Big Max, the most used push trolley brand in Europe, has announced the upcoming launch of a new range of electric carts to the UK. Due to hit the shops in May, they are said to match the robust innovation of its push cart offerings, which include the new Big Max Autofold FF model.
The trolleys within the new Quad series are the Hunter Quad and Coaster Quad Brake and as the name suggests, both use a four-wheel base. This provides stability and with rotating front wheels offers excellent manoeuvrability. The colour scheme matches that of the new Big Max Aqua cart bags, creating a complete and classy look.
The front wheels also lock in place when required and feature individual suspension for a smoother ride. This solid foundation delivers an even weight distribution across the base of the trolley, reducing areas of stress and increasing the life of the cart.
“We knew that any electric carts we introduced had to match the quality and innovation expected from Big Max products,” commented Big Max UK Managing Director Ian Waddicar. “The Quad series more than lives up to those expectations and we’re delighted to be able to provide a fantastic Big Max electric cart for customers who already love our bags and push trolleys.”
A whisper quiet 230V motor and lithium battery as standard provide the necessary power to tackle any course and is combined with the robust construction to deliver strength and reliability.
Additionally, the range boasts Controlled distance function up to 60 yards, speed setting, battery level and distance measurement all shown on the colour electronic display and positioned on the height adjustable handle. The handle also houses a GPS holder along with a compartment for a solar charger (sold separately) that will trickle charge all a golfers electronic gadgets.
The Hunter Quad (above, RRP £699) has all these features as standard, while the Coaster Quad Brake (RRP £799) builds on this further. It is designed with tough, hilly terrain in mind, and therefore incorporates an electronic parking brake and a differential gearbox that regulates the speed of the trolley to walking pace as it heads downhill.
For more information, visit www.bigmaxgolf.com