Global Edition

Bag Boy harnesses piston power in new Nitron trolley

12.18pm 28th January 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Monday, January 28th, 2019

Bag Boy unveiled its all-new Nitron Push Cart at last week’s PGA Merchandise Show.

The trolley boasts ‘auto open cart’ technology, which sees a pair of nitrogen-powered pistons transforming it from a compact folded cart to open and ready to go in seconds, while the front wheel also automatically pops out into place. Folding the Nitron is also a simple two-step process, with the unit collapsing in seconds to a compact size, ready to be stored.

“This new nitrogen-powered open feature enables the Nitron to be the quickest and simplest cart to open in the industry,” said Pat Gallagher, Product Manager at Bag Boy. “We are excited to be able to pair this auto open user experience with a sleek, new updated look to add to the Bag Boy family of carts.”

The Nitron also features TOP-LOK Technology, a patented bag-to-cart attachment system designed to securely lock a Bag Boy or Datrek bag onto a Bag Boy push cart, preventing the bag from twisting or turning and eliminating the need for cart straps. Abundant storage is offered with the scorecard console and extra-large accessory bag. And as with most Bag Boy’s push carts, the Nitron has a premium handle-mounted parking brake.

Offered in eight different accent colours, the Bag Boy Nitron Push Cart has an RRP of $249.95 and will be available from stockists from April 25. For a video of its features, click here. Or visit


You can see the latest news letter here.

Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.            

Use the tabs above to select the section(s) which you wish to search.

Enter the name of the person, place, organisation or topic for which you are searching. Use as many words as required - there is no need to enclose them in quotation marks. Prefixing a search term with a hyphen/minus-sign will exclude results matching that term.

For example 'artificial -turf' will return results containing 'artificial' but not 'turf'.

In each month and year listed below every article that has ever appeared in golfbusinessnews is reproduced in reverse date order.