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Questions and Answers for 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SBL5UR
What is the difference between this bat and the 2015 Legit Jeff Hall pink model?
This 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5UR) features a full ounce end load while the Jeff Hall Legit model offers a half ounce end load.
Will this Bat be OK hitting 44-375 balls?
The 44 core 375 compression balls are actually rated to be used with older model ASA bats. USSSA bats like the 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5UR) are intended to be used with softer balls like the Classic M or Classic M Plus. The .44 core balls would be harder than what the bat is meant for and could cause durability problems.
I just bought this bat. Will it have any durability in the future when hitting a .40 core 325 compression USSSA ball? I read some stuff about DeMarini's having this problem.
The 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5UR) will be designed to hit the .52 cor softballs. It's overall durability would be greater versus those balls. If you use it against .40 cor balls, it would still perform very high but durability may be a problem.
Is there much of a difference between the 2014 and the 2015 Resmondo?
Both the 2014 and 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5UR) will feature the Flex Fifty Technology for increased flex and whiplash. It will help promote faster bat speeds. Both will also feature a full 1 oz. end load. The major difference is that the new model is the Andy Purcell and Don DeDonatis Jr. Signature Model.
I'm waiting to get the bat. How many hits does it take to break-in? Should the bat be rolled a 1/4 turn after every hit?
We would recommend around 100-150 swings to fully break-in the 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UR). I would rotate the barrel about a quarter of an inch every 15-20 swings to help break-in the composite fibers throughout the bat.
Is this bad ASA certified?
The 2015 Worth Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UR) is not ASA certified.
For used bats, is there any way to get additional information before making a purchase? How many hits does it have on it? Has it been used in game play, cages, or been rolled?
The 2015 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UR Slow Pitch Softball Bat) would be a brand new model. The Demo bats will be priced per the use they've had them on them. The higher the price, the less amount of wear they have. If you are ever curious please just call us at 1-866-321-2287.
How does this bat feel? I dislike the softer barrel technology. Looking for something with good pop and a crisp harder feel off the barrel.
The 2014 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UR) has a lot of flex and a ton of pop. The flex technology helps create some whipping and makes good contact easy. The new max loaded swing weight will also help add distance to your swing.
I have never hit an end loaded bat and I'm not a big guy. Would swinging a 26 oz. end loaded be a big difference from swinging a regular 26 oz.? And would it help make up for my lack of power?
The 2014 Worth Legit Resmondo Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UR) would help generate more power. You will be able to tell a difference between a balanced 26 oz. bat and an end loaded 26 oz. bat.
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