When I grew up and started playing wiffleball we really only had one choice. The old yellow wiffle ball bats, made by the wiffle ball company. There may have been one other Wiffle BAll Bats but the only one we came across was a fairly weak bat and rendered pretty useless within a day. The old Wiffle Ball bats was made of such strong plastic we would tape them and use them for stick ball. It was a great product.
Fast forward to 2005 when I started playing again and my oh my did things change. From 2006 – 2018 we have experimented with any and every plastic bat we could find. There was no real information out there at the time to compare the bats in any detail. It was always a bit frustrating to me to buy a bat under one pretense and then once I started using it, it would disapoint.
The Wiffle Ball Company, makes the Wiffle BAll Bat, and to my knowledge they do not make any other bats but the standard yellow bat that they made 40 years ago, although the plastic seems less durable. We are in no way affiliated with the Wiffle Ball Company.
The other bats I have come across are: Easton, Lousville Slugger, Moonshot, Cramer Sports, Screwball, Loco Bat, Diamond Bat, Nerf Bats, Blitz Ball, Junk Ball, Quick Ball, and so many other miscellaneous brands we collected them all.
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