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PowaKaddy has ramped up its Freeway range for 2017, featuring the sleek new FW5i.
Available in white and black, it’s certainly a premium looking product. Nothing garish or flashy, just sleek and stylish.
Partnered with a Premium cart bag from PowaKaddy, it takes aesthetics to the next level.
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Why would a golfer not want to use an electric trolley? It takes up space in the boot. It’s a task to assemble or transport. The functionality is poor. And perhaps most prominent, it’s too expensive.
Many products at least fall into one of these categories, if not more.
But in the case of the Motocaddy M1 Pro electric trolley, it manages to dodge almost all the pitfalls.
The Powakaddy Touch at the very least is pushing boundaries, while at the very best is a revolutionary product in the electric trolley market.
A sliding handle controls the speed of the trolley, meaning it changes speed as you walk. No button bashing or dial twirling, here.
But does it work as it should? Is it worth the price tag? We find out.
We labelled the Stewart Golf Z1 the BMW of push trolleys, the R1 was elevated to an Aston Martin, so what do we call the R1-S Push? A chauffeured Rolls Royce, perhaps?
A brand that is synonymous with quality and performance, Stewart Golf has raised what was already a lofty bar with the R1-S Push.
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