The compact-folding M1 DHC electric trundler offers the same pioneering features as the new M1, but adds downhill braking and an electronic parking brake - allowing it to maintain a constant speed while moving down a gradient - even on the steepest of slopes.
Along with its SlimFold design and inverting wheels for a significantly reduced folded footprint, the M1 DHC includes a new full colour LCD screen offering nine speed settings and a battery meter, plus a soft-touch ergonomic handle, fully adjustable to a range of heights by hand. Powered by a 'next-generation' 28V electrical system and whisper-quiet 230W DHC motor, the M1 DHC seamlessly combines power and efficiency.
Other features include an integrated safety cut-out system; auto-open stand mechanism; oversize frame for unprecedented handle stability; plus the exclusive Motocaddy EASILOCK™ bag-to-trolley connection system, which removes the need for a lower bag strap.
IDEAL FOR: Space-conscious golfers looking for an easy-to-use trundler for undulating courses
- Automatic Downhill Control
- Electronic parking brake
- All terrain DHC wheels
- World’s simplest folding compact trolley
- Optimal folded footprint - 11% smaller*
- SlimFold car boot friendly profile
- Next generation, High Power 28V system
- Full colour LCD screen
- Speed indicator & Battery meter
- Super-light Lithium battery - 33% smaller*
- On board charging - no need to remove battery
- Oversize tubing for ultimate handle stability
- Innovative inverting wheels
- Convenient auto-open stand
- Simple, fully-adjustable handle height
- Powerful, whisper-quiet 230W DHC motor
- EASILOCK™ compatible
- Available in Graphite
|DIMENSIONS:||650mm (L) x 470mm (W) x 410mm (H)|
|VOLTAGE:||28V High Power|
|WARRANTY LENGTH:||24 months|
|COLOUR OPTIONS:||Available in Graphite|
My husband commandeered my S5 Connect so I decided to go simple but effective - no fancy gadgets - DHC is the main feature and I am very pleased. The DHC works well going down hills, and the park brake is very handy - not only the park brake which you have to turn on, but on small slopes it will stay still without the park brake being engaged. It folds up well. Haven't noticed it tipping yet.
not bad 2 faults I've found first one will tip backwards when going up hill 2nd if the ground wet park brakes are ineffective slide down hill one full cycle of battery did 72 hole
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