
Jack
A 29.5 oz. model will be .5 oz. heavier and .5" longer. Any increase in weight has the potential to slow a player's swing.
Tyler
What is the best way to clean the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo?
giuls
I always use soapy water and a rag to remove ball marks from my bat. This would be an effective method to clean the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo.
Marcus
What size do you recommend for my son who is 160 lbs. and 5'7"?
Ecart
A 32" model of the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is recommended based on his size.
Tyler
Does the BBCOR stamp on the bat have to be there if you are playing Babe Ruth baseball in Surprise, AZ?
2 chains
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat will have the BBCOR .50 Certification on it. If you are required to swing BBCOR for your league I am certain the umpires would need to see a stamp or marking.
Brandon
Is the 2012 Voodoo a balanced bat?
Broden
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR will have a slight end load to it.
Noah
I am a hitter with fast bat speed and good strength. I used an Easton Reflex last year, but would like a bat that lets me use my strength for more power too. Is this a good choice?
CF MM
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat features an end-loaded swing weight, and would be a great option for a power hitter.
Aubrey
Is this bat still usable after the end cap becomes flimsy or comes off?
Justy
You could still use the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult after the end cap comes off, but it may be deemed illegal in your league and the vibration might become really bad.
Noah
I am 5' 5" and weigh about 148lbs. Would a 33" 30oz. be good for me?
joey
You could use a 33", but it will be on the heavier side. I would suggest getting the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo in a 32" bat for your size.
Noah
I am 13, 5 foot 6 inches, and 120 lbs. I want to get this bat but I don't know if I should get a 32 inch or 33 inch because I am growing quickly and will probably be 130 lbs and 5 foot 9 inches next year and I want to use this bat next year.
Joe
Whether you are 5'6" 120 lbs. or 5'9" 130 lbs., a 32" model of the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC would be the recommended size.
Tyler
Is the 33" model too big for a person who is 5' 9'' and 130 lbs.?
Joe
At 5' 9" and 130 lbs., I would recommend a 31" or 32" 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat.
Doug F.
What is the difference between the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo and the 2013 Voodoo?
justin4
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat features the SC4 Alloy in the barrel while the 2013 model has the X10 Alloy in the barrel. Both bats have the TR3 Strut Composite in their handles and an end load swing weight.
Mac
I am 6'3" and about 220 lbs, I use a 33" 30 oz. I am looking for a better bat, which 2013 BBCOR -3 bat would be best for me?
dwayne
If you are more of a power hitter than I would go with the end loaded feel of the 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR. If you were more of a contact line drive hitter than I would go with the 2013 DeMarini CF5 BBCOR.
Chad M.
What is the difference between this model and the red Voodoo model?
JP
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is the 2012 model. The red 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is the 2013 model.
Marcus
Is this bat end loaded?
jp
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is slightly end loaded.
Marcus
How long will the bat last? I've had it all season long for school ball, I don't want it to give out on me at the Championship.
Seth
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat is very durable. It will also come with a 12 month warranty from the manufacturer.
Brandon
Can I get a 32" Voodoo in the bat pack with the Easton XL3? Only 33" is listed.
Mcq
Unfortunately, our website shows our current inventory and the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is not available in the 32" model. Any sizing options you see listed will be in stock and ready to ship.
Mac
What's the drop?
Wolfy
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult features a drop, or length to weight ratio, of -3.
Mac
Does the -12 DeMarini Vendetta have a BBCOR stamp?
Snapdragon
The DeMarini Vendetta is a fastpitch bat and will not have a BBCOR stamp. Only adult bats like the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult have a BBCOR stamp.
Kara
Is the Voodoo USSSA certified?
angelsbaseballfan
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is BBCOR certified and will not carry the USSSA BPF 1.15 certification mark. Some divisions of USSSA baseball allow you to use BBCOR certified bats.
Mac
I'm about 5' 10" and 160 lbs. What size of the Voodoo would you recommend?
Jgray
We recommend the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult in a 32" 29 oz., based on your size.
Katie
How does this bat perform compared to the 2014 Voodoo?
sluugger
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat will feel the same as the 2014 version in swing weight. The 2014 will provide a newer composite material that will maximize stiffness and pop. Both bats would be great for a power hitter that likes the end loaded feel.
Brandon
I'm 5'10" and weigh about 120 lbs (I know, very skinny). Would the 33" 30 oz. work best for me? I'm a hybrid as far as contact/power.
