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Anderson FlexZilla FP: FZFP Fastpitch
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  • -11 Length to Weight Ratio
  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, and ISA.
  • Balanced Swing Weight
  • FlexLink Composite Handle
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  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Multi-Wall Aluminum Barrel With PowerArch
  • Reduced M.O.I. for Lighter Swing Weight
  • TruFlex Lightweight End Cap
  • Two-Piece Hybrid Design
  • Ultra-Thin Handle With Weldless Ergonomic Knob
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by Sam - May 08, 2013

Pros: My daughter loves this bat! She's 13 and has already hit a single, a double, and a triple the first week of owning this bat. The FlexZilla gives her a lighter option to hit faster pitchers with the same action as the TechZilla.

Cons: If anything the price, but no cons to the engineering

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New for 2013! The all-new Anderson FlexZilla combines the PowerArch interior sleeve, multi-wall design of the legendary TechZilla with the new FlexLink composite handle! This combination of technologies provides performance at the cutting edge of legality with a feel that inspires confidence. The all-metal barrel of the FlexZilla includes Anderson's patented PowerArch that features two aluminum walls - an inner sleeve that wields the PowerArch contour, and an exterior shell that provides added elastic performance and durability. The two-piece FlexLink design incorporates a stiff composite handle that is scientifically tuned to match the mass of the all-metal barrel to create a uniquely balanced feel. This combination of materials creates a bat that has a superior feel, superior performance, and delivers a truly one-of-a-kind hitting experience. The handle is designed ultra-thin to fit nicely into the fingers and is wrapped with a Thin Sport Grip that provides a tacky feel and extra support. At the end, a Weldless-Ergonomic Knob adds weight where it is transparent to the swing in order to reduce MOI. The MOI is further reduced with Anderson's TruFlex Toughened Lightweight Cap that provides the support in the end of the bat that is necessary to maximize energy transfer to the barrel. The FlexZilla may be new, but it won't stay a secret for long! Anderson: Game Improvement, By Design! The FlexZilla is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, and ISA. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

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by Sam - May 08, 2013

Pros: My daughter loves this bat! She's 13 and has already hit a single, a double, and a triple the first week of owning this bat. The FlexZilla gives her a lighter option to hit faster pitchers with the same action as the TechZilla.

Cons: If anything the price, but no cons to the engineering

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by Bell66 - May 21, 2013

Pros: I got this bat for my nine year old and she's been hitting doubles all the time and some triples, but she's not that fast so her triple would have been a home run for a girl who has speed.

Cons: The only thing so far is price but you get what you pay for so get the bat and get the hits.

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by Parent/Coach - Aug 22, 2013

Pros: My daughter has always been a good contact hitter but getting her to hit with power has been an issue. We bought the bat and immediately noticed small infield hits turned into hard line drives. She used composite bats in the past (yes, including Xeno composite material) and the pop she gets from this bat is much better and more importantly more consistent. It's not if she's going to hit the ball hard it's where she's going to hit it. While NO bat is going to make any hitter an overnight homerun threat every at bat it does provide the pop reviews say. Plus the Flexzilla composite handle delivers an ounce of weight reduction than the original Techzilla so you can get an extra inch in length for the same weight. Anderson products have the best pop and largest sweet spot on any bats I've seen used on a consistent basis. Would buy again and again.

Cons: Little spendy but you get what you pay for

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by Dad - Mar 20, 2013

Pros: So far daughter loves it.

Cons: Yet to play 1st full tournament

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My daughter loves the Anderson RocketTech. What bat do you recommend to replace that bat? She is 5'4'', 117 lbs, and has fast bat speed.

The 2013 Anderson FlexZilla FP: FZFP Fastpitch will feature an alloy barrel like the RocketTech. However, the Anderson TechZilla and the Anderson Ignite will be more comparable because they are one-piece alloy bats.

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Can this bat be used in cold weather?

We do not recommend using any non-wood bat, including the 2013 Anderson FlexZilla FP: FZFP Fastpitch, in temperatures below 55°F (13°C). In those temperatures, the ball becomes much more dense and could damage or shorten the useful life of your bat. Composite can crack, and alloy can dent, so neither material is proven to be better in cold weather, unfortunately. I know that is not always avoidable, but it is important to be aware of.

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How does this bat compare to the Xeno, in balance and stiffness.

Both bats will have a similar swing feel because both are very balanced. The Xeno will be a two-piece all composite bat. While the 2013 Anderson FlexZilla FP: FZFP Fastpitch will be a two-piece hybrid bat. Neither bat will be very stiff. They both will provide a lot of flex at the handle. Which will help bat speed.

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Do u make this bat in a drop 12?

The Anderson FlexZilla FP only comes in a -11.

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Does it come in a 34"?

We are currently sold out of the 34" 2013 Anderson FlexZilla FP: FZFP. We expect them to arrive within the next two weeks. Once they are received in our warehouse our website will be updated immediately.

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I am looking for some feedback on this bat. My daughter is 11 and plays 12u travel ball. I thought the balanced FlexZilla may be better for her than the rocket flex. She is only 4'9 and 80lbs. Do you think this bat has as much pop as most of the high end comp bats? I am a fan of the 2 piece comp/metal bats in my slow pitch playing.

The 2013 Anderson FlexZilla FP will have great flex in the handle. If you're a fan of two-piece half and half bats then the FlexZilla is a great choice. For your daughter's size I'd recommend the 31" size.




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