Zepp 3D Baseball Swing Analyzer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Technology is quickly making its way into the world of sports, and we imagine it will lead to an even better next generation of athletes. After taking a look at the Wilson Smart Basketball, we now shift our focus to America’s pastime in Zepp 3D Baseball Swing Analyzer.

Just in time for the baseball season, the team at Zepp have introduced their innovative swing feedback system. Simply attach the Zepp to the handle of your bat, and you’re ready to roll. The device will let athletes replay and review their swing in 360 degrees from literally any angle. It also lets you track bat speed, bat angles at impact, swing plane, and a whole lot more. To help you improve your game, the device will also allows users the ability to set goals, and share/compare their swing data with friends, teammates, and coaches, providing invaluable feedback. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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