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  • Nic1972Nic1972  722WRX Points: 79Handicap: 10Members Posts: 722 Golden Tee
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    I am very interested in the Arccos 360, the only reason I did not purchase it yet is the fact that you have to carry your phone in the front pocket. Would it work with an Apple Watch?
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  • golf_fanatikgolf_fanatik  1104WRX Points: 69Members Posts: 1,104 Platinum Tees
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    I got the 360 a week ago and had 3 out of 14 sensors not register/pair. I emailed them right away on Friday expecting to hear from them yesterday or today since it was a holiday weekend but I still haven't heard back. I'm probably just going to return it.



    I used it over the weekend with the 11 sensors that paired with mixed success. If I had all the sensors working I might have given it a fair chance but I only have 14 days to return the system and it appears it's unlikely I will get replacement sensors in that timeframe. I might wait one or two more generations to see what gets improved.
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    I got the 360 a week ago and had 3 out of 14 sensors not register/pair. I emailed them right away on Friday expecting to hear from them yesterday or today since it was a holiday weekend but I still haven't heard back. I'm probably just going to return it.



    I used it over the weekend with the 11 sensors that paired with mixed success. If I had all the sensors working I might have given it a fair chance but I only have 14 days to return the system and it appears it's unlikely I will get replacement sensors in that timeframe. I might wait one or two more generations to see what gets improved.




    Call the number they give you in the app for failed sensor pairing. My email is still unanswered but when I called they picked up right away and shipped replacements to me. I had 4 fail and it sucked. I have them all now and am still testing it out.
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    greihing wrote:



    I got the 360 a week ago and had 3 out of 14 sensors not register/pair. I emailed them right away on Friday expecting to hear from them yesterday or today since it was a holiday weekend but I still haven't heard back. I'm probably just going to return it.



    I used it over the weekend with the 11 sensors that paired with mixed success. If I had all the sensors working I might have given it a fair chance but I only have 14 days to return the system and it appears it's unlikely I will get replacement sensors in that timeframe. I might wait one or two more generations to see what gets improved.




    Call the number they give you in the app for failed sensor pairing. My email is still unanswered but when I called they picked up right away and shipped replacements to me. I had 4 fail and it sucked. I have them all now and am still testing it out.




    Thanks.. I got 3 sensor replacements coming!
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  • mulliganman30mulliganman30  1115WRX Points: 126Members Posts: 1,115 Platinum Tees
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    I had similar results to others in that the sensor for the putter didn't work out of the box. Arccos sent me a new sensor and batteries. It was the old style sensor and I noticed it was looser than the newer sensors on my other clubs. Fast forward to yesterday and during the middle of my round I discovered it had fallen off. So my question is for current users: Do any of the sensors work well and stay tight on a Superstroke Mid Slim grip?
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    has anyone tried phone in the back pocket? would that work?
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  • MSchadMSchad  299WRX Points: 50Members Posts: 299 Greens
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    I have the original Arccos sensors (replaceable batteries) and carry my phone in my back pocket and it works flawlessly.
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    awesome thank you!
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    I have the 360 and no problems with the phone in the front pocket. Probably wouldn't even notice it if I didn't have my Otterbox case on
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  • zeke013zeke013  108WRX Points: 50Members Posts: 108 Fairways
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    First round with the Arccos system yesterday. All I can say is wow.



    It didn't miss a single shot and the data available is stunning. Can't wait to get 5 rounds in so I can check out the caddie function.



    Impressive product.
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    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.
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  • MSchadMSchad  299WRX Points: 50Members Posts: 299 Greens
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    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    I have iPhone 7 plus and don't notice the phone at all. It is like anything different/new, you notice right at first, then you quit thinking about it and don't notice at all. Look at the huge yardage books the pros carry in their pockets and they don't get bothered by them.
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    MSchad wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    I have iPhone 7 plus and don't notice the phone at all. It is like anything, you notice at right at first, then you quite thinking about it and don't notice at all. Look at the huge yardage books the pros carry in their back pockets and they don't get bothered by them.




