CaddyTrek R2 Smart Robotic Electric Golf Cart Bag Caddy
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- Follow Mode - Automatically Follows the Golfer
- Marching Mode - Also Can Track In Front of the Golfer
- Easily Switch Between Control Modes
- Robotic Technology Enables Smooth Turns, Starts & Stops
- Powerful & Quiet 250 Watt Dual Motors
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MaxStrata will include five CaddyTrek accessories for free: CaddyBag, CaddyTrek Umbrella Holder, CaddyTrek Cupholder, CaddyTrek Scorecard Holder, and CaddyTrek Golf Cart Phone Holder. The CaddyTrek is an electric golf push cart that carries your bag so you don’t have to. The CaddyTrek allows golfers to walk hands free, allowing players to enjoy the game of golf without the burden of carrying a bag. Less fatigue means better levels of concentration and control when driving to the tee or playing the short game. Studies show that walking improves stamina and core strength, and is beneficial to overall fitness in burning calories and building muscle tone. For players who hesitate in walking their round, the CaddyTrek provides a solution to the challenge of managing your gear. Now you can just focus on the game!
The Original comes in black or candy apple red with red plastics. Go hands free with the CaddyTrek, the electric golf push cart that tracks in front or behind the player. Using a combination of Ultrasound and RF signal technology, the CaddyTrek calculates speed, distance and angle to the player. Golfers simply walk their game as the unit tracks the player’s movement. The CaddyTrek provides two different tracking modes—Follow and Marching. The tracking technology is virtually the same, the only difference being the orientation of the player to the CaddyTrek. Stand in front of the unit and clip the handset to your back waistband and engage Follow Mode OR clip the handset to the front of your waistband and stand behind the unit to use Marching. Use it as a remote control caddy for additional speed and hill climbing ability, switch the CaddyTrek into Remote Mode and send it 100 feet to the next tee box.
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Was close to getting a kangaroo hillcrest when I found the carrytrek buggy. Most walkers at my club use the kangaroo and some have been in service for 15+ years. Took a chance on the Caddytrek as I did not like having to work the remote constantly and the weight of the kangaroo meant I would pretty much be leaving it at the club and would not have access at my other clubs when traveling.
So far so good on my decision to go with the Caddytrek
1. Follow feature. Love that you really don't need to think about your clubs. Quick push of a button when you stop to take a shot, approach a green or bunker and you are good to go. Buggy will follow you slightly to the left and 2-3 paces behind. Bridges and paths are are easy to navigate. Basically any place you can take an electric cart you can navigate without thinking about the buggy. Just walk on right side of path or bridge and all is good.
2. Size and weight. Folds small enough and is light enough to carry in the trunk of my car. Not something I could have done with the kangaroo. Tip..remember to pull the battery before folding else you will need to unfold to attach to the charger.
3. Battery longevity and power. Easily lasts 18 holes. Climbs steep hills and brakes going down steep hills nicely.
4. If price is an issue, the Caddytrek is $1000 less than the Kangaroo.
1. I have had it slip climbing a steep hill when it is wet. Walking slightly slower up the hill seemed to resolve this problem.
2. The 5th wheel is critical for use. Don't forget to extend it our you will tip over the buggy.
3. The screw holding the 2 part 5th wheel assemble together failed on first use. Glad I did not loose the spring that is part of this. I recommend replacing this with a longer screw before your first round. No problems since replacing.
4. You don't save a lot of steps with the follow feature. Pretty much need to think of it as a push cart walk to the best place to leave it when teeing off or putting.
5. Controlling as a remote cart as opposed to following takes too much time. Not a fault of the buggy. But.. A pain once you are spoiled by the follow feature.
1 follow feature is fantastic. Follows me across bridge without thinking about it as long as it is wide enough to accommodate a riding cart. Follows slightly left of where you are walking and about 3 paces behind..
I don’t think this is one that should be considered - the idea of it was nice, but overall it’s heavy and I was told by the company / manufacturer that it needs to be on stable solid surface. Most golf courses have some hills, bumps and grassy terrain which defeats the purpose.
To return it- you have to pay the 20% restocking fee! That’s $300 bucks so if I can save anyone some trouble- I would test out these models at a golf pro shop (from other brands) and see if this is actually worth it.
Climbs up and down steep hills with ease and locks when stopped so it doesn’t run down the hill in the stop mode. I’m very happy with my unit and have recommended it to several friends.
The follow and marching modes take about a second or two to engage. And that slows things down a bit. Also, Some people say the marching mode is not intuitive because you (for example) need to move to the left for the unit to turn right. That doesn’t bother me. The unit has trouble on VERY hilly areas. So what I do is I engage the remote control and steer the unit up a steep incline. Then engage follow mode again. The battery has plenty of power to complete your round. Overall this product works well with minor issues here and there.