Hunter
Yes, a 33" 30 oz. in the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR would be a good size for you. Here is a link to our sizing chart on the website: http://www.justbats.com/bat-resource-guide/selecting-a-baseballbat/.
Damon
Would this be a good bat for a contact hitter??
Michael
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat features an end loaded swing weight and is generally preferred by a power hitter.
Aubrey
How many hits does it take to break in the bat?
tgrow
The DeMarini Voodoo has an alloy barrel and a composite handle so there will be no break in required. Composite barrel bats are the ones that will require a break in period of about 150-200 swings.
John
I'm 5'11" 215 lbs should I stick with a 33 or move up to a 34?
Jake
Our charts are suggesting a 33" would be ideal for your height and weight. Check out our Bat Coach feature. It is a great feature to help determine the best size bat for you. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
John
What is the difference between this bat and the 2013 model?
johnny baseball
The 2013 DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult uses new TR3 F.L.O. Compoiste material for better durability and performance.
Kara
When will the 32/29 size of the Voodoo BBCOR be restocked?
Davido Bandino
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo has been discontinued. We do not expect to be receiving anymore of this model at this time.
John
I'm 5' 8" and 145 lbs. Should I use a 33" drop 3 or 32" drop 3?
nick
Based off of your height and weight you should be using a 32" DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult.
Noah
I am 5'11" 195 lbs. What size would you recommend?
Ben
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat would be best in the 33" 30 oz. size for you.
Brandon
My son is 5' 120 lbs. What bat would you recommend? He has never used a drop 3.
sparky
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC is an end-loaded bat. I would suggest swinging a very balanced model for your first -3. The DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR: DXVXC Adult is very balanced, and would be one I would highly recommend.
Justin R.
I am 5'8" 200 lbs. What size would you recommend? A 32" 29 oz.? Or a 33" 30 oz.?
jc
The recommended size for you in the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult bat would be a 33" 30 oz.
Brandon
I'm 5'8'' and weigh 150 pounds. Do you think a 33/30 would work or should I stick to 32/29?
juan1234
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend getting the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult in a 32''. However, if you feel that you can handle a longer bat then it would be a benefit to move up in size.
Tori
I'm 5'7" and 170 lbs. Do you think this is the right size for me?
JCK
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR: DXVDC Adult is an end loaded bat. If you are a power hitter it is a great option. Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" 29 oz. bat.
Kara
Is this the 2013 version?
Eli
No, the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC) Adult is the 2012 model.
John H
Does this bat run out of pop? I've had this bat for a year and a half and I want to know if there is an indicator that forebodes me purchasing another bat.
DK
The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC) bat has consistently been one of our top sellers and a high performing alloy barrel bat. Unfortunately, with all bats there is a finite lifespan. The lifespan varies based on how the bat is used. Factors such as cold weather use, frequency of use, whether the bat is used by multiple players, and whether the bat is used for both practice and games can affect the lifespan. We suggest not using the bat in conditions under 55 degrees and using the bat to hit only approved baseballs (yellow dimpled cage balls can affect durability).
Patrick
I am 5'2" and weigh 112 lbs. What size bat do you recommend I use? I am a sophomore in high school.
BW
I would go with a 30" 27 oz. in the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC Adult).
Zach
im 13 and im 5'6 what size bat should i get ?
cam cam 401
We would recommend a 33" model.
Damon
Is this a good bat for power hitters?
tuck man
Yes, the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC) is an end loaded bat that is ideal for power hitters.
Justin R.
I'm 14 and around 5'5", 5'6", what size bat should I use?
Nick O'Brien
The correct size is best determined by your height and weight. Check our our bat coach for the best size for you: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Kara
What is the difference between this bat and the 2014 DeMarini Voodoo Overlord?
Drew
The biggest difference is that the 2014 DeMarini Voodoo OVERLORD BBCOR: (DXVDC) will incorporate D-Fusion Handle Technology to help eliminate vibrations, and extend the sweet spot on the barrel. This extra technology will ultimately be the biggest difference between these two models.
Merritt
Does this have the same balance as the Voodoo Paradox and what is the difference?
Jesus
Yes, both models will have the same slightly end loaded swing weight. The 2014 DeMarini Voodoo OVERLORD (DXVDC) has the new D-Fusion handle that helps eliminate vibration and extend the sweet spot through out the barrel. The DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR (DXVDC) does not have the D-Fusion handle.
John H
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About the Brand

