A while ago we introduced you to the Zepp multi-sport sensor, which could track a number of different sports, namely golf, tennis and baseball. Well the Zepp sensor will be available for purchase on November 19 from Apple stores accross the country and on November 21 from select Verizon stores! 3 kits are available from Zepp, one for each respective sport. Each set will set you back $149.99, with additional mounts available for $9.99 each.
The sensor essentially clips to your golf glove, tennis racket or baseball bat, and can track 1000 points per second. Essentially it can map out your swing and track your motion, giving you the tools you need to technically perfect your swing.
In creating the device, Zepp Labs worked closely with coaches and players from a number of professional tours and series. The Zepp was designed to be lightweight enough to be unnoticeable, but don’t let that make you think that the device isn’t powerful!
The device can store information for up to 200,000 swings, and it can last up to 8 hours on a single charge. When the data from your swing is captured, it is then sent to the users smartphone via Bluetooth. This can be either on Android or iOS.
The baseball version of the device can replay your swing from any angle in 360 degrees. It can also how track how quickly you swung. Furthermore, using Zepp Baseball, you can view reports on your progress over time.
Zepp Golf is equally as impressive, allowing you to be able to view extremely precise details about your swing. Like Zepp Baseball it also allows you to be able to view your swing in 360 degrees from any angle, and you can store data for up to 2000 swings. You can also share and compare your swing data with other, and even compare it with a PGA coach.
Zepp Tennis can track how much power you generate with each stroke of the tennis racket and also track your hits by shot type, including topspin, slice and flat shots. Like the other versions you can compare your swing data with others and use that to improve your game. Zepp Tennis allows you to store data for up to 200,000 swings.