In the sixth of a new 8 part series focused on how to make a cricket bat, find out how British manufacturer, Chase Cricket, applies string to the handle duri...
If you see that the binding on your cricket bat handle has become loose or unraveled you should get it re-binded as soon as possible. It is a lot cheaper to ...
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Hello Guys, In this video I explained the function of rubber strips, thread, grip and V-shaped joint in cricket bat. Hope you liked the video.Please SHARE an...
This is my 1st custom Warrior cricket bat that I'm binding the handle.
The handle is reinforced with firmly wound string and a rubber sleeve for increased durability. COMFORTABLE RUBBER GRIP. The cricket bat is easy to grip and hold, thanks to a high-quality rubber sleeve. Offering extra comfort when holding the bat, this handle allows for longer practice sessions time and time again. EXCLUSIVE SHAPE.
We have all had a cricket bat that's scored us tons of runs, but it's looking a little shabby, or it's taken one too many blows to the toe, edge, or shoulder. Not to worry, all is not lost. B3 offers a range of repair, re-handle, and refurbishment services that will soon have your trusty steed back to its former glory.
Cover the handle with wood glue and reinsert it into the body of the bat. Use a rubber mallet to tap the handle into place. Remove any excess glue. Tape or clamp the bat to hold the handle firmly in place and allow the glue to cure for at least 48 hours.
Long handle cricket bats are used by cricket players with 6+ feet height. Short handle cricket bats are widely used by cricket players. It would normally be advisable for cricket players to choose a short handled cricket bat for increased control. Cricket Bat Grips are found over the handle of the cricket bat.
Hand Knocking in, Oiling, Scuff Sheet and extra bat grip fitted. £25. Re-handle (Any Size) £40. Refit handle (includes re-glue, re-string & new grip) £30. Split blade (through toe, in shoulders or back of the spine) £25. Grafting (replacing snapped off pieces). £30. Lifting/delamination (face split along grains). £25. Cracks (surface damage in edge or face).