What is the Durability of Pocket Radar Products?

Even though each Pocket Radar product is built from the same high-impact plastic as football helmets (we have even run tests by dropping them off of two-story buildings), we field quite a few questions pertaining to the matter of durability.  It’s a fair question considering their small size and the fragile nature of other professional radar equipment.  Over the years we have heard some interesting stories from customers that have put this to the test. We received a phone call last month from a distressed customer that brought a new meaning to “the dog ate my homework.”

As the customer relationship manager at Pocket Radar, I am often asked about the durability of the Pocket Radar units.   While we put the products through extensive stress testing and drop tests and have designed them to be very rugged, we recently we had a customer who put the unit to a test we had not previously thought to do.

Her Ball Coach radar was delivered by the postal service and left at her front door.   Without realizing there was a package outside, they let their German Shepard out into the yard.   Shortly after letting the dog out, they noticed he was tearing into something.   They were able to retrieve the package from him, but not before he performed his own durability testing of the Ball Coach radar.   I’m very happy to say the dog was not hurt at all, but I can say he has quite the bite.   The Ball Coach radar was in perfect working condition, despite the incredibly deep bite marks in the unit.  All I can say is that I would watch out if I am that postal carrier, this pup can deliver quite the bite!   Now I have a new way to describe the durability of the Pocket Radar units, although it won’t be the recommended treatment. It is not really the best choice of chew toy for your pets.

Front and Back of Ball Coach Radar with dog bites.

Front and Back of Ball Coach Radar with dog bites.

 

Successfully measuring a 65 MPH Tuning Fork with the dog bitten Ball Coach radar.

Successfully measuring a 65 MPH Tuning Fork with the dog bitten Ball Coach radar.

 

For a little historical reference, here is our Pocket Radar Durability Test video where we had Jaime Southern (former U.S. softball national team pitcher) pitch the Pocket Radar Classic model and then record a speed in the same sequence.

We probably would advise against doing this with any other professional radar guns, but if you decide to, let us know what happens!

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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High School Baseball Coach of the Year, Brian Chapman, Reviews the Ball Coach Radar

Millburn High School (N.J) Coach Brian Chapman was named National High School (Div. 2) Coach of the Year by the Amateur Baseball Coaches Association

Brian Chapman is one of many coaches in multiple sports that has found the value of adding speed measurements into practice as a powerful training aid for their players and coaching methods.  Unlike the bulkier and more expensive radar guns of the past, used exclusively by scouts to measure fastball velocity, the Ball Coach radar was designed as a training tool for coaches and athletes.  It is just as accurate within 120 feet of range on a baseball, and its discreet size makes it ideal for measuring youth and professional athletes without affecting behavior.

The Ball Coach radar provides accurate speed measurements that have allowed players to develop a new level of confidence in hopes of improving their skills over time. Confidence is an acquired skill that is developed over time, but is key when training and performing. Coach Chapman believes his team’s overall performance has improved immensely due to the confidence they have gained from training with the Ball Coach radar.

Here is some feedback we received from Coach Chapman, and his use of the Ball Coach radar at practice with his players:

“I have coached baseball for 25 years and had never made use of a radar gun in practice.  I was sold on the benefits of the Ball Coach radar after one practice!”

We’ve been using it with our pitchers but also with our position players to give them an idea of how they compare with other kids at their position.  We recently began using it with our hitters, too.  It is very easy for us to measure the speed of a pitch coming in and then the exit velocity of the ball off the bat with one push of a button.  The Ball Coach radar is so easy to operate and so accurate that we are able to generate a ton of extremely valuable data in a short time!  After using it for just a month, we can’t imagine training our pitchers without it.  Even our lacrosse team has started using it at practice! It’s an amazing product!”

We look forward to hearing more upcoming results from Coach Chapman and the team, and if you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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Youth Baseball Coach, Rogerick Thompson, Reviews the Ball Coach Radar

Rogerick Thompson is one of many coaches in multiple sports that has found the value of adding speed measurements into practice as a powerful training aid for their players and coaching methods.  Unlike the bulkier and more expensive radar guns of the past, used exclusively by scouts to measure fastball velocity, the Ball Coach radar was designed as a training tool for coaches and athletes.  It is just as accurate within 120 feet of range on a baseball, and its discreet size makes it ideal for measuring youth and professional athletes without affecting behavior.

The Ball Coach radar provides accurate speed measurements that have allowed players to develop a new level of confidence in hopes of improving their skills over time. Confidence is an acquired skill that is developed over time, but is key when training and performing. Coach Rogerick believes his team’s overall performance has improved immensely due to the confidence they have gained from training with the Ball Coach radar.

