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Equipment news: Motocaddy add Quikfold to S1 and S3 trolleys

Equipment news: Motocaddy add Quikfold to S1 and S3 trolleys

Motocaddy's new Quikfold technology means it takes just five seconds to fold or unfold the trolley
 

Motocaddy is introducing a super-fast folding mechanism on its popular S1 Pro and S3 Pro trolleys that allows golfers to fold or unfold their trolley within seconds.

The new S1 Pro and S3 Pro trolleys have been in development for over a year and boast one of the simplest folding systems on the market, thanks to a clever sliding catch that activates the mechanism and then locks the trolley once folded up or down. 

It can take just five seconds to fold or unfold the trolley.

“The inspiration for the Quikfold mechanism came from research that showed golfers are looking for a folding system that is both quicker and easier to use,” said marketing manager Oliver Churcher. 

“Customers are now getting extra value for money – in addition to the existing features they can now also take advantage of a super-fast folding design.”

The S1 PRO trolley features a fully-patented USB charging port to power GPS devices directly from the trolley battery, as well as an easy-to-use adjustable distance control feature to send the trolley independently on a choice of three distances. 

The S3 Pro offers even more features within its full-colour screen, including ‘lost ball’ and ‘round’ timers.
 
Both Quikfold models boast Motocaddy’s popular S-Series trolley frame, which is based on an aerospace-grade aluminium S-shaped design that is ultra-lightweight and sturdy. Quick-release wheels also make transportation easier.

The new Motocaddy S1 Pro and S3 Pro trolleys are available from March in Alpine and Black frame colours. 

S1 Pro with Quikfold

– 18-hole Lead-Acid battery – SRP: £349.99  
– 36-hole Lead-Acid battery – SRP: £379.99 
– 18-hole Motocaddy Lithium battery – SRP: £499.99 
– 36-hole Motocaddy Lithium battery – SRP: £549.99

S3 Pro with Quickfold

– 18-hole Lead-Acid battery – SRP: £399.99  
– 36-hole Lead-Acid battery – SRP: £429.99 
– 18-hole Motocaddy Lithium battery – SRP: £549.99
– 36-hole Motocaddy Lithium battery – SRP: £599.99

James Savage

Former equipment editor of NCG. Inconsistent ball-striker and tea-maker.

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