Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch
|Price:||+ $10.53 shipping|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.49 x 1.18 x 1.67 inches|
|Battery Life||8 Hours|
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- Preloaded with over 30,000 golf courses worldwide; No annual fees or subscriptions required
- Accurate distances to front, center, and back of green as well as layup and carry distances to back of hazards and doglegs
- Scorekeeper tracks scores, GIR, and putts per round; Auto-course recognition; Auto-hole advance; Shot distance measurement
- Analog and digital time display. Time and date automatically set by satellite
- Battery lasts 10-12 hours in GPS mode. 90 plus days battery life in time mode
- Display size: 1.28-Inch, Dimensions: 10.25 x 1.5 x 0.5-Inches & Weight: 2.24 oz.
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Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch
Get fast, accurate distances to greens, hazards and doglegs via the convenience and comfort of a watch.
Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch
Fast and Accurate Distances
The Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch delivers fast, accurate distances to greens, hazards and doglegs via the convenience and comfort of a watch. The GPSy Watch sports a sleek, lightweight design with an ultra-comfortable band, and comes preloaded with over 30,000+ global course maps. No download or subscription fees are required.
Play with Confidence
Just charge it, strap it on and go play! Upon launching into GPS mode, the Callaway GPSy Watch automatically locates your course and will auto-advance from hole-to-hole during play. With just a glance you'll have accurate distances to the front, center and back of the green, as well as layup and carry distances to hazards and doglegs. Now you can chose the right club quickly and hit your next shot with confidence.
- Pre-loaded with 30,000+ global course maps
- No download or subscription fees
- Accurate distances to front, back and center of green
- Layup and carry distances to hazards and doglegs
- Auto course recognition, auto hole advance and auto time/date
- Track round stats – shot distance, score, GIR, total putts
Easily track round data during play
Other features include shot distance measurement, odometer and a scorekeeper function that allows you to easily track round data during play - including score, GIR and putts per round. The Callaway GPSy Watch is comfortable enough to wear all day, every day in time-only mode. Time and date are automatically set by satellite and can be displayed in analog or digital formats. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 10 hours in GPS mode and up to 90 days in Time mode
No Better Way to Know Your Distance
Preloaded with 30,000+ Courses - with No Fees
Comes preloaded with 30,000+ global course maps. Scorekeeper feature tracks round data during play including shot distance, score, GIR, and putts per round.
Comfortable & Stylish - On and Off the Course
The GPSy Watch features a sleek, lightweight design and ultra-comfortable band. Rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 10 hours in GPS mode on a full charge, and 90 days in Time mode.
Accurate Distances to Greens and Hazards
Choose your next club with confidence with instant and convenient access to Front/Center/Back distances to the green, and Layup/Carry distances to hazards and doglegs.
Additional features include auto-course recognition, auto-hole advance and odometer. Time and Date automatically set by GPS satellite, and can be displayed in either digital or analog mode.
The Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch delivers fast, accurate distances to greens, hazards and doglegs via the convenience of wearable technology. The GPSy Watch sports a sleek, lightweight design with an ultra-comfortable band, and comes preloaded with over 30,000 global course maps and requires no download or subscription fees. Just charge it, strap it on and go play! Upon launching into GPS mode, the GPSy automatically locates your course and will auto-advance from hole-to-hole during play. With a simple turn of the wrist, you'll have accurate distances to the front, center and back of the green as well as layup and carry distances to hazards and doglegs, so you can chose the right club quickly and hit your next shot with confidence. No more searching for sprinkler heads or other distance markers, the GPSy Watch is especially useful and convenient during those cart-path only rounds or holes. Other useful features include shot distance measurement, odometer and a scorekeeper function that allows you to easily track round data during play - including score, GIR and putts per round. In watch-only mode, the GPSy is comfortable enough to wear all day/every day and will last weeks on a single charge. No winding required, the time and date is automatically set by satellite and can be displayed in analog or digital format. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to 10 hours in GPS mode; and up to 40 days in watch mode. Comes with a 1 year limited warranty. Available in two colors: Black and White.
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Based on the Garmin S2 a friend had, I decided to get a golf watch. After research, I settled on the Garmin S2, S5, or S6 but they were pricey so I delayed. The reviews mentioned pressing so many buttons to get what you needed and that concerned me. Then I played golf with a friend who had a slim, fit bit type watch tied to his smartphone app, but he had to be within a certain distance for it to work. But it got me thinking, what is it I really want the watch to do? I decided not to spend a lot of money on the bells and whistles of the Garmin and others, but to find a watch that told me the distances to the pin and the hazards. That was all a person of my skill level really wanted, just the basics and at less cost than the Garmins.
I started my search all over again with new criteria AND the realization I did not want to spend time managing the golf watch and all the modes and statistics...that was another job I did not want. My final criteria was reading the manuals to insure the watch would be simple to operate without a steep learning curve.
