PowaKaddy has unveiled a trio of new push carts for 2021 with different levels of functionality to suit a variety of golfers
PowaKaddy 2021 Push Cart Range Revealed
PowaKaddy is launching a range of premium push carts for 2021 that boasts modern designs and is packed with features offering golfers an array of options to suit their needs.
Heading up the range is the PowaKaddy Cube push cart (RRP £189.99). A lightweight, compact trolley, with a simple folding mechanism, the Cube is the ideal push cart for those looking for a compact, faff-free solution.
The compact three-wheel design and wide wheelbase make pushing it almost effortless, providing reliable stability even on the most uneven of ground.
The Cube also boasts a sturdy mobile phone storage area, and an ergonomic soft touch handle that is easily adjustable. Golfers will be able to choose from either a yellow, blue, or red trim.
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The all-new PowaKaddy DLX-Lite FF push cart (£209.99), weighs just 5.8kg and has been designed with optimal storage in mind. Thanks to an innovative flat fold design, and at only 20cm deep, it can be squeezed into the tightest of spaces.
Constructed from a lightweight aluminium and designed to tackle all terrains, the DLX-Lite FF brings a host of features; including a drinks holder, water-resistant mobile phone storage area and an easy-to-use footbrake, designed to help golfers park their trolley with minimal hassle.
Completing the new range is the versatile Twinline 5 (£159.99) - a lightweight trolley that is simple to set up and folds quickly and compactly. It features an ergonomic handle, a covered scorecard holder, easily operated footbrake, and a handy drinks holder.
Every push cart in the PowaKaddy 2021 range features the PowaKaddy Key Lock system which helps to keep bags secure on the trolley.
“The push trolley market is an increasingly important part of our business, and our exciting new range reflects that,” said David Catford, PowaKaddy’s CEO. “The new push trolleys each have unique features to suit all golfers’ needs, and with varied price points they provide different options for everybody, depending on what they’re looking for out on the course.”
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