Powakaddy's RX1 GPS offers latest in GPS and remote control technologies

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Electric trolley giants launch two new models
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February 15, 2023
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PowaKaddy has unveiled its RX Remote Range which includes its first touchscreen remote controlled GPS trolley. 

The RX1 and the RX1 GPS feature a range of premium technologies, evolving PowaKaddy’s 2023 offering and allowing golfers to take charge of their PowaKaddy trolley with more ease than ever before.

The RX1 (RRP £1199.99) and RX1 GPS (£1449.99) boast a slimline remote-control handset that has a 50-metre range, giving golfers complete wireless control of their electric trolley from the palm of their hand. Additionally, the swivel front wheel offers smooth manoeuvring in all conditions, while the Slope Traverse Assist (STA) helps to keep the trolleys stable on all terrains.

The RX1 is equipped with a 3.5” full-colour widescreen display, while the RX1 GPS features a 3.5” touchscreen OCA display, which is pre-loaded with more 40,000 courses worldwide –no annual fees or subscriptions are required. The trolley also benefits from a Bluetooth Connected App for iOS and Android that allows for quick golf course updates.

Furthermore, both models feature twin 30v 230w near-silent motors, a Smartphone/GPS device USB charging port, an anti-tip rear wheel, a height-adjustable soft touch handle, a 2-year warranty, and PowaKaddy’s high-performance low-profile PowaFrame® Chassis. 

The latest models in PowaKaddy’s market leading range of trolleys are powered by a special RX specific next-generation Lithium 30v Max™ Plug ’n’ Play™ XL-Plus battery, which is 40% smaller than the previous model, fully IP66 water and dust rated, and is the thinnest, lightest, and most powerful Lithium battery on the market, delivering up to 20% more power than previous models.

"We’re thrilled to be introducing the all-new RX Remote Range," said Graeme Wigham, Sales Director at PowaKaddy. "This trolley range represents our latest innovations and technologies, and is evidence of our commitment to staying at the forefront of electric trolley design. We are confident that both the RX1 and the RX1 GPS will be a big hit in 2023."

For more information on PowaKaddy’s electric trolleys visit www.powakaddy.com or contact the sales team on 01795 473555 or email sales@powakaddy.co.uk 

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