The world’s only pocket-sized speed radar gun! The Pocket Radar offers professional-grade radar speed measurement that fits in your palm or your pocket.
The Pocket Radar™'s innovative technology allows you to measure the speed of anything from freshly pitched fast ball, to a 300 mph drag racer with accuracy within one mile per hour. Its industry-leading point and click interface easily allows you to instantly get in the action with the touch of a single button.
The Pocket Radar™’s ultra slim and portable size, along with its rugged and durable exterior, makes it perfect to enhance the experience of not only coaches and athletes, but fans alike in any number of sports. At only 4.5 ounces, the Pocket Radar takes the Gun out of Radar Gun!
- Dimensions are 2.3" W x 4.7" H x 0.8" D
- Weighs only 4.5 ounces (including batteries)
- Measures from 7 MPH to 375 MPH with accuracy of 1 MPH
- Great Range: up to 120 feet away for a baseball, up to 1/2 mile away for a car
- Easy One Button, Instant On, Point and Shoot Interface
- Comes complete w/ hard shell carrying case, 2 AAA batteries, wrist strap, & Quick Start Guide
- Memory Recall Function Ten Readings Deep
- MPH or KPH Display Modes
- Automatic Power Shutdown
- 30 Day Money Back Guarantee and 1 Year Warranty
- Can take 10,000 speed measurements using one set of AAA batteries
- Also great for tennis,
hockey, golf, racing,
soccer, lacrosse, cycling, traffic safety and more!
The Pocket Radar™ is an incredible tool for anyone interested in how fast something is moving. Whether you are an athlete or a sports coach, you need a speed radar to truly quantify performance. You can easily get a true measure of current performance and improvement over time. It allows you to conveniently measure the speed of a ball or a running player. This enables you as the coach to improve their speed, control their speed or motivate them to continue working hard.
How It Works
The Pocket Radar™ is a Doppler speed radar system.
It works as a speed detector by emitting a small pulse of radio waves in an invisible focused beam, similar in shape to a flashlight beam. Pocket Radar™ uses the same Doppler speed radar technique as the large police radar guns, but fits in a much smaller and more portable package, and uses much less power. In creating the world’s most compact speed radar device, the manufacturer had to completely re-assess, re-engineer and re-build nearly every aspect of traditional radar technology. By combining Pocket Radar™’s proprietary digital signal processing algorithms and state-of-the-art intelligent target acquisition techniques, they were able to provide users with industry leading accuracy and speed measurement in a device that is a tiny fraction of the size of traditional speed radar guns.
“We apply the Pocket Radar™ to scout other teams and simulate the exact speeds with pitching machine to create a more efficient training session.
We are able to dial in the exact speeds to create confidence and awareness of players' abilities to play up. We are able to practice “up” to identify whose hands are not ready and get them ready. Our pitchers are now aware of what a quality fastball feels like, and are more aware of the flaws or can focus on specific aspects of their delivery to increase the consistency of the correct feel. The convenience of the Pocket Radar™ allows for quick and precise feedback without any set up, or controlled environment. An excellent training aid and motivator.”
- Tim Greene,
Athletic Training Equipment Company
“I found the Pocket Radar™ to be very handy, accurate, versatile and easy to use. Its convenient size makes it an excellent assessment tool to be used for games and practice. I used it to check max pitch speeds, monitor pitchers' endurance, assess speed differences between types of pitches, check arm speed of position players and measure base runner foot speed on the bases. Best of all you don't have to lug a heavy case around or charge it!”
- Dolf Hes,
Sonoma State University
Baseball Pitching Coach
Need more info? Download the official Pocket Radar™ Spec Sheet.