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GN Delta
« on: December 22, 2019, 01:01:04 PM »

Starting to see a few of these lately and just wondering if anyone knows any more about them?

Limited edition G1, made in Melbourne, 'mid' middle, squarish toe and 'semi flat' or 'concave' face depending on which site you look at!

Kane Williamson was using one in the Perth test, and I thought it was odd seeing he had his own signiture Maax players edition.  Stoinis and Lynn seem to be using their Maax bats
Also Noticed Matt Renshaw using one in the Big Bash, and he had his own players signiture Atomic.

They sound pretty similar to the Maxx range, but there must be something else I'm missing?


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Re: GN Delta
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2019, 06:29:55 PM »

I saw this at greg chappell cricket center in Sydney. There was one in 2-9 weight
I have to say one of the best profiles in terms of overall thick bat from shoulder to toe and full profile
This bat should be a big hit for 2020
Sad that i did not take a picture of that one but before that i saw the lynn and stoinis ones and those were also lovely
GN australia range is much better than GN UK


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Re: GN Delta
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2020, 07:48:40 PM »

Saw one in Auckland, New Zealand. Lovely profile, big middle and edges. Weights seem to start at 2.9.  My only issue is the thin handle. Would need another grip and this would aid pick up too.

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