Stewart Golf F1 Lithium Electric Trolley Review

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  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • RRP £2500

What we say...

What’s the score?
Stewart’s previous stand-out trolley was the X3R. It was a great bit of kit, but my word was it a heavy son of a gun. The F1 Lithium was developed to keep all of the cool features of the X3R, but making it an all-round lighter package. In fact, it’s 45% lower in weight than the X3R, tipping the scales at 12kg.

What do we think?
The remote controlled F1 Lithium trolley is a different beast to every other model we featured. For a start, you can’t put your own bag on it… the integrated Stewart bag
provided is a major part of the trolley. But this isn’t a bad thing necessarily – you simply clip the bag into the trolley base and you’re ready to roll, so eliminating the need for fiddly catches or clips. The LCD screen tells you when you need to change the battery, in both the trolley and the handset. Talking of batteries, it fits snugly inside the belly of F1. It’s a stunning looking piece of equipment but it’s also very expensive! At over two grand, you could buy a car for that!

Contact: www.stewartgolf.com

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  • 4 out of 5 costly - but effective!

    By clay

    Mad amount of money - but bloody great. They are different and utter class... I got one after a surprise windfall. I thought what the hell I'm gonna treat mysellf.. and it's been brilliant. the amount of times people have stopped to talk to me about it is brill....   And it simply does a great job....    

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