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Powakaddy rolls out new push trolley range

10.35am 4th May 2022 - New Products

PowaKaddy has unveiled its most extensive ever range of push carts, with the 2022 collection boasting a host of feature-packed models that offer an array of options and price ranges to suit any golfer. 

New for 2022 is the Micra (£239.99), a lightweight and compact push trolley that boasts a 3-wheel design with a wider wheelbase that ensures total stability on the most uneven of terrain.
Other features include a simple quick-fold mechanism, a height-adjustable handle and a foot brake. The unit also features a scorecard and pencil holder, ample storage for golf balls and tees, and a waterproof pouch for safekeeping of a mobile phone.

Weighing only 5.8kg, the DLX-Lite FF (£259.99) is an extremely lightweight trolley has been designed with optimal storage in mind and, thanks to an innovative flat fold design that allows it to fold down to only 20cm deep, it can be squeezed into the very tightest of spaces. With a frame constructed from strong, yet lightweight aluminium, it also features a drinks holder, water-resistant mobile phone storage area, and a parking footbrake.

Completing the 2022 range is the Twinline 5 (£199.99), a stylish trolley that is incredibly simple to set up, and folds quickly and compactly. Designed to glide across any terrain with minimum effort, it features an ergonomic handle, a covered scorecard holder, footbrake, and a drinks holder.

PowaKaddy CEO David Catford said: “Our 2022 range of push carts are packed with unique features that are designed to suit all golfers’ needs. The new collection is truly our most complete ever.”

The all-new Micra push trolley

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