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Motocaddy Increases Lithium Warranty to Five-Years

12.33am 6th January 2012 - Corporate

Motocaddy, the top-selling brand in theUK’s powered trolley market, has extended the warranty on its reliable, super-lightweight Lithium batteries from two to five years with the introduction of a five-year limited warranty on any batteries sold from the 1stJanuary 2012.

The Motocaddy Lithium battery, which has a lifetime five times that of a lead acid equivalent, is increasingly becoming the battery of choice for regular golfers – as shown by a 122% increase in sales over the last year.

Motocaddy was among the first powered trolley brands to offer Lithium batteries across its popular range in 2008.

“The introduction of a five-year warranty for the Lithium battery shows just how reliable a product it has become,” said Chairman David Wells. “And we have always been confident of its popularity as research has shown that golfers want the lightest, most efficient batteries to power their trolleys. The Motocaddy Lithium fits the bill perfectly,” he added.

Compatible with all Motocaddy electric trolley models, the Lithium battery recharges twice as quickly as a lead acid battery and, at only 2.5 kg, weighs 75% less. The battery, with charger, has a RRP of £299.99. Full terms and conditions are available at

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