ZEPP GOLF USER GUIDE

ZEPP GOLF USER GUIDE
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ZEPP GOLF USER GUIDE
Updated March 26, 2015
TABLE OF CONTENT
Getting Started
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What’s Included
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iOS & Android Requirements
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Downloading the Zepp Golf App
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Turning on your Zepp Sensor
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Pairing your Zepp Sensor
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Getting to know the Zepp Sensor
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Mounting your Zepp Golf sensor
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Capture a Swing
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Flash Storage Capability
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Battery Life, Charging and Power
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Firmware Updates
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Multi-Sport Functionality
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Favorite a Swing
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Storage
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LED Indicator Lights
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Getting to know the Zepp App
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What the Zepp Sensor Measures
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3D View
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Dashboard View
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Video View
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My History
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Cloud Sync
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Pro Players
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Training Center
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Set Goals and Track Improvement
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Lab Reports
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Zepp Insights
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Multi-Player Management
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Control Center
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Compare a Swing
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Share a Swing
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Delete a Swing
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Screen Lock
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Low Battery Indicator
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Practice Swings
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General Information & Specifications
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App Updates
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Using your Zepp in Wet Conditions
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Customer Support
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Technical Specifications
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Return Policy and Warranty
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Regulatory and Safety Notices
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Getting Started
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What’s Included
iOS & Android Requirements
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iPhone 4S+, iPad 2nd Generation+, iPod Touch 5th Generation
- iOS 7.0 or later
- Android - v4.1 or later
Downloading the Zepp Golf App
You will need to download the free Zepp Golf app to use your sensor or
the video feature.
1. Click on the App Store or Google Play icon on your iOS or Android
device.
2. In the search toolbox, enter Zepp Golf.
3. There will be an icon with an add feature that says "Free" for iOS users
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and "Install" for Android users. Click this icon. A new green icon will
appear asking "Install App”. Tap it.
4. Once the download is complete you can find Zepp Golf on your device.
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Turning on your Zepp Sensor
Pairing your Zepp Sensor
To turn it on, press in from the side towards the LED channel (see image
Pairing an iOS Device
below). You should feel the button push in slightly when you do this. Hold
1. Select the Settings icon and then select Bluetooth. If Bluetooth is not
enabled, turn it on.
for at least 4 seconds when pushed in. If it doesn't turn on try holding a
bit longer and adjusting your finger to the top corner.
2. Your iOS device will automatically search for Zepp. This will take
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approximately 15-30 seconds. Once found, a pop up "Bluetooth Pairing
Request" will appear. Select Pair.
3. When paired, your device will note Zepp “Connected”.
4. After connection has been established, another pop up will appear
asking you to allow Zepp to communicate with the ZEPP App. Select
Allow.
5. From this point on, your iOS device will automatically pair with Zepp
Golf. Unless if you turn Bluetooth off or unconnected Zepp by selecting
“Forget this Device”, you will not need to pair the device when you turn
on your Zepp.
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Pairing an Android device
1. Select the Settings icon and then select Bluetooth. If Bluetooth is not
enabled, turn it on.
2.With some Android OS, you may receive a pop up message to let you
know the Bluetooth is paring with your Zepp device. Select "OK".
3.It will take approximately 15-30 seconds for Zepp to pair with the
device. When paired, your device will note Zepp “Paired”.
4.From this point on, your Android device will automatically pair with
Zepp. Unless if you turn Bluetooth off or unconnected Zepp, you will
not need to pair the device when you turn on your Zepp.
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Note - The Zepp sensor can only connect to one mobile device at a time.
If you would like to pair the sensor to a second mobile device, you must
first un-pair it from the initial mobile device.
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Getting to know the Zepp Sensor
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Mounting your Zepp Golf sensor
4.Set up and take a swing! Each time you make a swing the Zepp Golf app
will show your swing in the app within a few seconds. Simply continue
Slide the sensor into the golf mount ensuring a secure fit. After you have
inserted the sensor attach the mount to the glove by sliding it over the tab
of your glove. Slide the mount over the tab of your glove so that it fits
swinging after capturing your first swing in order to capture another
swing. Swings can be captured when making contact with a ball as well
as when taking dry swings.
squarely in the center.
