Big Max launches new push trolleys

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Two brand new push trolleys are about to hit the market from Big Max as the brand brings together innovation and practicality.


The first new model is the IQ+, which has taken the basic design of its predecessor, the IQ, and added a whole load of new benefits that make it easier and better for the golfer.

Big Max describe it as an ‘ultra-compact’ trolley that will fit into any car boot alongside a set of golf clubs. It can also be unfolded in one easy move, and benefits from a robust construction that is ideal for carrying any size or weight of bag.

A hand brake, a closed organiser panel, a large storage net and two quick fix adaptors ensure you are prepared for all eventualities on the course.

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The second new trolley is the Ti1000 AutoFold, which draws on aspects of the brand’s best selling trolley, the Ti1000, and the unique folding system from its AutoFold trolley.

With a compact design and stable construction, it can accommodate any size, and like the IQ+, it can be packed away simply and easily. The front wheel tucks in under the body of the trolley before the Auto-Fix system clicks in place and the trolley is ready to pack away.

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The new Big Max IQ+ has an RRP of £199.99, and is available in four stylish colour combinations, with options available in Black/Lime, Black/Red, White/Lime, and White/Red.

The Ti1000 AutoFold also comes in several colour options and is the perfect addition for golfers who prioritise ease of use. Its RRP is £149.99.

For more information on these trolleys and the rest of the Big Max range, head over to bigmaxgolf.com

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