- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA
- Bullet Proof Cap
- Free Shipping
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturers Warranty
- Launching Pad Gives Twice the Effective Hitting Area
- Made in the USA
- NanoTek Alloy Allows for Thinnest Walls in the Game
- No Break In Period - Superior Performance Out of Wrapper
- The Proof is at the Plate - 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!
Introducing the future of bats... The new Anderson NanoTek FP ASA Softball Bat. The unprecedented strength of the revolutionary NanoTek Alloy allows us to build a bat with the thinnest wall in the game. The strength of the NanoTek Alloy has helped create a Launch Pad sweet spot. The NanoTek Alloy stores more energy at contact and delivers superior performance, improved feel and twice the effective hitting area of the competition. Unlike composites that gradually rise to a short-lived maximum potential, the NanoTek FP has no break-in period, maintaining superior performance and delivering a solid feel throughout its long life. The NanoTek brings high performance through design and innovation. Every component on the NanoTek provides the player with game improvement technology. From the patented Ergonomic Knob to the Taper Flex Vibration Management System, each performance component works synergistically to improve the players game through design. Anderson Bats are made with pride in the USA! Plus, Anderson's popular Proof is at the Plate program is back! Anderson is so confident you'll love this bat, they're giving you a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee on it. If you don't like it, simply send it back. Let Anderson prove themselves... you've got nothing to lose! Anderson: The Proof is at the Plate! The NanoTek is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It's backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by SoftballGirl23 - Aug 26, 2010
Pros: Best bat I've ever had. The ball shoots off the sweet spot even if I don't swing hard. I just used it for try outs and it went over the fence on my 3rd swing with it!
Cons: Absolutely nothing! Worth every penny!
by AKSB12 - Mar 12, 2010
Pros: huge sweet spot! awesome feel... hands down, the best Anderson fp bat ever made. (better than the '04 Rockettech)
Cons: pretty expensive... but worth every penny.
by Softball Player - Aug 31, 2010
Pros: well I used it for soft-toss, and the ball didn't go much firther than with my old synergy clarity, BUT when I hit off of live pitching, Man it FLEW! I got 3 triples in a row at try-outs, I made the team No question! If the ball hits the grey spot, it's gone. you don't have to swing that hard for it to go far, but the harder you swing, the further it goes. It's just an Amazing Bat. Worth the price
Cons: DO NOT USE WITH BATTING CAGE BALLS. The dimpled balls WILL damage the bat. Other than that, nothing at all!
by Keegz. - Mar 06, 2010
Pros: This bat is great! Even when I didn't put the best swing on the ball, I still got a good result. The pop of the sweet spot feels great.
Cons: Price is high, but worth it.
by TK - Mar 23, 2010
Pros: Tons of Pop. It's the best FP bat Anderson has made yet. Better pop than the techzilla and the Rockettech
Cons: Price a Lil High but worth every penny
by cmjr1212 - Jun 18, 2010
Pros: talk about launch pad! if the ball even sniffs that gray part of the barrel it's gone! great balance, not end loaded and doesn't need to be. my power hitters put it to the fence every time with this one.
Cons: the -10 is a little heavy for skinny girls against faster pitchers. would love it even more if they came out with a -12 too.
by DD2312 - Jan 28, 2010
Pros: tons of pop! better than the old rocketech! swings a lot lighter than the other Anderson bats
by cgp89 - Mar 19, 2011
Pros: HAPPY! is all i can say i received my daughters bat the day they said i would,I got just in time for her tournament, sad part is they kept walking her we didnt get to see the ball in action so i took her to the batting cages after her games and it did all it was ment to do and more she slammed everyone cant wait for her next game monday:) i recommend it 110% worth every cent:))
by jplum13 - Sep 02, 2011
Pros: I bought this bat for my wife. She likes a balanced bat and the Nanotek has been great. This bat swings very balanced and has worked well for slowpitch and fastpitch ball. It really doesn't need any break in time. Pop was great right out of the wrapper. If you like an endload, try a Rocketech, but if a balanced bat suits your swing, the Nanotek will make you very happy!
by krunchyfrogg - Sep 06, 2011
Pros: Best bat I've ever seen in fastpitch. I bought one for my cousin (Junior in HS), and it turned her from a gap hitter into a home run threat.
