The DKP VK-18 Cricket Bat is our flagship cricket bat, where tradition meets modern evolution. Exclusively available in Players and Grade 1 English Willow. The bat has minimal concaving with a hybrid square/round toe and a mid to low sweet spot. The profile as used by the modern day great batsman Virat Kohli. The DKP V
The price of Virat Kohli's bat is between ₹ 17,000 - 23,000. Obviously, once he's done weaving his magic with it, the bat is auctioned off for a whole lot more.
Virat Kohli. The captain of the Indian cricket team uses bats that weigh between 1.1 and 1.23 kg and are made of Grade-A English willow. They have a curved blade, with a thickness ranging from 38 to 42 mm. The bats cost anywhere between Rs 17,000 to Rs 23,000. A bat’s price is determined by the number of grains that are on its surface.
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Weight of the bat: Weight on this bat is controlled by human efforts which is unique in itself .Its weight differs between 1180gms to 1250gms which is the standard size for a professional cricket bat. Edges of the bat: This is the main special feature of this bat as it is designed with the latest technology of f7 massive countered edges. Its edges vary under 38mm to 40mm which is also a standard size of a professional cricket bat.
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Edge Thickness 38-42 mm. Bat Weight 1160 to 1230 Grams. Point to be noted:- The most expensive cricket bat wasMS Dhoni's bat sold at auction for around ₹10,40,000 . The bat was used by MS Dhoni in World Cup 2011 finals on 2 April 2011 at Wankhede Stadium to hit the winning shot. The bat used by Kohli is MRF Genius.
Answer (1 of 11): The specs are very well covered for the bats in the other answers, and the prices mentioned too are in the correct ballpark for the bats which are available in the retail market, however there is a small detail which we miss out.