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MEASURE THE METRIC

THAT MATTERS

The most accurate bat speed measurement device and bat swing analyzer for overload/underload bat speed training.

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Instant. Accurate. Feedback.

The Most Precise Bat Speed Measuring Tool Available

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Check Out a Live Bat Speed Training Session Using the Recon

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Bat Speed Matters

Don’t stall your swing training by being inundated with excess variables and metrics.

 

Concentrate your training on the single most important factor for developing an elite swing.

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Accurately Assess Every Swing

Why rely on algorithmic estimations from knob-based units?

 

Use our unit to accurately and precisely capture bat speed every time.

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Measured Results
For Elite Improvement

Don't let erratic feedback contaminate the data or demoralize your training.

 

Let our accurate measurements gauge and actualize your progress.

Bat Speed Recon Testimonials

Judah,

current D1 infielder

“My power numbers dramatically increased after training with the Bat Speed Recon. My average bat speed increased from 84.5 to 93.3 MPH using the program. The first day of summer the furthest ball I hit was 345 feet and on the last day I hit a personal-best 468 feet.”

Ari,

current D3 catcher

“I did bat speed training all throughout high school and it was always a struggle to find an accurate radar. When you get a bad reading on other radars it’s discouraging because accurate feedback is so important. The Bat Speed Recon is by far the most accurate radar to train bat speed.”

Kevin Kouzmanoff, 

former MLB infielder

“Bat speed is the one thing amateur players trying to make it to the next level should focus on. A high exit velocity is a direct result of a high bat speed. The Bat Speed Recon is the most important feedback tool you can purchase on the market right now.”

Frequently asked questions

Why do I need a bat speed measurement device?


Bat speed plays a critical role in determining the success of a hitter. The faster the hitter can rotate the sweet spot of the bat into position, the more time they will have to consider the pitch and the more force they will bring to bear on the ball when they make content. Trainers, coaches, scouts and others use the bat speed metric to help them assess a hitter's potential, while players use it as a learning tool to improve their swing. The best way to obtain accurate information regarding bat speed is to use the state of the art bat speed trainer, Bat Speed Recon.




Why is Bat Speed So Important?


Bat speed is what separates the pros from the amateurs. Bat speed is widely considered to be the single most important metric when analyzing a hitter’s potential. As we mentioned in the opening, the faster a hitter is able to rotate their bat, the more time they will have to assess the pitch coming at them. This leads to fewer strikes and more balls put effectively into play. In addition, the faster the bat rotates the more force will be brought to bear on the ball when contact is made, and the greater the escape velocity of the ball off of the bat. Escape velocity is crucial in determining how far the ball travels when solid contact is made. Bat Speed Recon is the best baseball swing analyzer and bat speed measurement device on the market today. It provides instant, scientifically accurate feedback on your bat speed that tells you where you stand while allowing you to track your progress as you train.




How Does it Works?


Bat Speed Recon baseball swing trainer works by measuring the speed of the bat as it is rotated through the detection field by the hitter during a swing. Bat Speed Recon is not a radar device, it uses infrared LED light pulses that bounce off reflective stickers on the end of the bat to determine bat speed. One of the many great things about Bat Speed Recon is how simple and quick it is to set up. Simply attach the included reflective stickers to the end of your overload, underload and game bats and attach Bat Speed Recon to a tripod. Then set up your tee, place the unit about 18” in front and about 1.5 inches to the side of the tee and turn it on. Enter the number of swings you want to analyze and that’s it! You’re ready to go!




Bat Speed Recon Makes a Major League Difference in Your Swing


Even the most naturally gifted player will benefit from bat speed training. For many, the Bat Speed Recon bat sensor swing analyzer can make the difference between making the team and watching from the stands by helping to improve the one metric scouts and managers are looking for. Don’t let your big league dreams fail to make it out of the park. Get Bat Speed Recon today and enjoy the same competitive advantage the pros enjoy.