In 1992, DeMarini Sports had something to celebrate. The three-year-old company had climbed a rung on the proverbial ladder of success, moving its world headquarters from a dirt-floored barn to a slightly larger metal shack. "It was a big move for us," recalled Ray DeMarini from the batting cage of DeMarini Sport’s present-day Bat Industrial Complex. "The new shop was larger, more storm resistant, and -best of all- it had a heater."

In the early days, DeMarini Sports hardly made a blip on the radar screen of softball. With no retailers and virtually no advertising budget, DeMarini grew steadily by selling high-performance bats directly to customers. While established companies made "juiced" bats for the pros and ordinary bats for the public, DeMarini focused on making one line of high-performance bats for pros and amateurs alike. This approach, combined with a passion for the sport, led to the greatest innovation in softball history - the world’s first multi-wall bat: the DeMarini Doublewall.

Released in 1993, the DeMarini Doublewall was the world’s first multi-wall bat. Like a modern golf driver or oversized tennis racket, the Doublewall had a giant "sweetspot," which allowed average players to hit like pros. DeMarini’s sales exploded, and before long opposing bat manufacturers to notice. DeMarini - a homegrown company led by a softball fanatic - had shaken the establishment silly.

To understand the rise of the DeMarini Dynasty, you need to know Ray DeMarini. A cult hero among avid players, Ray DeMarini emerged on the professional softball scene at the age of 40, a veritable geriatric among younger players. With a scientific approach to training, a batting speed of 96 miles-per-hour and a bombastic attitude, DeMarini fast earned a reputation as a savage competitor.

In June of 1987, ESPN launched a nationwide search for a hardcore player to advise on a series of instructional softball videos. When approached by producer Erich Lytle, the biggest boys in softball repeatedly spoke of a five-foot-seven softball giant—Ray DeMarini. DeMarini had mastered reflex hitting, a technique that drops the ball squarely between the infield and outfield. Impressed with DeMarini's knowledge and scientific approach to training, Lytle not only hired Ray as an advisor—he hired him as the host. Together, they produced Ray DeMarini's Reflex Hitting System, ESPN's most successful home video to date.

Having garnered national recognition through ESPN, Ray turned his efforts toward designing a high-performance bat for the masses. To accomplish this, he needed an engineer. "Not just an engineer," he said, "but a boot-strapping rocket scientist who could build an empire with pocket change." Ray's call was answered by Mike Eggiman. Having grown up on a farm, Eggiman was adept at making the most of a situation. Case in point: the company's first piece of automated bat-making equipment had the heart of an abandoned washing machine.

With Eggiman as Chief Engineer, DeMarini Sports delivered a series of industry firsts: the first multi-wall bat (Doublewall Distance), the first high-performance bat for massive players (Fatboy) and the first high-performance youth bat (Black Coyote).

In 2000, DeMarini joined forces with Wilson Sporting Goods to develop the next generation of hitting technology. Ray believed it was a perfect fit, as both companies shared a vision of developing game-enhancing equipment for avid players. What’s more, the companies had complimentary products: Wilson was the leader in gloves, balls and protective gear, while DeMarini made the world’s finest bats. According to Chris Considine, Vice President/General Manager of Wilson Sporting Goods: "The thing that struck me most about DeMarini was their passion for sports and their true competitiveness.

Within a year, DeMarini unveiled the industry’s first concept bat, the $35,000 F1. Secured under lock and key at the DeMarini Bat Industrial Complex in Hillsboro, Oregon, the F1 served as a technological storehouse for future products, including DeMarini’s landmark Half & Half system.

In December 2001, 12 years after the genesis of DeMarini Sports, Ray DeMarini died of cancer in his Northwest Portland home. He was 55. The next summer, the Portland Metro Softball Association paid homage to the “King of Softball” with the dedication of Ray DeMarini Field. Formerly known as Delta #1, the field was DeMarini’s favorite place to test bats during the early days of business. Ray DeMarini—bat maker and player extraordinaire—was remembered for his high-performance softball bats and unwavering encouragement of everyday players. Today, a 40-foot sign announcing RAY DEMARINI FIELD graces the outfield, and an interpretive display chronicling Ray’s life greets players as they register for games.

More "Insane Dedication to Performance" is in store for tomorrow.

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Bat Properties

DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR Baseball Bat: DXVDC
Barrel Diameter 2 5/8"
Baseball Bats BBCOR
Bat Type Baseball
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Length to Weight Ratio - 3
Material Half and Half
Series Voodoo
Vendor DeMarini
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