Questions and Answers for Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch
Is this bat a composite bat?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon (FP13TY) is a one-piece alloy bat.
Is it a better built bat than their Cyclone, and will it handle up to multiple seasons of softball?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch bat contains slightly better materials than the Cyclone: FP13CY. Price is a good indicator of the quality of materials used in a bat, and the higher quality bats have a better chance of lasting durability. It's difficult to estimate the life of any bat, but with good care, you may get a couple season's worth of use out of these two models.
What is the difference between 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch and the 2013 Easton Synergy: FP13SYY Fastpitch?
Both the 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch and the 2013 Easton Synergy: FP13SYY Fastpitch are very similar bats. The main difference is the bottle bat design of the Typhoon. The Synergy will have a longer taper.
Why would someone want to use this bat in slow pitch?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch is should not be used in slow pitch softball. It is designed for fastpitch softball.
Will it dent after a week or two like a lot of Easton bats at this price?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch shouldn't dent easily but if it does this bat has a 12 month manufacture warranty through Easton.
Is this bat good for a 13 year old? Shes a power hiter
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch bat is a well balanced bat with a -11 length to weight ratio making it a better choice for contact hitters or younger players under the age of 13.
Is this bat composite or just aluminum? And how do I register the warranty on Easton's website?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch bat will be fully aluminum. It will come with a full 12 month warranty from Easton. All you will need is your receipt.
Is this an aluminum bat or composite?
The 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY Fastpitch is a one-piece aluminum design.
Hello - Just wondering why there seems to be only one alunimum fastpitch bat that is 32" and it isn't a -10. I was trying to match length and weight of a comp bat with one in alumnimum for cage use. Any thoughts? Thanks.
We actually have quite a few alloy bats in a 32" that are not a -10. Some of the bats that meet your criteria are: Anderson RockeTech FP: KRKTFP, RIP-IT Force: FORC2, 2013 Easton Cyclone: FP13CY, 2013 Easton Typhoon: FP13TY, DeMarini Cat Osterman: DXCTF, Anderson KFP: KFP, Mizuno Jennie Finch G5: JFG5FP, 2013 Easton Mystique: FP13MQ, 2013 RIP-IT Prototype: F1312, Worth AMP: FPAM12, Mizuno Mirage: MZMGE, Easton Rival XXL: SG1BXL and 2012 DeMarini Bustos: DXBFP.
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