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SOULMAN1012

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Re: Surridge Curve cricket bat
« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2019, 11:20:26 PM »

Handles to me seem completely standard but Chris @SOULMAN1012  your opinion carries more weight here.

@play-yourself-in I can definitely help you with some new gear for the season. Ill very shortly have images of the new pads and gloves and the stickers are being finalised as we speak

Handle is a nice semi oval handle, smaller than a GM handle but thicker than my GN ones. Overall again for the money certainly cant complain about the handle shape or size.

In addition to previous initial comments the bat is very well finished with a silky like finish.
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« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2019, 11:57:11 PM »

Extremely competitive by todays standards.

Equipment isnt the main side of our business, teamwear is. Although now Im with surridge Im hoping to put some time into the equipment side and grow it again.

Bats are indian made by a very reputable factory. As also mentioned Im on hand to pick you something to your needs
Good prices and best thing is that you honest about origin. And bat looks class.
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Re: Surridge Curve cricket bat
« Reply #17 on: March 15, 2019, 12:03:32 AM »

Looks like a lovely bat, i really like the simple branding too.  What are the handles like? is it fair to say that sometimes the indian made bats can have rather thin handles or am i out of line with that?

Maybe i'll treat myself to some new kit for the summer :)
I have 6 Indian made bats so far and handle on all of them are thin. Upon requesting thick handle got told they don't have thick handles. So had to alter them my self.
I am not sure if thin handles are only way in India or some manufacturers could provide thick ones. Wasn't the case with my orders though.
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« Reply #18 on: March 15, 2019, 07:42:46 AM »

Love that profile,,,,and if thats made by the company theres a few un subtle hints about, then Im sure its an absolute cracking bat.
I love a bit of character in a bat, so knots etc I dont mind,,,but I look forward to seeing some grade ones, if thats a grade three
Pricing looks very fair too
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