Cons: A little pricy, but worth it.
by fastpitch father - Mar 24, 2010
Pros: great bat my daughter got a double first swing! Great pop no break in just enjoy!
by gt1116 - Jun 11, 2010
Pros: Super well balanced. Nice pop. No down side like comp bats. No break-in required. DD calls it metal version of Stealth Speed.
Cons: NOT the bat if you like the standard Rocketeck! No end loading at all, requires bat speed to perform. Apples and oranges with Rocketech style.
by Fast pitch fever - Mar 27, 2011
Pros: My 12-year old daughter has used a composite bat, 31/19. I wanted a bit more weight and length for her. I was worried about going to the 32/22, and worried about leaving the composite world. She loves this bat! The ball pops off the bat noticeably more than the old bat. She is one of the smallest on the team, but with this bat she can reach deep into the outfield. So fun to watch her play.
Cons: None really. It may take a while to adjust to the weight in regards to the fastest pitching, but shouldn't take long. Coaches all say great choice. A bit pricey, of course, but aren't they all.
by draxx - May 04, 2011
Pros: although they say its a balanced bat it doesnt feel any different to swing my daughter says .having used rocket tech her whole career she is very pleased with pop and the much larger sweet spot she also said "it doesnt like to pop up" which is a good thing after it breaks in it is hot very hot
Cons: this bat DOES need to break in . it also will sound like an old cheap single wall aluminum bat
by CoachC - Oct 10, 2011
Pros: Great pop. No break in. Ball jumps off this one even with slappers.
Cons: My daughter used it for 2 seasons mostly slapping. The paint on the barrel is now completely gone. Started chipping after first season so warranty was gone and now it won't pass pregame inspections. So I just use it to hit fly balls to the team. Too bad, it was a good bat but definitely wouldn't buy another one.
by Lisa23 - Dec 05, 2012
Pros: Definetly the best bat I have had in a long time. It's sweet spot sends it soaring and the rest of the bat hits normally. I essesually liked that even when I barley clipped the ball it went flying. On top of all that, it has next to no back vibrations that will hurt you hands.
Cons: A bit pricey, and could be a little heavy for some people, but you can fix that with a little work on your part.
by softball99 - Nov 09, 2010
Pros: A great bat my daughter loves swinging this bat and has hit 14 home runs since June with it and lots of triples, doubles, and singles. She tells me that the balance is great and gives her the ablity to place the ball where she whats it and now since having the Nanotek she leaves the composits in the bag and refuses to use them.
Cons: We have found no problems with this bat at all.
by Randy - May 27, 2011
Pros: Nice bat, very responsive, large sweet spot.
Cons: paint chips easy, kinda ugly.
by tigerk - Nov 08, 2011
Pros: Liked the balance and sound of this bat.
Cons: Went dead after 6 months...thought it was technique until we picked up a Xeno. Night and day, no comparison
by Smitty - Mar 13, 2012
Pros: Well balanced, solid bat.
Cons: Sweet spot is too small. Not much pop in this bat for smaller girls. Jumps off of the sweet spot or nothing.
by jaj23 - May 07, 2010
Pros: Pop was good but still lacking behind the composites. The bat is an upgrade from previous RTs but not better than the original RT.
Cons: A lil pricy, it dented within the first month. Anderson replaced is no questions asked. Hopefully the replacement will last longer.
by Fastpitch is life - May 15, 2010
Pros: I was impressed with the overall performance and finish of this product. Great Pop. My daughter loves to swing this bat.
Cons: A little pricey.
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Our league will not allow our girls to use two-piece or composite bats. They are not legal. Also, the bat has to be ASA approved. Will this bat pass the test?
Asked by bob on Mar 15, 2013
Yes, the Anderson NanoTek: NANOFP Fastpitch bat will be a one-piece all alloy model that is ASA approved. It will work for your league.