Capture a Swing
Once you have established Bluetooth connection and mounted the sensor
to your golf glove you’re almost ready to capture a swing.
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1. Open the app. Follow the steps to create your account if you haven’t
done so already.
2.Wait for the yellow sensor icon to appear and become solid in the upper
left corner of the 3D view. ( 1 ) Once the light becomes solid, the app
will ask you to calibrate the sensor. We recommend calibrating the
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sensor prior to each swing session. If you are not asked to calibrate or
wish to recalibrate the sensor, tap the yellow sensor icon.
3.Select the club you are using by tapping the club icon in the bottom left
corner. ( 2 )
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Flash Storage Capability
show all 10 LED lights pulsating. In other words, all 10 LED lights will
appear for 3 seconds followed by all 10 LED lights fading away for 3
The Zepp sensor is capable of working both when connected to the app
seconds. This cycle repeats while in the charger indicating a full charge.
(online mode) and when the app is not connected. (offline mode) For
Zepp Golf, it is recommended to operate in online mode (connected to
Note - The Zepp sensor cannot be overcharged and is safe to leave in the
app) since the club you swing with is regularly changed. In online mode
charger for an extended period of time.
the Zepp sensor is used when you're connected to the app on your phone
or tablet. All swings are stored immediately and saved to the app. If you
lose connection or capture swings in offline mode all of your swings will
be stored locally on the sensor until you reconnect the app again.
Battery Life, Charging and Power
Battery Life
It is recommended to fully charge the sensor prior to use. This may take
up to 2-3 hours. The battery will last up to 5.5 hours with continuous
Hibernate Mode
To save battery the sensor will enter a Hibernation Mode if it does not
detect a swing or a button press for 5 minutes. Simply press the multifunction button or take a swing to wake the sensor out of hibernation
mode. If you find that the sensor disconnects from the app during this
time, press the multi-function button twice to reconnect to the app.
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swing recording.
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Charging
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Place your sensor into the USB Charger included in the box, and plug the
charger into any USB port. Charging your sensor will take approximately
2-3 hours. When charging is complete the light rotation of the sensor will
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Firmware Updates
sport app of your choice. The app will ask you if you wish to change the
sensor to the new sport mode. Select OK to begin the change process.
Zepp will periodically include firmware updates when updates to the app
are released. Updating the firmware will improve accuracy and overall
performance of the sensor. To check if a firmware update is available,
sync the sensor to the app. If an update is available you'll see a red (1)
hovering over the Settings icon as shown below. Enter the settings and
select firmware update and follow the steps listed in the app. If firmware
update does not appear in your settings, then your sensors firmware is up
to date. This update will not take more than a few minutes to complete.
Favorite a Swing
The favorite feature allows you to keep track of all of the great swings you
make. To favorite a swing with your sensor press in on the multifunction within 10 seconds of your swing. Alternatively you can select the
star icon located in the top right corner next to the calendar icon for any
selected swing.
Storage
The Zepp Golf sensor can hold up to 2,000 swings when disconnected
from the app. When connected to the app all swings will automatically
transfer from the sensor to the app.
Multi-Sport Functionality
WARNING: If you have stored swings that have not been synced to an
Your sensor will work with all 3 Zepp Sports Apps: Baseball, Tennis, and
app prior to switching to a new sport they will be erased. You must
Golf. Simply download the mobile app of choice and attach the sensor to
upload the stored swings to the correct app prior to switching modes.
the appropriate racket, bat, or golf mount. To use the sensor for a
different sport, connect your sensor to your mobile device and open the
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LED Indicator Lights
Tracking Mode
Your Zepp sensor features a display that consists of 10 LED indicator
running across the LED channel every 4 seconds.
lights. These lights communicate a variety of feedback including battery
status, searching to connect, firmware update mode, as well as lets you
know that your sensor is powered.
The sensor is in Tracking Mode when it is on and the LED lights are
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Battery Status
Press in on the multi-function button one time to check the battery status.
If less than four LEDs light up, this indicates a low battery. Charge your
sensor for 2-3 hours.
