Instead, they provide bat makers with the willow clefts used in every high-grade cricket bat made in the world. Ninety percent of Wright’s blades are exported to India and Pakistan, with a smaller percentage going to other countries such as Australia and New Zealand. Upon receipt, bat makers complete the bat-making process.
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Contains 1 x Grade 3 willow cleft (This is the only Grade available and is Unpressed), Singapore cane handle with binding and rubber grip. (Available 1 per student. Ideal for College courses). This can be supplied to UK Mainland addresses Only. A student pack costs £95.50 including carriage and VAT. Payments to be made by paypal only.
Part Made English Willow Cleft. £ 80 GBP. Ever fancied making your own bat? This is a great gift for any wannabe bat maker! Our English willow clefts can be handled, pressed and partly shaped. Let us know your requirements and we will do the rest.
Part-Made English Willow Clefts. Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings. ( 4 customer reviews) £ 75.00 – £ 137.00. Your chance to make your own bat. A part made bat will come pressed, handle fitted, cut to length with the initial shaping of the shoulders. This allows you to create the profile you want to the weight you want.
English Willow Clefts Cricket Bat Grade 2. Rs 4,800 / Piece Get Latest Price. Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Piece. Ask for Details.
If anyone is interested and still monitoring this site, we now produce very high-end English Cricket Bat Willow Clefts in different grades. The next full container will be ready at the end of October 2017. These clefts are waxed and and dried, prior to shipment. Sample photos can be sent on request.
English cricket bat willow is the finest willow in the world, processed into clefts our willow is sold to UK bat makers to supply the production of cricket bats worldwide. We offer a complete service, from consultation, establishment, maintenance, through to harvest and re-planting.
Weight of Cricket Bats. The two factors affecting the weight of the finished bat are the moisture content and the density of the wood. We are the only manufacturer supplying part-naturally dry cricket bat blades to the world market. This method (which takes months in top grades) has, by experience, proved the best method to dry cricket bat blades.