QLIPP is the world’s first smart dampener that measures every part of your stroke. The data captured by QLIPP is transferred wirelessly to the app in real-time. From providing session by session progress tracking to utilizing the phone’s camera for video analysis, the app can help you identify error to develop a stronger swing.
- QLIPP attaches directly to the string of any tennis racquet.
- Unleash you fullest potential with real-time stroke by stroke analysis in the play mode.
- See yourself from a new perspective through the video mode. Playback in slow-motion so that you are able to correct your posture to create that perfect stroke.
- Scrutinize your serve by breaking down the time duration of your racquet preparation, racquet acceleration and corresponding follow through in the serve mode.
- Review how you performed at the end of the game with a detailed overview of all the recorded strokes.
- Match your skills with other players worldwide through the QLIPP community.
- Customize the ball type, grip type and racquet weight for better accuracy of stroke analysis.
- Know how much calories you burn after each session.
- Set goals and collect achievement badges along the way.
- View the stats of each stroke as you play on the court through your Apple Watch.
- Monitor your Heart Rate as you play. Recorded Heart Rate is saved in the Apple Health app.
Find out more:
Official website - https://www.qlipp.com/
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/qlippsensor/
Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/QlippSensor/
Google+ - http://google.com/+QlippSensor
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
New firmware has not solved how inaccurate this QLIPP device is in recognizing types of shots. It also does very little to dampen string vibration so it fails on its two stated missions. Go with a Zepp 2 or wait for the new Courtmatics device coming out in February.
I don't know how to use
how can I track my swing?
Fun tool but needs work
I've used my Qlipp for about 7 hitting sessions so far and overall, I like it. For the most part, it does a decent job of differentiating between, serves, forehands, backhands and volleys. It also detects spins fairly well. I feel that the speed detection is off though. I haven't compared it with a speed gun yet but I don't feel the speeds are accurate. It shows my first serves range between 110 and 120 mph. My serves may be coming in that fast but I highly doubt it. I'm guessing it's 10 mph too fast. It also said my fastest forehand was 112 mph, no way! I hit my forehands hard but not that hard. My backhands, which are about as quick as my forehand, rarely get a reading over 50 mph. I'm guessing the discrepancy is due to my abbreviated backswing on my backhand.
I'm also not keen on the constantly flashing blue light. I'd hate for my opponent to accuse me of a hindrance because of the distracting light. Hopefully a new firmware upgrade can fix these two issues.
- 9 Degrees Freedom Private Limited
- 41.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 and watchOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2012 9 Degrees Freedom Pte Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.