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PIQ Mobitee Wearable Golf Sport Tracker - Golf Course GPS Rangefinder on your wrist, Club GPS Shot Tracker, Club Shot Statistics, Golf Swing Analyzer
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- 3 TOOLS IN 1: PIQ gives you all you need to boost your game in one lightweight package: Golf Swing Analyzer, GPS Range Finder and Shot Tracker. No need to juggle a bevy of devices or constantly glance at your phone.
- SWING ANALYZER: Track your tempo, swing path and club head speed for every shot. Compare your swing metrics across different courses and at the driving range.
- SHOT TRACKING: Pick the right club, by knowing how far you actually hit each club. Track the average distance per club and see recommendations on which club to select based on your location to the hole.
- GPS RANGE-FINDER: With a press of a button, use our satellite view to know where you are and your exact distance to the green. We’ve got you covered at 40,000+ golf courses worldwide.
- PARTNER WITH THE BEST: We’ve teamed up with the market’s leading golf app, Mobitee to deliver you the most comprehensive golf system available.
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Thanks to the power of the PIQ ROBOT, get real-time actionable information that will allow you to improve your game. Your PIQ ROBOT will guide you to victory by pointing out your Winning Factors and by letting you know where you can improve!
The PIQ and Mobitee Golf system is a complete solution.
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Read the distance to the green right off your glove; tap your club against the PIQ, and (hopefully) uncork a beauty. Soon enough, the PIQ will have enough data to recommend the right club for every shot. Using GPS to make smart shot decisions, shave strokes off your game, and improve your handicap.
Track each shot, learn how you hit each club and make smarter club choices. Do you really hit your 9 iron 150 yards? Keep your practice swing routine and tap your club to the sensor when you’re ready to play. Log the location and club on the upcoming shot and track the distance from your last shot.
We partnered with Mobitee, the leading golf app in Europe, to create a system that enhances your game. All vital info is brightly displayed on your glove, with the details saved for viewing later.
The PIQ ROBOT automatically analyzes each club swing for your tempo, swing path and club head speed. Tweak your game as you go or sit down afterwards and determine what you’ll change next time.
Compare your stats to your own, others on the same course, or nationwide. Then monitor your progress as you make the minor changes or major adjustments that make a positive impact on your game.
3 products in one - gives a golfer the best chances to analyze and improve their game. Start by knowing the distance, shot tracking to pick the right club, analyze your swing to correct any issues.
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Sports. Fun. Challenge
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
At PIQ, we're a happy bunch of sports lovers with one single goal in mind. Our sole drive, from dawn to dusk, is to make your next sport session more exciting! We deeply believe that sports have shaped who we are today as persons and we want to share that passion with as many people as possible. Our own collective experience has also shown us how sports should be all about fun. Yes, we value performance in its sheer form but we also think everyday sports should be funnier that it usually is. That is how we came up with the idea of PIQ. Since 2013, we've embarked on that journey to design trackers and apps that will allow our users to plays sports like they never have: getting real-time info on how they play, sharing that info with friends, and challenging these same friends, all of that in good fun.
What makes your product special?
PIQ is the ultimate sports tracker. Because we built it as a multisport device from day 1, it has capabilities no other device on the market offers. As we're building new partnerships with #1 brands, we're continuously rolling-out new sports supported by PIQ. What does this mean for you? With the same sensor you're buying for golf, you'll also be able to play tennis or go skiing.
What has been the best part of your startup experience?
Taking an idea and turning it into a product is what we do, it's in our DNA. Every startup has so many exciting parts. For PIQ, it has been workign with world class athletes to enable the PIQ ROBOT to understand how a professional plays a sport, and applying that learning to help aspiring athletes improve their games, to WIN!
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So it’s in that spirit that I approach the PIQ sensor. Also, in the spirit of full disclosure, I approach this as a user of the Zepp swing analyzer and the Game Golf shot tracking system. I also use a laser rangefinder on the rare occasions when I can see the pin before I set up a shot…even on a par three. I’m not a great golfer. But you need information in order to craft a strategy…which is to say, you need to know what you and your equipment are capable of doing before you hit that shot, and these kinds of devices have helped me quite a bit.
So let’s talk about the PIQ product. On paper it promises to converge the three devices I actually use quite often…the swing analyzer, a shot tracking set, and a rangefinder. It also adds some new utility that I hadn’t had before, more on which in a minute.