Here is some feedback we received from Coach Rogerick, and his use of the Ball Coach radar at practice with his players:

“This product is one of my of the best investments made. As a 13U travel ball coach this product has been beneficial in developing confidence, by setting pitching machines at 10-15% higher than normal game speed. Cannot be done without this affordable device.”

“In addition, we use it for determining ball exit speed (also referred to as ball exit velocity) with normal movements. After adjustments we measure speed increase, which encourages the player to accept something that uncomfortable at first but more productive.”

We look forward to hearing more upcoming results from Coach Rogerick and the team, and if you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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Ball Coach Radar Named the “Official Radar Gun” of Diamond Nation

The sports-model Ball Coach radar will be available for purchase at the Diamond Nation Shop and will be incorporated into their baseball and softball training curriculum

June 22, 2016 –

SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Pocket Radar, Inc. is proud to announce a partnership with Diamond Nation to have its Ball Coach radar serve as the “Official Radar Gun.”  Diamond Nation is dedicated to providing top level instruction and facilities for serious players looking to take their game to the next level. It has created an environment that allows players the opportunity to learn and train properly in order to advance their skills and playing abilities.

 

Pocket Radar’s Ball Coach model is a pro-level radar gun and speed-training tool for player coaching or self-guided drills, with hands-free operation keeping it simple.  Because of its discreet and convenient size, coaches and parents are able to analyze player tendencies without affecting behavior. By measuring crucial results like Ball Exit Speed off the bat (also referred to as Exit Velocity), pitch speed and position player arm strength, training with the Ball Coach radar helps athletes get better, faster.

 

We are very excited to be partnering with Diamond Nation to incorporate our Ball Coach radar into their baseball and softball training curriculum,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar, Inc.  “They truly are a game changer in their ability to accommodate year round playing conditions in the Northeast region.  Diamond Nation provides athletes and their families top notch instruction and facilities in an area of the country that can be affected by weather for much of the year.”

 

Diamond Nation’s 65-acre campus consists of 250,000 square feet of indoor facilities, 700,000 square feet of turf fields, the largest amateur sports dome in America and the ability to play up to 12 outdoor games simultaneously. Players in the Northeast now have the ability to train and compete year round as those in the warm weather areas of the country have been accustomed to forever.  Diamond Nation’s baseball and softball training curriculum is a comprehensive program that deals with specific physical, mechanical, and mental training techniques to improve baseball and softball skills.  All player development is carried out by a truly dedicated trained staff of professional instructors who will help guide athletes with their knowledge, experiences, and expertise.

 

 ”The partnership with Pocket Radar and Diamond Nation is a perfect marriage.  We are able to bring brand awareness to the thousands of amateur baseball and softball teams in the that visit our facility each year, while Pocket Radar offers our coaches, players, and parents the ability to get an accurate measure of velocity without the hassle and expense of a big and bulky radar gun.   The efficiency of the Ball Coach radar saves our coaches time which ultimately allows our players to get more out of their instructional sessions and become better athletes!”

 

About Diamond Nation

 

Diamond Nation provides education, evaluation, development, competition, and exposure to young athletes under the supervision, experiences, knowledge and direction of their outstanding staff utilizing the finest state-of-the-art facility in the country.  Their purpose is to advance the level of play in each of their students while teaching life lessons through sports that help shape young athletes into productive members of society.  What once started out as the Jack Cust Baseball Academy has now evolved into the true one stop shop for all baseball and softball needs.  Diamond Nation is the parent company to both the Jack Cust Baseball Academy and the Jennie Finch Softball Academy.  For more information about Diamond Nation, visit www.DiamondNation.com

 

About Pocket Radar

 

From the world’s smallest certified accurate speed radar, to the only radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training, Pocket Radar has engineered a revolutionary product line to fit your speed measurement needs. Each Pocket Radar design includes exceptional performance and technology that fits in the palm of your hand. Pocket Radar products are convenient and rugged enough for everyday use by everyone from pro to amateur, to National Championship winning coaches and anyone interested in speed. For more information about Pocket Radar, visit www.PocketRadar.com

 

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Pocket Radar Classic Model Used for “Speeding Citations” at the Mountain Hounds Hustle

We were recently asked about participating in a great cause known as the “Greyhounds Mountain Hound Hustle.”  The Hustle is a weekend getaway for Greyhounds and their owners, with all proceeds from fundraising activities going to Greyhound Friends of North Carolina (GFNC) a 501c3 non-profit organization [Tax ID #56-1963355], www.greyhoundfriends.com, to help support our transition kennel and to find loving homes for retired racing Greyhounds.

