- -14 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Blue Color
- First Composite Tee Ball Bat
- Free Shipping!
- Full 90 Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- Hollow Core Technology to Minimize Weight and Maximize Trampoline
- One-Piece 100% Composite Design
- Rolled End
- World's Lightest Tee Ball Bat
based on 35 ratings. 35 user reviews.
The world's lightest tee ball bat has hit the field to help even the smallest of players hit the ball with ease! The feather-light -14 length to weight ratio of the COMBAT B2 tee ball bat will give younger players the swing speed they need to develop the proper mechanics. This bat will undoubtedly produce a quicker learning curve and better self confidence for your young player! The B2 was the first 100% composite tee ball bat to ever hit the field. Many have since followed suit, but this pioneering design continues to be one of the best selling and hottest tee ball bats on the market! The B2TB1 is designed with a hollow core to minimize weight and maximize trampoline effect for optimal performance and a great feel for the hitter. The lightest bat on the market will help players excel, and in no time you'll have a hitting machine on your hands! There isn't another bat like the B2 tee ball, so make sure to get one before they're gone! COMBAT: For Players by Players! The B2TB1-B is backed by a 90 Day Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
35 Product ReviewsReview This Bat
by Florida - Jun 18, 2011
Pros: Could not believe the pop that this bat had right out of the box. We even had a team protest the bat saying it must be illegal. I strongly recommend this bat for Tee Ball kids.
by Bo Ski - Jul 31, 2011
Pros: Great T-Ball bat. It's superlight which creates bat speed
by ERIC - Jan 31, 2012
Pros: Very good bat for 5 year olds. My son hits the ball very hard a contact now. Wouldnt recommend any other bat at this age.
by Da Bomb Bat - Aug 01, 2012
Pros: Good Pop, Nice and Light
by Sea Bass' Dad - Oct 28, 2012
Pros: This bat is legit. I bought it for my 4 year old two years ago when he started tball. At 4, he started hitting the ball on a line to the outfield consistently. The light weight of this bat provides a very easy swing for even the smallest of tballers and the ball jumps off the bat. The walls are pretty thing, but it's held up through a 4 year old spring and fall sessions. A 5 year old spring session and summer all-star tour. Bat is still holding strong. My son has one more summer of tball and I'm probably going to move him on to a youth bat so he'll be ready for coach pitch next fall. I would recommend this bat to any tballer for not only a lightweight bat that is easy to swing, but also the extra confidence boost these young kids often need. Encouragement is key in the confidence of these young children and this bat performs.
Cons: If not properly cared for, the bats graphics will chip. We played on several brick dust fields and it chipped up the cap quite a bit. Between that and my sons dragging it sometimes have caused the end cap to look pretty chewed up. However, it's merely cosmetic as the bat is still as structurally sounds as it was when I bought it two years ago.
by TBALL COACH - Feb 27, 2013
Pros: i have played ball my entire life and was sponsored by some major label softball teams and when i heard their was a composite tball bat i had to check it out. after reading all the great reviews i purchased it from just bats with no shipping cost and received it within 2 days. i had my son swing with it before practice and while he wasnt hitting line shots to the outfield at the age of 4...the ball did seem to have more steam behind it when hit. i know you have to break in a composite bat to get its full potential so i had all the kids swing it at practice but so far havent seen any major difference. obviously the more stout hitters continued to launch the ball but the other guys kept hitting grounders albeit hard charging grounders. maybe i can do another review at the end of the season
Cons: my son is 4 and i got him the 25/11 but it seems too light for some of the players as most of them are used to swinging 14oz...maybe after they use it a couple of times it wont seem too light to use
by 5brownz - Mar 07, 2011
Pros: Great Bat! My son is a left handed hitter- because it's so light his swing is faster, it gives him the extra power to get it not only to 1st base but over it or through 2nd- added much more pop to his swing, almost always a double.
Cons: Should got it sooner, so he could really break it in.
by killah - Apr 18, 2011
Pros: I bought this bat for my daughter for Tball. She loves it because it is so light. She is able to swing better with it since it is so light great bat
by tk145 - May 02, 2011
Pros: excellent bat great for younger hitters our T-ball team loves it
by El Caballo - May 16, 2011
Pros: It's a great bat, my bambino (4 yrs old) hit 2 homerums the other day. It's very light so his swing is a lot faster. I do recommend the 26in though because the 25 might be too small.
Cons: The paint comes off very quickly if not taken care of. Buy 2 one for practice and 1 for games.
by Coach Phil - Jul 10, 2012
Pros: Excellent bat at a very good price! The more a composite bat is used the better it will be. In my opinion this is hands down one of the lightest and best bats for any kid playing T-ball.
by m084 - Aug 18, 2012
Pros: Great bat!!! Its light and the ball really jumps off the bat. My son loves it.
by Satisfied Customer - Nov 05, 2012
Pros: This bat is hot right out of the box. Well balanced and excellent pop.
