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Big Max launches the Blade
by Carly Frost
May 09, 2013

With the size of golf bags growing and the number of accessories you can cram into them increasing, a brand new 3 wheel trolley from Big Max offers golfers storage and transport options that cater for bulky equipment in a way that no other trolley does. Not content with making the best Ultra-Compact trolleys, Big Max has gone one further and is set to introduce the world's first Ultra-Slim trolley - The Blade

The Blade folds down perfectly flat without the need to remove the wheels. This enables it to sit comfortably at the bottom of most car boots with space left for a full golf bag to lie on top. In cases where there really is no room, the Blade will lie on the parcel shelf of virtually any car with its free carry case keeping dirt away from the interior.

And you don't need a degree in engineering to work out the mechanism. As is the way with all Big Max trolleys the beauty is in the design. Big Max's engineers have created a smooth, one fold system that allows the trolley to fold down while the wheels flip under the body of the trolley leaving it ready to store flat. At just 12.5 cm deep when folded, when it comes to going home the Blade takes minimal storage, slotting into the slimmest of spaces in its clean, dry carry case.

Folded out, the Blade delivers all you would expect from a Big Max push trolley with a stylish, user friendly design that glides along the fairways with ease. With its adjustable brackets the Blade will accommodate even the largest Tour bag and also features a compartment for storing scorecard or valuables, a magnetic ball marker, a net for holding drinks or accessories and both pencil and ball holders.

With the Blade, Big Max has again raised the bar on what is possible in trolley design. In so doing it has created a stylish and practical piece of golf equipment that reinforces the company's reputation for innovation and most of all, delivers what a golfer needs.

The Blade is priced at £299, for more information visit

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