Big Max is launching new versions of it's popular push trolleys. The new Blade+ and the Autofold+ have many of the same features as before, but are more user friendly and stylish than older products
Big Max is launching enhanced versions of its popular Blade and Autofold push trolleys.
The Blade+ and Autofold+ still have all of the innovations that account for their initial successes, but benefit from additional features that not only enhance their looks but also improve their usability.
The original Blade trolley was the first trolley that could be folded perfectly flat, even with the wheels on.
The Blade+ features an improved folding mechanism that now allows the wheels to flip under the trolley folding the entire unit to an impressive 12.5cm deep.
It’s so compact that it can easily sit on the parcel shelf of your car. All told, the trolley will cost you £249.
The Autofold+ is as easy to use as the name suggests. It has a one click folding mechanism called Auto-Fix. What this means is in one smooth movement, you can fold the trolley down, clicking it into place and then simply walk away.
As well as this handy closing mechanism, also look out for improvements to the organiser panel and increased storage. The addition of 2 Quick-Lok ports makes it easy to add other Big Max products. SRP: £149.99
We all know looks are important, especially when on the golf course, which won’t be a problem here. Both of the + trolleys have been designed with looks in mind.
The trolleys come in either black or white, with a choice of red, lime or yellow colour accents, which co-ordinate with the company’s AQUA waterproof bag series.
The i-DRY AQUA series from BIG MAX is lightweight and waterproof as it is seam sealed and even has waterproof zips.
If you are worried about the durability of the trolleys both the Autofold+ and Blade+ come with a 5 year warrantee making them a practical and stylish companion on the golf course.
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