The world's biggest-selling electric trolley brand, Motocaddy has introduced a new version of the S1, the most popular trolley on the market, with new modern styling and game-changing features.
Designed to be simple and easy to use, the S1 and S1 DHC trolleys include Motocaddy's quickest ever 1-step folding system.
It combines a modern design with a whisper-quiet 230W motor, super-lightweight Lithium battery and new visuals including a full-colour LCD display which is designed to be easily viewable in all weather conditions.
The trolley features Motocaddy's Click n Connect battery which is cable free, but also automatically disconnects the battery whilst folded and allows you to charge the battery without having to remove it.
It also has slimmer, ambidextrous sporty wheels which can invert to save space in transit and storage, meaning that the overall footprint is reduced by 16% compared to previous models.
"The new S1 has taken more than two years to develop and follows considerable investment in consumer research to ensure that it meets the needs of modern golfers."
"The S1 has been the world's most popular trolleys over the past 15 years and the new model looks set to redefine what an entry level electric trolley should offer. This is undoubtedly the easiest-to-use trolley we've ever developed, which combined with the impressive new technological features such as the cable-free battery, widescreen display and the 1-step folding system, takes the 2022 S1 to a completely new level."
Oliver Churcher, Marketing Director, Motocaddy UK.
Other features on the new S1 and S1 DHC Trolleys include:
- Nine speed settings
- Speed indicator and battery metre
- USB charging port
- Adjustable Distance Control (up to 45 yards)
- Oversize tubing
- Easilock bag-to-trolley connection system
The S1 trolley is available from March in Graphite/Red at an RRP of £599.99 for the Standard Lithium battery and £649.99 for the Extended Lithium battery.
The S1 DHC is also available in Graphite/Red and is priced at an RRP of £649.99 for the Standard Lithium, and £699.99 for the extended version.
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