Check out the new video for Motocaddy’s S7 Remote trolley. Filmed on location at Woburn, the dramatic video features spectacular aerial footage taken by a drone camera to highlight the benefits of the flagship trolley.
The informative video demonstrates the S7 Remote’s intelligent features, including dual pressure directional controls, lateral slope compensation and stabilising anti-tip rear wheel. Modelled by Richard Wallis – who boasts a Guinness World Record 14-under-par round in a professional tournament – the trolley is followed by drone cameras from unloading and setting up in the car park to steering with the remote control handset out on the lush fairways.
“The video has been produced to reflect the hi-tech design of the S7 Remote and show golfers the benefits of its extensive range of features,” said Marketing Manager Oliver Churcher. “The drone footage shows just how dynamic and intelligent the hands-free technology is, along with the stability provided on the most challenging of course terrains.”
The innovative S7 Remote was launched in early May and boasts a dual pressure control system that allows you to alter how much the trolley turns to the left or the right, simply by varying the pressure applied to buttons on the handset. As well as the dual-pressure directional buttons, you can also control the trolley’s speed going forwards or backwards depending on how long you hold the respective buttons down on the remote control device.
To maintain stability, a special mechanism enables each of the two motors to help compensate for lateral slopes, while a rear anti-tip wheel and a fully-rotating front wheel ensures the trolley travels smoothly without requiring additional guidance. The video also highlights the trolley’s clever electronics, which allows you to switch between the remote function and standard electric control mode by holding down the on/off button for one second.
The S7 Remote includes the brand’s patented USB charging port to charge GPS devices from the battery, plus speed and battery indicators.
A Motocaddy 20ah Lithium battery (18 holes) powers the S7 Remote.
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