· Mar 15, 2013
Are you able to use this bat in college?
Asked by Mandy on Sep 11, 2012
Yes. The Anderson NanoTek: NANOFP Fastpitch bat is approved for Collegiate play.
· Sep 11, 2012
Is this bat a composite bat. We are not allowed to use them. If it is do you have any suggestion on any other bats? Thanks.
Asked by mike on Mar 13, 2012
This bat is not a composite bat. It is 100% alloy, so it should be perfect for you to use!
· Mar 13, 2012
Does this bat perform as well or better than a composite bat of the same price and is the an ISF approved mark on the bat?
Asked by BBSoftballed on Dec 26, 2011
Yes, this is a very high performing alloy. It will be approved for ISF play and will state that on the bat.
· Dec 27, 2011
Is this bat end-loaded? or evenly balanced?
Asked by Beth23 on Oct 26, 2011
This bat is fairly evenly balanced.
· Oct 26, 2011
Is this bat approved for ASA, USSSA, etc. and all highschool associations?
Asked by jr on Oct 26, 2011
Yes, this bat is approved by all governing bodies until September 1, 2013. After that date, the new USSSA stamp will be required for play in USSSA.
· Oct 26, 2011
Is this a good bat for a power hitter?
Asked by Beth 23 on Oct 24, 2011
Yes, this would be good for a power hitter. 1 piece, huge sweet spot.
· Oct 24, 2011
What is the difference in the -10 and -12 versions of this bat? (other than length)
Asked by Bubba on Oct 12, 2011
The only difference is the length and weight.
· Oct 13, 2011
The only difference is the length to weight ratio. Other than that, they are the same.
· Oct 13, 2011
I have a 7 year old who currently swings a 30/17 Bustos, but looking for something biggger with more pop. Would you recommend the nanotech 30/20 or another bat?
Asked by Wuxtry on Oct 09, 2011
In my opinion a 30-20 is pretty heavy for a 7 yr old. Personally I would keep her in the Bustos a little while longer or at most move her to a 30-18. One suggestion is the Combat Lisa Fernandez LFFP3 it has a huge sweetspot, nice balance and great pop once broken in. If you would like more suggestions, just give us a call.
· Oct 10, 2011
Is this bat a better bat then the rocketec? If so, why?
Asked by mike on Oct 09, 2011
Nanotek has the thinnest walls you can get for a great pop.The strength of the NanoTek Alloy has helped create a Launch Pad sweet spot. The NanoTek Alloy stores more energy at contact and delivers superior performance, improved feel and twice the effective hitting area of the competition. The Rocketech is a multiwall bat with Internal PowerArch Technology. Anderson abandons conventional thinking when it comes to the multi-wall by introducing Internal PowerArch Technology to the RockeTech. This technology incorporates an arched interior sleeve design to generate maximum legal performance and an optimized moment of inertia (MOI). An lower MOI allows players to swing faster, which results in more power behind every swing!
· Oct 10, 2011
IS it a composite or steel?
Asked by Nick on Jul 19, 2011
This is a 100% alloy bat.
· Jul 19, 2011
Is this comopsite or aluminum?
Asked by SN on Jul 19, 2011
This is an aluminum bat.
· Jul 19, 2011
Is this a single wall alloy?
Asked by greg on Jan 30, 2011
Yes, this is a single wall alloy bat.
· Feb 03, 2011
is this bat approved for high school teams
Asked by maria on Jan 03, 2011
Yes, this bat is approved for all ASA fastpitch organizations, leagues & high schools.
· Jan 06, 2011
This bat is ASA approved and is legal for High School play.
· Jan 06, 2011
Who do I need to contact for returns if it's still within 30 days of purchase?
Asked by ADOW on Sep 15, 2010
You have the option to contact either Anderson Bat Co. at 1-888-777-4487 or us at 816.587.6050. Both can provide you with steps to utilize the 30 Day "Proof at the Plate" program.
· Sep 15, 2010
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