What we say...
It speaks volume about the quality of the trolleys on test that this offering finished near the bottom.
If you like your gadgets, ie a trolley that works using a remote, then this is absolutely sensational for just £350.
But both Ian and Fergus found it a little difficult to get used to, which obviously brought its overall mark down, but Jon and Dave were big fans. The remote control included was responsive and the device was easy to control. A really sleek bit of kit that gadget fans will love.
Functions: Smart remote control, fingertip adjustable speed controller, distance control function
Battery Options: 18-hole lead acid £335, 36-hole lead acid £350
Size when folded: 58cm x 80cm x 30cm
www.protrolley.com or 0844 549 9510
Pro Trolley Electric Trolleys User Reviews
Ive had my GT300 (with remote) for about 4 years now. Overall ive been happy with it but if I had a couple of criticisms.... 1... The speed switch is a fairly small rotary wheel on the top of the handle and not the best for "feel" 2... The battery cradle is quite shallow and many times over rough terrain the battery has looked close to coming adrift. Other than that, it does the business. Ian Stuart Tyne and Wear.
Had it for a couple of years, bits fell off, batteries kept failing, wrong chargers sent. It started playing up, setting off on its own, not starting. Went to the website . It was "under maintenance" for a couple of months. (Gone bust?) Eventually the trolley set off on its own, turned and committed suicide by throwing itself into a river. Killed itself, my lithium battery and I tore my golf bag trying to recover it.
Bought one in September 2009. Within weeks the front tyre split, (it was replaced). Then the rear 'stabiliser' wheel broke off, bracket replaced. At 6 months the frame snapped, they took it back and repaired it. Finally at just on a year old the drive wheels came off. The trolley is badly design and shoddily made.