CA Plus 15000 Vs Slazenger V12 Ultimate Edition (BATS)

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Which One is better V12 Ultimate or CA Plus 15000 Overall

and which one is heavy and good for hitting and which one is the thickest of them 2 plz tell me


CA Plus 15000

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Slazenger V12 Ultimate Edition


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CA bats are good as long as they last. But they last only one season. I saw lot of CA 15000 broken bats. I did notice most of them are really dry.
 
CA bats are good as long as they last. But they last only one season. I saw lot of CA 15000 broken bats. I did notice most of them are really dry.

100% true.

said the same thing in another thread.

they are powerful but dont last long.

this has only started happening in the last 2 years or so. ever since they started making them thicker
 
100% true.

said the same thing in another thread.

they are powerful but dont last long.

this has only started happening in the last 2 years or so. ever since they started making them thicker

Will that be for all model ie 5000, 10000 etc or just the new 15000 and 12000's?
 
Will that be for all model ie 5000, 10000 etc or just the new 15000 and 12000's?

to be honest i havnt seen any 5000 or 10000 break. Are they really thick now a days as well?


i have seen a few 12000 and a lot of TRDs break in our club.
 
to be honest i havnt seen any 5000 or 10000 break. Are they really thick now a days as well?


i have seen a few 12000 and a lot of TRDs break in our club.

I really don't know and thought you might have an idea as you seem to know a lot more than most. Only reason I asked just in case I bought one in future to see how the longevity on the older models is compared to these newer supposedly a lot more drier versions.

How big a difference is there in a 10000 and a 15000 in performance? I currently have a Newbery Krakatoa which is fine and probably won't be buying another bat too soon hopefully.
 
get a 5000 or 8000, they will take time to open up but it will last you much longer, quality bats.
 
I really don't know and thought you might have an idea as you seem to know a lot more than most. Only reason I asked just in case I bought one in future to see how the longevity on the older models is compared to these newer supposedly a lot more drier versions.

How big a difference is there in a 10000 and a 15000 in performance? I currently have a Newbery Krakatoa which is fine and probably won't be buying another bat too soon hopefully.

Newbery- you already have one of the best brands bro.

With CA 5k or 8k its still pretty cheap so if they last only 1 or 2 seasons (which is the case of overdried willow) then you have done well anyway. I have tried a damaged CA Power (lower grade willow) and it played well. someone just bought that bat and posted pics only a couple of days back so plz have a look.

This is another good strategy if you are on a budget. Get one or two lower grade English willow bats for nets or for when its raining etc. Thats increasing the life of your match bat by a lot. But try to get the same weight and similar profile (doesnt need to be exactly the same thing- minor difference is fine) coz otherwise you can stuff up your shots (in case you are more of a timing player like me! lol)
 
CAs still have the best handles in Pakistan though. Thats the only issue with MB bats otherwise they will be so much more popular outside Pakistan.
Having said that MB Sher LE seems to have a better handle than the handle on most Sher bats. I am talking from my experience from last few years- havnt seen anything this year so please be warned. lol Still very cold in Australia to start thinking cricket.


Its so funny coz good handle vs cheap handle means only a couple $$ difference but still there are companies that use the cheaper ones on their english willow bats? Weird Subcontinental money saving techniques! lol
 
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