Axglo TriLite push trolley introduced

Axglo TriLite push trolley
The new Axglo TriLite push trolley

Canadian trolley manufacturer Axglo has entered the UK market with the launch of the TriLite push cart

Canadian trolley manufacturer Axglo has entered the UK market with the launch of the TriLite push cart.

The easy-to-assemble three-wheel TriLite push trolley will be available to purchase now from PGA professionals and golf stores across the country.

Axglo trolleys are characterised by their robust yet lightweight construction and built from ultra-durable aircraft-grade aluminum.

Weighing at just 12 lbs, Axglo push trolleys feature a gliding system that ensures scratching won't occur when opening or folding the TriLite.

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"It's very exciting, after a successful launch in Canada and Asia, to be able to offer this product to UK golfers," said Neil Self, owner of Axglo's UK distributor, Northern Golf.

"When Axglo's TriLite was first designed, efficiency, simplicity and quality were at the forefront of the engineer's mind.

"The idea was to create a model that was simpler to assemble and reassemble than anything on the market, and I believe we have done that.

"The brand has engineered a supremely durable model that golfers will depend on for years, at a very competitive price."

Other features of the Axglo TriLite push trolley include:

- A compact folding size (25.5" x 16.7" x 12.5") - Weather-resistant powder-coated protective paint - A rack for various bag sizes and adjustable straps - Airless wheels and adjustable padded handles - An easy-to-operate hand-brake system - A large-capacity storage console

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The TriLite will be available initially in black and silver wheel colour options, with others expected to become available throughout 2015.

The frame comes in either black, silver or white.

The Axglo TriLite - which also comes with a one-year warranty - has an RRP of £129.

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