Blazing Bats Sells Revolutionary Bat Warmer Online
According to the Blazing Bats website, a heat-charged bat helps the batter hit harder and eliminates the stinging sensation after swinging.
(prHWY.com) January 17, 2013 - Kuna, ID -- Kuna, Idaho (January 2, 2013) - Blazing Bats, the makers of the revolutionary Blazing Batsâ„¢ Bat Warmer and other heating products, is selling their unique merchandise online.
According to the Blazing Bats website, a heat-charged bat helps the batter hit harder and eliminates the stinging sensation after swinging. Having bats, warmed to optimal temperature, works well in games during cold weather as it helps prevent breaking and cracking.
The bag works by having air-activated heat packs placed in four individual pockets to transfer heat of up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit to the entire barrel surface. The heat is distributed evenly and is effective for up to 18 hours. It does not need sunlight, electricity, or microwaves to be used.
There are other features including ThinsulateÂ® lining to keep heat in longer, a durable metal fence clip to hang the bag while warming the bat, a shoulder strap for easy portability, and loops to attach a cleaning towel.
The Blazing Batsâ„¢ Bat Warmer bag was designed by Jim and Valerie Pierce to help bats last longer and increase their flexibility, and to provide heat conveniently, cost-effectively, and safely.
These softball bat warmers are compliant in most leagues around the country and tournament governing organizations, such as the United States Specialty Sports Association, National Softball Association, and Senior Softball USA, among others.
"I haven't (had a) broken a bat since using my Blazing Bats bat warmer bag," said two-time world champion senior softball player Wayne Clark.
Order a Blazing Batsâ„¢ Bat Warmer by visiting blazingbats.com or emailing email@example.com.
About Blazing Bats
Jim and Valerie Pierce co-created the Blazing Batsâ„¢ Bat Warmer to help baseball and softball players like them save money from having to heat, repair, and replace their bats repeatedly by making bats last longer with convenient and cost-effective heating.
Web Site: http://blazingbats.com/
Kuna, Idaho 83634