OUR HANDCRAFTED BATS COME FULLY KNOCKED IN | FREE DELIVERY* UNTIL 23RD DECEMBER *UK ORDERS ONLY
Can I visit the workshop?
You are welcome to visit us at any time during our opening hours. We cannot guarantee a tour of the workshop but we do have an outdoor viewing area, where you can observe our bat makers at work
There is no need to make an appointment however for large groups or school tours please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chase believes that expert advice is essential when considering the purchase of your cricket bat. We take care to advise you on which model will suit your needs. You can be confident that your Chase cricket bat will be the right one for you.
In addition to our full range of cricket bats, we offer a full complement of cricket equipment
Do you have a retail space?
Yes! We have a large selection of cricket bats readily available to view. Our large retail space also boasts a wide range of cricket gloves, cricket pads, cricket bags, cricket protective gear and cricket accessories.
You don’t need to book an appointment, just pop down and say hi.
Is my new Chase bat ready?
We aim to have your new cricket bat with you with 2-4 working days and on many occasions, it can even be with you the next day! Please allow up to 4 working days before contacting us. We will contact you if there is going to be a delay.
Do I need to prepare my new Chase Cricket bat?
Knocking in compresses the fibres in the wood and strengthens the bat, your bat is more likely to crack and dent if not knocked in properly. All Chase bats are pressed which means the wood has been compressed enough making them ready to play straight away. Our cricket bats are oiled and we apply an anti-scuff sheet before our bats leave the workshop. Please see our bat care guide for information on the next steps to follow (link)
THE CHASE GUARANTEE
We give all our bats four hours worth of knocking-in to loosen and soften the compressed wood fibres on the surface, forming a supple finish.
This increases the performance of the bats recoil reaction. Edges and corners are boned to further strengthen the bat and protect it against damage.