£50 cash back when you trade-in your old electric trolley. Purchase any NEW Motocaddy Lithium Trolley between 20th April to 30th June 2018 and claim £50 cashback when you trade-in your old electric trolley.
Getting round the golf course has never been easier especially with the Motocaddy S3 Pro helping you along the way. The tried and tested S3 has been given a subtle overhaul with some great improvements.
Thanks to the adjustable Distance Control system, you can command your trolley up to a hands free distance of 60 yards and while you're doing this you can measure distances such as your drive length, round and life total on the new user-friendly colour screen! And to make life even easier, this trolley weights a mere 9kg (thanks to its aluminium construction) and has small folded dimensions of 850mm(L) x 595mm(W) x 355mm(H).
The S3 Pro features:
New user-friendly screen layout
Streamlined battery tray
Nine speed settings
Adjustable Distance Control
A patented USB charging point ensure your devices will never run out of juice and a Cartlock security pin code give you peace of mind that it will be totally secure. The QUIKFOLD mechanism and streamlined battery tray allows for quick and easy storage for your car or oat home while the EASILOCKTM compatibility allows for a great fit of your Motocaddy golf bag. All controlled from the new ergonomic handle, are some great features. These include an advanced battery meter, clock, round and lost ball timers as well as a total of 9 speed settings.
“This battery will complete 36 holes on a Motocaddy single motored trolley when used in normal conditions (however this is not guaranteed). 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 encourage users of Lithium batteries to top-up between rounds whenever possible. The battery is not designed to complete 18 holes over consecutive days on a single charge. Battery capacity will reduce over time and can be affected by frequency of use and charging conditions.”