PowaKaddy, the No.1 golf electric trolley brand, has unveiled an exciting line of new product videos designed to give golfers a greater insight into its Freeway & TOUCH® trolleys, as well as its state-of-the-art Lithium batteries.
Filmed at London Golf Club and Centurion Golf Club, the easy-to-consume videos offer an in-depth analysis of each Freeway trolley in the current range (the FW3, FW5, FW7s), plus the newly-launched PowaKaddy TOUCH, which after only a few months on the market, has already garnered 5-star media reviews.
The five videos are presented by highly-rated PGA professional and Lead Coach to the England ‘A’ squad, Andrew Reynolds of Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club. Drawing on a long-standing history of using PowaKaddy trolleys, Reynolds offers golfers a detailed insight into the key unique components of each individual trolley, as well as the simple three-way folding system and ‘Plug ‘n’ Play’ battery system which feature across all four trolleys for 2016.
Reynolds also presents a quick and easy-to-absorb tutorial on how to operate each trolley, including the super-intelligent TOUCH, which changes pace as you change yours by simply placing your hand on the handle.
PowaKaddy Touch demo video
“These videos are an invaluable opportunity for golfers to virtually ‘try before they buy’ a new PowaKaddy trolley,” commented Mei Tierney, PowaKaddy Marketing Manager. “We understand how busy everyone’s lives are, so we wanted to create a short and easy-to-access way for golfers to check out our new products from their computer, tablet or mobile device.
“We hope the videos will prove to be a really useful tool for golfers unsure of what model is best suited to their personal needs,” added Tierney. “Andrew Reynolds’ knowledge of our products is vast and his years of experience working with golf trolleys offer golfers a really good insight into the benefits of a PowaKaddy, and we really hope they enjoy watching.”
As well as showcasing the four trolleys currently available in the latest PowaKaddy range, one of the videos is dedicated to the two types of Lithium batteries that can be used to power the brand’s premium electric trolleys. Whilst the lead-acid option is referenced, the video focuses more on the increasingly-popular Lithium battery, which is the thinnest on the market and lasts up to 20% longer than its competitors based on 18 hole Lithium Battery (260Wh) and 36 hole Lithium Battery (388Wh) offerings.
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