FlightScope Mevo+ Review

Mevo+ was announced at the 2020 PGA Show and has quickly become one of the most popular new launch monitors on the market. They have also recently launched a hardware update in 2023 that brings new heights to this amazing piece of technology!

And for good reason! There is a lot to like about Mevo Plus. It's accurate, portable, provides really helpful data, and even allows you to use it as a golf simulator.

In this product review, we’ll go over the good, bad, and everything in between!

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Mevo+ Data Review

FlightScope Mevo+ Launch Monitor - Rain or Shine Golf
How Accurate is Mevo Plus?
How Accurate is Mevo Plus?

The takeaway: It's a pleasant surprise that you can get this level of accuracy for way less than some of the pricier launch monitors on the market.

The Mevo+ uses 3d doppler radar technology to track and analyze your ball flight. This type of technology is slightly mind boggling and I don't completely understand it. But it's used in all the top launch monitors and originated from the miltary - so it must be legit. It also uses microwave signals so I think you might be able to fry up your hot dog at the turn with it.. But that's beside the point.

The point is that in testing Mevo+ against your typical distance numbers, against other launch monitors, and out on the course, Mevo+ is impressively accurate.

It's rarely more than 3-4 yards off what I'd expect. And it also seems to be accurate with the woods. Many launch monitors on the cheaper end struggle with longer distances but with the Mevo+, we don't see that.

Mevo+ Vs Its Competitors

We've tested a lot of different launch monitors so we feel that we have a pretty good understanding of how they all stack up. And to be honest, Mevo+ isn't that far off from units that cost upwards of $10,000.

But here are a few things you miss out on compared to the more expensive launch monitors:

Extensive Club Data

More expensive units often have more club data metrics such as impact location on clubface, club path, and face angle.

More Video Analysis Features

Some launch monitors like the Uneekor QED allow you to see a slow motion video of your club through impact.

In-depth putting analysis

While Mevo+ does read putts, some launch monitors provide more in-depth putting metrics and training modules.

White labeling of session reports

This allows you to put your brand logo on session reports. Typically used by instructors and teaching academies to send students their results from a lesson.

While you do miss out on some of these more advanced features, Mevo+ still provides a ton of capabilities for the price. But it's important to know what else is available given a bigger budget.

Mevo+ Review Conclusion

Overall, this launch monitor is just plain awesome. For a golf nut, it's the ultimate toy.

It's accurate, and provides a ton of cool data and features. It's a solid choice for both a lower handicapper who really wants to dive into the data, or a higher handicapper who is more so looking for a good time with family and friends.

It's golf simulation compatability is the icing on the cake. Being able to play real golf from the comfort of your own home is really cool. And great for the winter months!

If you plan to use your launch monitor outdoors or take it out to the range, then Mevo+ is a clear top dog in this price range. But if you plan to use you launch monitor mostly indoors, then SkyTrak is a close competitor. It requires much less space indoors making it more flexible for indoor users. It just isn't quite as accurate as Mevo+ outdoors.

If you're concerned with the space requirements of Mevo+, then read this similar review we did on the SkyTrak Launch Monitor.