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Motocaddy M-TECH : A new luxury compact trolley combining performance with striking design

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Motocaddy, Ireland’s top-selling powered trolley brand, has unveiled its latest pioneering M-Series model – the M-TECH – which combines superior performance, striking design and luxury finishes to produce the ultimate in golf club transportation.

Available in a limited quantity, the premium M-TECH model heads up the compact-folding M-Series range and features a super-lightweight high capacity 36+ M-TECH Lithium battery and next generation, high power 28V electronics.

The luxury finishes include hand-stitched genuine leather handle grips alongside a sunlight friendly, full colour LCD screen, plus polished chrome detailing, carbon-fibre styling and exclusive M-TECH all terrain tyres with the Motocaddy logo featured on the tread.

“The M-TECH signals the latest generation of Motocaddy trolley design,” said Oliver Churcher, Motocaddy Marketing Manager. “We’ve worked tirelessly with our designers in combining premium feel and luxury touches with the tried and tested performance benefits the brand is known for.”

Bursting with game-enhancing functions, the compact-folding M-TECH includes Automatic Downhill Control and an electronic parking brake, ideal for golfers who play on undulating courses, plus the world’s simplest compact folding system and space-saving inverted wheels to help achieve a significantly reduced folded footprint.

Other standout features include three distance measurements (Drive, Round and Life); a USB charging port; Adjustable Distance Control (up to 60-yards); a CartLock security pin code; Advanced battery meter; a clock and round timer; a simple, fully-adjustable handle height, plus nine speed settings.

“We’re confident the M-TECH will be a huge success. It ticks all the boxes for the golfer who wants a premium product that not only looks stunning out on the course, but also includes a host of performance-enhancing features to allow them to enjoy their game and play their best,” added Oliver.

The Motocaddy M-TECH is available now with a 3-year trolley warranty (plus 5-year warranty on the battery). The RRP is €1499.99.

For more information on all Motocaddy trolleys, bags, batteries and accessories, please visit www.motocaddy.com.

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