Gear / AccessoriesShot Sense

(2 customer reviews)

$349.99

Elevate your archery experience with Mathews Shot Sense. Integrated directly into the grip of your Mathews bow, the Shot Sense™ module will track and record your shot analytics and provide advanced feedback in real time through the Mathews Shot Sense™ app.

Compatible with 2023 and newer Mathews models. Please select your dominant hand (hand you draw back with) below.

Click here for Shot Sense™ User Manual.

Click here for Shot Sense™ warranty information.

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Mathews advanced shot data technology allows you to track the movement of your bow throughout your shot sequence, enabling you to compare every shot on the range, in the field, or wherever your bow takes you. Challenge your friends and family to see who takes the most shots, has the best overall score, or compete against any metric you set within our full community platform. Designed to take your archery game to the next level, Mathews Shot Sense™ will help you take your best shot, every time.

Reviews

  1. Kenneth

    4 out of 5 Valuable data measuring tool. Software needs work

    Kenneth

    The hardware collects valuable data, but some tweaks are needed on the software side. I’m not sure if this is an APP issue or phone issue, but the app frequently logs me out after I’m finished using it. This requires me to log back in, sync the bow, and download hundreds of shots almost every time I go to use the app (I’ve memorized my bow’s serial number at this point). This is the only real “problem” I’m having.

    This next part is an observation regarding shot score and how MOA is measured. Your app defines MOA score as steadiness held 1 full second before the shot breaks. I think MOA is weighed too heavily on the shot score (65/65 points of 100). Sure, steadiness is important in regards to where you’re aiming when the shot breaks, but 1 full second is actually a lot of time for movement when you add both conscious aiming and unconscious flinch. Unless it only measures the flinch, it becomes a much less meaningful data point compared to torque and bow level. This is why I think it’s weighed too heavily.

    Finally, “aiming time” seems like an arbitrary number that shouldn’t be scored, but still welcome as data for the shot.

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