Cons: None. Can't wait till tournament time.
by Fvpaco - Nov 12, 2012
Pros: I bought this bat for my 4 yr old son and he really loves it! It sounds great and hits even better. He gets more distance than any of the 4 bats i got him before. Even the other kids love to use it! Thank you!
by Seminoles little league - Mar 04, 2013
Pros: Amazing bat. Super light and has decent pop.This is a perfect bat for smaller kids.
by OcMom - Mar 15, 2013
Pros: Perfect bat for my tall 5 year old Tee Ball player. Most tee-ball bats out there are too short for him. Plus, he's so happy to have a COMbat bat like his older brother :)
by TSmith - Mar 19, 2013
Pros: Best bat ever for T-Ball will add 10+ yards to any player.
Cons: It's all blue. ;)
by TeamDerty - Apr 04, 2013
Pros: Great balance and amazing pop. Best dollar for dollar bat on the market.
by Michelle - Jun 25, 2013
Pros: We love the bat, it is very light for its size. All the kids on my son's team want to use his bat.
Cons: None, it's perfect.
by Justin Kepley - Sep 25, 2013
Pros: I was looking for a longer bat so my tballer could reach those outside pitches that the coach typically throws, while also needing to keep the weight down. This was an answer to that problem.
Cons: Bat is so light that if your tballer doesn't have fairly strong hands then the bat doesn't drive through the ball like a heavier bat. Too light can be a bad thing!
by Zach - Oct 09, 2013
Pros: very light at 5 my son can really get around with this bat. he loves it. the one I got is longer and lighter than his previous so he loves it.
Cons: Non yet
by Jason Christ - Nov 18, 2013
Pros: Lightest bat for the length, though not by much.
Cons: Obsolete as the bat doesn't have the 1.15 stamp therefore is not legal in a number of leagues. 90 day warranty vs 1 year warranty with Slugger bats. My boys as well as other teammates are getting more pop out of less expensive bats. I bought this bat based on the reviews but I'm not seeing anything but a decidedly average bat that the boys cant even use in their Cal Ripken tee ball games.
by HYTDad - Mar 12, 2014
Pros: I bought this for my little guy for Tball. He could barely get it past the pitcher mound before, but now he is hitting shots to the outfield. EXTREMELY pleased so far. He loves it because it is lighter than his other bats even though it is an inch longer. His swing speed has improved greatly using this.
Cons: I haven't found a con yet other than the other kids always wanting to use it.
by tytoddtuck - Apr 15, 2010
Pros: Very Light for the length! Hits hard and so far my son loves it.
Cons: None so far
by john - Jun 19, 2010
Pros: Excellent bat, great pop and its very light.
by Slayer - Oct 09, 2010
Pros: Best bat for my son
by MamaJ - Mar 09, 2011
Pros: Nice and light . . . Just right for our small fry!
Cons: None! We are very pleased.
by LG - Mar 11, 2011
Pros: What a great bat. My son (5yrs) swings this bat and hits the ball well every time he connects. Really light. My son loves it.
by BEASTYMATA - Jan 14, 2013
Pros: THIS BAT GAVE MY SON THE POWER THAT NO OTHER BAT COULD GIVE HIM. EVERY TIME HE GOES UP TO BAT HE IS HITTING THE FENCE WITH IT GIVING HIM A TRIPLE OR EVEN TIME TO TIME INSIDE THE PARK HOMER'S. ESPECIALLY FOR HIM BEING A LITTLE ON THE CHUB'S SIDE. EVERY YEAR SINCE HE STARTED I'VE BOUGHT-EN THIS BAT FOR HIM TO SUIT HIS LENGTH IN BAT. I AM VERY PLEASED WITH THIS BAT NEVER LET HIM DOWN WHEN ITS HIS TIME TO SHINE.
by - Feb 25, 2011
Pros: Awesome bat way better than anything else out there
by 5555 - Oct 29, 2012
Pros: I hit 26 homers with it!
by l.zambra - Dec 27, 2010
Pros: Well this is one of the lightest bats my 5year old kid has ever used. Not only he has this bat in his traveling team but all the kids have one too!
by FR8Zilla - May 26, 2010
Pros: Great bat! It is very light and easy to swing for the little guys/girls.
