BIG MAX release new Z360 trolley

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Leading European trolley manufacturer BIG MAX has released a brand new model, featuring a 360-degree turning front wheel.


The Z360 takes trolley manoeuvrability to the next level with the rotating wheel, so the next time a golfer has to navigate their way through the trees after an errant drive, or turn their gear on the spot to get out of a jam on the tee, the Z360 will help get a golfer back on course.

At just 49x38x55cm, the Z360 marks another milestone in BIG MAX’s ultra-compact trolley range, folding down to fit easily in most car boots along with a full golf bag.

To add to size and manoeuvrability, the front wheel of the Z360 fixes in place with a flick of a switch to add further stability when needed on uneven ground.

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The Z360 also has a robust design, deluxe organiser panel, hand brake, adjustable handle and a simple folding mechanism, offering all the features to be expected from a BIG MAX push trolley.

The trolley is available in black, white, black and red, and black and yellow, with those colours matching the upcoming Aqua bags range from the brand.

The RRP for the Z360 is £199.99 and for more information, visit the BIG MAX website.

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