Electric golf trolley company's spend a lot of time and money designing innovative chassis's for their products.
It makes sense therefore, that when releasing a product for the push trolley market, they'd tap into this expertise. However, a lot of the push trolley's released by the electronic manufacturers don't transfer as much of this know how as you would expect.
PowerBug is bucking this trend with the release of the Push 2.0 trolley that uses the same frame construction found in their ProTour and Ultra V powered models. A lot of this is thanks to the no nonsense design philosophy that PowerBug adopt meaning the frame is not weighed down by peripherals that would make it unsuited to the push market.
The lightweight aircraft grade aluminium frame weighs just 4.8kg, making it light enough to use in a push trolley and features a rugged and reliable build quality to ensure that it won't let you down on the course.
PowerBug has cleverly used the space taken up by the battery and motor in the power models by incorporating a handy insulated zip-up bag adding to the storage space available in your golf bag.
Below the storage bag sits an easily activated footbrake plus the Push 2.0's use of the same frame means it is compatible with PowerBug's full range of accessory's such as GPS and device holders.
Your bag will be supported by PowerBug's Torque Control bag supports and comes with Sports Wheels and a folding system that makes folding and unfolding you trolley simple and easy.