Cons: The only con I can see is when your little one gets bigger and gains more skill and swing power the bat may not have enough weight behind it. I could be wrong. Regardless its a great bat especially for the price.
by - Jul 05, 2010
Pros: My son went 8-8 in the 5U national tourney with 6 Home Runs!
by - Oct 15, 2010
Pros: Bat has amazing pop. My 5 1/2 year old loves it. He hit a bomb to the fence. 3 RBI's in one game.
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Is this bat legal for PONY sanctioned league and tournament play?
Asked by dc on Apr 09, 2014
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball (B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat) would be made for tee ball leagues only. I would advise you to ask your coach or league official as to whether or not you can use tee ball bats in your league.
· Apr 09, 2014
Is it safe for a 6.5 yr old to hit a Swingz trainer with this bat?
Asked by jpl on Mar 17, 2014
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball (B2TB1-B) can be used with the Swingz trainer.
· Mar 17, 2014
Is this bat approved for Little League Baseball for T-Ball?
Asked by Dad on Feb 01, 2014
This COMBAT B2 T-Ball: (B2TB1-B) Tee Ball Bat is most likely not approved for play in Little League Baseball. It does not feature a BPF 1.15 performance certification which is required for divisions that use the 2 1/4" barrel diameter. There can be variations to the rules depending on your specific region, but I wouldn't recommend this bat unless you got verification from a coach or league director that it's legal.
· Feb 01, 2014
Is this bat legal for a league that follow Little League Baseball Rules?
Asked by Chris on Jan 28, 2014
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball (B2TB1-B) Tee Ball Bat does not feature the 1.15 BPF stamp that is required for Little League play. The B2 is most likely not legal for play, but rules can vary in different regions. It is always best to double check with a coach or league official.
· Jan 28, 2014
Is this bat leagal for Dixie Youth Baseball?
Asked by Parker on Jan 05, 2014
This COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat is most likely not approved for play in Dixie Youth. It does not feature a BPF 1.15 performance certification which is required for divisions that use the 2 1/4" barrel diameter. There can be variations to the rules depending on your specific region, but I wouldn't recommend this bat unless you got verification from a coach or league director that it's legal.
· Jan 05, 2014
Does this bat have the words T-Ball on it?
Asked by Mark on Dec 26, 2013
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat has "-14 oz. T-BALL" printed on the barrel.
· Dec 26, 2013
Is this bat allowed in Cal Ripken Babe Ruth League 6U?
Asked by Epas on Oct 28, 2013
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat does not bare the BPF 1.15 stamp and will not be legal for Cal Ripken T-Ball play.
· Oct 28, 2013
My son is 5 playing tee ball, but in our league we pitch to them 3 times first before we put it on the tee. Would you recommend this bat or a coach pitch bat?
Asked by chris on May 31, 2013
As long as the coach is still pitching tee balls the COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat will be just fine.
· May 31, 2013
Is this bat better then the Louisville slugger Attack. If so, why did I get the Attack and I'm not happy with it at all.
Asked by biggest on Mar 16, 2013
The COMBAT B2 is the most popular Tee Ball bat we have. If you like a really light bat it would certainly be the best for that. The Louisville Slugger Attack is a good product as well.
· Mar 16, 2013
My son is 6 and weighs about 51 lbs. plays in coach pitch league, will this bat work for him? he swings a 26" 15 oz. right now, and swings it strong and fast, but he wants a new bat.
Asked by Napdad on Feb 28, 2013
Since your son is going to be moving up to coach pitch, I recommend taking a look at Junior Big Barrel bats. They have bigger barrels and are built more for coach pitch and machine pitch.
· Feb 28, 2013
A 5 year old will be using this, what size and weight should I buy? He will probably be doing t-ball this year and next.
Asked by Paul on Feb 28, 2013
Based on his age, we recommend a 25" model in the COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Feb 28, 2013
Does this bat have offical softball stamped on it or is it strictly for tball?
Asked by Eren on Feb 22, 2013
No. The COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B does not have "official softball" stamped anywhere on it.
· Feb 22, 2013
What is the exact name of the blue one?
Asked by Nessa on Feb 10, 2013
This blue tee ball bat is called the COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat.
· Feb 10, 2013
Can this bat be used in softball tee-ball? Its for my 5 year old kid.
Asked by Manny G on Jan 10, 2013
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat is widely accepted in all tee-ball leagues. However, specific league rules vary, and it's always recommended to seek advice from your coach or league director prior to making a purchase.
· Jan 10, 2013
Can this bat be used in little league and/or pal softball?
Asked by dadd on Dec 29, 2012
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball bat is for Tee Ball use only.
· Dec 29, 2012
My son will be playing for our local pony league, tee ball division. This bat should be fine, right?
Asked by MJ on Nov 17, 2012
Yes, the COMBAT B2 will be fine for tee ball.
