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Sept. 7, 2013
Snot Nose Kid
61 posts
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Tri18

Isn't that about the SAME TIME and about the SAME PRICE as the GSC wonder bat, with warranty, is supposed to be released?
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Sept. 10, 2013
DCPete
305 posts
Tri18; has anyone hit with this bat yet & outside of durability how will it compare performance-wise to the 1-piece & 2-piece Ultra Maxloads?
And how will it compare to the Worth Senior Legit since they're now all the same company?
Sept. 20, 2013
PJ3P
Men's 50
92 posts
Having put 75 of those 100 swings on the Triad Blackout, I'll say this. It will be tempting to swing it in our tournament tomorrow. While side by side it looks just like a Worth Legit, the sound is obviously different. As a person who is very picky about bats, I would not complain if I had to swing the Triad. It is a very nice bat.
Sept. 28, 2013
Eurskine
Men's 50
86 posts
Good job,Alan......keep up the Fantastic work. I am standing in the blocks waiting.When you get Durability,i guess you may lose some Performance.With the Triad makeup,and new technology being introduced,do you think it will get to the Level of the Ultra's? We are swinging the Two piece models now,and the white maxload is off the chain.Do you think the Blackout will reach that Level?
Sept. 29, 2013
Az Iz
58 posts
Tri18


So now that you got some swings on that new bat, how does it compare to the white Miken Ultra 2 piece end load?

Oct. 15, 2013
Az Iz
58 posts
Alan

Has the Blackout reached the performance of a broken in Miken Ultra 2 piece end load yet?


Jan. 4, 2014
HJ
Men's 70
456 posts
When did it break and what was the final performance level? This may be a rec league team bat.
Jan. 4, 2014
PJ3P
Men's 50
92 posts
HJ, it has not broken yet! I put a lot of swings on this bat when it was new and took a few swings with it again the other day. It is much better now.
Jan. 23, 2014
DieselDan
Men's 65
127 posts
Spoke with a well respected player in the St. G area who has the Triad. He feels it may take over 400 swings to break this bat in. The added resin gives the bat durability, but requires more break in swings than most bats.
Jan. 26, 2014
HJ
Men's 70
456 posts
Tri, a question: What senior bat would recommend for a weak hitting senior? Restated, what senior bat reaches maximum performance with little or no break in? For such hitters breaking bats is a nonissue if the bat isn't used by others. Please advise. Thank you.
Jan. 27, 2014
DieselDan
Men's 65
127 posts
Tri,

HJ asked for a bat that doesn't take several hundred swings to break in. Depending how often he plays or does BP, it might take him a couple of years to break in a Triad, especially if he's a "weak hitting senior". I'd suggest HJ that you talk to someone you play with and see if they are selling one of their bats or purchase one of the other bats Tri mentioned.
Jan. 28, 2014
PJ3P
Men's 50
92 posts
DieselDan, he meant
The Reebok Barrage
The Miken Ultra2 two piece
The Combat Ambush
The Triad Blackout takes a long time break in and would not be a good choice for a base hitter.
Jan. 28, 2014
Lou50
Men's 55
21 posts
What do you guys think of the combat dirty?
March 22, 2015
No knees
10 posts
Does anyone have an opinion on DeMarini The One, balanced and or end loaded??? Thanks
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