Since Zepp started launching wearable devices for baseball, golf, tennis and softball over the past three years, it finally decided it was time to launch a sensor for the world’s most popular sport.
Earlier this month, the digital sports training device and sensor company launched Zepp Play Soccer
to track on-field statistics and capture :10 second video highlights. Some of the metrics include overall distance traveled, number of kicks, kick speed, sprints and top speed recorded in-game. The wearable device syncs with a smartphone via Bluetooth and slides into a calf sleeve as part of the product, which retails in stores and online for $99.
According to Bill Lucarelli, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing at Zepp, it’s a training and performance sensor that can be used by athletes at all skill levels.
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