What we say...
Motocaddy’s S1 Lite Trolley has undergone a big upgrade that has made it far more user-friendly
What we say: Following an extensive upgrade, the Motocaddy S1 Lite feature-packed push trolley now incorporates a stylish soft-touch ergonomic handle and exclusive Quikfold mechanism, allowing golfers to fold or unfold the trolley in under five seconds. Easy-run oversized wheels at the back and an anti-clog wheel housing at the front ensure a smooth ride. A foot parking brake and insulated pouch supports. In black and alpine.
Soft-Touch Ergonomic Handle & Lightweight Frame (5.3kg)
QUIKFOLD Mechanism & Parking Brake
EASILOCK™ Compatible & Adjustable Bag Supports
Insulated Food & Beverage Pouch
Motocaddy Electric Trolleys User Reviews
I've been using this trolley for a couple of years, along with the accessories which I feel has helped my game (brolly up, scorecard holder, GPS cradle). However, the wheelbase of the trolley is too narrow, and in windy conditions, the trolley and bag are too easily blown over.
I bought this for myself last week after a few weeks of deliberating between this and the Sun Mountain version. I also got a Motocaddy bag so thought it would be 'nice' to have the full monty as such. Looks good, it is light and doesn't take up to much room in the boot (wheels come off easy), handy little bag which is handier than I thought but... The two issues..... It is a mud magnet. I spent more time clearing off the wheels in order to push it than I did looking for balls, especially the front one which gets clogged up under the mud guard. I realsie this will happen but not one of my fellow players had anywhere near this issue with various differant makes and models. Second issue is the accessory station and bits and bobs are just ridiculous with the prices. I did buy the trolley cover and the bag it comes in broke the first time I used it. So because of these two issues I wish I had not got the matchnig set and bought the Sun Mountain (which comes with various accessories as standard) I was a fool