Now more than one in four (27%) are using lightweight and compact Lithium batteries as a means of making the game less expensive and physically exerting. Is it time for you to go Lithium?
Now more than one in four (27%) are using lightweight and compact lithium batteries as a means of making the game less expensive and physically exerting.
Most manufacturers are now offering lithium batteries and although still relatively new technology the benefits include longer lifetimes, lighweight construction, compact design and provide a more reliable and cost effective alternative to the tradtional lead acid.
Motocaddy introduced a five-year warranty on its lithium batteries back in 2012 offering greater peace of mind and since then it has added 18-hole versions that have proved an attractive alternative to the popular 36-hole lithium battery.
Motocaddy 18 and 36-hole lithium batteries have a RRP of £199.99 and £249.99 respectively.