Stowamatic Titanium GT Electric Trolley Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating Not yet rated
  • Owner Rating 2 out of 5
  • RRP £199.99

What we say...

What’s the score?
A value-formoney offering for less than £199, the Stowamatic Titanium GT might not be on your traditional trolley radar but the quality looks and sturdy feel of the machine might just get you thinking, especially in these days of economic downturn.

What do we think?
The quality of the Stowamatic was, if we’re honest, a bit of a surprise. It certainly wasn’t a pre-review favourite, but we loved the spaceage colour of the frame and it was certainly sturdy and robust when we got it all assembled. The wheelbase was definitely on the wide side which added to the stability and the easy-to-use speed control was exactly that. And as its name suggests, the Stowamatic folded down neatly too once we removed the battery. And one thing we loved about the Titanium GT was that it “clicked” together when it was folded down, meaning you could pick it up from anywhere on the trolley without fear of squeezing some flesh in a tightening hinge.

The Stowamatic Titanium GT Electric Golf Trolley is an award-winning electric trolley from Stowamatic. Designed and endorsed by Ian Woosnam with an endless amount of features. Extra strong titanium finished frame offers unbelievable strength for terrain of all nature. Brilliant folding design folds trolley up in just two easy steps for easy storage and transportation.

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Stowamatic Electric Trolleys User Reviews

  • 3 out of 5 No spares available

    By JR

    Admittedly I have had this trolley for nearly 5 years but when I contacted Stowamatic to discuss a repair they told me they have no spares at all. You'd have thought it was 20 years old. The top bar has sheared and the guy said the only solution would be to make my own replacement part from a piece of metal tubing!! This is a shame because it had done a reasonable job for the price and I recently bought a replacement battery which will now be useless.

  • 1 out of 5 No spares available

    By Qwerty

    Bought a GT electric trolley, three years later no spare parts. No wheels no clutches. Have to buy new trolley, not stowamatic.

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