Analyze every single stroke
Push past your limits and create new personal records. Record and evaluate all your strokes based on stamina, consistency, heaviness and more. Providing you with stroke by stroke analysis, unleash your fullest potential by refining your techniques, harnessing greater power and hitting more sweet spots than ever before.
Hit that sweetspot
With our sweet spot heat map, keep track of how close you are to hitting that perfect spot. Improve the accuracy of your strokes by knowing exactly the point of contact of the ball with your racquet. The detailed analysis that accompanies each stroke ensures that you are never too far away from reaching your goals.
Become a better player by knowing yourself better. See yourself from a new perspective through our video playback so that you will always be better than before. With slow-motion playback, you are now able to correct your posture to create that perfect stroke. You can now even easily share your videos along with all its data anywhere you want, anytime.
Analyze every aspect of your serve in detail. Scrutinize your serve by breaking down the time duration of your racquet preparation, racquet acceleration and corresponding follow through. Then compare your stats against QLIPPTM recommended timings to see how your serve, serves up to professionals players. *Available on Android & iOS. Technical Specs
The QLIPP sensor is only 29.55mm in length and 25.66mm in width. It has a battery life of up to 6 hours.
It is easy to connect QLIPPTM to your device. Simply turn on the bluetooth on your device, launch the App and turn on the sensor. The sensor will automatically search and connect to your device (QLIPPTM uses the latest version of Bluetooth and requires no pairing). You are now ready to start your first session with QLIPP
Qlipp is a very bad tennis sensor. The developers are extremely reluctant to contact in case of defective product. I have more than a month can not get a clear answer. My sensor loses the connection after each hard shot (e.g. - first serve). And it's not a Bluetooth problem, it is a problem of the sensor. The quality of his workmanship. On my claim there is no clear answer from the developer. Requirements the replacement, repair or refund are ignored. In addition, a sensor (when it is working, i.e., for slow shots) recognize shots very bad. For example, the serve takes over a forehand. It is very bad works as a vibration damper. It very much changes the feeling of the racket and the ball. I do not advise to buy it.