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Questions and Answers for 2013 Worth 454 Senior Softball: SBRHA Slow Pitch
I have used Worth bats for years now. This bat feels dead. Does it have a long break in period? Thanks, Bob.
Composite bats like the 2013 Worth 454 Senior Softball do require a break in period. We recommend taking 100-200 swings off soft toss or a tee. Rotate the barrel 1/4 inch every swing.
Is the 454 a balance bat or is it end loaded?
The 2013 Worth 454 Senior Softball: SBRHA is a balanced bat.
What is the difference between Senior and regular?
Senior Softball bats are designed with thinner barrel walls and are made for Senior Slow Pitch Softball Leagues. They will be higher performing than ASA or USSSA bats. Senior bats are not certified for play in any other league besides Senior Slow Pitch Leagues. Also, they typically do not carry a warranty.
How does this bat compare with other Senior Softball bats?
As of right now (1/31/2012) we have heard all great reviews. It is still very new so have not heard a lot of feedback. I would assume Worth would produce a top of the line bat like they have done in the past. This bat will have tons of pop and a large sweet spot for maximum results.
I just wanted to get some feedback on the bat. How it stands up to the 510?
This is a very good bat with tons of pop. The sweet spot is huge and will give you the most power possible.
Is there a warranty on this bat? Most senior bats are poorly made and crack very easy. I'm tired of wasting money on products that don't last!
Unfortunately, this bat does not have a warranty and by no means would I say Senior bats are poorly made. Senior slowpitch bats, and especially the 454, are made from high quality materials designed for senior players looking to achieve the same performance as some of those not-so-senior players out there.
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