The remote control handset has a range of 50 metres and moves the trolley forward, left, right and in reverse, with an additional pause and resume feature. It can also switch from remote to manual mode and back again if the user wants to control it from the handle like a regular trolley.As well as offering Automatic Downhill Control, there is an emergency stop and a new handset lock function which prevents accidental button pushes.
The LCD screen on the trolley includes an extra battery meter indicating the capacity of the handset, with the handset able to clip onto the trolley frame for convenient access and storage, as well as for easy recharge via a USB.
Featuring a wider wheel-base than standard M-Series models, while a pair of anti-skid rear wheels and an extra (removable) anti-tip wheel at the back ensure stability on all terrains. Powered by a 28.8V system, it has nine speed settings, a speed indicator and battery meter, plus a lightweight Lithium battery that can be charged without being removed. The handle can also be adjusted to a range of heights.
Available from next month, the M7 REMOTE comes with a graphite frame and ULTRA Lithium battery and has an RRP of £999.99. For more details, visit www.motocaddy.com.