I looked at the Garmin S20, S40 and the Callaway GPSy for about $150 on Amazon and settled on it as the easiest to use. So far I have played 3 rounds of 9 holes each and it fits my criteria. It has the pin distance from the fairway with front/back/middle, the distances to hazards, front and back which I really like so I can determine if I should lay up or try to go over it, and dogleg distances. Additionally, it has an odometer and scorekeeper as well as shot distance. The reason for the 4 stars is that I have not figured out how to get the odometer to work. I can get it started but as soon as I go back to another screen, it seems to revert to zero. This is pilot error but I do not know what I am doing wrong so I can't correct it. I have not used the scorekeeper and probably won't. The watch also tells time and date.
Overall, I am happy with the watch and the price and not having to manage it. The watch does what I asked for a reasonable price so I can readily recommend it.
Addendum: 8/24/17 After about 10 months the watch band broke...actually the buckle fell off. I have used it less than 20 times. A quick call to the manufacturer IZZO, and the lady sent me a replacement band in less than a week, no cost. I am very happy with the quick service and hope the new band lasts a little longer. So far the watch has done well and I would buy it again.
I wish it had:
A second watch band loop to further secure watch band and to keep it from flopping. Yes, if it died I would buy another.
I liked that it worked for almost two full weeks. The watch read distance to green and hazard. Although it took fifteen minutes to find satellites and bring up a list of nearby courses - only for me to then scroll and fat finger the correct course, it worked. Then, two weeks go by and the watch dies. The face of the watch is totally blank. All the buttons appear to work and have the tactile feel. I am also able to read voltage on the magnetic charge cable. Of course I call the 1-888 number. Yes, my call is important to them and they will answer calls in the order they are received. I try to explain the charge cord is functioning, but am told I am wrong, "they have had trouble with the magnetic cord" (seriously, they said this!!!) and a new one will be shipped. After waiting several days, a new clip-on charge cable arrives. Of course, this one fails to charge the watch. Another call to 1-888. Yes, my call is important to them and they will answer calls in the order they are received. Now, they believe me that it is NOT the charge cable. They will send me a return shipping label and congratulate me for not having to pay the shipping on the watch. So now, after waiting for a charge cable I am waiting for my free return mail shipping label. Once that arrives, I will stick the watch in a box (hoping and praying that it doesn't get further damaged), affix my hallowed free return shipping label, drive eleven miles to the post office (and back another eleven miles) while I sit at home and WAIT for my watch to be shipped to callaway. Then I will wait some more while they fix my watch (in the order in which it is received) and then wait some more while it is shipped back. All the while with growing doubt that a fixed/new watch will work for more than two weeks. Oh, I didn't mention that the odometer feature is totally useless as it wonders all over the place.
Let's face it. The watch is made in China. Says so right on the back (has to say so, it's a law). I am guessing callaway, after a huge big lot shipment, pays less than $15 a watch. They mark it up 1200%. That's right, Larry, they mark it up 12 times to $180!!!
I gave it one star because I could not give it five meat cleavers or even ONE meat cleaver.
Sorry, for $180 I really expect it to work for at least the duration of the warranted period. I can not and will not recommend this to anyone.
Don't be me.
Five days and still no return label. "Hellooooooo callaway. Is anyone hoooooooome?"
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I opened up the package to find the full instructions for the watch are on a piece of card a tiny bit larger than a credit card. Now I'm not stupid and I do not need a full booklet for a watch that only has a few functions to play around with but a few pictures of the of the watch in action on a few different screens would be nice (not just the one generic, back, centre and front of green distance picture). The Callaway website is really bad and has even less information regarding the watch than the little piece of card they give you.
The USB charger cable comes with the watch and I think it's supposed design is like a meal in a really expensive restaurant where you get half a chicken breast and 2 asparagus stalks. The end of the cable is supposed to be magnetic which has a couple of little flimsy connection pins. The magnetic part is nowhere near strong enough and slides all over the place. Even the instructions state "make sure you line up the little pins as you connect the magnets". Now for a nearly 200 quid watch, I don't want to be having to fiddle around lining up pins and making sure the magnetic part hasn't slid off when I put the watch down.
If anyone is experiencing any issues charging up this product, good luck trying to find out if there is a charging indicator bar when you have the watch on charge or even a screenshot of the watch connected to the magnetic charger. From the reviews I have read, if you are lucky enough to get a working charger cable, do NOT lose it as Callaway will not give/sell you another.
The watch itself has a nice weight and I think would feel quite comfortable. Unfortunately the buttons on the watch feel like slightly larger plastic versions of the buttons on a 1980's Casio watch. I didn't actually get to test how responsive the buttons are as I could not power my watch up but from what I could feel, I assume that you would have to press the button all the way down for it to register which has a clunky feel.
Finishing up, even if my watch was not faulty I would not be happy with this product. The design faults coupled with Callaway obviously not caring about the customers/users to have a few more screenshots or a little extra detail on their website is too much for me. This watch should be worth around £25-£30 max.
Has a large face with a small screen, might be difficult for short sighted folk.
A bit wieldy, not suitable for thin wrists
Nor difficult to operate, instuctions come on handy cards.