Questions and Answers for DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult
I'm 5' 4", 140 lbs, a very strong hitter that can hit for contact or power, and I have very high bat speed. What size bat would you recommend for me since I'm moving up to middle school ball next year?
I suggest getting the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult in a 32" 29 oz.
I'm 13, 5'7" and 150 pounds. What size bat do you suggest?
Based on your size, a 32" model of the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC is recommended.
I'm 14, 5' 3" and 105 lbs. What size bat do you suggest I get?
We recommend the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult in a 31" 28 oz. based on your size and age.
My boys are 12 and 13. 12 year old is 5'1" and 13 year old is 5'3" they both weight around 105 lbs. What is a good bat for them?
With the height and weight given we suggest a 29" 26 oz. bat for your boys. The DeMarini Versus BBCOR is only in stock in the 31" 28 oz. size. I am a little concerned that it will be too big for them.`
I am 13 and around 110 pounds. What size of this bat should i get?
We would need to know your height in order to determine the best size. I recommend our Bat Coach, which is a great tool: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
I'm 5'8 and weigh 160 lbs, what kind of length bat should I use?
For the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult bat and other bats, our Bat Coach suggests a 32" bat. You can go up or down an inch if you feel more comfortable.
If I'm 14 and 130 lbs. am I still able to use this bat. If the rules apply to -5 and below?
The DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC is a BBCOR certified bat and legal for use in all leagues.
My son is 5'0" and 100 lbs. He is more of a contact and line drive hitter, and he is not very strong. Would you recommend a 30" or 31" BBCOR bat for him? Any specific models that would be better than this?
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 30" BBCOR model. The DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult bat is two-piece design that would be a good option for a contact hitter.
Is the bat USSSA approved?
The DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult is a BBCOR bat, therefore it does not need to be approved by USSSA.
I have two sons and I am not sure which size bats to get both of them. One son is 5" 10" and weight of 128 lbs. Our other son weight is 212 lbs and is 5' 7 3/4".
The DeMarini Versus BBCOR would work well for both son's. The one that is 5' 10" and 128 lbs we suggest a 31" 28 oz. bat, and the son that is 5' 7 3/4" and weighs 212 lbs we suggest a 33" 30 oz. bat.
If I am 5'2",112 lbs. and 12 years old which size should I get?
Based on your height and weight, a 31" 28 oz. model of the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC would be the best size.
I'm 5' 6" and weigh 160 pounds. What size Versus should I get?
We would recommend a 32" DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC for a player with your dimensions. For future sizing information, check out our Bat Coach tool: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.
So in the video they say to rotate the bat for every certain number of swings, is this necessary? Should I also do this with my vexxum?
The DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult is a fully aluminum design, so it does not require a break-in. Rotation of the bat is an option and not mandatory. Like the Versus, the Vexxum does not require a break-in.
I'm 15 years old, 5'11", and 161 lbs. What's a good size bat for me?
For a player of your stature, our system would suggest the DeMarini Versus BBCOR: DXVSC Adult bat in a length of 32". You could also drop down to a 31" or move up to a 33" if either felt more comfortable.
Are they going to make a new DeMarini Versus any time soon?
Unfortunately, DeMarini did not produce a newer model of the Versus for 2013.
Why is it white in the picture but black in the video?
Initially, DeMarini released a special edition, black Versus. There were only a few of these black models made and after they sold out, they were replaced by the white bat. The two bats are the exact same, just different colors.
Is there a reason this bat went down on price so quick and so low?
The DeMarini Versus BBCOR is an older model and is on closeout pricing.
How does this compare to the M2M? They are both two-piece bats that are fully alloy. Is there a difference in performance?
The DeMarini M2M BBCOR is the newer model and the DeMarini Versus BBCOR is the older model. The M2M is going to use upgraded materials for added performance and durability.
Will this or the 2012 Vexxum be more balanced? Which one will be more end-loaded?
Both the DeMarini Versus BBCOR and the 2012 Vexxum are end loaded. However, the DeMarini Versus BBCOR will be much stiffer than the 2012 Vexxum.
People say the end cracks easy. Is this true?
We have not had any feedback about the DeMarini Versus BBCOR cracking. DeMarini makes top of the line bats, using the highest grade alloy. There is a one year manufacturer's warranty if the bat should crack.
Is this bat top heavy?
This bat does have a slight end loaded feel. However, you can't really tell much of a difference in this bat vs. a balanced bat in my opinion.
does this bat come in diffrent colors like the video?
We only carry the Demarini Versus currently with the white barrel and orange writing. Here is the link to view more details on the DXVSC. http://www.justbats.com/product/demarini-versus-bbcor--dxvsc-adult/14267/
im 5foot2 113 pounds and 14 is this a good bat for me?
Based on your height and weight, a 30 inch 27 ounce bat is recommended. Unfortunately the Versus is not produced in that size. The Easton S3 would be a similar option that is available in that size.
Why is the barrel diameter smaller than a Voodoo?
Both BBCOR bats have 2 5/8 inch barrels.
Is this bat made in the United States?
No, it is not made in the United States.
Is this bbcor bat better than the Easton surge and the Marucci cat 5?
It really is just a personal preference, I like the balanced feel of the Cat 5
how does this bat compare to the voodoo
Versus is a 2 piece alloy barrel/ alloy handle, the Voodoo is an alloy barrel, composite handle bat.
Isn't this bat white?
If you look on DeMarini's website, it is a white bat. However, Versus we carry is a graphite black limited edition model.
Is this good for contact hitters?
This would be a good option for a contact hitter.
Is it top heavy?? I am thinking of getting this or the marucci cat 5, and all the reviews for the cat 5 says its evenly balanced.
I've hit with both and the Versus felt just a tad bit more end-loaded than the Cat 5. It was hardly noticeable though. I would also give the Cat 5 a slight edge in terms of performance, but that's my opinion though.
Is this bat better then the m2m and is this good for line drive hitters?
The M2M is very similar to the Versus, both are 2 piece all alloy bats. Either one would perform well for you.
okay two bats same price range, Demarini Versus, or cat 5, which bat is better? looking for a bat with balance and power, something that won't take away from the swing.
Between these two, each has their strong suits. The Versus is a two piece with an extended sweet spot and great pop. The Cat 5 is a one piece with a huge sweetspot, nice balance and great pop.
Do they make this bat in a 32.5? I have always used a Vexxum. How does this compare to the Vexxum?
No, this model does not come in half sizes. The Vexxum is a 2 piece as the Versus is, difference is the Vexxum has a composite handle the Versus has an alloy handle.
Will you please make a review video?
We will have a revieiw video up on our website within the next two weeks.
would this be a good bat for power hitters, or would the anderson ignite be a better bat for power hitters.
Both bats could be used for power hitters, that main difference between the two is that the Versus is going to be a two piece design which will give the bat more flex and the ignite is going to be a one piece, stiffer bat.
What's with the weird end cap?
A new design that was designed after Geodesic Dome construction to increase strength.
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