Connect Mode
If you’re having trouble connecting to Bluetooth press in on the multifunction button two times to put the sensor in Connect mode. The sensor
will show 3 LEDs traveling back and forth across the LED channel.
Firmware Update Mode
Once the process for updating your sensors firmware is initiated through
the app, the app will automatically power the sensor off. Once the sensor
is powered on and until the firmware update is complete, the LED lights
in position 3&6 / 4&5 will flicker back and forth consistently until the
firmware update is completed.
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Getting to know the Zepp App
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What the Zepp Sensor Measures
Backswing Position
Club/Hand Speed
address and the top of backswing. It is measured by the change in angle at
Club Speed measures in miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour
(KPH) how fast your club head is traveling at the point it impacts the golf
This is the measurement of degrees of the angle of the club shaft between
address to the angle at the top of the swing. At address the club is at zero (0)
degrees.
ball. Hand Speed measures how fast your hands are traveling at the point it
impacts the golf ball.
Hip Rotation
Hip Rotation measures the degrees you rotate your hips on the backswing
Club/Hand Plane
Club plane measures how closely your backswing plane matches your
downswing plane. Hand Plane measures the path your hands make in the
backswing compared to the path they make on the downswing. Ideally, the
and then the degrees of rotation at impact. It is captured in the app when
the phone is placed in the front right (righties) or left pocket (lefties). To
ensure the app stays open, we recommend enabling the screen lock function
located in the control center.
closer the plane matches, the better the golf swing. Note – Mobile device must contain a gyroscope in order to capture hip
Tempo
Tempo is the ratio of the measured time in seconds it takes to make a back
swing versus the measured rate of time in seconds it takes to make a
rotation.
3D View
downswing until impact. Tempo is the natural rhythm and timing of the
swing. You want your swing to not only happen in a timely manner but in a
consistent way with every swing.
Review and replay your swing captured by the Zepp sensor in 3D. Rotate
and analyze your club path from any angle by moving your finger left to
right to navigate around the swing. Drag up or down to view from a top
angle.
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Dashboard View
dominant hand, and perspective you will be recording from. (Face on or
Back View) Next, select whether you would like to manually record your
The Dashboard View is the dashboard that shows you the results of the
swing you are analyzing captured by the Zepp sensor. The metrics within
the dashboard view comprise of the algorithm that makes up your Swing
Score. Metrics within the dashboard view include club speed, hand speed,
club plane, hand plane, tempo, backswing position, and hip rotation.
swings by either having someone record you or via the count down option
found in the settings. Users with a Zepp sensor can also choose the option
to automatically record their swings. Once your are aligned with the
framing guide either begin recording for the manual mode, or simply swing
away when using the auto mode and each swing will be recorded in the app!
(mobile device must contain gyroscope and be placed in pocket at the time
of swing capture in order to capture hip movement)
My History
Video View
Each swing recorded with or without a sensor in the Zepp app is
automatically saved and can be viewed at any time in your swing history. To
Using your phone or tablet you can record a video to analyze a swing. There
are two modes for video capture – auto & manual. Auto can only be used
with users that are using a Zepp sensor at the time of swing capture whereas
view your history, tap the calendar icon in the top right corner of the 3D
view. Your swing history can also be viewed from the Main Menu screen by
tapping “My History.”
manual can be used by users that either do or do not have a sensor. To get
started, tap the video camera icon located at the bottom of the 3D or
dashboard view followed by the record icon. Go to the video settings by
tapping the settings button at the top of the video view and choose whether
you’d like to use a countdown timer (manual mode only), if you would like
to enable the framing guide (recommended to be used so that your video
playback matches the range that the Zepp Pros videos were captured), your
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Cloud Sync
Whenever you swing, your swing data will automatically and instantly
appear on your smartphone or tablet. There’s no limit to how many swings
you can store and analyze in the app. When you’re connected to WiFi or a
3/4G network, your swings will automatically sync to the cloud. Cloud sync
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allows you to view your swing history when you sign in to the app from any
Smith provides multiple drills for each swing metric meant to improve each
mobile device.
metric captured by Zepp Golf.
