6 reasons to buy the new Big Max trolley

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Europe’s most owned push cart brand, Big Max, is set to introduce the Navigator Quad Gyro to its electric trolley range.

But why should you feel tempted to buy one of them? Here are six reasons…

1. Amazing stability

Remote control isn’t new, but the robust stability delivered by the Navigator certainly is. The lead technology is called the Gyro anti-deviation system. Quite simply, the Navigator can’t be knocked off course, whatever the terrain.

2. Four wheels

As well as four wheels, the front two benefit from 360 degree rotation, giving ‘on the spot’ manoeuvrability while minimising the stress on the body of the trolley that happens when turning with a static third wheel.

3. But there can be five, too!

When it’s really hilly, a fifth wheel can be added allowing the Navigator to be remotely driven up the steepest of hills without the fear of it falling backwards.

4. It’s immensely fun to use

Ian Waddicar, UK managing director for Big Max, said: “The Navigator Quad Gyro is about as much fun as you can have with a golf trolley. It’s simple to use, great fun to play with and the technology keeps you going whatever the course throws at you.”

5. It’s customisable

Height adjustable handle and adjustable brackets offer options for a golfer and their gear, while clever touches such as an integrated compartment for a solar charging system (sold separately) for any golfing gadgets and GPS holder with in-built recharging cable, provide luxury touches expected with a premium product such as this.

6. It’ll easily fit in your boot

At just 700 x 575 x 320mm when folded, the Navigator is compact enough to fit in virtually any car boot with a full golf bag and where necessary, all four wheels have quick release function.

Big Max Navigator Quad Gyro :: More information

The Big Max Navigator Quad Gyro has an RRP of £1,099. For more information, visit www.bigmaxgolf.com.

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