Questions and Answers for Anderson NanoTek: NANOFP Fastpitch
Our league will not allow our girls to use two-piece or composite bats. They are not legal. Also, the bat has to be ASA approved. Will this bat pass the test?
Yes, the Anderson NanoTek: NANOFP Fastpitch bat will be a one-piece all alloy model that is ASA approved. It will work for your league.
Are you able to use this bat in college?
Yes. The Anderson NanoTek: NANOFP Fastpitch bat is approved for Collegiate play.
Is this bat a composite bat. We are not allowed to use them. If it is do you have any suggestion on any other bats? Thanks.
This bat is not a composite bat. It is 100% alloy, so it should be perfect for you to use!
Does this bat perform as well or better than a composite bat of the same price and is the an ISF approved mark on the bat?
Yes, this is a very high performing alloy. It will be approved for ISF play and will state that on the bat.
Is this bat end-loaded? or evenly balanced?
This bat is fairly evenly balanced.
Is this bat approved for ASA, USSSA, etc. and all highschool associations?
Yes, this bat is approved by all governing bodies until September 1, 2013. After that date, the new USSSA stamp will be required for play in USSSA.
Is this a good bat for a power hitter?
Yes, this would be good for a power hitter. 1 piece, huge sweet spot.
What is the difference in the -10 and -12 versions of this bat? (other than length)
The only difference is the length and weight.
The only difference is the length to weight ratio. Other than that, they are the same.
I have a 7 year old who currently swings a 30/17 Bustos, but looking for something biggger with more pop. Would you recommend the nanotech 30/20 or another bat?
In my opinion a 30-20 is pretty heavy for a 7 yr old. Personally I would keep her in the Bustos a little while longer or at most move her to a 30-18. One suggestion is the COMBAT Lisa Fernandez LFFP3 it has a huge sweetspot, nice balance and great pop once broken in. If you would like more suggestions, just give us a call.
Is this bat a better bat then the rocketec? If so, why?
Nanotek has the thinnest walls you can get for a great pop.The strength of the NanoTek Alloy has helped create a Launch Pad sweet spot. The NanoTek Alloy stores more energy at contact and delivers superior performance, improved feel and twice the effective hitting area of the competition. The Rocketech is a multiwall bat with Internal PowerArch Technology. Anderson abandons conventional thinking when it comes to the multi-wall by introducing Internal PowerArch Technology to the RockeTech. This technology incorporates an arched interior sleeve design to generate maximum legal performance and an optimized moment of inertia (MOI). An lower MOI allows players to swing faster, which results in more power behind every swing!
IS it a composite or steel?
This is a 100% alloy bat.
Is this comopsite or aluminum?
This is an aluminum bat.
Is this a single wall alloy?
Yes, this is a single wall alloy bat.
is this bat approved for high school teams
Yes, this bat is approved for all ASA fastpitch organizations, leagues & high schools.
This bat is ASA approved and is legal for High School play.
Who do I need to contact for returns if it's still within 30 days of purchase?
You have the option to contact either Anderson Bat Co. at 1-888-777-4487 or us at 816.587.6050. Both can provide you with steps to utilize the 30 Day "Proof at the Plate" program.
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