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Warstic Bonesaber

By Bat Digest | Last Updated December 7, 2020

The Warstic Bonesaber is a BBCOR and USSSA single piece aluminum bat with a unique and much loved tapered handle.

We used three different hitters on the BBCOR Warstic Bonesaber. All think it is one of the best feeling single piece aluminum bats on the market. The tapered handle makes a real difference, and the barrel performance felt as good as any aluminum BBCOR bat on the market. Warstic’s distribution isn’t like other companies, and the price point on the Bonesaber is pushing it. But, if you’re looking for a top-end single piece aluminum bat with a fantastic design and feel, then the Warstic Bonesaber for 2020 deserves all your attention.

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2020 Warstic Bonesaber Review

Overall Bonesaber Line Review

Our hitters loved the tapered handle and the big barrel. The feel was as good as any single piece bat they’ve swung to date, and the textured grip felt big league.

Overall Bonesaber Line Grade
Player Feedback (30%)
Performance (30%)
Relevance (20%)
Demand (15%)
Tech Specs (5%)
Total Weighted Rating /10 Total Weighted Rating /10

2020 Warstic Bonesaber Review

Overall Bonesaber Line Review

Player Feedback (30%)
Performance (30%)
Relevance (20%)
Demand (15%)
Tech Specs (5%)
Total Weighted Rating /10 Total Weighted Rating /10

Our hitters loved the tapered handle and the big barrel. The feel was as good as any single piece bat they’ve swung to date, and the textured grip felt big league.

RECOMMENDED 2020 Bonesaber VIDEO

2020 Warstic Bonesaber Model Tips

Although not inexpensive, the Warstic Bonesaber is a standout bat in a field of ‘meh.’ The single-piece aluminum BBCOR field is as stale as rocks. Although bats like the Omaha, 5150, Solo, and Alpha have very little to contrast, the Bonesaber is a bat that makes you pay attention. The bat is for the serious player that likes the stiff feel of a single piece aluminum and wants a wood-like feeling in the handle. Big and elite hitters will love the Warstic Bonesaber.

Our only major complaint is the price point. At $329 for a single piece of aluminum, it is asking a lot. Of course, the tapered knob is unique and proprietary. But, when comparing a $199 bat in its class (like the Omaha), it will be difficult to convince most the $100+ extra is worth it. If it is for you is a question we just can’t answer.

2020 Warstic Bonesaber Review

Big hitters who like single-piece aluminum bats will love the Bonesaber. Had the 2020 NCAA baseball season not been canceled we think it would have graced the plate more than a few times. It's a slightly end loaded single piece aluminum built for a power hitter or the more contact hitter that likes all the feedback they can get in their bat.

Price Check
2020 Warstic Bonesaber Review

The USSSA Bonesaber should compete against other single piece big barrel bats in the USSSA space, including the very popular CAT 8. Like the BBCOR, those who want a Bonesaber in USSSA will also like stiff bats with loud sounds. For single-piece aluminum bats, the drop 5 and 8 in USSSA tend to be our favorite. Lighter bats that are single-piece aluminum tend to lack the swing weight to do real damage. We almost always suggest two-piece bats for the USSSA player in the drop ten space. Drop 8 hitters should consider a single piece, and big drop 5 hitters should almost require it.

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2020 Warstic Bonesaber Deep Dive Review

2020 Warstic Bonesaber User Reviews

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Pop
7.6
Durability
7.8
Feel on Sweet Spot Hits
5.5
Feel on Mishits
7.3
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Brian
Brian
5 months ago

Hey Guys, Wanted to see if you had any data on the Warstic Bonesaber from your hands on video. I know it is marketed as a balanced bat, but from your experience would you say it is on the lighter or heavier end of balanced? Concept intrigues me for my HS kid – he likes one-piece bats with goofy handles – like Axe, so wanted to see where this shook out relative to others in the balanced category. Any input or data you can provide is greatly appreciated.

Doug
Doug
5 months ago

Any idea where the Warstic Bonesaber BBCOR 33 inch falls in the swing weight chart?

Matt
Matt
5 months ago

Do you happen to have the swing weight calc on the BBCOR Bonesaber. Thinking of picking one up. Also considering the Solo and Vandal so wondering just how much heavier the SW is in comparison to all the others you included in your 2020 SW chart.

Dustyn
Dustyn
5 months ago

I’m interested in warstic, but having problems deciding on Bonesaber or Gunner in a drop 10.

Dustyn
Dustyn
5 months ago
Reply to  Brian

If it helps, he is moving up from a Cat8. Leadoff hitter, with gap power.

Gee Dawson
Gee Dawson
5 months ago

My son moving from
The 2020 Velo Acp to the 2020 bonesaber. 33/30 junior in highschool. How much should he be worried about hand stinging with the Bonesaber? Do the negative reviews bout hand stinger out way the pop of the bone saber. Currently also thinking bout the 2021 solo and voodoo one.

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