Electric Trolley Test: Motocaddy M3 ProAugust, 2014
"Fits into the smallest boot and is feature-packed"
About | Following on from the M1 Pro, the M3 Pro is equally compact but also has a range of additional features that set it apart from others on the market. This trolley will fit into the smallest car boot and is pretty easy to assemble with a numbering system on the catches. It features an integrated accessory station, a simple handle design and a USB charger for GPS devices. The LED display has a round timer, battery life display and multiple distance readings. The Easilock system secures a Motocaddy bag in place with no movement, there is an adjustable distance control and even a security system which requires a code to make the cart work – rendering it useless to would-be thieves.
Pricing | From £449.99 with an 18-hole lead acid battery to £649.99 with a 36-hole lithium battery.
“This is really easy to use and the steps for folding and unfolding are extremely simple. I like the added extras and in terms of functionality it is just a brilliant product.”
“A fantastic-looking trolley that is very easy to erect. It’s absolutely packed with added features and feels like a premium product when you use it.”