Callaway Eclipse GPS Review
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    The golf gear designed by Callaway is famous for their quality and state of the art technologies, which translates into increased performance (for you, the player) and they also have the ability to improve every golfer’s experience on the course. The Callaway Eclipse GPS is a good illustration of these facts through its style and features and it might be a good choice to make if you’re looking for a simple and capable wearable device to accompany you on the field. It’s also affordable for what it offers, i.e. it will drain around $200 from your wallet.
    The Eclipse @GPS comes with a reversible belt clip that can be attached on either end of the device, which can be worn on your bag or your belt, wherever it feels more comfortable to you. With the clip attached, it measures 4.25 x 3 x 1.75 inches and weighs 2.08 ounces, being a small-sized gadget that also slips easily into your pocket.

    Performance-wise, the Callaway Eclipse holds on board more than 30,000 golf courses and is an accurate and capable soldier that will provide you with precise distances to the front, center and back of the green and also to the front and back of doglegs, water hazards or bunkers. Some other features that might interest you are Auto-hole advance, shot distance measurement, score tracking, yard/meter measurements, an odometer for informing you about the distances that you’ve walked and more.

    The Callaway Eclipse is powered by a rechargeable 220 mAh battery and will endure around 10 hours of usage under a single charge. Also worth mentioning is that the gadget isn’t afraid of a little rain, being 1 ATM waterproofed.