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New golf equipment 2021: Stewart Golf
Stewart Golf are back for 2021 with some updates to the classic X series allowing them to introduce the new X10. This product started out as the X1 remote in 2003 and has grown and developed through numerous models since most recently the X9 Follow.
The X10 will be available in both remote a follow versions. Each feature the same EcoDrive motor technology that was launched with the Q Follow. This is 40% more efficient than we saw in the previous X9 follow so you can get those extra holes in after lockdown.
The X10 Follow features the seventh iteration of the companies famous follow system. A big upgrade this year is the optimisation of the handset electronics to match the trolley.
Both products are made right here in the UK at the companies ever expanding manufacturing plant.
“As a company lead by engineers, it’s in our DNA to constantly develop and improve our machines. The X Series has been a fixture of our product range since day one and it remains integral to the business.” – David Funnell, Managing Director
I absolutely loved testing out the Q Follow last year so I can’t wait to get my hands on these!
But that’s not all that’s new this season, Stewart Golf have expanded their 2021 line-up with the addition of the Q Remote.
I love that distinctive texture on the main body of the trolley. This is actually a microcellular composite chassis which helps deliver an extremely strong yet sleek design.
The Q Remote has many of the same features we see in the Q Follow but comes in at a significantly lower price point.
To say how much tech is in this trolley it is seriously compact. In fact it folds down small enough to be lifted one-handed. It is designed to stand both vertically and horizontally, making it very practical for transporting and storing.
One of my favourite features of the Q Follow is the free smartphone app that let’s you see how much battery life you have left. It is especially handy if you’ve forgotten to charge your battery and want to know how much juice is left. Again this is available in the Q remote which comes with 18 or 36 hole battery options. Both are plug and play keeping you wire free.
When it comes to the remote, Stewart Golf’s bluetooth system allows you a range of up to 50 metres, as well as three cruise control speeds. The trolley is super stable on sloping terrains thanks to an ultra low centre of gravity and a rear stabiliser.
The trolley also features a scorecard holder, soft- touch silicone handle and bag strap, handset storage, anti-twist locking bag key, four accessory points, quick release wheels, and an umbrella holder mount as standard.
As with all the company’s trolleys, every one is designed, engineered, and built by hand in Gloucestershire.
More info: Stewart Golf website
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