NAVIGATOR QUAD GYRO ELECTRIC TROLLEY
KEY TECH Gyro anti-deviation system keeps it stable across slopes and bumps Golfers who like extra features and a trolley that's easy to manoeuvre HOW MUCH £1,099 with a lithium battery AIMED AT
Tech-heavy electric trolleys are becoming more on trend every year, so it’s no surprise to see Europe’s biggest trolley brand, Big Max, add a remote-control model to its offering.
The Navigator Quad Gyro (£1,099) makes the most of a patented Gyro anti-deviation system that means it rights itself if it hits a bump, and can steer across a hill in a straight line.
It also features four wheels, with the front two benefitting from 360-degree rotation for very tight turning circles.
It’s a design that also puts less pressure points on the trolley’s structure than a traditional static third wheel would do.
The four-way remote control features a lock function to avoid accidental button pressing in your pocket, while twin motors and a 12v lithium battery deliver the power.
A colour display with variable speed settings and batterylevel indicator finish off the soft rubber handle area, and at just 700 x 575 x 320mm folded, it is compact enough to fit in virtually any car boot. All four wheels also have a quick release function.