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    Good and reasonably priced low-profile cricket bat

    Does anybody have any good but reasonably priced cricket bats, which are good for stroke-makers (front foot) but can also do a bit of power hitting. I was thinking of around $100.

    Thanks!

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    By unbranded bats from local shops in Pakistan. Cost from 3500 - 5000

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    Where are you playing the bulk of your cricket Maaz ?

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    If in pak rupees, 5000 is good, any recommendations?

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    Can talk about CA Bats.

    Check CA Huge Edge 2 star. Its a heavy bat but try to find the lightest ones. They will cost around 3500 Rupees.

    If dual blade is allowed wherever you play, CA Gel is ver good as well. Should cost under 4000 Rupees.

    If you can invest a little more and looking for good profile bat in reasonable weight, CA 5000 is unmatchable. Price around 7500 Rupees.

    CA 8000 is unbelievable if you can find narrow straight grains in very light weight. I have one with around 16 grains with weight 2.6 lbs. Its a beast comfortably outperforming the higher bats in series. Should cost around 9000 rupees.

    My 2 cents...

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    CA bats, especially the CA 5000, are bats I have kept my eye on, thank you very much for the suggestion.
    Thank You

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    From personal experience i will recommend AS V3. It will cost you around Rs.6000. I was able to hand pick one from the Factory store last year and used it here in US on low bounce pitches used in our local T20 league.

    CA bats are awesome but have Mid to high middle.

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    There is a shop near Gulshan with good looking bats, all with brand stickers, but they're cheap. Quality isn't bad, they'll last for about a year before they start breaking near the handle.


    Swing it like Akram, whack it like Afridi, live it like Inti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suleiman View Post
    There is a shop near Gulshan with good looking bats, all with brand stickers, but they're cheap. Quality isn't bad, they'll last for about a year before they start breaking near the handle.
    Do you know their approximate price range? And also, are there certain bats, with stronger durability??

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    In low price range, CA Gel is strong. Generally lasts 2+ season comfortably.

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