Big Max add to push trolley range

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Big Max has increased its ultra-compact push trolley range with the addition of the Autofold+ and Blade+.


Building on two of the company’s most successful and innovative trolleys of recent years, the two models have been designed with increased practicality, with other new features and looks.

The Blade+ (above) is the height of Big Max innovation, folding down perfectly flat without the need to remove the wheels, enabling it to sit comfortably at the bottom of most car boots with space left for a full golf bag to lie on top.

And in cases where there really is no room, the Blade+ will lie on the parcel shelf of virtually any car.

The Blade+ also features an improved folding mechanism, allowing the trolley to fold down while the wheels flip under the body, leaving it ready to store flat. At just 12.5cm deep when folded, when it comes to going home, the Blade+ takes up barely any storage space.

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Autofold+

The Autofold+ (above), as the name suggests, folds with ease using a mechanism that collapses the front wheel under the trolley.

With its Auto-Fix technology, the trolley clicks into place as it smoothly packs away. An improved organiser panel including a storage compartment, along with a handbrake, adjustable brackets and 2 Quick-Lok ports for Big Max accessories finish off the practical features that make the Autofold+ incredibly easy to use.

In both of these new additions, Big Max has introduced colour accents that complement the designs on show in its Aqua waterproof bag series.

Base colours of black and white are highlighted with red, lime and yellow to give trolleys that stand out on the fairway. When paired with bags, they co-ordinate to a tee and with a five-year warrantee on both trolleys, they marry reliability to their practicality and style.

The Blade+ has an SRP of £279, while the Autofold+ has an SRP of £149.99. For more information, visit the Big Max website or ‘like’ them on Facebook.

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