At a glance
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- Owner Rating
Easy to assemble, collapse, store and very light in weight. Also very stable and smooth to operate, pushing or pulling. Great value, too. Super overall package.
Could be more difficult to use for older, less fit users in winter conditions, but no more so than other non-battery driven trolleys.
- RRP £139.99
What we say...
This is the most feature-packed push trolley PowaKaddy has ever made. It features a lightweight, robust aluminium frame with a quick-fold system for a swift and easy set-up from its compact folded size to fully upright. Quick-release sporty wheels make set-up even easier and with the user-friendly foot brake and front wheel adjustment, the TwinLine 4 can be adjusted to fit varying ride height requirements. An umbrella holder comes as standard.
As reviewed in our Trolley Test 2014, tested by Tom Kelby (Handicap 15) - winner of our Gold Award: For anyone with a big golf bag and no time to mess around with batteries, this is the trolley for them. I found it incredibly simple to assemble and fold away and it compacts into a small unit for easy storage in the boot of a small car. Plus you can remove the wheels, which makes the folded down size even smaller. I tested it in the summertime, on a hilly course and found it very easy to manoeuvre. The brake also is a godsend on sloping fairways. The handle provides more than adequate storage for balls, tees, drinks, etc and a useful dry space for your wallet and other valuables. It is a very well designed, modern-looking trolley that will appeal to younger golfers as well as us veterans, although having the front wheel asymmetrically to the side is strange to view at first. Having three wheels gives you the option to push as well as pull the trolley and makes it extra stable especially on uneven surfaces. All in all I found it the best non-motorised trolley I’ve ever used and you really do get a lot for your money.
Powakaddy Electric Trolleys User Reviews
Just purchased a Twinline 4 and the instructions quite clearly state that when setting up the trolley to use , rotate the front wheel 180 degrees so that it is at the centre of the cart ! So either the design has changed or the Todaysgolfer reviewer was using the trolley with the front wheel in the wrong position .