Questions and Answers for 2013 Verdero 718MAX BBCOR: 718MAX Adult
Is this bat as end-loaded as the Easton XL3?
The Easton XL3 would be more end loaded than the 2013 Verdero 718MAX BBCOR.
I play 15U travel ball and I am about 6'7" 210 pounds power hitter. Is this bat in a 33 inch 30 oz a good choice?
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 34" 31 oz. 2013 Verdero 718MAX BBCOR bat.
How is this bats balance? I know it has an enload feel but is it a dramatic enload or very unnoticable? Does an endload bat swing faster?
The 2013 Verdero 718MAX BBCOR: 718MAX Adult has a slight end load. The end load will slow down your swing speed.
Would you recommend this bat for a high school ball player who is working for varsity and needs to be hitting homeruns by the end of the summer?
If you are a power hitter, the 2013 Verdero 718MAX would be an excellent choice. It is slightly end loaded, a great option for power hitters.
How does this bat compare to the 2011 Rawlings 5150 BBCOR Bat?
Both bats are very similar and will perform just about the same. The main difference is the Rawlings 5150 will be more balanced and the Verdero 718MAX has a slight end load feeling.
How would you compare this bat to the Rip-It PROBR, and the 5150 Velo?
The 718Max will have more of an endload feel as compared to the PROBR and the Velo. For more BBCOR information feel free to our customer service a call at 1-866-321-2287.
Is there a difference between the Vedero 2012 718Max and the 2013 718Max other than the color.
About the only difference between the 2 bats is going to be the paint scheme. Although, they will try to make some adjustments to increase durability of the bat from year to year.
This bat seems to be identical to the 2012 Rip-It Prototype 2 / are these bats related like the Worth Lithium and Rawlings 5150 BBCOR?
Yes, they are going to be similar in performance. The 718MAX does have a flared handle unlike the PROB2. The 718MAX is going to be more end loaded than the PROB2.
Got a question about the 2013 Verdero 718MAX BBCOR: 718MAX Adult? Ask our team of experts, and they will respond within 24 hours.Ask A Question