The weight of a Cricket Bat is 2.63–3 lb (1.19-1.36 kg). The Cricket Bat is a piece of sports equipment used in Cricket batsmen. The cricket bat is commonly made in India and Pakistan, featuring a flat-fronted willow-wood blade fixed to a cane handle.
Cricket bat weight is generally expressed as pounds and ounces. In Australia, we use grams, however to honour the tradition of cricket bat making, we used pounds and ounces to express the weight of our bats. The abbreviation for pounds is lbs. 2.7lbs is 2 pounds and 7 ounces. Here is a quick guide to help you work out the conversion. 1.12lbs = 795 g
According to ‘the laws of cricket’, a bat should not be more than 965 mm in length and 108 mm in width. The standard weight of cricket bat weighs around 1.2 kg to 1.4 kg.
Law 5 of the Laws of Cricket state that the length of the bat may be no more than 38 in (965 mm), the width no more than 4.25 in (108 mm), the overall depth no more than 2.64 in (67 mm) and edge no more than 1.56 in (40 mm). Bats typically weigh from 2 lb 7 oz to 3 lb (1.2 to 1.4 kg) though there is no standard.
Bat Weight Comparison. Our weight comparison chart offers an indicative guide to the weight range of full size short handle bats, including GM NOW! ToeTek and a single grip. Each bat has a slightly different range of weights which allows GM to offer a full spectrum of bats for each individual player. This chart, however, is just a guide.
The cricket bat is made from Willow wood. The length of the bat may not be more than 38 inches(965 mm) and width no more than 4.25 inches(108 mm). The weight of the bat is in between 1.2 to 1.4kg. Hard and solid ball is used to play cricket. In cricket ball a cork is covered by leather.
The Heaviest cricket bat in international cricket was used by Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. The MRF/Adidas Master Blaster CX11 J Cricket Bat weighs around 1470 gm, which is the heaviest. The MRF/Adidas Master Blaster CX11 J Cricket Bat weighs around 1470 gm, which is the heaviest.
Here are the heaviest bats used by such batsmen: 1. David Warner, Gray Nicolls Kaboom. Modern day cricketer David Warner has earned a lot of respect when it power-packed batting and fielding, especially in limited overs cricket. Despite having a tiny frame, Warner uses to carry a bat that weighs 1.24 kilograms.