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Big Max launch Autofold FF

February 9, 2016

BIG MAX, Europe's most owned push cart brand, is set to introduce its latest model for 2016, the innovative Autofold FF.

Pioneers of FOLD FLAT technology, BIG MAX has incorporated this innovative feature into its best-selling Autofold model, producing the Autofold FF. This premium push cart folds flat in one swift movement, its three wheels automatically folding under the body of the cart and fixing in place with BIG MAX Auto-Fix technology. This leaves the cart ready to fit into a car boot with room for a full golf bag on top. In cases where there really is no room, the Autofold FF will lie on the parcel shelf of virtually any car.

Ian Waddicar, Managing Director at BIG MAX U.K. commented, "The Autofold FF takes all the hassle out of transporting, using and storing a trolley. You can fold and unfold in two simple movements, store it in places that other carts just won't fit and when you're on the course it just glides along the fairways."

The Autofold FF also benefits from a host of other features. It boasts the stability and adjustability to take the largest of TOUR bags, an organiser panel with secure storage compartment and two Quick Lok bases for BIG MAX accessories such as umbrella holder and gps holder. With a handy footbrake for secure stops and height adjustable handle the Autofold FF perfectly combines simplicity and practicality. With four accented colourways that complement the BIG MAX waterproof AQUA bag ranges, the Autofold FF adds style to its repertoire too!

Available in white, white-cobalt, black-red, black

SRP: £239

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