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Small is beautiful, Nano is better - by Big Max
October 31, 2011

The Big Max Nano is being launched onto the UK market, offering unrivalled design features and minimal folding size.

Winner of the Caddy’s award for innovation at the Munich Golf show, the Big Max Nano is making its first appearance in the UK market. Designed and produced by Europe’s leading three wheel trolley company, Big Max, the Nano offers many unique and incredible features that set it apart at the top end of the market.

The Big Max Nano

The most innovative part of the Nano’s construction is the incorporation of an ultra lightweight lithium polymer battery into the tubular frame of the trolley. This gives the Nano a total weight of just 11.5 kg and removes the need for a cumbersome removable battery to be part of the folding mechanism.

With this innovation, Big Max has produced an electric trolley that folds down to one of the smallest sizes on the market and provides an ease of use that is unrivalled.

The Big Max folded The battery of the Big Max Nano
The Big Max folded The battery of the Big Max Nano

In addition to the battery and folding mechanism, the Nano offers many features that place it as one of the best in the market. It offers hands free operation; a maintenance free, gearless and brushless motor; a magnetic speed control that is cable free, allowing for perfectly smooth operation; forward and backward drive; a motor brake allowing a consistent speed and many other features that would be expected of the best electric trolleys.

This level of design and innovation doesn’t come cheap, but if you are looking for the best in electric trolleys, that provides everything that you could want from a trolley, and will fit in the boot of your sports car, the Nano is unrivalled at a SRP of £1495.

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