Rick and Lynda Montgomery, who help organize the annual weekend, thought it would be a great idea to incorporate our Pocket Radar Classic model into a “speeding citation” contest.  Here is what Lynda had to say about the event and how the Classic radar was able to bring some extra fun for all involved:

This was the 12th year for Mountain Hounds, a fund-raiser for Greyhound Friends of North Carolina. The event this year was attended by 336 dogs and 305 registered owners as well as locals and tourists in the area.  The Mountain Hounds Hustle is one of the high points of the event. Greyhound owners are always happy to see their dog run and being able to record the speed makes it twice the fun. Each dog was presented with a “speeding citation” showing their dogs name and the speed clocked. Approximately 160 of the dogs present at the event took their chance to win a prize for either fastest greyhound, fastest senior greyhound or fastest non-greyhound. Speeds ranged from 7mph to 41mph! The Pocket Radar Classic was very easy to use. The timer put himself at dog level by “sitting down on the job”. He did not have any problems getting a speed read at that level. Well except for the dogs who decided it was a runway and slowly strolled as the crowd cheered them on.

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Ball Coach Radar and Zepp 2 Hitting Bundle Now Available in the Pocket Radar Store

Ball Coach Radar and Zepp 2 Hitting Bundle

The Ball Coach Radar and Zepp 2 Hitting Bundle is Now Available in the Pocket Radar Online Store:  Pocket Radar™ and Zepp™ have partnered together to bring you a revolutionary training system to improve your hitting game.  The Zepp Baseball-Softball 2 3D Swing Analyzer provides 3D Swing Analysis that measures important aspects of your swing; bat speed, hand speed, time-to-impact, attack angle and more.  The Ball Coach radar measures Ball Exit Velocity off the bat, which is the direct measure of the power behind a hit.  Click Here to see a comparison of Zepp 1 vs. Zepp 2 sensors.

Here is some more info about the second generation sensor from Zepp:

Zepp 2 Sensor

3D Swing Analysis Measure important aspects of your swing: bat speed, hand speed, attack angle, time-to-impact, and bat angle. Then review your swing in 3D from any angle. Zepp’s Auto-Video Capture will even record your swing so you can compare your data with video of your actual swing.

Instant Evaluations Receive instant analysis and evaluations that help you focus your training. Just take a few quick swings Zepp will process thousands of data points to identify the right training program, just for you. Then Test your swing too see how much you’ve improved and where you should focus you training next.

How It Works The Zepp sensor easily attaches to any baseball or softball bat—using the included bat mount—captures over 1,000 data points per second, and wirelessly sends that info to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth after every swing. The Zepp sensor is also compatible with other Zepp sport apps: Zepp Golf (golf glove mount sold separately). Compatible with iPhone, iPad and Android.

See your swing in 3D from any angle on your iPhone, iPad or Android device

 

Here is a video featuring the Zepp 1 sensor and the Ball Coach radar used in practice with former professional ballplayer, J.T. Snow.

 

The Ball Coach radar and Zepp Baseball-Softball 2 3D Swing Analyzer are available at a special bundled price through the Pocket Radar webstore located here:  Ball Coach and Zepp 2 Special Bundle

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

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More information on the Ball Coach:

The ability to evaluate skill level with instant and unbiased feedback requires a top tier performance training tool. That’s why Pocket Radar, Inc. created the pro-level Ball Coach radar. It’s a speed training tool for player development through one-on-one coaching or self-guided drills and hands-free operation keeps it simple. By making crucial results like hitting power, pitching speeds, throwing speeds, serving speeds and shot speeds instantly visible, the Ball Coach is the easy way to get better faster. Powerful features include hands-free Constant-On Mode (put all your focus on coaching and training, not the radar gun), easy automatic triggering (simply hold button down and release when speed appears) and built-in memory with the previous 25 speeds (keep track and review training lessons).

 

Professionals and amateurs across multiple sports are currently using the Ball Coach radar to improve performance and skill level with instant and accurate feedback. It has become the convenient speed radar and training tool of choice among collegiate coaches, high school coaches, travel ball coaches, club coaches, recruiters, parents and athletes worldwide. Easily measure baseball and softball hitting and pitching speeds, volleyball and tennis serve speeds, hockey and lacrosse shot speeds, and cricket bowler speeds. Built from the same high-impact plastic as hockey helmets, the Ball Coach is rugged enough to perform well in even the most demanding sports environments, with pro-level accuracy. Named Best of Show at the 2014 American Baseball Coaches Association national convention, the Ball Coach is the first pro-level radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training.

