Big Max Z360 push trolley introduced

Trolley brand BIG MAX is set to introduce the latest in its push line – the Z360

Big Max Z360
The Big Max Z360 push trolley

Trolley brand Big Max is set to introduce the latest in its push line – the Z360

Trolley brand Big Max is set to introduce the latest in its push line – the Z360.

Designed with manoeuvrability in mind, Big Max has incorporated a 360 degree front wheel in the Z360 that will help golfers negotiate the tightest of spaces and allow the trolley to rotate on its own axis.

And, when extra stability is needed on uneven ground, the front wheel aligns straight ahead and fixes in place with the flick of a switch.

The latest addition to Big Max’s ultra-compact range, the Z360 collapses down to a size that will easily fit into most car boots along with a full set of clubs.

Big Max Z360

Other features of Z360 include a hand brake that is operated from the adjustable padded handle, an organiser panel with scorecard and pencil holder along with a storage compartment, fully adjustable brackets that will accommodate even the largest of tour bags and Quick fix bases for accessories such as umbrella or gps holders.

"When designing the Z360 we wanted to address manoeuvrability in three wheel carts. From babystrolleys to shopping carts, wherever manoeuvrability is important, 360 degree wheels are used,” said Thomas Reiter, founder of Big Max.

“We’ve all got in a trolley jam near the tee box or struggled to push our trolleys through the trees when we’ve hit a wayward drive. These are the things that drive Big Max innovation and in the Z360 we’ve designed a clever piece of technology that helps golfers’ out in real life situations."

The Big Max Z360 will lead the way for the company’s range of push trolleys with a set of new colour accents for 2015.

Each new model will have accents that can be mixed and matched with the company’s latest range of AQUA waterproof bags.

With a choice of either white or black frames, schemes will include red, lime, yellow and pink.

The Big Max Z360 push trolley comes with a suggested retail price of £200.

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