This is because cricket bats are mainly graded on looks. To give you an idea, the world’s leading cricket bat willow merchant, J.S. Wright & Sons, have a guide on their website, and below is an extract: “A Grade 1 is the best looking blade, though it will not necessarily play the best. There may be some red wood evident on the edge of the ...
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Blast is one of the best bats in the collection of Reebok’s premium cricket bats. It’s made of the Grade I English willow which is the best in the business. It has a traditional heavy shaped look but amazingly light pickup. The bat is crafted by the expert designers of Reebok with the help of latest technology.
The truth is, CA produces excellent bats year after year, and this season especially, we felt like the Plus 15000 earned its place in our Top 10 list. Plenty of size and beautiful grain in this Grade 1 model, making it one of their best and one of our favorites from the season. Price: AUD 725; Grade: Grade 1 English Willow; Weight: 2.8 - 2.10 lbs.
Superior unbleached seasoned Grade 1 English Willow. Straight grained with a hint of color and minor cosmetic blemishes. Variant 2 Properties: Unbleached seasoned Grade 1 English Willow. Predominantly straight grained with color on one edge and minor blemishes. Grade 2 Willow: A Grade 2 Willow blade also makes a very good quality Cricket Bat. This is unbleached English willow with a slight irregular grain patterns.
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I just purchased A NEW balance dc10180 and paid around £265 sterlings, and it got 9 grains, initially i thought the cricket bat with 12-15 grains are GRADE 1. The bat was advertised as grade 1 but i can see a knot on the face of the bat at the top, hiding under the sticker. I am not sure having a single knot means the bat is grade 2 or grade 1.