The Ball Coach Radar is now Available Through Dick’s Sporting Goods Online Store

The Ball Coach radar is now available for sale through the Dick’s online store, and includes Free Shipping.  Click Here for purchasing options and start training with instant actionable data at your fingertips today!

About Dick’s Sporting Goods:

Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. is an authentic full-line sporting goods retailer offering a broad assortment of brand name sporting goods equipment, apparel and footwear in a specialty store environment. The Company owns and operates Golf Galaxy, LLC, a golf specialty retailer and eCommerce websites and catalog operations for both Dick’s Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy.

More information on the Ball Coach:

The ability to evaluate skill level with instant and unbiased feedback requires a top tier performance training tool. That’s why Pocket Radar, Inc. created the pro-level Ball Coach radar. It’s a speed training tool for player development through one-on-one coaching or self-guided drills and hands-free operation keeps it simple. By making crucial results like hitting power, pitching speeds, throwing speeds, serving speeds and shot speeds instantly visible, the Ball Coach is the easy way to get better faster. Powerful features include hands-free Constant-On Mode (put all your focus on coaching and training, not the radar gun), easy automatic triggering (simply hold button down and release when speed appears) and built-in memory with the previous 25 speeds (keep track and review training lessons).

Professionals and amateurs across multiple sports are currently using the Ball Coach radar to improve performance and skill level with instant and accurate feedback. It has become the convenient speed radar and training tool of choice among collegiate coaches, high school coaches, travel ball coaches, club coaches, recruiters, parents and athletes worldwide. Easily measure baseball and softball hitting and pitching speeds, volleyball and tennis serve speeds, hockey and lacrosse shot speeds, and cricket bowler speeds. Built from the same high-impact plastic as hockey helmets, the Ball Coach is rugged enough to perform well in even the most demanding sports environments, with pro-level accuracy. Named Best of Show at the 2014 American Baseball Coaches Association national convention, the Ball Coach is the first pro-level radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training.

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at Info@PocketRadar.com

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Pro Radar System with Smart Display Named Best Of Show at 2016 ABCA Baseball Coaches Convention in Nashville, TN

We are excited to announce that the newest product from Pocket Radar Inc., the Pro Radar System with Smart Display, has been selected as one of the prestigious Best Of Show winners by Collegiate Baseball for the 2016 ABCA Convention.

The American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) holds an annual convention at the beginning of the year to honor the past baseball season’s award winners ranging from High School to College, and showcase new products for those attending.  Pocket Radar, Inc. has been an exhibit hall regular at the annual convention since introducing our first product in 2010.

Here is the excerpt about the product from Collegiate Baseball:

“The new Pro Radar System from Pocket Radar is the world’s first radar and speed display combination that uses standard USB cables and USB power to operate the remote speed display and radar at the same time.  The radar has a range of up to 300 feet with an accuracy of +/- 1 mph.  What also makes this unique is that it can be powered with C size batteries for portable use on the field all day.  You also can receive extended battery life using standard USB power packs or connect directly into a USB power source or charger that will run the radar and speed display independently of the batteries.  The Smart Display has a 3 digit display that is viewable in bright sun over 100 feet away.  It is an exceptional product for coaches working with training facilities, showcases, camps, clinics and combines as they will be able to get instant feedback on ball exit velocity as well as pitching and throwing speeds.”

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Pro Radar System.

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at Info@PocketRadar.com

Below are a few photos from our time in Nashville at the Coaches Convention, as well as of the new product.

 

Ball Coach Model Named the “Official Testing Radar Gun” of NFCA Camps

The Ball Coach radar will be used throughout skill sessions, at testing stations and during games at all NFCA-administered camps.

