The PowaKaddy FW7 trolley was very easy to use and control. The Lithium Plug ‘n’ Play battery was effortless to install, and once the trolley was assembled, its new digital screen was clear and precise. The ability to charge a GPS device is also a welcome addition if you’re someone who uses a GPS. If the reliability is as good as the trolley, then PowaKaddy has a winner.
Although the last PowaKaddy range was solid, it was a little uninspiring. However, the new FW products offer much more in terms of performance and visual appeal. Both the Lead-Acid and Lithium batteries are now more user-friendly and stylish. The Lithium battery tested did a good job of coping with hilly ground. The sleek frame on the FW7 is stable and easy to steer, while the screen and handle design is smarter, and the power control is now suitable for right and left-handed golfers.
If you don’t feel you’ll get the use out of the added extras on the FW7, the cheaper FW5 and FW3 models may suit. The FW3 with a Lithium battery, for example, is a great-looking trolley at an affordable price.
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The premium offering in the new PowaKaddy FW range includes a new Plug ‘n’ Play battery system, which is designed to be quick and easy to set up. A full-colour LCD screen is combined with a variable distance control and a USB charging port. The FW7 is also available with an Electronic Braking System, which aids control on hilly ground. Models with this included start at £670.
Will suit...Players after a stylish trolley with plenty of extras.
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