The Motocaddy S7 Remote Lithium 18 Hole Electric Trolley is the first remote control model in the Motocaddy range and boasts one of the most sophisticated guidance systems, the trolley utilises the power of two motors to provide power and precision with the aid of a anti-tip wheel to ensure the cart does not flip on steep inclines on the golf course. The trolley has forward, left, right & reverse controls and can easily turn out of any tight spaces, it comes with a remopte control that allows you to adjust how much the trolley turns to the left or right simply by applying the buttons on the simple to use handset.
Motocaddy S7 Remote Lithium 18 Hole Electric Trolley Features:
Easy manual control & remote mode
18 Hole Lithium battery*
QUIKFOLD assembly mechanism
The system can be easily transported by using the QUIKFOLD assembly mechanism which is easy to use and will fit into tight spaces. The system is also EASILOCK compatible so if you have a cart bag that uses the system you can place this straight on the the cart with a secure fitting. Another great feature of the trolley is a USB charging port enabling you to access this port to keep you electronic devices fully operational.
For golfers looking for an intelligent remote model with exceptional control, look no further than the Motocaddy S7 Remote Lithium 18 Hole Electric Trolley.
Please note that it is not possible to use Hedgehog Winter Wheels on a Motocaddy S7 REMOTE trolley when ‘Remote’ mode is engaged as they prevent the wheels from being controlled individually.
*“Conditions such as trolley efficiency, excessively long or hilly courses, very wet fairways, unusually heavy golf bags or charging USB devices may reduce the range of this battery.”
Motocaddy S7 Remote Lithium 18 reviews verified by reevoo
(8.6 out of 10)
Ease of use
Value for money
Scores 8.6 out of 10based on 14 reviews
(4 out of 10)
Unhappy American golf customer
Control or should I say out of control, very very poor control, constantly veering off
Avoid not worth the money wish I had just bought the basic as I have to manually use it half of the time
10 December 2016
12 January 2017