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Motocaddy rolls out trolley upgrades

8.33am 28th February 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Motocaddy has unveiled several new additions and upgrades to its electric and push trolley ranges for 2019, incorporating state-of-the-art design, cutting edge technology and trusted features.

S1
Kicking off the new-look range is Motocaddy’s S1 model, which is the top-selling powered trolley around the world. It has received a significant upgrade for the new season, including a new high-resolution, sunlight-friendly LCD screen – which is also a feature of the brand’s M-Series range – and offering nine speeds, plus advanced battery meter and speed indicator. The S1 also features a new lightweight Lithium battery which can be left in the battery tray for charging and transportation. The brand’s Quikfold mechanism and Easilock bag-to-trolley connection system is included, along with a powerful 200W motor, soft-touch handle and adjustable bag supports.
The S1 is available in Graphite/Red with an RRP of £499.99 for a standard lithium battery and £549.99 with an extended lithium battery.    

S7 Remote
The ‘hands-free’ S7 Remote boasts next generation remote control technology, and features a rechargeable remote Lithium handset which includes dual pressure buttons for increased control. The handset fits into an integrated holder located on the underside of the handle. A new drive system offers improved directional controls, while also improving the trolley’s power efficiency to reduce battery usage.
A new Automatic Downhill Control system self-adjusts to maintain a constant speed while moving down slopes, while other key features include a pause and resume feature; manual control mode; rear anti-tip wheel; new emergency stop function; 50m cut out and 45 second hibernation; Quikfold mechanism; Easilock compatibility; a USB charging port and distinctive branding on the frame.
The S7 Remote is available in Graphite/Orange at an RRP of £849.99 with Lithium battery.

Z1 Push Trolley
Motocaddy has expanded its range of push trolleys – which also includes the Cube Connect, the compact Cube, and the quick-folding P1 – with the all-new Z1. An entry-level push trolley, the Z1 boasts wide-ranging features, including a simple two-step folding system, foot-operated parking brake, and a handle that is adjustable to three heights. There is ample storage space incorporated in the handle, including an accessory compartment; drink and scorecard holders; tee and ball holders; plus, an umbrella holder fitting. The oversized wheels include a quick-release mechanism.
It is available in Graphite/Blue and Graphite/Red colour options at an RRP of £119.99.

“We’re proud to continue innovating and pushing the boundaries in both the powered and non-powered trolley sectors,” said Oliver Churcher, Motocaddy Marketing Manager. “Our 2019 range includes a trolley for every golfer; irrespective of whether their decision is based on budget, technology, size or design.”

He added: “The technology included within the new S7 Remote is at the forefront of the remote-controlled trolley market. We’ve made huge upgrades to improve the handling, control and enjoyment golfers will get out on the course. The S1 trolley has been a mainstay of our range for well over a decade and we’re confident the latest model will be as popular as its predecessors, while the Z1 is a great option for the budget-conscious golfer looking for a really good, lightweight push trolley from a trusted brand.”

       

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