Zepp is known for nifty sport-specific fitness trackers that connect to your smartphone and relay pertinent information. Its newest sensor is designed for soccer players with a focus on tracking notable stats while the ball is in play. As you’d expect, it covers distance traveled and calories burned but it also notes the number of ball kicks and touches. Zepp Soccer can identify different movements on the pitch, dividing your efforts into a variety of categories such as sprinting or walking.
The newest wearable device is smaller than your smartphone and is meant to be carried inside the included leg sleeve. Zepp doesn’t provide any skill-building feedback, like Wilson’s X Connected Basketball, instead it is focused on gathering raw data as a means for motivation. It connects to your iOS or Android device via the Zepp Play Soccer app that records and tracks data plus offers comparisons with other users. The newest Zepp wearable is available for purchase this week for $99 at Amazon.
Zepp Play Soccer tracks player stats, captures a real-time game report, and uses auto-clip technology to create video highlights providing overall insights into your performance. Simply insert the sensor into the calf sleeve to track important on-field stats including total kicks, sprints, distance, max speed, and more. Collect personal game statistics, capture real-time game reports, and create a personalized video highlight reel to see your game like never before. Zepp Play Soccer measures the most important aspects of your game. Maximize Zepp Play Soccer app features to collect real-time video highlights by having someone record from the sideline, tag key events throughout the game, and share the timeline feature for friends and family to follow.