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Motorola MOTOACTV 16GB Golf Edition GPS Sports Watch and MP3 Player - Retail Packaging (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • GPS Tracking - Play up to 20,000 courses globally and see your distance to the front, center and back of green, as well as distance to the hazards - all from your wrist. No more fumbling with phone apps, or rummaging through your bag
  • Your New Virtual Caddy -MOTOACTV keeps track of your scorecards and keeps count of the fairways hit, the number of putts taken and even the greens in regulation that you hit. It also contains the PAR information for all your favorite courses.
  • Online Clubhouse - MOTOACTV syncs your rounds wirelessly at MOTOACTV.com where you can visualize and study your rounds. You can also keep every scorecard for reference, visualize each shot on the course map, and share your rounds with friends.
  • Notifications - Sync with the free MOTOACTV phone app to receive phone calls and texts without reaching for your phone. Provides ultimate discretion at your club.
  • Multi-Sport Tracking Supports your wider fitness needs including running, walking and cycling by tracking your heart rate, pace, distance and calories burned. Also keep tabs on your elliptical, step machine and treadmill progress.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 3 x 5 inches
Item model number89574N
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Display Size1.6 inches
Battery Life20 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB007KTQU5I
Best Sellers Rank #19,097 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 22, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Motorola
  • Model: 89574N
  • Display Size: 1.6 inches
  • Battery Average Life: 20 Hours
  • Map Type: Topographical

Product Description

Product Description

MOTOACTV Golf Edition provides golf GPS tracking. Play up to 20,000 courses globally and see your distance to the front, center and back of green, as well as distance to the hazards - all from your wrist. No more fumbling with phone apps, or rummaging through your bag. MOTOACTV keeps track of your scorecards and keeps count of the fairways hit, the number of putts taken and even the greens in regulation that you hit. It also contains the PAR information for all your favorite courses. Included in the Motorola retail packaging: MOTOACTV, MOTOACTV Sports Wrist Strap, Single Output Wall Charger, Motorola SF200 (stereo headphones with mic), Clothing/Belt Clip, USB Cable, Quick Start Guide.

From the Manufacturer

MOTOACTV Golf Edition

Yardage On Your Wrist

Play up to 20,000 courses globally and see your distance to the front, center and back of green, as well as distance to the hazards—all from your wrist. No more fumbling with phone apps, or rummaging through your bag.

Your New Virtual Caddy

MOTOACTV keeps track of your scorecards and keeps count of the fairways hit, the number of putts taken and even the greens in regulation that you hit. It also contains the PAR information for all your favorite courses.

Online Clubhouse

MOTOACTV syncs your rounds wirelessly with the Training Portal at MOTOACTV.com where you can see a satellite view of your round - see where you played the shot and mouse over the arc of the ball flight to see club and distance information. You can also keep every scorecard for reference, visualize each shot on the course map, and share your rounds with friends.

See how the PRO’s play on select courses before you play them yourself.

Notifications

Sync with the free MOTOACTV phone app to receive phone calls and texts without reaching for your phone. Provides ultimate discretion at your club.

Multi-Sport Tracking

Supports your wider fitness needs including running, walking and cycling by tracking your heart rate, pace, distance and calories burned. Also keep tabs on your elliptical, step machine and treadmill progress and over 40 other activities.

Smart MP3 Player

Wear it on your wrist or belt for those long days at the driving range. The Smart MP3 Player learns what songs push you the most when you’re working out and creates a personal high-performance playlist for additional motivation.

Durable

Water resistant and sweat proof with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.

Select MOTOACTV Specifications

  • Size: 46 x 46 x 9.6 mm
  • Weight: 35g
  • Display: 1.6-inch Trasflective TFT, QCIF+ 176x220 (optimized for Indoor/Outdoor)
  • Supported Audio Formats: AAC, AAC+, MP3
  • System Memory: 256MB
  • Storage: 16GB capacity
  • Connectivity: 3.5mm Headset, USB 2.0 HS
  • Bluetooth: Stereo Bluetooth Class 1.5
  • Sensors: ANT+, BLE, Accelerometer
  • WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n
  • Location: GPS+
  • Battery: 258 mAh
  • Standby Time: 325 hours
  • Playback Time: 21 hours
  • Workout Time: 15 hours indoor, 9 hours outdoor

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Tried running with it, with Extended battery life setting, after my 120mins run battery was down to 10%.
LokeySG
The watch is also compatible with Bluetooth headsets/stereo headphones, ANT+ compatible heart rate monitors, and Android smartphones.
Gaz Rendar
Maybe--I am wishful thinking here--Lenovo will further develop this product as I and others very much like it.
D. Lynch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By R. Kolin VINE VOICE on June 17, 2012
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I've been using the MotoActv almost daily since I received it about two months ago. I've delayed writing my review because I wanted to give it a full test of the golf package on the device, the primary reason I ordered this. I've now used it for three rounds of golf, and I have to say it works great! It took me some time to figure and configure the golf settings to my liking, and I had some difficulty working it during the first two rounds. But my patience paid off!

Let me expound on the golf GPS function for those golfers looking into this device as an alternative to a handheld. I had been using a Callaway uPro for a couple of years, but it was a little buggy; and it was kind of a pain to keep pulling it out of my pocket to check yardage, enter the score, blah, blah, which held play up somewhat. It also required downloading of courses onto the device.

