Sensosolutions, a leading provider of innovative IT systems for sports analysis, motion and performance measurement, announced today that it is shipping of the advanced version of SensoGlove, the world’s first digital golf glove with wearable sensor technology. Priced at $89, SensoGlove brings digital training to golf with a small, sweat-proof, removable 1.2-inch LED digital monitor and highly responsive sensors throughout this golf glove that analyze the pressure of the swing for real-time audio and visual feedback at 80 times per second.
Golf Glove’s features based on feedback from international PGA professionals
The patented SensoGlove warns you if you exceed your target level of grip pressure and even shows you which fingers are gripping too tightly, so you can adjust your grip accordingly. SensoGlove features an “Automatic Sensitivity Selection” Button to provide automatic, accurate pressure readings for a consistently smooth and powerful golf swing providing greater distances and lower scores. SensoGlove is easy to use and doesn’t require an app or smartphone, so you don’t have to worry that you will give up with confusing technology or that you will lose your smartphone in the golf course.
Developed based on feedback from international PGA professionals, SensoGlove is the perfect gold glove for golf lovers of all levels, from beginners to advanced. Made of the highest quality cabretta leather, all golfers can quickly learn how to hold the club, improving every part of their game, from backswing, downswing, impact, follow-through, to driving, putting, and chipping.
SensoGlove is available for men and women in right or left hand configurations, sizes small to x-large, priced at $89, with replacement gloves available for $22.48. Made of cabretta leather, the built-in digital monitor can be removed to use SensoGlove as a regular golf glove. The new advanced version of SensoGlove is available immediately at SensoGlove’s website and through distributors, sales partners, and golf schools around the world, including www.GolfStoreHome.com, www.Intheholegolf.com, www.Convenientgadgets.com, and Shankmeister.
Source | Thomas Public Relations