Smartcaddy reveal top trolley offer!

2015 06 Ku8 C9808

British golf trolley brand Smartcaddy are offering all customers £100 cash back on every electric trolley purchased by June 30.


If that wasn’t enough reason to lay your hands on one of the trolleys, Smartcaddy are also giving away a FREE accessory pack worth £60 with every purchase.

Each trolley in the range is constructed from aerospace quality aluminium in a distinctive wave design and will be assembled at the company’s facility in Nottingham, allowing Smartcaddy to have total control over the quality of every trolley.

All fasteners are marine quality stainless steel to give greater longevity and enhanced appearance, while the trolleys use the latest Lithium-Ion battery technology to cover 27-36 holes with ease.

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The lightweight batteries also reduce the overall weight of the trolleys by an impressive margin, while also allowing them to fold down to a compact size for easy transportation.

Choose from single motor, twin motor, or the top of the range twin motor with remote control.

All trolleys, chargers and batteries are backed up with a full three-year warranty and with each model offering a contemporary look and able to be assembled in less than 60 seconds, the incredible value-for-money of the range has got even better with this latest offer.


To take advantage of this offer, please call Smartcaddy directly on 01159 361007. To have a look at the company's electric trolley range, visit  http://www.smartcaddy.co.uk/trolleys/electric.

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