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Prices from January 2017

 

Ash Shafts:

Club Mallet Type 1 -

£108.00

Club Mallet Type 2 -

£125.00

Basic Mallet (CF1) -

£158.00

Children's Mallet -

£55.00

 

Carbon Fibre Shafts:

Carbon Fibre/Wood Shaft (CF5) with or without grip -

£95.00

Carbon Fibre/Duplon Shaft (CF7)(No lower Duplon Grip) -

£107.00

Carbon Fibre/Duplon Shaft (CF8) -

£112.00

Carbon Fibre/Granulated Cork/Duplon Shaft (CF10G) -

£128.00

Carbon Fibre/Natural Cork/Duplon Shaft (CF10N) -

£141.00

 

Heads:
(Heads are made from either English Oak, Yew, Ash, Leadwood, Lemonwood, Sapele or Purple Heart)

Head lengths of 9" (22.9 cm) & 10" (25.4 cm) -

£115.00

Head lengths of 11" (27.9 cm) & 12" (30.5 cm) -

£121.00

Surcharges for heads made from Ebony, Cocobolo, Satinwood, Olivewood, Mexican and Indian Rosewood* -

+ £30.00

 

Optional Extras:

Side inlay on head -

+ £9.50

Mallet weights over 3 lb 1 oz (1.38 kg) -

+ £5.00

Continuous grip -

+ £5.00

Boat shaped heads (for 11" & 12" only) -

+ £15.00

Initials (up to 3) at top of shaft -

+ £5.00

Shaft lengths over 37" (94.0 cm) and under 39" (99.0 cm) -

+ £5.00

Shafts over 39" (99.0 cm) - Please as for a quotation

Split shafts for airline travel (carbon fibre shafts only) -

+ £41.00

Continuous length of Duplon (without the traditional gap between the upper and lowers sections of the shaft) -

+ £5.00

 

Handle grips for wooden handled shafts:

Synthetic cushioned tape grip (black, blue, red, grey, silver)
(2 m length) -

£9.00

Synthetic cushioned tape grip (black, blue, red, grey, silver)
18 m roll -

£52.00

 

Delivery & Packaging

24 hour Courier delivery (UK mainland only) (this can be within 36 hours of receiving the order if the mallet is in stock) -

£15.00

For destinations elsewhere, contact me for a quotation.
Second hand packaging (bubblewrap) will be used if available.

 

* CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, also known as the Washington Convention) is a multilateral treaty to protect endangered plants and animals.

Many of the timber types I have used in the past have recently come under the CITES jurisdiction and have now become very expensive (up to 300% increase in the past 12 months), so much so that some timbers are now unavailable. The following timbers: Ebony, Cocobolo, Mexican and Indian Rosewood, Satinwood and Olivewood are still available but a premium of £30.00 per mallet must be added to each mallet.

 
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