Sensosolutions has come up their spanking new SensoGlove golf glove that will feature integrated digital sensors which are touted to read your grip pressure continuously, where it will supposedly help you deliver a consistently accurate, smooth and powerful golf swing. There will also be a small, sweat-proof 1.2-inch LED digital monitor which will go about analyzing the pressure of your swing thanks to highly responsive sensors which are strategically located throughout the glove. All it takes is a swing of the golf club for it to receive real-time audio and visual feedback at 80 times per second. The SensoGlove is patented in a manner that it can even tell you which finger (or fingers) is/are gripping too tightly, letting you make a grip adjustment accordingly. It is comforting to know that Sensosolutions cater to southpaws as well, coming in sizes from small to XL at $89 a pop. Replacement gloves can be purchased for $25, and if you want to use it as a regular golf glove, all you need to do is remove the built-in digital monitor and you’re good to go.
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