    Yeah I notice a lot of them wear watches too which I dont do. I guess its something I'll have to accept if I want to try it out.
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  • zeke013zeke013  108WRX Points: 50Members Posts: 108 Fairways
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    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    I actually carried my phone there prior as I used GolfShot for distances for a while. Plus, that's where I carry my phone off the course. I carry a 6s+ and don't really notice it anymore.
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    zeke013 wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    I actually carried my phone there prior as I used GolfShot for distances for a while. Plus, that's where I carry my phone off the course. I carry a 6s+ and don't really notice it anymore.




    I carry my phone there too during normal day to day activities but have never carried it there on the course. I am pondering it though as I really like the Arccos system.
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    Just bought GG Live, for less than half the price of Arccos 360. Looking forward to trying it. For me, there are a few buzzkills to the Arccos design, which made me go the other way:

    - phone in front pocket (gg live has its own gps and stores multiple rounds if required)

    - non replaceable batteries (gg is rechargeable)

    - the issues regarding faulty tags (gg ships with extra tags and they're tiny at 1 gram)

    Only potential downside with gg live seems to be the manual tagging, and having a red device on your belt. Don't reckon I'll mind this if it results in less post round editing.
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    Only potential downside with gg live seems to be the manual tagging, and having a red device on your belt. Don't reckon I'll mind this if it results in less post round editing.




    I had GG before I bought Arccos. Couldn't get tagging engrained into my preshot routine. Like not having to think about it with arccos. But hope it works out for you.
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    Just bought GG Live, for less than half the price of Arccos 360. Looking forward to trying it. For me, there are a few buzzkills to the Arccos design, which made me go the other way:

    - phone in front pocket (gg live has its own gps and stores multiple rounds if required)

    - non replaceable batteries (gg is rechargeable)

    - the issues regarding faulty tags (gg ships with extra tags and they're tiny at 1 gram)

    Only potential downside with gg live seems to be the manual tagging, and having a red device on your belt. Don't reckon I'll mind this if it results in less post round editing.


    Was gonna say, doesn't GG require you to have the "hip clip" to tab clubs in? Kinda moots out Arccos and the phone issue. Plus, (1) the batteries should last 5 years and (2) Arccos offers fairly reasonable insurance program that covers the sensors for 2 years. Under the insurance program, you get 7 lost/broken sensors covered and unlimited dead battery sensors covered.
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    MSchad wrote:



    Only potential downside with gg live seems to be the manual tagging, and having a red device on your belt. Don't reckon I'll mind this if it results in less post round editing.




    I had GG before I bought Arccos. Couldn't get tagging engrained into my preshot routine. Like not having to think about it with arccos. But hope it works out for you.




    Same here. Quit using it and my scores seemed to be better without all the worry about tapping.
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    I picked up Arccos over the weekend but since I played in a tournament I decided to wait to get it set up. Hopefully this weekend I get to test it out.
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    Kmac™ wrote:

    MSchad wrote:



    Only potential downside with gg live seems to be the manual tagging, and having a red device on your belt. Don't reckon I'll mind this if it results in less post round editing.




    I had GG before I bought Arccos. Couldn't get tagging engrained into my preshot routine. Like not having to think about it with arccos. But hope it works out for you.




    Same here. Quit using it and my scores seemed to be better without all the worry about tapping.




    Fair enough. Never been a big fan of carrying electronic gear while exercising so will just use gg for a few months or so until my course management skills see improvement. If one of these companies introduces a device that works reliably and invisibly (no tapping each shot or carrying phone in pocket) I'll buy it.
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    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    Forgot to mention this, but Arccos sent me a survey after I logged a few rounds. One of the things they asked about was whether I'd be interested in a significant smaller iPod-sized device to track shots instead of my iPhone. I'm sure if enough people got on their case, they'd make it a priority. I just hope they wouldn't charge some outrageous price and distance themselves from customers.
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    Anyone try to use Arccos with a deactivated Iphone?
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    WBGolf wrote:


    Anyone try to use Arccos with a deactivated Iphone?




    I don't think you can. Needs the cell signal to properly to identify where you are on the golf course.
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    Has anyone bought the 360 and have it not come with the putter sensor? Just received mine and it's all the 360 sensors.
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    Miker20890 wrote:


    Has anyone bought the 360 and have it not come with the putter sensor? Just received mine and it's all the 360 sensors.




