Flightscope Mevo Plus Vs. Full Swing KIT Comparison Overview
The Mevo Plus from Flightscope is very similar to the Full Swing KIT that we have been testing as of late. While they are targeted to more or less the same kind of golfing demographic, there are some key differences that the consumer should know about.
After all, neither of these devices are necessarily cheap. Before we go any further, we should also mention that these devices are for players who are serious about improving their game. But which one is right for you? Find out in the following comparison overview.
Flightscope Mevo Plus Overview
The Mevo Plus is a combination golf launch monitor and simulator system that uses a combination of photometric technology and 3-D Doppler radar.
This is the first thing that sets it apart from the Full Swing KIT: the Mevo Plus uses a tandem of a camera and radar sensors. This means that it is viable for both indoor and outdoor use. Like the Full Swing KIT however, the Mevo Plus utilizes the E6 Connect software suite for it’s simulations.
The Mevo Plus is a neat little device that can fit easily in your golf bag. It can give you readings for full swings, chip shots and putts including ball speed, launch speed, ball direction, spin rate, apex height, roll distance, total distance and much more.
Full Swing KIT Overview
The great thing about the Full Swing KIT system is that it is very reliable and convenient.
While it relies solely on radar sensors, the sensors have their own dedicated processor so that the data comes up quick on the heads-up display or your connected device. Speaking of the heads-up display, that’s one feature that the Full Swing KIT has that the Mevo Plus doesn’t.
Connected devices don’t get disconnected either – at least they didn’t during our testing. You get a reliable connection thanks to a separate dedicated processor for media. The Full Swing KIT also uses an HD camera to record your shot and send the footage right to your phone or other connected device.
While the Full Swing KIT and Mevo Plus are similar in many ways, we had some data lag and connectivity issues with the Mevo Plus. The Full Swing KIT was very much pick-up-and-play which endeared to our testers very much. The Full Swing KIT is accurate enough for serious practice and reliable enough for long-term use.