ES12 Player Launch Monitor

 245,00 Incl. VAT:  296,45

Features

  • Log unlimited shots
  • Record club use, distance, and all speed.
  • Instant audible feedback
  • Performance data analyzer
  • Email range sessions directly from smartphone or tablet

Color: Black case with blue protective boot
Dimensions : 5.3″(h) x 3.0″(w) x 1.6″(d)
Weight: ~10oz
Power: Standard 9V Battery (2 included); Duracell preferred (Approximately 17 hours of use)
Display: .67″(h) x 1.7″(w)
Operating Temperature: 25° – 120° F

Description

Es 12 Player Launch Monitor

Know Your Distance
 

The ES12 Player Launch Monitor is an extremely accurate portable launch monitor that offers ball speed & distance data with minimal set-up. Paired with the free Ernest Sports app, the ES12 Player provides the ability to track and analyze your practice sessions. Using Doppler radar the unit displays the ball speed and distance of each shot instantly on an LCD screen. Designed with convenience in mind, the ES12 Player Launch Monitor easily fits in your golf bag and is encased in a durable rubber boot. Make your practice purposeful with the ES12 Player from Ernest Sports.
The ES12 Player Launch Monitor is an incredibly accurate portable launch monitor that provides for an enjoyable and informative golf experience. Combined with the Ernest Sports app, the ES12 is great for golfers of all levels of expertise. From junior golfers to scratch golfers, this system incorporates technique with enjoyment, bringing new life to your golf game. This complete package includes Range Data, Scorecard, Video Analysis, Bluetooth Audible Feedback and much more. ES12 PHONE APPS ARE AVAILABLE ON IPHONE APP STORE AND GOOGLE PLAY FOR ANDROID DEVICES.

After being introduced to the golf community in 2012, the ES12 Player was awarded the Best New Product of the Year at the 2012 PGA Show in Orlando, FL.

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