Electric Trolley Test: Powakaddy FW7


"Hard to find any faults with this trolley"

About | If you aspire to own the best electric trolley on the market then PowaKaddy’s premium FW7 is about as good as it gets this year, combining 21st-century engineering, modern design and cutting-edge digital functionality. Features include the new Plug ‘n’ Play battery system, lightweight PowaFrame and an array of the latest user-friendly digital technology, displayed on the full-colour LCD widescreen. A soft-touch T-Bar grip with function buttons, a digital power gauge and a battery fuel indicator allows users to select trolley speeds and view the machine’s capacity. ADF enables the trolley to be sent variable distances from five to 50 yards. There is even a USB charging point and, for the security conscious, an anti-tamper security pin lock.
Pricing | £445 standard battery, £480 extended range, £610 lithium, £665 extended lithium.

Testers’ comments
“My favourite trolley on the test. The looks are sleek, it’s well designed and the attention to detail in terms of additional features is second to none.”
“It’s very light and easy to fold away. I like the way the battery just slots straight into the trolley.”

Previous article
Next article