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Fatbee launches golf scooter range in the UK

2.58pm 29th July 2020 - New Products

Scooter company Fatbee UK has announced the launch of its popular X3 Golf scooter, which should be of interest to all golf clubs and golfers, as it can significantly help speed up the pace of play.

The three-wheel X3 Golf is designed for golf course use with the great advantage of being a very economical alternative to more traditional four-wheeled golf buggies. Its modern design, small size, ease of use, reliability, price and its lightness makes it the most suitable and profitable golf vehicle on the market. 

Although ideally suited to one player, the X3 features a seat for two, while other features include a forwards or reverse option, an alarm with remote control fob, turn signals, horn, headlamp, rear carry cage and detachable golf bag holder. Optional kit includes a golf ball and club cleaning box, umbrella stand, mobile phone holder and essentials bag.
Powered by a 60V/20Ah lithium-ion battery the X3 range is 20-25 miles on a single 6-8-hour charge and with a top speed of 18mph (it has an adjustable speed limiter). The RRP is £2,520, including VAT, with finance options available on purchases. 

Sold in a range of standard colours or custom colours for special orders, the Fatbee X3’s wheel arches can be changed to suit style preferences, club’s colours and livery as an option.  

Fatbee UK is based in London’s West End and Buckinghamshire, with manufacturer Fatbee International headquartered in Marbella, Spain, with sales in Spain, Portugal, France, Germany and the Caribbean. For more details, call 0203 239 1944 or 07803 894 888 or email or visit

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