Motocaddy AquaFlex Stand Bag Launched - This versatile and feature-packed stand bag has been built to fit perfectly on a trolley
Motocaddy AquaFlex Stand Bag Launched
Motocaddy, one of the UK’s leading trolley and cart bag brands, has revealed its first ever stand bag designed to fit perfectly onto any Motocaddy trolley.
The versatile AquaFlex stand bag is 100 per cent waterproof, lightweight at 2.2kg and features a fully-adjustable quick-release carry strap and a swivel buckle with ‘Smart Fit’ technology, which allows the strap to automatically re-balance when carrying. This ensures the weight is always evenly balanced between both shoulders.
“Anyone who has ever tried to use a carry bag on a trolley knows they don’t fit very well” said David Wells, Motocaddy Chairman. “Our R&D team have worked hard to come up with a revolutionary top and base design which allows it to fit perfectly onto a trolley without affecting its performance as a lightweight carry bag,” he added.
The ‘rear stand lock’ holds the legs in place when attached to a trolley and the bag is kept firmly in-place by the brand’s Easilock bag-to-trolley connection system that removes the need for a lower bag strap.
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It also includes thermo-sealed zips and heat-welded seams to protect the bag from the elements and five spacious pockets, including a garment storage space and valuables pouch.
Other key features include five full-length dividers, waterproof rain hood, towel and accessory hook, internal umbrella sleeve and external beverage pouch.
The AquaFlex stand bag is available now in three colours with an RRP of £199.99.
Also new in Motocaddy's bag range is the Pro Series, which has been made 20 per cent lighter but still boasts nine spacious pockets – the most in the Motocaddy range – and easy-access carry handles ensuring effortless lifting on and off the trolley.
It boasts scorecard and pencil holders, a jumbo putter well that easily fits popular thicker grips and an anti-twist base ensures the bag stays firmly in place along with the brand’s Easilock system.
The new Pro-Series is also available from March in three colourways with an RRP of £179.99.
The Pro-Series joins the 100 per cent waterproof Dry-Series (£219.99); the feature-packed Club-Series (£139.99) and the most compact trolley bag in the range, the Lite-Series (£119.99) for 2019.
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