- MRF seeker A professional-level cricket bat in the MRF cricket bat catalogue is the English willow bat.
- There are several ways to make a bat, but after naturally compressing the English willow, a unique method is used to create this bat’s counter edges and sweet spot.
- To maximise weight and balance of the bat so you can make damaging shots, the back site of the bat has very slight concavity.
- Weight of the bat: This bat’s weight is maintained using a special technique that enables it to do so for an extended period of time.
- It weighs between 1180 and 1250 grammes, which is the normal weight for a cricket bat used by professionals.
- This bat’s main unique characteristic is that it was made using the most recent f5 giant countered edge technology.
- Its edges range between 38 and 40 millimetres, which is also a professional cricket bat’s normal size.
- This bat is made by MRF using grade C English willow that has been hand-selected and compacted naturally to produce ideal grain structures and the lightest English willow in its class.
- Because the willow is so good, a batsman may easily use it to hit the ball with maximum force.
- As the bat’s power is controlled by its handle, which is a particular component, this bat’s handle is made with nine pieces of swark cane and rubber laminated for optimal shock absorption.
- Additionally, they employ a high-quality fabric bat cover to shield it from dents and other harm.
- The number of grains on a bat essentially indicates its age, and the number of grains at its maximum indicates its lifespan.
- The number of grains on this English willow bat in grade C ranges from 4 to 8. The number of grains depends on the willow’s grade.
- MRF Company’s holographic mark is adhered in the middle of the bat to ensure its authenticity.
MRF Hunter English Willow BatMay 20, 2022
|Dimensions||36 × 6 × 6 in|