We start with the PIQ sensor, which is indeed what you are mainly buying here. It’s billed as one of (if not *the*) smallest and lightest sensors on the market. And yes, it is pretty small and light…but it’s still noticeable on the glove. To be fair, a certain size is required in order to make the onboard display visible, but do not think that this is some tiny ultra-microchip device. It’s small, but not THAT small. It is lighter and flatter than my Zepp though, and that display does offer utility that the Zepp doesn’t have…namely a range display that will tell me at a glance just how far I have yet to go on my particular hole, and just how long this day is therefore likely to be.
Yep, PIQ has partnered with Mobitee as a source of all that course info. For the uninitiated, Mobitee is a company that creates and maintains course information for many thousands of courses across the world. It’s really big in Europe, but US courses are well represented…even municipal courses. I scanned their available courses (you can Google "Mobitee available courses" to navigate to their page listing all their covered courses worldwide) and I couldn’t find a single one in my area that isn’t included in their stable. So I was very assured that this would not be an unusable gadget, or that I’d have to steer my group to a particular course just so I could use this gadget. Further, while Mobitee usually charges about $25 for their app and data, here the price is included with the PIQ equipment so there are no additional charges. The app deserves its own separate review, but suffice it to say that you want to download the course you’re playing to your phone, and it offers you utility that greatly eclipses the regular old handheld rangefinder. I really like using my phone as the rangefinder…it uses the onboard camera along with GPS and a neat kind of heads-up display that helps me line up my shot. In sum, the Mobitee partnership is a real value add for the PIQ devices, and the kind of thing I’d really like to see more of in the golf world (Hey Mobitee...how about a drink-cart-summoning button in the app….?).
The PIQ device communicates with the phone via Bluetooth and it gets real time ranging information that is displayed on your glove. So this is the second nice thing…if I know what direction I’m hitting toward, I don’t even have to pull out a rangefinder, as it’s already on my glove. This makes me look like I know exactly what I’m doing. I don’t, but keeping up appearances is part of the game. I found that the ranges displayed were accurate (within a couple of yards) as compared to and verified with my laser rangefinder…and I didn’t need to line up the laser, aim for the pin, and hope for the best. It also works more reliably than the laser, especially if there were haze, obstructions, or whatever.
It didn’t end here, as the device uses NFC tags (attached to your clubs) to track shots for you. This creates a kind of interesting pre-shot ritual. You tap the end of the club to your PIQ device to register which club you’re using. You then take your shot, the PIQ analyzes your swing, and when you get to where your ball landed you do your tap ritual again for the next shot…and the device/app registers how long you hit. Over time it will use your actual performance to recommend appropriate clubs for you to use for particular shots. It also keeps score for you, which for me is less desirable but I guess I have to take the bad with the good. Better golfers will enjoy the shot tracking, and indeed the app will catalog your more brilliant shots with which you can share to your social media buddies. You can still kind of game the system (for instance, if you lose the ball and would otherwise have to take a penalty stroke…you can miraculously “find” the ball a few yards short of the green….) but on balance it’s a pretty easy and no-real-effort-required way to keep track of your shots. I was going to criticize the use of NFC and the whole club tapping ritual, but honestly I can’t think of a better-yet-still-practical way to do it.
The PIQ device, like the Zepp, takes data from a bunch of difference accelerometers and sensors to analyze your swing. I’ll say that I was seriously happy with the Zepp as it pointed out flaws in my swing that I hadn’t noticed until I saw a third person representation of it. For this, I'd have to say that I prefer the Zepp because of that...the PIQ score is helpful, and the track of the tempo/speed/swing path is also helpful, however, I like the Zepp presentation better. BUT, that isn't to say that the PIQ is useless...it isn't. You can also use the PIQ for practice at the range, same as the Zepp, but having it integrate with actual game performance and use that data for overall coaching/game help is very helpful. In my opinion, the integration of all of this makes it more useful than the Zepp for actual play and improving your game.
I’m trying not to be hyperbolic here, but this little thing is packed with potential. It really transformed my game as well as the way I approach things like strategy, club selection, and all of that. It is a real convergence system and it synthesizes data across a variety of sources and turns it into actionable information that I can use. That’s the highest praise I can give any device like this. The combination here gives me utility that I didn’t have with my separate devices, inasmuch as everything is all connected, seamless, and easy to use. I’m not a super techie but I was getting the hang of it after a while. The biggest learning curve will likely be remembering to tap the club tag to the PIQ device, but that’s just learning a habit - I was used to doing it with my Game Golf system so this worked pretty seamlessly. Having the device hanging off the glove may be a turnoff for some, but I was honestly used to having the Zepp device there so it wasn’t as big of a deal for me as it would be for other folks. Rest assured that after a while you barely notice it. Having the range info on the device, though, is a big value add and I like it. In sum, it’s a good system that successfully blends devices for me and helps make the game more manageable. It’s a good product and I’m really happy with it.
