SwingTalk Golf Swing Analyzer with Voice Feedback
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- SwingTalk is the most innovative golf swing analyzer that supports both iOS & Android devices. SwingTalk works for most of the smart phones, but we recommend iOS above 9.0 and Android above 4.4.
- Track club & shaft trajectory, shaft angle, actual movement of shaft and more. Please note that SwingTalk needs to have an impact for it to analyze the swing, so you may use any balls or a duffle bag when practicing.
- SwingTalk is connected to your smart phone using the bluetooth. SwingTalk can be used without any wires.
- The state-of-the art technology, sleek design and feather-like weight: Only 0.3 oz. SwingTalk is installed at the end of your club's grip. SwingTalk's pin should be in the grip completely without a gap.
- Don't pause your swing practice! SwingTalk brings you instant voice feedback of tempo & speed. SwingTalk is the only device with instant voice feedback function.
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Frequently asked questions
1. I cannot pair my phone with the SwingTalk device.
- Uninstall the SwingTalk app (Very important) and turn on your Bluetooth.
- SwingTalk should be shown on the Bluetooth menu. Click SwingTalk, and pairing is complete.
- Download and run the SwingTalk app.
- After pairing your smart phone and Bluetooth once, you do not need to repeat this process.
Just turn on SwingTalk's power, and it will automatically be connected to your smart phone.
2. I do not know how to install SwingTalk to my club.
Insert SwingTalk's pin into the hole at the end of the grip. SwingTalk's pin should be in the
grip completely without a gap. If your grip is round, please put a Spacer in between SwingTalk
and your club. (Spacer is included in the package) After you insert SwingTalk into your club, SwingTalk's
LED and club face should be parallel when you look at the club from the top.
3. I keep having "Incorrect Swing" message on the app.
Swing Talk recognizes any impact on club and starts to analyze it. If a player touches the ground
or golf ball with a club before hitting the ball, this motion can be analyzed as an impact.
Since this case is an incorrect swing, word 'Analyzing' will be showed up at the moment,
but it will turn to be in "Ready" status right away. So please wait for 2 ~ 3 seconds before swing.
4. SwingTalk would not charge!
Please use the USB cable to connect and charge SwingTalk to your PC. (USB cable is included in the package.)
Circular LED light beside SwingTalk's charging port should be RED when charging.
When the charging is complete, this light will turn off. SwingTalk needs approximately 2 hours to be charged.
Please refer to below Manual PDF and contact us through Amazon messages for any other questions.
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The one drawback I see to this that aligning the analyzer with the club face is a bit tricky and if your of a little it changes the reading quite a bit. Also if you are not someone who chokes down on the club the analyzer will have a tendency to push out of the handle again changing the readings you get.
If you're a beginner like I am the actual analysis view and statistics can be tricky to understand but with a little practice and review you will get the idea.
The analyzer has helped me correct several of my shots and saved me a few strokes on the course.
I wouldn't be to concerned with the club head speed it says you're supposed to reach as I think that is what the pros are swinging.
So how does it work?
Shaped like a pushpin, the sensor attaches to the butt of your grip (unlike some that attach on the shaft like SwingByte). After downloading the free SwingTalk app and syncing with your mobile device via Bluetooth, the sensor records automatically when you swing and strike the ball or ground. The readings appear on your device within seconds and will tell you your swing speed and swing tempo audibly. Hence the name SwingTalk.
Here are the nuts and bolts...
Design – Bogey
Though the sensor is barely noticeable visually and does little to effect the dynamic and/or swing weight, ultimately the effectiveness of a swing analyzer is equal parts form and function. We’ll talk about function later, but for now, the design of the sensor is good, but not great. One of the biggest complaints with attached swing analyzers is having to constantly readjust them. The SwingTalk, though better than others I have tested, does need adjusting on roughly 1 out of 3 iron shots. Sometimes the sensor would slip down a little or it would twist. In order to read correctly, the sensor needs to be flush with the end of the grip and aligned with the club face. I have to admit that I may have had some issues because of the type of grips I use… Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G, which has a rather thin butt that protrudes out. A thicker, flatter grip like Winn would likely hold up better to the jarring. I will have to say that when I used it on my driver, the sensor had no issues moving.
Performance – Birdie
Despite its design flaw, the SwingTalk performs extremely well. If you take a practice swing, the sensor doesn’t record unless you actually hit something. The data gathered is rather extensive as well. Each swing computes numbers you’d see on a Trackman from Club Path, Attack Angle, Swing Speed, Face to Path, Swing Plane to name a few. Numbers are only good if they’re accurate and maybe 1 out of 10 did I feel a swing didn’t quite match the data. Using another swing radar, I was able to calculate the SwingTalk was typically off 2-3 mph, but no more than 5 mph. The app also gives a 3D rendition of each swing from all kinds of angles like overhead, down the line, face on, etc. If that’s not enough for you, you can compare your numbers and swing to a professional’s. You can also use this on your putting. It's one thing to see how your ball is rolling, it's another to have your putt analyzed from the swing path, length, face angle, and tempo. So if you’re a numbers guy or a visual one, you have the best of both worlds.
Value – Par
Retail price for the SwingTalk is around $149, which is right in the range of other swing analyzers. The SwingTalk is an item I could see myself using for a long time. Having a perfect swing may never be attainable for us amateurs, but having a consistent one using this device is made easier. If you’re in the market for a swing analyzer, you won’t be disappointed with the SwingTalk.
Feel free to ask me any other questions about the SwingTalk.
One of the issues the company has not cleared up to my satisfaction is whether or not an internet connection is required in addition to the blue tooth. My experience is that you must be connected to the internet. This can be done through WiFi or a cellular connection with either a tablet or phone. After figuring out I needed an internet connection I have had no problem at all with the app. I am using a Nexus 7 tablet with WiFi as my primary driving range has public WiFi. The device on the club connects via blue tooth (very well) but the app requires the internet.
All in all a great product. You will be amazed at all the various stats it tracks. I have combined it with a video camera, mat and net on my back deck and have my very own practice station.
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