Review: Golfstream Vision Brake electric golf trolley

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By James Tait Published: 30 May 2024
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A reliable electric golf trolley that won't break the bank

Who's it for?

Perfect for the golfer looking for a simple and easy electric trolley that is compact when folded.

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  • A distance control function allows the trolley to be sent away for distances of 10, 20 and 30 metres
  • Its new electronic braking system ensures that your trolley will only creep slowly down even severe slopes and inclines
  • The new full-colour screen displays speed and battery life


  • Doesn't have all the bells and whistles compared to other options

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Golfstream Vision Brake Electric Golf Trolley review

If you’re looking for a new electric trolley that is compact and simple to you use check out the new Golfstream Vison Brake electric trolley.

The new Vision Brake electric trolley from Golfstream is packed with premium performance features, including a new electronic braking system, a full-colour display unit, and a fast one-click folding system that comes at an attractive price, especially if you only need an 18-hole battery.

The First Look

It’s simple and slick in looks and is great on the eye when fully extended and it is also very compact when folded down.

Its yellow and black detailing is subtle but clean and it’s very easy to fold down in and out of the car. It folds down to just 59cm x 28cm x 86cm to fit in the smallest spaces and car boots, while a magnetic latch holds the trolley together. All in all, a good looking golf trolley.



The Tech

So what features does the new Golfstream Vision Brake trolley have? Here’s what they have to say about it.

A distance control function allows the trolley to be sent away for distances of ten, 20 and 30 metres, while its speed can be adjusted on the dial from as slow as 0.5 up to a 9.5 in increments of 0.5, so that you can perfectly match it to your pace.

Its new electronic braking system ensures that your trolley will only creep slowly down even severe slopes and inclines.

The new full-colour screen, which sits on the centre of the handle unit, can be personalised with a golfer’s details, while there is a simplicity’ mode accessed through the button on the handle for golfers who just want to get on with their game with the minimum of fuss.

An 18-hole lithium CaddyCell LifePO4 battery, is supplied as standard, and sits in a sleek power platform that is conveniently designed to take almost all other popular brands of batteries. It drives a 200w whisper-quiet motor that will carry your clubs with ease across all terrains.

There is also a 36-hole LifePO4 battery for golfers wishing to play more golf on a single charge. CaddyCell batteries include a USB charging point for GPS devices, mobile phones, and other gadgets that might need a power boost during the course of a round, and they come with a no-quibble, three-year guarantee.

Its high-grip PU tyres are five times more durable than normal tyres, ensuring the Vision Brake provides a super-smooth, cushioned ride for your clubs and valuables. Boasting eye-catching yellow accents, the colour scheme can be quickly swapped to any one of five other colours from Golfstream’s range, including red, dark blue, light blue, black and green.

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The bunkered Verdict

If you want a trolley that has simple features to make your round easier and stress free this will be a great option.

Easy and simple to store and assemble and with different batteries to choose from you will be able to find the perfect option for you.

The Details

Available: Now
RRP: £499 – without a battery, £599 with an 18-hole lithium battery, £649 for the 36-hole battery.

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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