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    Difference between the Kookaburra range

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    I was just wondering what the difference is between between the difference ranges that Kookaburra offers?

    As well Why they offer the CCXin Europe and the Beast in Australia.
    Kookaburra cricket bats - Elite cricket bats from Kookaburra.
    Kookaburra

    And to finish my question how does the grading works, might go to OZ for work and pick up a Kooka. Loved my Ice bat

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amobokobokoboko View Post
    Hi ,
    I was just wondering what the difference is between between the difference ranges that Kookaburra offers?

    As well Why they offer the CCXin Europe and the Beast in Australia.
    Kookaburra cricket bats - Elite cricket bats from Kookaburra.
    Kookaburra

    And to finish my question how does the grading works, might go to OZ for work and pick up a Kooka. Loved my Ice bat

    thanks
    Hah well the obvious difference is the stickers
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    Really not sure not a fan of Kookaburra more of a GM man.

    Have to agree with slowfinger the stickers!

    Ponting has got the Beast
    Last edited by Seanyjb10; 16-03-2010 at 02:33 PM. Reason: damn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanyjb10 View Post
    Really not sure not a fan of Kookaburra more of a GM man.

    Have to agree with slowfinger the stickers!

    Ponting has got the Beast
    Ponting actually has the Kahuna . It's named after him afterall (Kahuna Ricky Ponting Players)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Amobokobokoboko View Post
    Hi ,
    I was just wondering what the difference is between between the difference ranges that Kookaburra offers?

    As well Why they offer the CCXin Europe and the Beast in Australia.
    Kookaburra cricket bats - Elite cricket bats from Kookaburra.
    Kookaburra

    And to finish my question how does the grading works, might go to OZ for work and pick up a Kooka. Loved my Ice bat

    thanks

    The diferent ranges are usually just different profiles or pick-up....

    Ive only used the kahuna and the ice of the modern range, the kahuna seemed to have much heavier pick up and lower middle, where the ice had a nice light even pick up with the meat a little higher....
    Last edited by G Rot; 22-12-2010 at 07:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanyjb10 View Post
    Really not sure not a fan of Kookaburra more of a GM man.

    Have to agree with slowfinger the stickers!

    Ponting has got the Beast
    Ponting uses a kahuna ricky ponting.... Johnson Haddin & Katich use beasts....

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    I think you have it around the wrong way. The Kahuna has a higher middle while the ice has a lower middle

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrelGodley View Post
    I think you have it around the wrong way. The Kahuna has a higher middle while the ice has a lower middle
    this is true.

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    Nope i own an ice and my brother owns a kahuna trust me the ice has a higher more evenly balanced blade with the middle starting higher and not much of a sweet spot... The kahuna has a bigger bow the weight is right down the bottom and a smaller but sweeter sweet spot.... I'll try and find profile photos...



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