· Nov 17, 2012
Can this be used in Little League and Pony League?
Asked by TBmom on Nov 13, 2012
No, the COMBAT B2 T-Ball: B2TB1-B Tee Ball Bat is strictly advised for Tee Ball use only. Check out our selection of Junior Big Barrel or Youth Bat models on justbats.com.
· Nov 13, 2012
Is this bat legal for Cal Ripken T-Ball? I don't see the BPF 1.15 stamp on it.
Asked by Brian on Aug 27, 2012
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball is not legal in Cal Ripkin. Here is a link of the legal T-Ball bats; http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~tee%20ball/approved%20for~usssa/.
· Aug 27, 2012
Does this bat have a USSSA 1.15 bpf stamp?
Asked by Garrett on Jul 19, 2012
No, this bat does NOT have the USSSA BPF 1.15 stamp.
· Jul 19, 2012
My son's Tee Ball team is playing in a tournament that uses "hard" regular baseballs. Can or should he use his COMbat?
Asked by CoachT on Jul 11, 2012
We suggest using a youth bat for hard balls. The walls are very thin on tee ball bats, the hard balls could damage the material.
· Jul 11, 2012
What would be the youngest age kid that would be able to swing the 11oz size?
Asked by ryan on Jul 02, 2012
An 11 oz. Tee Ball could be used for kids at an very young age, probably as young as 3 years old.
· Jul 02, 2012
Is this bat only for T-ball or can my kids use it in the next step up? Why does it only have a 90 day manufacture warenty? Will it get damaged easley?
Asked by Chava on Jun 21, 2012
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball bat is designed for t-ball use only. It has a manufacturer's warranty in case it should dent or become defective, then COMBAT will be able to replace it for you.
· Jun 21, 2012
Is this bat legal in Pony League?
Asked by Syngen on Jun 19, 2012
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball bat is not legal in Pony League.
· Jun 19, 2012
How does the bat do with a 11in softball? My child play tee ball but it a softball.
Asked by john on Jun 04, 2012
The COMBAT B2 T-Ball would be suitable for a softball.
· Jun 04, 2012
Does this bat require any break-in period? I have one from last year and it seems to have lost its pop. But the one we have only has 200-300 hits on it.
Asked by Clayton on Mar 12, 2012
Since T-Ball bats are used versus live pitching, they do not require a break-in period.
· Mar 12, 2012
does this bat have the 1.15 stamp on it
Asked by jow on Jan 26, 2012
No this does not feature the 1.15 stamp on the bat.
· Jan 27, 2012
Is this bat approved for 2012 season
Asked by Gabo on Jan 16, 2012
We've not been told of this bat being outlawed by any leagues. But to be sure, you should check directly with your league, as some have their own amended rules.
· Jan 16, 2012
Hi, my son's league requires that all bats have the 1.15 BPF stamp on the bat. He received this bat for Christmas from his grandparents. Does this meet the regulations? If not, how do I go about doing a return?
Asked by Jay on Dec 27, 2011
Teeball bats will not have the USSSA thumbprint stamp on the bat, only senior league bats would.
· Dec 27, 2011
Is this bat approved for Little League Tee Ball?
Asked by robert on Dec 25, 2011
Yes, the most recent info given to us, is the bat is Tee Ball legal.
· Dec 27, 2011
is this bat legal for usssa rules for 2012 season of t-ball? i didnt see the usssa stamp or bpf 1.15 on the bat
Asked by tucker on Dec 19, 2011
Every league has their own rulings, and tee ball is one of those grey areas, because the kids are so small, as to what is legal. But to be safe I would check with your individual league and ask what requirements they have.
· Dec 19, 2011
have been told that this bat is not legal for t-ball by little league
Asked by jim on Dec 01, 2011
I went to the Official Little League website and couldn't find anything that said this bat wasn't legal. Might check with your league rep, they might have more info for you.
· Dec 01, 2011
is this bat recommended if I pitch to my son? He's 4 and played this fall swung an Easton Speed hits it good but looking for a little more pop.
Asked by ShBomber04 on Nov 07, 2011
It would work for a 4 yr old. My only recommendation, no speed to the pitches.
· Nov 07, 2011
is this bat little league approved
Asked by pnut on Sep 30, 2011
It is only approved for Tee Ball.
· Sep 30, 2011
Is this bat legal for Little League?
Asked by iterrones on Sep 23, 2011
No, tee ball bats can not be used in Little League.
· Sep 23, 2011
is this bat legal for cal ripken t-ball
Asked by jeff on May 31, 2011
Yes. This bat is legal for Cal Ripken Tee Ball. The Cal Ripken Division lifted their ban on composite bats and this is legal for use.
· Jun 01, 2011
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