June 16, 2015 –

Pocket Radar, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Ball Coach model will now serve as the “Official Testing Radar Gun” of the NFCA Camps, and be used as a training tool to assess and evaluate the performance of hitters and pitchers.  The Ball Coach radar will be used throughout skill sessions, at testing stations and during games at all NFCA-administered camps.
The Ball Coach radar is a pro-level radar gun and speed-training tool for player coaching or self-guided drills, with hands-free operation keeping it simple.  Because of its discreet and convenient size, coaches and parents are able to analyze player tendencies without affecting behavior. By measuring crucial results like Ball Exit Speed off the bat (also referred to as Exit Velocity), pitch speed and position player throwing velocity, training with the Ball Coach radar helps athletes get better, faster.
We couldn’t be more thrilled to form a partnership with the NFCA and introduce our technology to some of the best coaches and athletes in the country,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar, Inc.  “The NFCA Camps showcase many of the elite players in each class, who are looking to improve their skills every day and get noticed by the college coaches.”
Since their debut in 1993, the NFCA’s recruiting camps have become one of the most popular ways for high school athletes to showcase their talent to college coaches.  The NFCA endorses three recruiting camps. While prospective athletes apply for endorsed camps on the NFCA Web site, administration, including the acceptance of athletes, and registration is handled by the respective local staff. Although these camps are managed by other groups, each camp must comply with strict NFCA standards.  In the new NFCA EXCEL camps, players will be provided both hitting and defensive instruction. Defensively, players will select the position of choice for this intense, unique learning opportunity from college coaches. The afternoon will be filled with opportunities on the field as players will compete in games. Additionally, specific NFCA measurement testing will be conducted for all players.
We’re excited that Pocket Radar has joined our camp team as the ‘Official Testing Radar Gun of NFCA Camps,’” said Lacy Lee Baker, NFCA Executive Director.  “Pocket Radar’s new Ball Coach model is a great option for us since it’s compact, yet powerful, and makes our use of it very easy for our camp staff.”
About NFCA
The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) is the professional growth organization for fastpitch softball coaches for all competitive levels of play. Its mission is to support fastpitch softball coaches in their quest for excellence, while uniting together to advance the sport we love.  Founded in the early 1980s by collegiate softball coaches, today the organization also includes high school coaches, travel ball/club coaches and individuals who support the sport. Founded by coaches for coaches, the Association is built on strong values and continually instills within its members a deep sense of responsibility for developing programs that enrich the lives of all those involved.  In addition, the Association provides educational training; encourages sportsmanship and high standards of competition; promotes the sport both nationally and internationally; identifies and pursues issues relevant to the fastpitch coaching profession and provides a forum to discuss those issues; honors excellence through awards programs for coaches and players, and keeps members informed of current coaching techniques, equipment innovations and fastpitch news. For more information, visit www.NFCA.org
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Ball Coach Model Named “Official Radar Gun” of The Art of Coaching Volleyball

The Art of Coaching Volleyball will incorporate the Ball Coach radar into drills/sessions during their coaches clinics and also extend purchasing options on location.

June 11, 2015 –

Pocket Radar, Inc. is thrilled to announce that the sports model Ball Coach radar will now serve as the “Official Radar Gun” for The Art of Coaching Volleyball.  A coaching clinic series and website that believes there is more than one way to coach the game of volleyball, The Art of Coaching will incorporate the Ball Coach radar into drills and sessions helping coaches understand the importance behind speed measurement during training.
The Ball Coach radar is a pro-level radar gun and speed-training tool for player coaching or self-guided drills, with hands-free operation keeping it simple.  Because of its discreet and convenient size, coaches worldwide are able to analyze player tendencies without affecting behavior. By making crucial results like serving and hitting speeds instantly visible, training with the Ball Coach radar helps athletes get better, faster.
We are very excited to continue our partnership with a company that believes in furthering the education behind tracking speed data for training purposes,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar, Inc.  “The Art of Coaching Volleyball has done a tremendous job providing coaches across the globe top of the line instruction during their coaching clinics and throughout their extensive online content.  The Ball Coach radar will fit perfectly into many of their drills and lessons focused around adding numerical feedback.”
The Art of Coaching Volleyball launched an annual series of coaching clinics in 2011 and later created a website where coaches could find the resources they need to help their players and teams improve.  These include drills, tactics, techniques, philosophies, fitness tips, nutritional advice and mental training.  It not only draws from the collective data bank of Russ Rose, John Dunning and Terry Liskevych, but also valuable input from numerous coaches across the country who have mentored players at every level and every age.  The Art of Coaching Volleyball was built to produce a steady flow of good ideas from expert sources in the hope that each coach will use that information to chart his or her own path.
Pocket Radar’s Ball Coach model is a wonderful product that we love to demo at our clinics,” said Pat Kohan, Director of The Art of Coaching Volleyball.  “Our coaches use this technology at their own practices every day and can speak at length about the benefits of measuring serve speed.”
About The Art of Coaching Volleyball
The Art of Coaching Volleyball launched an annual series of coaching clinics in 2011 and later created a website where coaches could find the resources they need to help their players and teams improve.  These include drills, tactics, techniques, philosophies, fitness tips, nutritional advice and mental training.  It not only draws from the collective data bank of Russ Rose, John Dunning and Terry Liskevych, but also valuable input from numerous coaches across the country who have mentored players at every level and every age.  The Art of Coaching Volleyball was built to produce a steady flow of good ideas from expert sources in the hope that each coach will use that information to chart his or her own path.  www.theartofcoachingvolleyball.com
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