Junior G1 Core Cricket Bat - Fantail Cricket

Fantail Bat Wax is a great way to improve the look and lifespan of your cricket bat.

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Product Details

Fantail Bat Wax is basically linseed oil in a solid state which both seals and nourishes your cricket bat in an easy and mess free application.

Fantail Bat Wax acts like a traditional Linseed oil by nourishing the willow and the bees wax offers a protective coat by sealing the grain from any excess moisture. This product also gives the bat a shine which just linseed oil can't achieve on it's own. It not only improves the look but also the life span of your bat.

It is recommended for use on all the exposed timber of your bat & is a great option if your not a fan of facings

Comes in a 80ml Aluminium tin

Directions for use:

Make sure the bat is clean of dirt & dust. Using your finger, apply a small amount of wax to the back edges and face of your bat. Try to avoid the stickers & facing. Approximately 1 teaspoon of wax should cover the bat. Leave the bat for 30 minutes and then buff with a lint free cloth

FAQ

  • Frequently Asked Questions:

    Q. For a new bat, would I still use Raw Linseed Oil to oil the bat first, before knocking in? or can the Bat Wax replace the Linseed Oil?

    A. We recommend you use raw linseed oil for the initial knocking in stages and then apply a coat of bat wax once the knocking in process is complete. We do this in our knocking in process.

    Q. How long would you say a tin of bat wax would last?

    A. You would get between 15-20 coats out of a tin so it would last a few seasons

    Q.Would you recommend a brief sanding down the bat before applying the Bat Wax to finish it off?

    A. I would recommend giving the bat a light sand to remove any dirt. Use a fine grit sandpaper 180-240 grit.

    Q. Can I use Fantail Bat Wax on the toe of the bat instead of having a toe cover and if I do, how often should I reapply the wax?

    A. Yes you can use the bat wax instead of a toe guard. I would re-apply the wax every couple of weeks to the toe of the bat. Obviously it would vary depending on the wickets you play on & the weather so just check it often and re-apply when it feels like bare wood. Make sure you don't apply the wax to the toe of the bat when it's damp as the wax will retain the unwanted moisture that can ultimately cause toe damage.

Shipping

  • Free if you pick up your order from our store located at:
    84C Elizabeth Knox Place, St Johns, Auckland, NZ

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    Please Note: Any Additional charges on international orders by customs must be borne by you; we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be. These charges will need to be paid before your order is delivered

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Size Guide

BAT SIZE GUIDE

Please Note: if you are in-between sizes, consider getting the larger size

BAT SIZE

AVERAGE PLAYERS HEIGHT

TOTAL LENGTH

BLADE WIDTH

recommended WEIGHT

ZERO

Up to 1.20m

60cm

8.9cm

1lb 7oz

ONE

120cm -1.29m

64cm

8.9cm

1lb 9oz

TWO

1.29m - 1.37m

68cm

8.9cm

1lb 11oz

THREE

1.37m - 1.44m

72cm

9cm

1lb 13oz

FOUR

1.44m - 1.50m

76cm

9.5cm

1lb 15oz

FIVE

1.50m - 1.57m

78cm

10cm

2lb 1oz

SIX

1.57m - 1.63m

80cm

10cm

2lb 3oz

HARROW - H

1.63m - 1.68m

82.5cm

10cm

2lb 5oz

SMALL MENS - SM

1.68m - 1.75m

84cm

10.8cm

2lb 7oz & Above

SHORT HANDLE - SH

1.68m - 1.88m

85cm

10.8cm

2lb 7oz & Above

LONG BLADE  - LB

1.88m & above

87cm

10.8cm

2lb 8oz & Above

LONG HANDLE - LH

1.88m & above

87cm

10.8cm

2lb 8oz & Above

 

BATTING/WK PAD SIZE GUIDE

Please Note: if you are in-between sizes, consider getting the larger size 
The measurement to take here is from the centre of the kneecap to the top of the foot (where the tongue of your shoe would fit).

Size

Length

Small Junior

30-32cm

Junior

32-35cm

youth

36-38cm

Senior

39-43cm

Large Senior

44-48cm

 

BATTING/WK GLOVE SIZE GUIDE

Please Note: if you are in-between sizes, consider getting the larger size 
The measurement to take here is from the start of your wrist to the tip of your longest finger in a straight line.
Size
Length
Small Junior

165mm

Junior

175mm

youth

190mm

Senior

210mm

Large Senior

225mm