The MotoActv allows the golfer to input every club in their bag along with the average yardage for each. (You can do this from the watch itself.) When you get ready to play, all you do is select, Golf, and it automatically locates the courses in your area. Select the one you're playing and hit start. It took less than a minute for the courses to load. You can also input the weather conditions, handicap and other info. When you get ready to hit, you press the start button and it automatically shows the appropriate club you'll need for that distance. It provides different options for you to select, such as fairway, left rough, right rough, bunker, etc. This is an awesome feature! Swipe to the left, and it shows distances to hazards. When you've finished the hole, it shows your score. At the end of your round, it calculates your score for you. When you get home, you wirelessly sync your round to your computer.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lee F. Foster on April 15, 2012
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OK, this thing is awesome. I've tried other digital scorekeepers and a few android apps. Either I just kept basic info (score for that hole) or just got yardage from the GPS. Actually tracking club or anything else was just two time consuming. I was looking at a few other watches but they lacked the score keeping capability.

Having this all on the watch, you just press a button, get yardage, swipe to set club and lie (it auto suggests a club for you based on your profile) and hit (and you can also add penalties right there for those, well, bad shots. Then Repeat. It only took a few seconds each shot to do this and at the end you get complete stats as well as current score. By far the easiest device/app I've used.

The website is a nice bonus, you can basically see your whole game over laid in google maps.

I knocked 1 star off as it does have some room for improvements.

1. Add increased range in yardage selection for clubs
2. Let you go back and edit scorecard if needed after the round is ended (made a few mistakes as it took a few rounds to get used to how it worked).
3. Expose more of the data via web, ie Avg distance per club (and let you use that info for your club profile)
4. Export scorecard (or someway to copy it better). Maybe just a CSV/Excel export of the scorecard and/or data.
5. Be able to adjust the screen timeout for "shake to wake" function. The screen turns off way to fast. (It doesn't seem to use the same timeout as if you pressed the power button to wake it).
6. The phono plug is not attached and is a little rubber piece. I know I'm going to eventually loose it. They should just go ahead and give you 2-3 spares. I would leave it off all the time but worry about sweat or dust getting in it.
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April 16, 2012
Hi, Lee. We certainly appreciate the rating and the feedback. Let me comment on your suggestions.

1. Add increased range in yardage selection for clubs
- We have heard this already and we agree. We intend to add more room both at the top and the bottom of the range.
2. Let you go back and edit scorecard if needed after the round is ended (made a few mistakes as it took a few rounds to get used to how it worked).
- You can currently edit your scorecard at the end of your round on the device, before you "end" the workout. We've been asked to provide editing on the portal and we're
considering that as well.
3. Expose more of the data via web, ie Avg distance per club (and let you use that info for your club profile)
- We are looking at this for a future release.
4. Export scorecard (or someway to copy it better). Maybe just a CSV/Excel export of the scorecard and/or data.
- We are looking at this for a future release.
5. Be able to adjust the screen timeout for "shake to wake" function. The screen turns off way to fast.
- The shake-to-wake is primarily a battery-saving feature, so I doubt it will be made longer since it is currently okay just to check the time.
6. The phono plug is not attached and is a little rubber piece. I know I'm going to eventually loose it.
- I have a trick that works great. Insert the plug, fat side in, in one of the wrist strap holes. That will keep it for you until you need it again. With the fat end in (close to your
wrist) it can't slip out.
7. Bonus: How about an option to show the google sat view of the map?
- We didn't do this mostly due to display size. We're looking at some other ways to improve this part of the experience.

We are always eager to hear from owners. Hope you will check out the Motorola Owners' Forums (https://forums.motorola.com/hives/db0dbff05b/summary) where there is a growing MOTOACTV community.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ed Gavin on October 8, 2012
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I'm an active runner and golfer, and the MOTOACTV seemed like a good idea - a smaller device that could be used for both sports. In practice, it's not very good for either task.

Running:
The wristband that came with the device was unusable for me. Very uncomfortable, thick plastic. The optional armband was much better.

I use the device on long training runs of 2 hrs+, and listen to music during the run using Bluetooth. Using 'marathon' mode, the battery does last two hours under these conditions, but device has some significant issues. The start/pause button doesn't always respond, so starting or pausing the run means you need to pay attention to the device. Several times when I paused the run at my turnaround to refill my water bottle, the device stopped the run without me touching the screen and hitting the stop button. The user interface doesn't allow restarting the run from this point, so you have to save the partial run and restart. Lastly, the GPS lock has been taking longer and longer to acquire, often taking 3 or 4 minutes.

Golf:
The device does a decent job of telling you the distance to the green, but it doesn't have enough detail to give you useful information about hazards. In order to conserve battery power, the device is always putting itself to sleep, so you constantly have to wake it up to get a yardage. Compared to a dedicated golf GPS, it just isn't that easy to use.

Summary:
The device has too many fundamental flaws in battery life and usability for me to continue to use it. I've replaced the running function with a Timex Ironman GPS watch. I'll be shopping for a dedicated Golf GPS device this winter.
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