    Youre sure its not in there? Its just a tad bigger and it clicks when you press on the top.
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    benzenbe wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    Forgot to mention this, but Arccos sent me a survey after I logged a few rounds. One of the things they asked about was whether I'd be interested in a significant smaller iPod-sized device to track shots instead of my iPhone. I'm sure if enough people got on their case, they'd make it a priority. I just hope they wouldn't charge some outrageous price and distance themselves from customers.




    That is very interesting. The iPhone in my pocket was not that bad but Id love something smaller...(thats not what she said) in my pocket.



    I have two rounds on it so far and I'm torn. I love the info its giving me but find the presentation of said info to be a bit much and poorly organized. Putting has been the biggest issue as far as shot tracking goes. It hasnt missed any full swings but I'd say putts are 50/50 with the second putt being the one always missing. The stupid sensors also seem to want to keep coming unscrewed. I also wish they would give you some kind of quick look at your round after you finish. Here's your scorecard with the simple stats and you can go to the website for the dirty in depth data.
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    Kmac™ wrote:

    benzenbe wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    Forgot to mention this, but Arccos sent me a survey after I logged a few rounds. One of the things they asked about was whether I'd be interested in a significant smaller iPod-sized device to track shots instead of my iPhone. I'm sure if enough people got on their case, they'd make it a priority. I just hope they wouldn't charge some outrageous price and distance themselves from customers.




    That is very interesting. The iPhone in my pocket was not that bad but Id love something smaller...(thats not what she said) in my pocket.



    I have two rounds on it so far and I'm torn. I love the info its giving me but find the presentation of said info to be a bit much and poorly organized. Putting has been the biggest issue as far as shot tracking goes. It hasnt missed any full swings but I'd say putts are 50/50 with the second putt being the one always missing. The stupid sensors also seem to want to keep coming unscrewed. I also wish they would give you some kind of quick look at your round after you finish. Here's your scorecard with the simple stats and you can go to the website for the dirty in depth data.




    Completely agree on wishing it had a quick look at the round. Golfshot has a neat feature where you tilt the phone to the side - even mid-round - and it will give you a scorecard at a glance with stats on it. That may be buried somewhere in Arccos (or not buried) but I haven't found it.
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    zeke013 wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:

    benzenbe wrote:

    Kmac™ wrote:


    So you guys really dont mind the phone in your front pocket? Just had a discussion about this product with friends and everyone agreed the phone in the pocket was deal breaker. I have an iPhone 7+ and just seems like it would be very annoying. I could see going raw dog with the phone maybe but then it falls out of shorts pockets real easy.




    Forgot to mention this, but Arccos sent me a survey after I logged a few rounds. One of the things they asked about was whether I'd be interested in a significant smaller iPod-sized device to track shots instead of my iPhone. I'm sure if enough people got on their case, they'd make it a priority. I just hope they wouldn't charge some outrageous price and distance themselves from customers.




    That is very interesting. The iPhone in my pocket was not that bad but Id love something smaller...(thats not what she said) in my pocket.



    I have two rounds on it so far and I'm torn. I love the info its giving me but find the presentation of said info to be a bit much and poorly organized. Putting has been the biggest issue as far as shot tracking goes. It hasnt missed any full swings but I'd say putts are 50/50 with the second putt being the one always missing. The stupid sensors also seem to want to keep coming unscrewed. I also wish they would give you some kind of quick look at your round after you finish. Here's your scorecard with the simple stats and you can go to the website for the dirty in depth data.




    Completely agree on wishing it had a quick look at the round. Golfshot has a neat feature where you tilt the phone to the side - even mid-round - and it will give you a scorecard at a glance with stats on it. That may be buried somewhere in Arccos (or not buried) but I haven't found it.




    I've been a Golfshot user for years now myself and I love it. It even emails you a copy of your completed round so you can check everything nice and quick. You can also tell golfshot not show your score midround if you dont want to see it. I have not found the scorecard in Arccos either, not even after the round.
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    Kmac™ wrote:
    Miker20890 wrote:


    Has anyone bought the 360 and have it not come with the putter sensor? Just received mine and it's all the 360 sensors.




    Youre sure its not in there? Its just a tad bigger and it clicks when you press on the top.




    Nope wasn't included. Contacted customer service and they mailed me one with an extra battery within 2 days.
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