GPS: 4.5 Stars - The best part about this is the super light PIQ sensor that goes on your glove. You press the button and quickly get a distance to the middle of the green. And it is accurate for where you are standing right away with no lag. There are a number of apps that say they can do this on Android Wear, but they either don't pick up on the location immediately when you need it, or they kill the watch battery. With the PIQ sensor, I can get the distance on my wrist without having to pull my phone out or wait for GPS to catch up on my watch. And if you need more detail, like distance to hazards front/back or flyovers, you can still pull out your phone and see it there. It loses have a star on this front due to some holes showing a scrambled map photo too frequently. This can usually be corrected by navigating back through the holes.
Swing Analysis: 4.5 Stars - You can analyze your swing either at the range, or on the course with your shot tracking. For each swing, you get a score based on swing path, speed, and tempo. It will allow you to see what you are doing and make fine tuning adjustments. I like the easy to read and follow display on the app, but it isn't without problems. In the My Bag section where you see all the previous shots you made with your clubs on the course, there is no way to show the PIQ score associated with the shots. However, you can see it if you go to the My Games section. Also, if you are looking in the My Bag section, it doesn't give an accurate date for any of the shots, but you can see it in the My Games section. These are mainly quirks with the app I had to figure out and it hasn't impacted my review rating of the device itself. There is also a driving range mode where it tracks how you swing with the different clubs, but just doesn't track the distance.
Shot Tracking: 3 Stars - There are a few other companies doing this. I haven't had a chance to try them yet. This was the feature I was most looking forward to and probably what has been most disappointing, especially right out of the box. You screw the NFC tags into the bottom of your clubs. Before each shot, you put the end of your club next to the PIQ sensor and it records the location and club you are using on the upcoming shot, as well as tracks the distance from the last shot you took. This way you can get an idea of how far you are actually hitting your clubs. I found that it is not a distraction to my swing routine and does not slow me down. I save more time by not having to pull my phone out at every hole to get a distance. However, it is extremely important to understand the order in which you do things to get an accurate reading. My first few rounds it was tracking only half my shots or so. What I've found works best is the following: IMMEDIATELY tap the club to the sensor as soon as you get to the ball. It will ignore practice swings and only associate your LAST swing with the shot. However, if you take practice swings BEFORE you tap it, then it will register that practice swing with your previous shot. Even when I'm diligent about this, there were a couple holes where it didn't properly register my shots. The more I'm using it, the more I'm getting used to it. Furthermore, the more you use it, it will give you an idea of which club you should be using for the distance based on your average. And it is smart about only including certain shots in the average. For instance, if I use a low iron to punch a shot out of the trees, it won't include that shot in your average for that club. Still, I'll probably never rely on this feature - there are just too many factors to consider besides pure distance for club selection.
OTHER: There are a few other things I like about the app itself. First off, You can keep your scores with it, but I wouldn't rely on the shot tracking to automatically keep your score. There are just too many things that go wrong to alter your score - penalties, putts tapped in. After each hole, I manually enter the score using expert mode where I can specify where the shot was taken from (tee, fairway, rough, sand, penalty, putt). There is also an easy mode. What I do like is being able to see the scorecard, where it also tells me which club I hit off the tee and the distance. This can be very helpful for reviewing if you play a few courses consistently.
Synopsis: Integrates 3 different golf technologies - GPS tracking, Swing Analysis, Club Shot Tracking - into one package with good design and an app that works fairly well with a few quirks.
PROs: -GPS distances on your wrist with no lag
-Swing Analysis in an easy to read display with a single metric
-Can track your shots for specific clubs, once you figure out the quirks
CONs: -GPS on your wrist only gives one distance vs dedicated Golf Watch (but you can go to the phone to get more distances)
-Doesn't register some shots on the course so you don't get a complete picture of your round shot tracking
-App has a few other quirks where the display sometimes scrambles the image of the hole, making it unreadable
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Great product for serious golfers.