Questions and Answers for 2014 Miken REV-EX Youth Baseball Bat: YRVX12
What bat would you compare this to?
The 2014 Miken REV-EX Youth Baseball Bat (YRVX12) is a one piece composite design. The Combat Portent line would be the closest bat in terms of style.
My son and most of the boys he plays with use Easton bats (he has a 2013 XL1). 4 or 5 of those bats are having the cap come off or loose after every hit. They all have exceeded the 400 day warranty by about 30 days! Do these Miken bats have this problem and what kind of pop do these bats have verse the Easton?
The 2014 Miken Rev-Ex Youth Baseball Bat (YRVX12) hasn't had a prominent problem with the end cap coming off or loose. The Miken will have a 12 Month Manufacturer through Miken. Performance wise, the Rev-Ex would have very similar performance to Easton Bats.
If there is no difference between the 2013 Rev-Ex and the 2014 Rev-Ex, why is the price so different?
The price difference between the Miken REV-EX Youth Baseball Bat (YREV12) and the 2014 Miken REV-EX Youth Baseball Bat (YRVX12) could be explained based on the availability and pricing from Miken on our last order as well as the supply and demand in the market. It is not necessarily an indication of one bat being better than the other.
What is the difference between the YRVX12 and the YREV12?
There will not be any differences between the 2014 Miken REV-EX (YRVX12 Youth) and the older YREV12 other than the external color scheme.
How long is the break-in time? How is the vibration on this bat?
For the 2014 Miken REV-EX: YRVX12 Youth, we recommend a break-in time of 150-200 swings. The high quality composite in this bat helps improve performance and reduce the overall vibration.
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