FAQ

 

How does the POWER GRIP deliver proper knuckle alignment?
The raised elongated dome front edge "DOME BAT GRIP™" allows the batter to line up there door knocking knuckles for proper hand to hand knuckle alignment. View an example of proper bat gripping here.

 

Is the POWER GRIP approved for play in Major League Baseball? 
No, since the gripping standers need to remain consistent from years past, due to batting records set. 

 

Is the POWER GRIP used only for teaching proper batting fundamentals? 
No, it is used by all skill levels and ages of baseball and softball players. 

 

Why is the POWER GRIP a benefit from using standard rap around bat grips? 
Provides added bat control, added bat speed and reduces bat slippage and sting to the hands. 

 

What is the POWER GRIP made of? 

It is manufactured from thermoplastic material by injecting molding as a one body member bat grip.

 

How do I install the POWER GRIP onto my bat? 
It installs onto any baseball & softball bat by using a bat grip application device. Installing the POWER GRIP takes about 2 minutes and some skill and good physical condition. The installation instructions for the POWER GRIP are available here. See how to install the POWER GRIP onto your bat here.

 

FACTS & ADVANTAGES

 
The POWER GRIP  is a patented, one body member baseball and softball DOME BAT GRIP™.
 
The POWER GRIP elongated dome edge and ultra-thin back wall is designed to line up the batter’s door knocking knuckles and places the bat into the batter’s fingers for greater bat speed and control.
 
The POWER GRIP  is also adjustable, enabling the batter to rotate it around the bat handle in order not to keep hitting the same sweet spot on aluminum bats.
 
The POWER GRIP  dome edge may twist slightly when making contact with the ball due to direct energy transfer, the gripping power is not lost.  This is undetected when using a round bat grip or tap as your hands automatically slip around.  In any case the batter should reline the POWER GRIP elongated dome edge in a vertical alignment for door knocking knuckle performants when needed.
 
The POWER GRIP  is installed manually onto any baseball or softball bat by using a bat grip application device.  It is installed by stretching it onto the bat handle and onto the bat knob. Installing takes about 5 minutes, 3 minutes to remove the old bat grip and clean the bat and 2 minutes to install the new POWER GRIP.  Some skill and good physical condition is needed for installing.
 
The POWER GRIP  dome edge may twist slightly when making contact with the ball due to direct energy transfer, gripping power is not lost.  This is undetected when using a round bat grip or tap as your hands automatically twist slightly.  The batter should reline the elongated dome in a vertical alignment for door knocking knuckle proper alignment when needed.
 
When using the POWER GRIP  it is not necessary to use batting gloves due to the soft sticky rubber like material that increases the batter’s grip and control.
 
The POWER GRIP  is especially use full for batting cage workouts and cold weather play.
 
The POWER GRIP  can also be used on wooden bats, installed to line up the bat label.
 
The POWER GRIP  is within the guidelines for legal play by the following associations: The United States Specialty Sports Association - USSSA, Amateur Softball Association of America - ASA, Independent Softball Association - ISA and International Softball Congress - ISC.  And also the National Collegiate Athletic Association Baseball & Softball - NCAA, National Federation of State High School Associations Baseball & Softball - NFHS and Little League Baseball & Softball - LLB.
 

The POWER GRIP  has been tested by all levels of players and coaches, receiving excellent reviews. Youth baseball players and coaches found it to be a true teaching tool for batting fundamentals and a major reduction of bat sting & slippage.  Adult men and women baseball and softball players found the POWER GRIP to increase bat speed & control.