MOTOCADDY UNVEILS FIRST PUSH TROLLEY WITH BUILT-IN GPS
Motocaddy has broken new ground in the golf trolley market by introducing the world’s first push trolley that features built-in GPS technology.
Based on the electric Cube trolley that it launched last summer, Motocaddy’s new Cube Connect push trolley boasts a digital display unit which provides front, middle and back distances to the green for more than 40,000 courses worldwide, plus shot measurements, smartphone alerts, and a clock and timer – all of which can be controlled directly from the trolley’s handle.
When synced to the Motocaddy GPS app via a Bluetooth connection on any compatible smartphone, it can be pre-set to receive notifications alerting golfers to a missed call, text, email or range of app alerts, including WhatsApp and Facebook. The smartphone can remain connected, even when placed in a golf bag.
The battery-powered screen can be tilted up and down for easy viewing and is attached to a height adjustable handle.
Other features of the Cube Connect include a two-step assembly system that allows it to quickly fold down to fit into the smallest of car boots; a foot-operated parking brake; quick-release oversized wheels; a folding lock; adjustable bag supports, and a bag-to-trolley connection system that removes the need for a lower bag strap. It also boasts an under-handle net, an integrated accessory compartment, and holes for carrying tees and balls.
“Since its launch last year, the Cube has been our top-selling push trolley, so to combine it with our proven Connect technology, and expand our GPS range, is something we think golfers will be really excited about, and we’re confident it will be a huge hit with push trolley users looking for an ultra-modern, gadget-packed model.”
The Cube Connect is available with a graphite frame with blue trim and has an RRP of £219.99.
For more information, visit www.motocaddy.com.
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