The market-leading golf trolley brand, PowaKaddy, continues to reinforce its reputation for the ultimate in product reliability and outstanding performance by introducing an extended 3-year warranty on its flagship FW7 and FW7 EBS models.
Applicable to golfers purchasing either the FW7 model – which recently claimed the coveted Today’s Golfer Gold Award – or the innovative version encompassing an Electronic Braking System, the new guarantee offers trolley users even greater assurance than the two-year warranty widely seen in the market. The new statement of intent is available to all golfers in the UK & Ireland who purchase an FW7 model and register it on the PowaKaddy website with immediate effect.
“We’re proud to offer this new 3-year warranty on our electric trolley,” commented John deGraft-Johnson, PowaKaddy Chairman. “It reinforces the quality and reliability of PowaKaddy trolleys such as the FW7 which have proved a major hit with golfers across the UK & Ireland in recent years and provides our valued retail partners with another major sales tool when engaging with potential customers.
“The new 3-year warranty offers that reassurance to the consumer that when they buy the FW7 they’re getting a robust, feature-packed and cutting-edge designed trolley that represents incredible value for money,” added deGraft-Johnson.
As the most advanced model in the PowaKaddy range, the award-winning FW7 trolley incorporates a plethora of performance-related features, including a full colour LCD Widescreen display with On/Off indicator complete with Power, Pause & Resume function, as well as Digital Power Gauge and Battery Fuel Indicator. The brand’s top-end model also includes other well-used features such as an integrated USB point for charging smartphones and GPS devices, an Automatic Distance Function to set the trolley off at distances between 5-50 yards and specific speed display and distance measurement functions unique to the FW7.
Thanks to a well-received launch of the 2015 Freeway range, PowaKaddy recently announced an impressive 50% increase in trolley unit sales across the UK and Ireland (June 2014 – June 2015). A surge in product sales has been helped by the Kent-based brand adding another assembly line to its Sittingbourne factory in March this year, which crucially allowed the company to increase production capacity.