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- The POP wristband is the first wearable connected device totally dedicated to tennis.
- Pair your POP Wristband with a smartphone and play connected with any tennis racquets.
- Smartphones NOT included!
- Apps available to download for both Apple and Android systems
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New from Babolat, the POP wristband is the first wearable connected device totally dedicated to tennis. Pair your POP Wristband with a smartphone and play connected with any tennis racquets. Babolat's POP collects exciting data about players’ performance, and allows them to challenge and interact with friends via social and gaming features. POP features include POP sensor, wristband, charger and USB cable. POP is compatible with any racquet where real time tennis data includes swing speed, spin, shot type and style combined all into a PIQ score.
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There are somethings that this doesn't get right. It appears to confuse volleys with ground strokes, and although I hit mainly a slice backhand, it didn't record any for my game.
Yesterday, I played doubles for two hours with it. This was the first time. It said I hit 120 forehands, 118 backhands, 87 serves, 2 smashes and 5 volleys. I know I hit may more volleys than 5. It was a 3.5-4.0 game with a lot of serve and volley, and approaching the net. I have the bad habit of swinging at my volleys, so I can understand why some may register as ground strokes.
It reported my forehand averaging 36 mph and with a top speed of 54 mph. Of the 120 shots, it had me at 97 flat, 1 slice and 22 topspin. I hit a lot of topspin, but don't put super topspin on my shots, so I can understand that a lot of those shots may have been registered as flat.
It reported I hit 118 backhands, with a high of 53 mph and averaging 36 mph. I would have thought that the difference in speed between my backhand and forehand would have been greater. It also reported I hit 4 top spin, 114 flat backhands and no slice. I hit mainly slice backhands, so maybe I just didn't reach the threshold to register as slice.
My serve averaged 52 mph and had a top speed of 68 mph. I hit primarily slice and kickers in doubles, so the speed seems about right. I don't know why it doesn't report about the direction of the spin on the serve since it could do it with the ground strokes.
There are online community stuff with it which I didn't do and a ranking system in which you move up by accumulating various shots during play.
The mph of your shot not only depends upon swing speed, but upon your racket, strings, etc. But in this app, it is a good relative value that you can measure yourself against.
I like the additional features of the Sony product that attaches to your racket better. The Sony product tells you where you hit the ball on your racket face, and appears to have more details on your shots. However, at more than 2X the price, I decided to get the POP. Overall, it provides good data in which you could analyze how your game is changing over time. There are some errors in identifying the type of shots being hit, but it seems in the broad scope of things to be okay. I wouldn't read the mph data as an absolute, but use it to understand how your game is changing. For people that like gadgets, this is a fun product.
+Babolat is always updating to improve accuracy
+Very well priced
+Battery life (Lasted a doubles and singles match 2+ hrs with 80% left)
+Comes with charging station
-Fell off one time
-not 100% accurate
-wristband can get sweaty (wash without chip inside of course)
Overall I'm very excited to use my POP in the future and I definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to gain feedback on their game. Definitely try to get your hands on one of these if you have $90 to spend.