Written on: 28/09/2012 by Rahul612 (1 review written)
The Kookaburra Kahuna is the bat you are looking for when you know knocking matters. Its simple flat surface makes it a magic wond to knock the ball out of the ground. The only problem lyes that because of its uncurved surface, the ball edges or the orthodox shots are not exellent. Beware, chosing this bat means you are up for some hard knocking. So if you are a player like David Warner or Chris Gayle, this bat is an exellent choice. This bat has proven to be a star bat for my match in 2012… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/12/2010
I'm not going to go on about how I had a lame bat before hand because I didn't, nor am I going to say how it will instantly improve my game because it won't.
The Kookaburra Kahuna Chaos is a quality bat for a decent price. The bat has a good middle and nice use of octopus grip however the grip is irrelevant to how the bat performs as a whole. I have a 2lb 9oz and it feels good in the hands as well as when I go to play my shots. The feel of the bat is the most important aspect of the bat, if… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2010
This was my first ever Kookaburra Bat, which I bought beginning of last season. I bought a medium weight bat with the standard blade SH. It has light pickup, good flow and a lovely sweet spot. Lighter bat helps you play the rising delivery well and also the instinctive pull or cut shots. The willow is a bit soft, so has a good ping to it but susceptible to cracking. Has given me 600 runs so far at the club level.
However, the willow near the handle has now started developing cracks and now… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/05/2010
This bat is INCREDIBLE. I used to have a rubbish, secondhand Slazenger bat and was absolutely rubbish when I tried to bat. I found out from my mates that Kookaburra was a good make, so I saved up for one that seemed pretty good. My Dad bought it for me, and it was Pre Prepared which was good because I don't have a mallet. I went in as the last batter for my team and scored a winning 6. (BOOYAH!) I persuaded all my mates to buy Kookaburra and now most of them have. Definitely the bat for you… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2009
Wow what a bat! I finally persuaded my mum to buy me a Kookaburra Big Kahuna and the first time i used it i scored 57... This was great for me as with my old bat i could barely get into the twenties... Buy this bat!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2009
It is a awsome bat with a big sweet spot. The wood is a little bit soft, but the rest are 100% fine! I can recomend the Kookaburra big kahuna for someone who takes criecket serios and are willing to spend some money for it. AB De Villiers is the BEST!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2009
The Kookaburra Big Kahuna is a great bat and you can hit it miles… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2009
The Kookaburra Big Kahuna has great performance, great value and awesome power through the stroke. I have 2 lb 15 oz but the light pickup makes it feel far less. Might not suit all stroke players but if you like to see the ball disappearing to the boundary at a speed of knots you won't go far wrong with this bat… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2009 by Ali66 (1 review written)
Jus bought the Kookaburra Big Kahuna bat, absolutely phenomenal power and style, loverly weight and deffo the best bat i have ever had, this is my 4th kookaburra and best of the lot WELL PLAYED SIR!!!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2009
Great job Kookaburra, I myself have this particular bat, and out of all the other bats iv'e ever owned this bat is a true stand out to all the rest of my other bats. Keep the good work coming. Excellent bat, great qualities. (Good name)… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2008 by tim smith 69 (1 review written)
I bought this bat with my parents as a gift for my birthday. i was 15 at the time and it weighed 3 pounds 2, but it was okay because im big for my age. this bat was great to me, im more of a strokeplayer but the balance of the bat was ideal and driving was no problem. 4's were easy with this bat and i remember misstiming a square cut and it ended up over extra cover for a massive 6!! overall: great value for money, great power, balance but when using a 2 pound 9 beforehand, you get bowled… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2008 by dsguitar (1 review written)
To conclude this bat comes from 2lb 11oz upwards. the carnage comes fron 2lb 8oz to 2lb 12oz so just get a heavier carnage. But if you want a real sloggers bat get a newbery uzi or go to the morrant website and from there click on cricket bats> cricket bats by brand> morrant cricket bats> scroll down and click on the morrant 20/20 at the bottom. that bat is grade 1 english willow, massive bat and fairly light… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2008
Great bat, really good value for money. I found the kookaburra Big Kahuna to be quite heavy but that give you an immense amount of power when hitting. I was knocking balls everywhere. What a great cricket bat. Definitely recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2008 by crossy (1 review written)
I was using a 2lb 9 oz bat which broke and i decided to go for this one. The lightest weight being 2lb 11 oz which i got. I didn't think that the 2lb difference would make such a difference but it took me about 2 weeks to properly get used to it. Even if u don't hit the middle you can still get 4s from miss timed shots due to the big profile of the bat, which is great. Also for its power its great value for money only around £110 which is fairly cheap for a quality adult's bat. If u are… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2008
I thought this bat was amazing when i first tried it out i got three sixes in a row, how good is that!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2008
If u need a new bat dont even think about getting anything different from a Kookaburra Big Kahuna! Massive profile and huge middle. used mine for first time yesterday and loved it. i hit 1 six and it was effortless i just timed it and it went into the next field. 100% recommend to big hitters! Only bad point really is that its very heavy and only suits big hitters really… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2007 by spike2608 (1 review written)
before this bat, I was using a Malik Prince, which is a fairly hefty bat. The Big Kahuna packs the same, if not a bigger punch, but is easier to use meaning you can still play your shots, but if you want to open up and put some meat through the ball, its all there!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2006 by petehosk (3 reviews written)
Used a team mates Big Kahuna in the nets a couple of time sessions and really had a huge amount of FUN!! The bat I used was 3lb! I am a big fella but usually use a 2lb 10oz bat. So this was heavier than I am used to.
My initial feel of the bat was how light the pick up was! It really felt as light as my normal bat when I used the backlift. The only difference was the power of it! Crumbs!!!! It was wicked!
When you middled the ball, consider it spanked!
And considering you can get one of… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/02/2005 by bcha2005 (1 review written)
The Kookaburra Big Kahuna is a brilliant bat with a great pickup, make sure you're strong though becausee this bat is massive. I recommend it for a player 15+. The only bad thing about this beauty is that it cracks very easily and is very heavy.
All in all a great bat!… Read Full Review
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