Swingbyte Golf Training Device

Swingbyte is a revolutionary mobile golf swing analysis device for use with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Swingbyte pairs an elegant and intuitive app with a lightweight sensor that attaches easily to any golf club just below the grip. Immediately after a golf swing, Swingbyte wirelessly transmits key swing data and interactive 3-D imagery via Bluetooth to a golfer’s iOS or Android device. Valuable swing metrics captured include club head speed, path, plane, and various angles at impact. Swings recorded in the field are also automatically uploaded to Swingbyte’s website where users can access their information, share swing data with an instructor for further assistance, and see how they stack up against personal milestones as well as the Swingbyte community.

Swingbyte Golf Training Device

The Swingbyte Golf Training Device pairs a smartphone or tablet compatible application with a lightweight swing sensor that attaches directly to your golf club–allowing you to capture and analyze your swing for improved results on the course. The Swingbyte device secures easily to any golf club just below the grip–and out of your way. Immediately after a golf swing, Swingbyte wirelessly transmits key swing data and interactive 3-D imagery via Bluetooth to your smartphone or tablet device. Valuable swing metrics captured include club head speed, path, plane, and various angles at impact. Swings recorded in the field are also automatically uploaded to Swingbyte’s website where users can access their information, share swing data with an instructor for further assistance, and see how they stack up against personal milestones as well as the Swingbyte community.

How Swingbyte Works

Attach Swingbyte to any club

Swingbyte attaches easily to any club, driver through putter.

Pairs to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth Weighs less than one ounce Attaches easily just below the grip Recharges via USB port Capture swing data and imagery

Swingbyte captures:

Club head speed and acceleration at all points through your swing Your club’s true plane from address to impact Club face angle relative to swing path Static and dynamic loft and lie at address and impact Angle of attack and Club path Tempo Analyze in real-time

Real-time swing analysis at your fingertips

Compatible with Apple: iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, iPod Touch and all iPads Android: phones with 2.3.3 and later, tablets with Bluetooth on 3.0 and later Review and rate your swing All swings stored in history for easy reference Improve faster with online analytics

Review and share your data online

Share swing data with your pro and on Facebook Advanced analytics Full swing history, trends and development areas What’s in the Box

Swingbyte device, application for Android or Apple smartphone or tablet, two attachment straps, and two adhesive mounting tabs

Product Features

  • Lightweight golf swing sensor with smartphone/tablet compatible application for game improvement
  • Sensor sends swing data to your smartphone or tablet instantly via Bluetooth
  • Attaches easily to any club in your bag–driver through putter
  • Advance online analytics provide full swing history, trends, and development areas and allow you to share data
  • Comes with application for Android or Apple smartphone or tablet, two attachment straps, and two adhesive mounting tabs; one year limited warranty

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2 Comments

  1. great in many ways, still room for improvement I didn’t buy this in Amazon, but I want to contribute my 2cents to collective knowledge in Amazon. It is a great product in many ways except the way of attaching the device to the club.It provides important swing data such as swing speed, swing path, club face angle at impact and they seem fairly accurate and consistent. It transfers the data to your Android app(or iPhone) and the app is simply great. I personally benefit the swing arc image on my Android phone a lot. Easy to connect the…

  2. This device is flawed I bought the Swingbyte about 1 month ago and initially it worked perfectly for two days but then stopped sending data to either the iPad or iPhone app. The problem occurred during the second day at the range while taking full swings with a 7 iron. After two or three swings the device has to be re-positioned on the shaft and occasionally re-calibrated. Although, this scenario is inconvenient, it is not a deal breaker. What is a deal breaker is that the device stops working following multiple…