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

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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.

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