Top Cricket Complete Sets Reviewed
Klapp vs Sunley Cricket Complete Sets
Two practice cricket complete sets. The first one has a bat and stumps made of wood while the second is made of ...Find out more
Sunley vs Wasan Cricket Complete Sets
A plastic cricket set versus a wooden cricket set. Both can be used for casual games. A. Sunley Plastic Cricke...Find out more
Top Cricket Complete Sets Reviewed
Find out which cricket complete sets are worth their value, which have the highest quality, and which are the most available sets on the market. Check out Betwala’s review for more information.
Why buy each separate piece of cricket equipment when you can buy all of them together? They’re less than the sum of all items combined together. Some sets even let you customize which bat/gloves/knee guards/bags is included in the set. However, for the sake of consistency, only fixed sets will be looked at: the items in the set cannot be exchanged for higher or lower quality equipment and can only be purchased as a whole set.
As mentioned, sets come in predetermined items so these cannot be changed. With this in mind, the following criteria will be used to judge the cricket complete sets: price, quality (materials, durability, etc.), availability, and its intended users.
The price dictates how expensive or inexpensive the sets are. Often times, an expensive set will dissuade the buyer from even looking past the price tag. The price sort of entices the buyer to look at the other parts of the set; it yells ‘Hey! I have a lot of quality stuff that’s included! Buy me!’.
Quality dictates how high (or low) the equipment in the pieces are. They are (supposedly) related to the set’s price. It also dictates other things such as the materials used in creating the different equipment in the set and the item’s durability.
Availability shows if the set is readily available in stores or in online shopping websites. There are instances where some sets are listed but there is no stock. Instances such as these not be included in the review (since doing so will be defeating the purpose of this part).
The set’s intended users will also be included as a criterion since sets are aimed towards different age groups. It would be unfair to pit a professional’s cricket set against a child’s set (because the quality of the former is superior to the latter).
SG vs Klapp Cricket Helmet
Both fairly padded and highly-protective cricket helmets. A. SG Aerotech Cricket Helmet
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SG vs BAS Elbow Guards
Two inexpensive elbow guards, two different styles. A. SG Super Test Elbow Guard
DSC vs KD Cricket Helmet
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GM vs Wasan Leg Guard
Two fairly inexpensive leg guards. A. Wasan Cricket Batting Leg Guards
SS vs Spartan Cricket Bats
The SS TON Player Edition and the Spartan Sorai Rhino KP: two high-end bats. A. SS Ton Player Edition
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