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Kookaburra Kahuna 650 Cricket Bat – 2016
£225.00 inc taxes
Kookaburra Kahuna 650 Cricket Bat – 2016 has been handmade using premium quality unbleached English willow. It has thick edges and a larger profile which generates maximum power through every single ball.
The Iconic Kookaburra Kahuna 650 Cricket Bat – 2016 has been the spearhead of the Kookaburra range for the last 13 years and is the classic Kookaburra bat shape.
Developed initially in consultation with Ricky Pointing and fine-tuned to meet the demands of the 2016 game by Ian Bell.
The Kookaburra Kahuna 650 cricket bat, has been handmade using premium quality unbleached English willow.
|Sweet Spot||Mid Blade (215mm to 235mm from toe)|
|Edge Profile||Big Edge’ Square (36-40mm)|
|Face Profile||Flat ‘Power Plus’ Face|
|Spine Profile||Super Spine (62 to 67mm)|
|Scallop||Slight Concave (3-5mm)|
|Bow||Mid/Low Blade (11-12mm)|
|Weight Range||2lbs 8oz – 2lbs 11oz|
Massive ‘Big Edge’ profile which increases from the shoulders and maximises at the sweet spot, generating supreme balance with an extended sweet spot that covers the entire width of the blade.
Kookaburra’s ‘Super Spine’ profiles adopt traditional shaping characteristics which operate in unison with the ‘Big Edge’ profile of the bat – creating a huge apex, with unrivalled amounts of power throughout the length of the blade and exceptional ‘pick up’.
The position in the blade where performance is maximised. Kookaburra bats are engineered to maximise the size of the sweet spot, allowing the middle of the bat to be spread further across the blade meaning that off centre strikes perform better.
In the quest to maximise profile, using scallops either side of the spine allow the apex to be extended without dramatically increasing weight. Scallops also maximise edge profile which reduces rotation of the blade in off centre hits, minimising power loss.
The modern game revolves around the thickness of the blade: 1) Flat Face – levelling out the striking area allows more mass to be retained in the back of the bat, maximising the power profile. 2) Rounded Face – favoured by more traditional players, the slightly rounded face gives a familiar look but yields a less expanded profile.
The curve of the bat from the tip of the handle to the end of the toe. Designed to enhance the position of the hands by placing them ahead of the ball, which is essential for good strokeplay.