Motocaddy has updated its electric trolley collection with the launch of the Motocaddy M3 PRO - the brand's most advanced electric trolley ever
Motocaddy M3 PRO electric trolley introduced
Motocaddy has updated its electric trolley collection with the launch of the Motocaddy M3 PRO - the brand's most advanced electric trolley ever.
The M3 PRO - which follows on from the launch of the award-winning Motocaddy (opens in new tab) M1 PRO (opens in new tab) - boasts the same compact-folding design and offers a range of new high-performance updates.
A two-bar frame - which enables the M3 PRO to be folded down to airline carrier baggage size - is complemented by a collection of digital assets, from a full-colour digital screen with distance readings to battery meters and lost-ball timers.
"The design of the M3 PRO has been driven by feedback from a significant number of golfers, who said they loved our compact-folding technology, but would like to see additional performance features on the trolley too," said Motocaddy Chairman David Wells.
"The new M3 PRO represents our most advanced trolley to date and is the product of more than 12 months of research and development.
"It's a perfect option for golfers who transport their trolley to the course in the boot of their car and who love to have handy features to use when playing."
Motocaddy's M3 PRO comes with a CartLock security device, an integrated accessory station, a simple handle-height adjustment and an in-built device cradle with a USB charging port.
The Adjustable Distance Control system allows users to set an independent travel distance up to 60 yards, fully-adjustable bag supports cater for a range of bag sizes and ergonomic handles are made for both right- and left-handed use.
The M3 PRO also comes with a whisper-quiet 230-watt motor and nine different speed settings.
All 2014 Motocaddy trolleys come complete with a new Easilock connection system, and the M3 PRO is no exception.
Two removable locking pins on Motocaddy cart bags match up with two holes on the trolley's bag support, enabling them to click seamlessly into place.
The Motocaddy M3 Pro trolley is available in Black or Alpine matt finishes, at the following price points:
18-hole lead-acid battery: £449.99 18-hole lithium battery: £599.99 36-hole lithium battery: £649.99
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