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GolfBuddy VT3 – the world’s first talking GPS smartwatch


vt3 2On the golf course you need the right information and that’s what the GolfBuddy VT3 delivers – it’s the world’s first talking touchscreen golf GPS watch.

The device has more than 37,000 courses preloaded into the memory – including more than 10,000 in Australia alone – so you can take it anywhere in the world.

But now, for the first time, the GolfBuddy VT3 can actually talk to you and tell you the distance to the hole like a real golf caddy.

Also on board is touchscreen functionality on the 1.5-inch display to make it even easier to navigate the features and take the guesswork out of your round.

Users can touch and move the flag to reflect that day’s pin position and also see Dynamic Green View which can provide accurate distances to the hole and front of the green no matter what angle you’re approaching from.

The GolfBuddy VT3 can be worn as a watch or clipped to a hat, belt or shirt

The GolfBuddy VT3 can also keep score and measure how far you hit each shot.

On top of the GPS tracking there is also an odometer on the device to give you an accurate step count and distance covered.

The GolfBuddy VT3 weighs just 27g so it’s comfortable to wear on your wrist. But that’s not the only way you can use it.

It can also be attached to an optional retractable cord or clipped to a hat, belt or shirt.

The GolfBuddy VT3 - the world's first talking GPS golf watch

The rechargeable lithium ion battery can last to 10 hours on a full charge which is more than enough power to cover a couple of full 18-hole rounds of golf.

There are no fees, hidden costs or annual membership fees to pay to use the GolfBuddy VT3 golf GPS watch.

The GolfBuddy VT3 is ready to go out of the box and is priced at $319.

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