Glove Radar Snaps On Any Baseball Mitt

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“Glove Radar” uses a small microwave Doppler radar unit to measure the speed of baseballs caught in any attached mitt, accurate to within 1 MPH from speeds from 20 to 120 MPH. It’s seventy bucks and is designed to stand up to dust and impact.

Product Page [BaseballTips.com] (Thanks, Charles Pescovitz!)

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3 Responses to Glove Radar Snaps On Any Baseball Mitt

  1. Anonymous says:

    Radar Glove?
    Wasn’t that a Golden Earring song?

    No more speed, I’m almost there
    Gotta keep cool now, gotta take care
    Last car to pass, here I go
    And the line of cars drove down real slow
    And the radio played that forgotten song
    Brenda Lee’s comin’ on strong
    And the newsman sang his same song
    Oh one more radar lover gone
    When I get lonely and I’m sure I’ve had enough
    She sents her comfort comin’ in from above
    We don’t need no letter at all
    We’ve got a thing that’s called Radar Glove
    We’ve got a light in the sky
    We’ve got a thing that’s called Radar Glove
    We’ve got a thing that’s called Radar Glove

  2. Takuan says:

    add some attitude jets to position the glove and I’ll take one

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