Note - Cellular data usage is automatically enabled and can be turned off
Set Goals and Track Improvement
by visiting the settings section within the app located in the main menu. To
disable cellular usage, simply slide “Only Sync On Wi-Fi” on.
Set Swing Goals according to your age or customize goals for each metric to
track how each swing compares to your ideal metrics. Zepp generates an
Pro Players
Zepp Golf has multiple Professional player’s swings located in the Pro
Players section of the app. Here you can review various players such as
Keegan Bradley, Brendan Steele and Ryan Winther’s swings captured in 3D
using the Zepp sensor. In addition, you can view a slow motion replay of
their swing from the back or face on view and compare each of these replays
analysis of every swing based on your goals and color codes them according
to how well you perform. Colors range from green (performing well), yellow
(needs minor improvement) or red (needs major improvement). Goal
setting can be used to improve over time. To track your improvement, go to
the Lab Reports and My Statistics section from the main menu of the app.
Lab Reports
in slow motion to your own swing captured in the app using the Zepp
sensor or captured using the video tool!
Lab Reports provide a detailed analysis on your swing sessions and how
you're performing against your goals. In your Lab Report, you will be
Training Center
Located in the main menu, the Training Center features tips and drills
aimed to help improve each specific metric captured by Zepp Golf. The
video overviews are covered by PGA Pro Patrick Shea and the tips and drills
provided with your Average Swing Score, number of swings, number
of clubs used, and an overview of general stats - Tempo, Backswing
Position, Club Pane Comparison, Hand Plane Comparison, and Club-head
Speed for a selected day in which you captured swing data. are covered by top 10 Golf Digest instructor Rick Smith.
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Zepp Insights
section that contains the name of the current player. To switch between
players, simply select the name to open the "Change Golfer” tab which
Zepp Insights is a feature built into a users lab reports. This report will take
users who have captured at least 30 swings for a certain week and provide
contains all players. Select accordingly and swing! All swings will then be
saved under that specific player’s account.
them with their top metric as well as a metric that can use improvement.
Both of these measurements are calculated based on your swing
performance for the week in comparison to your swing goals. The metric
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that averages nearest to its goal will be outlined as your top stat whereas the
metric thats average is the furthest off is considered the recommended
focus. Multi-Player Management
View a Player’s Swing History
To view swing data for a specific player, you must first select their profile
Add/Remove a Player
under the “Change Golfer” menu located in the 3D view as explained above.
To add or remove a player from your account, select “Players” from the
Once the player is selected, tap the calendar icon located in the top right
main menu. To add a player, select the “ + “ sign located in the top right
corner of the 3D view. This will open the full history for the player and
corner. To delete a player, select the player profile in which you would like
categorizes swings according to the day in which they were captured. Days
to remove. Located at the bottom of their profile, select Delete Player.
highlighted blue indicate swing information exists within that day. Switch Between Players Capturing Swings
View a Player’s Lab Reports and Change a Player’s Swing Goals
Capturing swing data for different players is done by selecting the player in
Lab Reports contain averages for a particular player for all metrics each day
the “Change Golfer” tab located in the 3D view. Above the 3D avatar there is
swing information is captured. Lab reports for each player can be accessed
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by selecting Players located in the main menu. From here, select the player
Synced indicates that the player has created their own account within the
to open their player profile. In their player profile you can select lab reports.
app
Similarly, you can change a specified players swing goals from their player
profile
Inactive - The player has selected to un-sync their swing information with
the admin account. Users can re-sync with a coach if the coach selects the
Sync Status
player in their admin account. Next to “Inactive” the coach can resend the
Sync status relates to whether a player has an email address associated with
sync email request by selecting the “i”
their player profile. It will also indicate whether they have accepted the sync
request email that is sent when an email is added to a players account. This
status does NOT indicate that a players swing information has synced with
the cloud nor does it affect players swing information. Each of the Sync
Status terms are defined below:
Not Synced - The player does not have an email address associated with
their player profile
Pending - The player has an email address associated with their player
profile, but they have not yet accepted the sync request email Control Center
The Control Center is the tab located in the bottom right corner of the 3D
View and Dashboard View that contains three horizontal dots.
