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Big Max- Are you looking for a lighter electric trolley?
by Carly Cummins
November 10, 2011

I think you'll agree that one of the most off-putting factors against purchasing an electric trolley is the weight. Most ladies simply don't have the strength to lift a heavy trolley in and out of our car boot and I've lost track of those who do so on a regular basis getting back problems. So it was with great interest that I received an email about a new lightweight electric trolley launching to the UK market called the Big Max Nano.

The Nano isn't cheap, but in terms of size and lightness it delivers where few others can. The most innovative part of the Nano's construction is the incorporation of an ultra-lightweight battery into the tubular frame of the trolley. This gives the Nano an incredible total weight of 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. On top of that the Nano has a simple 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 will impress you.

This level of design and innovation doesn't come cheap as the Nano costs £1494, but if you are looking for an incredibly lightweight electric trolley that folds down so small that it will fit in the boot of your sports car, the Nano is unrivalled. Visit www.bigmaxgolf.co.uk for more information or call 0844 209 8886.








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