The new Motocaddy S1 PRO is modelled on the top-selling S1 trolley, which has helped to drive record powered trolley growth over the past two years. However, the distinctive S1 PRO has a great new look thanks to the work of an award-winning London-based product design company.
Motocaddy’s innovative approach in engaging consumer-focused designers has freshened up the look of the 2012 range – covering everything from the ergonomic handle bar styling, battery tray and wheels – to give it a sleek and contemporary appearance.
“The popular S1 model has proved a great success and remains in the range, but the design of the new S1 PRO takes the look of the powered trolley to another level and makes it the outstanding product in the mid-price category,” said Sales Director Neil Parker.
The trolley also features a patentedUSBChargingPortto power GPS devices directly from the trolley battery, as well as an easy-to-use Adjustable Distance Control (ADC) feature to send the trolley independently on a choice of three distances. The S1 PRO retains many of the popular functions of the S1 trolley, such as the simple-to-use on/off button that also acts to control nine different speed settings.
“Many of the new features, such as the re-designed ergonomic handle, have been based on feedback we’ve received from our customers,” added Parker. “The addition of theChargingPortand the ADC feature make it an excellent value trolley.”
The S1 PRO trolley is powered by either small, lightweight Panasonic batteries that can easily cope with 18 or 36 holes, or a more powerful, super-lightweight Motocaddy Lithium battery designed as the most efficient and stylish option on the market.
The S-Series trolley frame, common to all Motocaddy models, is based on an aerospace-grade aluminium S-shaped design that is both ultra-lightweight and sturdy. A simple folding system and quick-release wheels allows it to be folded down in one movement for easy transportation and then opened without any fuss at the golf course.
The S1 PRO trolley is available in Black, Titanium and Alpine from March 2012. The trolley has a RRP of £349.99 with Standard Battery, £379.99 with Extended Range Battery and £549.99 with the Motocaddy Lithium Battery.