What we say...
What’s the score?
Masters say the MT-E510 features glass-filled nylon moulded parts for added strength and durability, while the soft start means gradual acceleration – which should add up to reduced course damage. The trolley benefits from low profile, easy-to-clean tyres which also provide impressive levels of traction over a wide variety of golfing terrains.
What do we think?
First impressions count for a lot and we loved the cool silver frame of the MT-E510... and it was straightforward enough to assemble. The battery sits neatly underneath
your bag and it’s a decent offering. But the price didn’t match the basic nature of the machine. We were expecting it to be a good £50-£100 cheaper than it was, and we weren’t massively taken with the wheels – they just didn’t seem as robust as they could have been for the price. And that is the one sticking point for us, the price. It seems just a little on the expensive side for what you get.