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Is SS and Sunridges are same?

The company is best known for its SS Sunridges line of bats, initiated in 1976. Sunridges bats have been used by batsmen based in the Indian subcontinent, and more recently in the United Kingdom and Australia. Sareen produce two types of bats one is “SS” range and another one is “TON” range.

Which SS bat is the best?

Top 10 SS Bats

SS Ton Blaster Kashmir Willow Cricket Bat (SH, 1200 g) Rs.1,800
SS Impact Tennis Kashmir Willow Cricket Bat (SH, 800-1100 g) Rs.2,250
SS Limited Edition English Willow Cricket Bat (Short Handle, 1180 – 1250 g) Rs.14,108
SS Super Power English Willow Cricket Bat (5) Rs.1,885

Which bats are better SS or SG?

Surprisingly, the cheaper bat is the better choice between the two. Both are made of high-grade English Willow, both are used in professional matches, both are quality bats. However, the SS bat is a lot cheaper than its SG counterpart, making it a more practical choice.

What is the difference between SS and Ton?

Partially true because TON cricket bats are made by Sareen Sports Industries, which is why SS. TON also means a century, indicates that a cricketer hit a ton. In addition to SS, TON is also a registered trade mark of SS. TON was registered as a trade mark when SS was pulling its sleeves to introduce SS bats in England.

Which cricketers use SS bats?

The company was founded back in 1969 and is serving SS Gladiator Ton bats all over the world since they launched it in 1976. Their headquarters are in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. Players like Virender Sehwag, Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman, Andre Russell, Darren Bravo have used the SS Ton Gladiator bats.

Which bat does MS Dhoni use?

MS Dhoni Spartan Seven
MS Dhoni Spartan Seven is a top of the line bat which is exactly same as used by the Legend himself.

Is SG an Indian company?

Sanspareils Greenlands, commonly known by the abbreviation SG, is an Indian cricket equipment manufacturer and is considered the number one cricket manufacturer in the world. Its balls are used in Test cricket and in the Ranji Trophy in India.