..This is possibly the best upgrade to any existing electric trolley and you may never have to buy a battery again as it will last 10 x longer than a standard lead-acid or Gel battery and is the top grade LifePo4 grade Lithium,and now for first time on market…USB port on a 36 Hole Lithium battery.
NEW FOR 2018
►12V – 22Ah 36 Hole milage and a USB Port.
►5 Year FULL warranty (battery only)..1 year charger
►BMS (Battery Management System) built in as standard for safest lithium available
►Capable of providing over 2,000 rounds of golf.
►Intelligent Lithium charger included.taking only around 4.5 Hours for full charge
►Easy carry neoprene bag.
►Suitable for 36 holes Plus…
THIS BATTERY SPECIFICATION WILL REPLACE THE 12V 22AH IN THE MARKET AS THE ‘INDUSTRY STANDARD BIGGEST SELLER‘
►Voltage: 12V (nominal)
►Capacity: 22Ah with 2000 charge cycles(usages)
►Size: 168mm x 128mm x 126mm
FITS ALL TROLLEY BRANDS.
WHY A USB PORT?
Well…. So many customers have been asking for a 36 hole lithium with usb port, as only 16ah 18 hole lithiums have been brought to market with a usb port on the batteries,we in the main as a company mainly sell the bigger milage 22ah 36 hole lithium and we have now for 2018, the usb.It is ideal for the popular chargeing of phones, but also festivals,boats,and also computors,and even in a powercut.And we would point out even if customers have a usb on there trolley,its still handy to have than not have….
TORBERRY LEAD CONNECTORS;
Most Trolleys have red/black leads as standard on their trolley inc Motocaddy who with their ‘later’ models have blue/black torberry connectors. We would just like to mention that blue/black and powakaddy’s yellow/black torberry’s are exactly the same as the industry standard red/black as red goes to blue or yellow and black to black when fitted.(these 2 companies changed there colour torberry leads connections to ‘trick’ customers that ‘may think’ they can only buy from them), Which is NOT the case.(Stewart Golf also do this)
OLDER TROLLEYS; Please be aware that certain older well used electric trolleys ‘can’ in certain circumstances take out too many ‘amps’ that ‘can’ drag down any battery let alone a Lithium battery.We would like to make customers aware of this fact as at the very least the bigger milage battery will always give protection for any older well used machine that does do this.There is a issue also worth mentioning that Motocaddy have a issue with there ‘M Series’ trolley range that ‘some’ of there motors on some of these trolleys from day one of launch that do ‘drag down’ any battery(takes out too much juice from the battery)….(motocaddy have recently bought in extra 4,000 motors for this reason)The reason we are highlighting this is to possibly avoid any ‘difficult’ conversations with customers in the future as Lithium batteries outlast so many trolleys due to there virtual 100% reliability the occasional issue has in our industry started to happen so we feel its only right to highlight this possible long term issue.
Buying a new trolley is a significant investment. They start at around £300 and can be much more. One of the main influencing factors is your choice of battery. Do you go for an 18- or 36-hole option and should it be lead-acid, as is traditional, or lithium, which is much more expensive.
But the more you look at it, the more reasons there are to increase your initial outlay. Lithium batteries are:
♦ More reliable and last five times longer
♦ Much lighter (2.8kg against 7kg for a lead-acid one)
♦ Half the size
♦ More environmentally friendly
♦ Longevity is the main advantage and thus greater value for money. While lead-acid batteries usually last between 12 and 18 months, our lithium products have a five-year FULL warranty. Lead-acid batteries often deteriorate rapidly and are vulnerable to temperature fluctuations, especially during the winter. It’s realistic to estimate that a lead-acid battery may only deliver one season of regular golf. In contrast, Topcaddy lithiums are protected by an integrated Battery Management System and designed to handle at least 8 years of golf if not more, irrespective of temperature and downtime.
♦ How to Look after your Lithium; Not using for what ever reason say over winter or illness/injury/holiday etc just re charge after use and then leave off charge for up to 3 months if required. Then before re use just pop on charge for 10 mins and it will be ‘checked’. or in summer when used regulaly either re charge and leave on charge between uses or after re charge disconnect and then re use the re charge. doesnt matter at all which way the user does it..(the leave off charge way may make the charger last longer…..) the ‘BMS’ management ‘chip’ inside all lithiums protect the cells and battery.
Yet despite the evidence, British golfers continue to persevere with lead-acid. In Germany, for example, almost 100 per cent of trolley sales are with lithium. In the UK it is just 25 per cent.
It’s important to note there are different levels of quality. Our supplier produces more than 30 million top-quality batteries each year and supplies brands like Apple and Samsung.
Lithium batteries also offer the best option when it comes to weight, size and speed of re-charge. Lithium can accept top-up charges without causing damage, whereas a lead-acid has to be fully charged each time.
So why is it that we remain to be convinced? …we say…Once purchased all customers will realise how much better value they are!
OTHER RETAILERS FOR 22AH….Lite Power/Motocaddy…£249-Little Miracle...£227-Stealth...£229-American Golf…£225-Powakaddy…£229...