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Stewart Golf X9 Remote Controlled Golf Trolley Used - Very Good £621.71 Amazon Warehouse

£621.71 @ Amazon
Normally RRP at £1k. A few members at our club have these and although I'm not a fan of the newer "follow-me" variant - these original X9's are good looking, long lasting remote trolleys that seem t… Read More
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Normally RRP at £1k. A few members at our club have these and although I'm not a fan of the newer "follow-me" variant - these original X9's are good looking, long lasting remote trolleys that seem to cope with a wide variety of playing conditions and courses.

On Amazon Warehouse - so might have cosmetic imperfections but nothing that isn't likely to find it's way on to the machine after it's been in and out of the boot of the car a few times !! Metallic black only at this price and 2 left !!!

Stewart Golf are based in Gloucestershire and from experience are also extremely good at providing additional accessories and spare parts

The official blurb says
"FEATURES
Forward, left, right & reverse controls.
50m range with safety cut out.
Handset Skin included.
12v Lithium battery pack complete with soft case.
Multi-function handle with scorecard & ball holder.
Folded Size: 31.9cm (h), 66cm (w), 82cm (l)
V3 non-metallic wheel set.
X9 Remote Weight: 14.2kg
Battery Weight: 2.5kg
Warranty: 24 months

The new X9 Remote differs visually from the previous X7 Lithium only by the badge on the back of the machine and the removal of the aerial - the real differences are where you can't see them. Based on the same electronics system as the groundbreaking X9 Follow announced in April, the new X9 Remote uses the latest in Bluetooth technology to connect the machine to the compact handset.

The accuracy of the new Bluetooth communications system has allowed engineers at Stewart Golf to refine the remote steering even further. Coupled with the increased traction that the new V3 wheels provide, the X9 Remote is now smoother and more responsive than ever."
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#1
says "used"
#2
Looks like something a bomb disposal unit would use. Why would you need a remote control golf buggy over a normal electric one?
#3
bbfb123
Looks like something a bomb disposal unit would use. Why would you need a remote control golf buggy over a normal electric one?
so you can get fatter whilst you exercise? oO

Edited By: urbanbushwacker on Feb 02, 2017 20:04: add the word you
#4
Warehouse always says "used" - but in practice it's pretty much always packaging damage. Can be returned if not satisfied with quality.

The remote trolleys are quite useful for speeding up play - especially when there are "trolley exclusion zones" around greens. Saves having to walk back to collect your clubs after putting for example,

Average round a golf is between five and a half and six miles - so it's a good way to walk off 600 calories or so even on a flattish course. Extra calories for hills and carrying clubs of course - saw some stats somewhere of 1000+ calorie rounds - and sooooooo much nicer to burn calories whilst NOT sweating in lycra (though a few of them might go straight back on at the 19th hole)
#5
Robot Wars here I come!
#6
http://www.shinyshiny.tv/Johnny%205%20from%20Short%20Circuit.jpg
#7
I have the x5 and they are great units but take up boot space.... F1 would be my advice and my next upgrade...
#8
bbfb123
Looks like something a bomb disposal unit would use. Why would you need a remote control golf buggy over a normal electric one?
So when you've lost your balls. You can get some to roll over, for you then fumble in your bag. Just before they drop and you pull your shaft out. To finally take a swing and exalt the virtues of the realease a good back swing gives you.

Edited By: Oneday77 on Feb 02, 2017 18:21
#9
Oneday77
bbfb123
Looks like something a bomb disposal unit would use. Why would you need a remote control golf buggy over a normal electric one?
So when you've lost your balls. You can get some to roll over, for you then fumble in your bag. Just before they drop and you pull your shaft out. To finally take a swing and exalt the virtues of the realease a good back swing gives you.


i want what this guys on :D
#10
Not to **** on anyone's bonfire but follow the link and there is a brand new one available for £649...
#11
bbfb123
Looks like something a bomb disposal unit would use. Why would you need a remote control golf buggy over a normal electric one?
So you could do something more interesting?
#12
you must be ""off your Trolly" with this deal. :)

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