S1 DHC TROLLEY
KEY TECH S1 updated with downhill speed control and electronic parking brake Golfers who tend to play on hilly courses HOW MUCH £499.99 to £549.99 AIMED AT
Keen to find ways to make its offerings more practical and less intrusive on your round, Motocaddy has introduced an advanced version of its popular S1 model, which will feature downhill speed control and an electronic parking brake.
The chief update means it can now maintain a constant speed while moving down a gradient. This works thanks to a single motor that automatically adjusts the trolley’s power output to control the rate of descent, meaning the user does not have to do anything.
In real terms, it means you won’t find yourself pulling on the handle to stop your trolley running away downhill, nor will you need to slow down the speed setting as you approach a downhill slope.
A new parking brake has also been introduced, which holds it in position on even the steepest of gradients.
As well as the obvious advantages of ease of use and control on undulating courses, the S1 DHC is significantly lighter than previous dual-motored models that have boasted similar functionality, making it easier to transport.
The S1 DHC is only available with a lithium battery at £499.99 for the standard version, or £549.99 for the extended lithium version.