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If you’re serious about becoming a sniper, start by tracking the strength of your shot. Nothing makes that easier or more affordable to do than HockeyShot’s Extreme Radar! It’s easy to set up and easy to see as you train your howitzer. It even has audio functionality if you’d prefer to leave your head down and keep firing.
- Large red 5.4 cm 3-digit LED display, can be seen easily from a distance.
- Speed range: 5 km/h to 199 km/h.
- Speed recall feature allows you to see the last 10 recorded speeds.
- Speaker to announce the reading speed.
- Distance range: up to 9.1 meters.
- Adjustable tripod for set-up anywhere and a more accurate speed reading.
- Includes carry bag.
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Testimonials by the Pros
"Every good coach knows the key to improvement is timely, constructive feedback of a player's performance. This isn't always possible when a player is working on skills on their own... until now! Hockeyshot's Extreme Radar allows players to see their improvement in shot power first hand from accurate and timely speed readings! Players can set goals based on this feedback in order to kick their shot power up a couple of km's or miles based on their progress. Empower any power today with the ability to self-coach with the Hockeyshot's Extreme Radar product for their at home or on ice development sessions!"
-Jim Vitale, Hockey Instructor
"HockeyShot's Extreme Radar is portable, flexible, and (most importantly) accurate. The unit readings are right in line with the units selling for 10x the price. We love the functionality of being able to switch between mph and kph depending on where we are doing our training. HockeyShot made the most enjoyable element of training simple and affordable with their Extreme Radar! "
-Kevin Muller, Hockey Coach
15 Apr 2017
Bought for grandkids and they like.
Guest 01 Apr 2017
Awsome radar. My son loves it.
10 Mar 2017
This is a great tool to see how fast you shoot. It also works for other sports. The only reason that I didn't give it five stars is that it also picks up the stick being swung or the kids running up to retrieve the puck, but I guess that's to be expected.
26 Jan 2017
My son loves it and uses it for lacrosse as well.
12 Nov 2016
Great to see how hard the shots are. Fun for the family
11 Oct 2016
Durable and accurate. Keeps my son shooting for hours.
04 Oct 2016
Bon produit précis va très bien
04 Oct 2016
compact but has great vision of the numbers on the screen.
adam 14 Jul 2016
Got my son on it and it seems sometimes accurate and sometimes outta wack. Maybe I'm not using it properly
22 Jun 2016
I've owned a few different radars before that sucked. Mainly when I was playing baseball, but they weren't accurate. This radar is best I've ever had. Was told by customer service not to put in direct sunlight, to place behind post and to keep about two feet off the ground pointed slightly downwards. Works like a charm :)
16 Jun 2016
Works as advertised. Sometimes it's off, but usually right. I'm very happy with the purchase.
31 May 2016
I gave the radar to my son as his 12th birthday gift. He LOVES it! He is actually using it atm. He even made a chart in his notebook: date, number of shots, and speed of hardest shot. He plans on using the radar daily.
18 May 2016
My son LOVES his new hockey radar!
11 May 2016
Reasonable product for the price.
11 May 2016
Great fun. Not sure if it measure puck speed or stick speed but doesn't matter too much as it gives an idea of if you are getting faster
05 May 2016
the grandchildren are enjoying it immensely
03 May 2016
Great product, so much fun..
01 Apr 2016
I bought this for a fun skills competition we put together for the various club travel kids. It worked well but you need to do a few things to ensure it works correctly. As some other reviewers have said this was picking up "ghost" readings or showing random ones, I too had this issue, but it was solved by tilting it forward so the base plate was not level but leaning forward a bit. I think this has to do with the mechanism inside - if its tilted even slightly back, it starts reading ghost measurements. This is easier to do if you get a cheap camera tripod for it vs. use the short plastic one it comes with. Once its tilted slightly forward / down, it worked great. The voice mode is quiet, you wont hear it in a rink. The readout is good enough, I'd prefer it a little larger to make it easier to read from center ice.