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Looking to splash out on an electric trolley.

 

I have narrowed it down to motocaddy S1 with a lithium battery (£399) or the powakaddy FW5 with lead acid battery (£349)

 

Basically I dont want to spend more than £400. The motocaddy has the lithium battery but less features than the Powakaddy....but the powakaddy is lead acid.Is it really that much heavier?

 

I am stuck in the middle here. Does anyone own these? any input or opinions? Would appreciate it!!

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Hmmm, not quite as expensive as I first thought, but maybe not that far off either, since I have no current Idea of the conversion rate from Pounds to Dollars. My buddy was thinking about getting one. I told him they might be the better part of a thousand buck per! That idea went out the window real fast!

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My wife has this one (Caddy Trek), it's a remote control plus it has a button that makes it follow her.  Stays about 6 paces behind her.  

http://www.caddytrek.com/product/r2/

 

She used to have this one, but didn't like it.

http://www.carttek.com/remote-control-caddies/grx-1200r/

 

 

 

 

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On 6/22/2016 at 7:50 PM, iacas said:

Good luck. Electric carts were a bit more popular a decade or so ago. They seem to have declined in popularity lately.

That may be true up north, but there seem to be a lot of guys using them where I play. The Kangaroo seems to be very popular. They are expensive, but the factory is about 1.5 hours away, and the guys can take their carts there for repairs.

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