Questions and Answers for Anderson NanoTek SP Alpha Slow Pitch Softball Bat: NANOSPA
How many hits were taken out of the Anderson used NanoTek SP Alpha? Also, how long does it take to ship a bat?
Unfortunately, with the used models, there is no way to keep track of the number of hits on the bat. However, we do inspect our used products thoroughly before we sell them. As for shipping, it is guaranteed in 5 days, but generally it takes around 2-3 days depending on what state you are located in.
Why does the photo of this bat on JustBats.com look different from the photo on the Anderson website?
Currently, AndersonBat.com does not have this Anderson NanoTek SP Alpha (NANOSPA) Slow Pitch bat pictured on their web site: http://www.andersonbat.com/slowpitch.asp. They do list some fastpitch softball NanoTek models (NanoTek FP), but they would not be the same model as this NanoTek SP.
Why does Anderson not make a USSSA approved bat that is not ASA approved?
That would be a question for Anderson. I recommend contacting them at 1-888-777-4487.
Is this an alloy bat or composite?
The Anderson NanoTek SP Alpha: NANOSPA Slow Pitch is a two-piece bat with an alloy barrel and composite handle.
Does Anderson still make the one piece version of the single wall nanotek?
The one-piece NanoTek slow pitch bat is not longer in production.
What are the differences between the Alpha and the Omega Nanotek?
The Anderson NanoTek SP Alpha: NANOSPA Slow Pitch is a balanced two-piece bat and the Anderson NanoTek SP Omega: NANOSPO Slow Pitch is an end loaded two-piece bat.
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