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Garmin TruSwing Swing Sensor

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Garmin TruSwing Swing Sensor is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Change the way you train with the Garmin TruSwing Swing Sensor. The small, light, easy-to-use sensor mounts below the grip of the club, measuring in-depth swing metrics and conveniently displaying the data on your Approach watch or handheld, smartphone, or tablet. 3D animations and comparisons allow for detailed, real-time analysis, and Garmin Connect stores all your swing data in one place, making it easier than ever to up your game.

  • Displays at-a-glance swing metrics on your compatible Approach watch or handheld, smartphone, or tablet
  • Swing metrics include swing tempo, swing speed, club path, club path coordinates, face to target, dynamic loft, shaft angle, and shaft lean
  • 3D animations and side-by-side comparisons afford real-time analysis on smartphone or tablet
  • Advanced swing animations available when using with the Approach S6
  • Compatible with Approach S20, S4, S5, S6, G7, and G8 and most Bluetooth® smartphones and tablets
  • Light, small, unobtrusive design with water rating of IPX7
  • Simple, quick club attachment securely mounts below the grip
  • Garmin Connect stores and displays swing data, organized into sessions by date
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 12 hours
  • Includes drawstring bag, USB cable, and manual

  • Brand: Garmin
  • Country of Origin: Imported
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wanted to like it but falls short I have tried this out twice now and I am not in love with it. I got this product since I have a number of Garmin products for cycling, golf and fitness and have been happy with them. I use Garmin Connect so I thought it would be good to have my golf training stats with all my other stats. I have used the SkyPro product for awhile so I'll make some comparisons. I have never used a on the glove device so I can't compare. The Garmin and the SkyPro both require you to take off and put on each club you use. For me this is not a big deal. I only use it at the driving range. I found the Garmin takes longer and it is simply the shape of the fastener. The Skypro is round so you can spin it faster then the flatter style of the Garmin. The device it self is tougher to align then the SkyPro. You fasten on the shaft and try to align the line to the club head lines. I don't think I'm doing very well because my data is telling me one thing and my ball flight is telling me something different. My guess is I'm aligning the device in a more closed postion because almost all of my data is saying I'm very open. The woods are harder to align then the irons. The SkyPro needs to be calibrated to each club each time you use it. This takes a little longer but seems to compensate if you don't mount it properly. Neither device has a hybrid club so I use it as a "iron" I don't have conflicting numbers in Irons so that works for me. For me I think the SkyPro is more accurate but I think it is in the setup. It is the club path angle and club face angle that seem off. Swing speed, tempo and shaft angles all seem to be accurate. Why I really chose the Garmin was it has club face angle at impact and the SkyPro doesn't. I just don't think I'm getting helpful data because of the set up issues. The apps and software is were a bigger separation occurs and it tilts heavily to SkyPro/Sky360 favor. The apps on the IPhone both give you a view of your swing. Within the view you can see 9 parameters with the Garmin and Skypro has 14. parameters. You can mark a favorite swing in the Skypro app but not Garmin. The Skypro also allows you to make notes on each swing if you like. Garmin only allows notes for the day. SkyPro flags each swing with alerts if so merited telling you what is out of the normal parameters. SkyPro app allows for many other views and tables. Garmin only allows to compare two swings at a time. The Skypro also allows for putting. Garmin does not. The SkyGolf 360 web site is much more robust then the Garmin connect but I think you may have to pay to get all the features but I'm not positive. I have the Garmin Approach S6 and I haven't been able to pair the watch to TruSwing. kind of annoying but I'm not sure of the value of pairing. I really wanted to like this but between the alignment set up issues and the app and software limitations I think I may return it. Garmin does have a habit of upgrading and possibly they will catch up but not sure that I will wait for them. I'm new to golf and a tech geek. Currently at a 25 handicap.
Date published: 2017-01-14
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