A new name has emerged in the fast-growing powered golf trolley sector, driven by two men with more than 50 years experience between them in the electric trolley market.
John deGraft Johnson and his business partner David Catford are using all their years of pioneering other leading brands to introduce the EZiCaddy EZi3 and the EZi5 models, priced from £249 and available only online or by telephone.
Both trolleys currently offer a free, 14-divider cart bag (worth £79) with every purchase (while stocks last), featuring spacious pockets and ‘anti-twist’ locking base.
Stylish in design and made from lightweight and robust aluminium, the trolleys feature a clever mechanism which unfolds effortlessly through a quick-release system also re-locks it securely for easy transportation and storage. Treaded wheels slide off with a one-turn action, and the ergonomic handle height can be adjusted from to suit each golfer’s taste.
The plug‘n’play battery (available in standard lead acid or lightweight, longer-lasting lithium) has a moulded handle to allow ‘one hand, one click’ installation and drives a powerful whisper-quiet motor.
On-board electronics include a colour digital display automatic distance control, functions for measuring tee shots (and calculating approaches) a speedometer, clock, security pin and battery gauge monitor. The EZi5 model (£299 with 18-hole lead acid battery) also boasts a USB socket under the handle to charge a mobile phone, GPS rangefinder or SmartPhone during the round.
“EZiCaddy brings a new level of passion and flair to electric trolleys, with a simple, value-for-money proposition,” says Johnson, whose company is based in Canterbury, Kent.
“By only selling EZiCaddy trolleys direct to the customer, it allows us to offer engineering excellence, the latest features and reliable performance at extremely competitive prices.”
EZiCaddy models are available in metallic black or polar white frames, with burnt orange or cool grey handle and matching wheel trim.
For further information visit www.ezicaddy.co.uk or call FreePhone 0800 849 1345