Compare a Swing
You can compare two of your swings with one-another, to another player,
(users added under the Players menu) or with any of the Professional
Golfers found in the app. Users that have captured swing data using the
Zepp sensor can compare the 3D rendering of their swing as well as any
Confirmed/Synced - The player has an email address associated with
video recorded swings caught using the video tool to any professional’s
their player profile and they have accepted sync request email. Confirmed
found in the app. Users without a sensor can compare the video views of
means that the player has not created their own account within the app.
their swings captured via the video tool to any of the professional’s found in
the app as well. This can be done in two separate areas of the app:
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1) Select a swing you would like to compare so that you are viewing either
Delete a Swing
the 3D or video view. Once viewing the swing, open the control center
located in the bottom right corner of the 3D view, followed by selecting
Compare.
There are a couple different ways in which you can delete a swing. In your
swing history, swipe right or left across the swing that you’d like to delete
and tap delete. Alternatively, select the day in which you would like to
2) From the main menu, select “Pro Players.” Located at the bottom of the
delete swings and tap edit in the upper right corner of your swing history.
Pro Players section, select Pro Compare. Here you can select to compare
Select the swings that you would like to delete followed by Delete Selected
either two swings captured in your players history by locating the player
Swings. Lastly, you can delete a selected swing by selecting the swing so that
under “users.” Alternatively you can compare any swing in you or your
you are viewing it’s 3D view followed by selecting the three horizontal dots
players library to any of the professionals found in the app.
in the bottom right corner of the app and tapping delete.
Share a Swing
Screen Lock
Swings can be shared via email, Facebook, Twitter or text from the 3D view.
To lock your screen within the app while capturing swings, select Screen
Find the swing that you would like to share and view the 3D view of the
Lock located in the control center.
swing. From here, open the control center located in the bottom right
corner and select “Share this Swing” followed by the channel that you would
like to share your swing through. This feature is for swings captured using a
Zepp sensor and will share a screenshot of the 3D view of your swing as well
as the dashboard highlighting the swing’s metrics.
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Low Battery Indicator
The Zepp Golf App indicates when your sensor has low battery by placing
an indicator over the calibration icon as shown below.
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Practice Swings
Zepp Golf can capture your swings when practicing without a ball. Swings
where you do not make contact with a ball or mat will be marked with a
blue "p" in your swing history, as shown below, which stands for practice.
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App Updates
Return Policy and Warranty
Zepp will periodically add new features, updates, and improvements to
Zepp provides a one-year limited warranty. Under conditions of the
the Zepp Golf app. It is recommended that you keep your Zepp Golf app
warranty agreement provided with your Zepp, purchasers will be entitled
updated to the latest version.
to repair or replacement for defective Zepp units. This warranty begins
Using your Zepp in Wet Conditions
Your Zepp sensor is water-resistant. It is sweat-proof, rain-proof, water
resistant, and can function with light water exposure.
Customer Support
Troubleshooting and assistance for your Zepp Golf can be found at:
https://golfsupport.zepp.com
Technical Specifications
Zepp uses 3 MEMS sensors to measure motion in its proprietary motion
engine capture system. This motion engine is used to capture speed,
from the date of initial purchase. Zepp may also choose to refund the
purchase price of the unit to the purchaser. Warranty information and
the Zepp online web store return policy can be found in the Zepp Support
Center online at https://golfsupport.zepp.com
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tempo, backswing position and more.
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Regulatory and Safety Notices!
For additional information on disposal and recycling, including contact
details of a distributor in your region, please visit https://
golfsupport.zepp.com
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The symbol on the product or its packaging signifies that this product has
to be disposed separately from ordinary household wastes at its end of
life. Please kindly be aware that this is your responsibility to dispose
electronic equipment at recycling centers so as to help conserve natural
resources. Each country in the European Union should have its collection
centers for electrical and electronic equipment recycling. For information
about your recycling drop off point, please contact your local electrical
and electronic equipment waste management authority or the retailer
where you bought the product.
• Do not dispose of the Zepp sensor with household waste.
• Batteries are not to be disposed of in municipal waste stream and
require separate collection.
• Disposal of the packaging and your Zepp should be done in accordance
with local regulations.
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