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PowerBug announces cutting edge names and lower uk pricing for its premium electric trolleys

11th November, 2015

PowerBug, one of Europe’s leading golf trolley manufacturers, has rebranded its two premium electric trolleys models in the UK as the GT8 and GT7, while announcing an ultra-competitive new pricing structure in both the lithium and lead acid battery versions.

PowerBug GT8 UltraV

Windsor-based PowerBug has become one of Europe’s biggest golf trolley suppliers by volume in a very short space of time. This rapid growth can be attributed to innovative designs and rugged build quality, resulting in many happy and loyal customers, all suitably impressed by PowerBug’s reliability, design quality, customer support and pricing.

Now, that pricing has become even more impressive, with PowerBug reducing the price tag significantly on its two premium models, and also rebranding its top-of-the-range UltraV model the GT8, and its ProTour model the GT7 in the UK.

Among the host of ingenious features built in to the groundbreaking GT8 is a revolutionary UV sensor in the display handle to alert golfers to the presence of potentially harmful Ultra Violet rays. The display also provides a wealth of other information from a clock and round-timer, to a distance-measuring feature. The GT8’s lightweight aircraft-grade tubular aluminium frame addresses the trolley user’s key concerns of weight and strength, while its simple folding mechanism allows for easy assembly and breakdown, fitting neatly into an 88 x 59 x 31cm space in either the car boot or garage.

The GT8 is available in black or white in both lithium and lead acid battery versions, with the lithium version now reduced by 25% in the UK from £599 to £449, and the lead acid version by over 28% from £350 to £249, representing incredible value for such a feature-packed electric trolley.

The GT7 is crammed full of perceptive little touches too, all designed to make the whole electric trolley experience as pleasurable and stress-free as possible. It is again crafted from lightweight aircraft-grade tubular aluminium, and engineered to fold down effortlessly into an even more compact space than the GT8. The handle features a lower-profile speed control switch to help prevent accidental activation - a common source of irritation on many power trolleys - while its anti-rotation cart bag support will prevent the bag from gradually turning to a point where everything is in the wrong place – another common bugbear of electric trolley users.

The GT7 is also available in black or white, with the lithium version now been reduced in the UK by over 27% from £550 to £399, and the lead acid model by more than 33%, meaning it will now, incredibly, be available for just £199 having previously retailed at £300.

Both the GT8 and GT7 come with PowerBug’s hugely reassuring and industry-leading five-year warranty programme that offers ultimate peace of mind to both retailers and consumers.

For further information on PowerBug and its exciting range of products visit:

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