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Written on: 23/11/2010
Reading other reviews on the S1 I think that the owners are a bit rough on their trolley.I have had mine for 2 years and play at least twice a week and have had no trouble.SDtill same battery and axle. Maybe the thing is to look afterit… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/09/2010 by paulnfisher (1 review written)
Motocaddy The center of gravity is wrong, cannot handle a slope of 1 in 6 The on off button operation is very sensitive, also the rotary action.
I have designed a mod for this and advised motocaddy,but they advise me they have received no complaints.
Every member in my club who have purchased this trolley have had the same problem and visiting clubs members make the same case
Finally it is potentially dangerous.
For example, without be aware, you a club out of your bag and in doing so you… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2010
Has anyone had a look at the Power BUg..... I bought mine from my Pro in Wales and its really good value for money and very reliable. I notice that A.Golf had some on sale cheap. They are not the same type as my Pro Sport, but look like a bargain! Read the reviews on this site. I have also bought one of their new deluxe cart bags, agin great value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2010
Bought this trolley after years of using a powercaddy which finally gave out. Looks good but seems to bounce its way down the fairways compared to other carts. Sent it back twice thinking it may just be a problem with the one I bought but have since discovered this seems to be a common fault. The other issue which annoys after a short time is the push button start feature which is sensitive and I seemed to spend too many holes chasing my trolley as it speeds off after an involuntary touch!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/08/2010
the life expectancy for the battery is only 18 months, which i thiink is totally not acceptable, one of my playing partners has a hill billy and his battery has lasted over 5 years, i have also had to get a replacement handle as it snapped......only £30 to replace, add that to the 60 for the battery, that is 90 in 18 months, not good… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2010
Thought I would write this review before I use my new MC S1 digital trolley, I bought the white version and it looks really good.
My course is quite steep and rugged in parts so it will really test the new 2010 s1 model.
Please keep a look out for my update in the coming months.
My ratings and VFM are based on looks and the price only at this stage.
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Written on: 05/06/2010
I have had a Motocaddy S1 for 3 and a half years in that time I have had to replace motor(2 Years) Control Box (2 1/2 years) Switch (2 1/2 years) and in the past 2 months I have had plastic fatigue in 2 places neither of which can be repaired and the trolley is no longer usable. The £250 spent originally has turned into a £400 outlay for a trolley which is use on average twice a week. I could not honestly recommend anyone to purchase this trolley… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2010 by AJG2 (1 review written)
My S1 is 5 years old. Replaced battery, Motor, axles (sheared because of design fault now corrected)and speed controller 6 times!! Last time, 6 months ago i got an FOC replacement of a n ew design. It just broke and I can see why. Motocaddy have a design type problem but I've found customer service pretty good. I have friends who have similar problems with HillBilly, Powacaddy et al. Buy on price - they're all the same!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2010
The 18 hole battery that came with my S1 lasted 14 months during which time I was abroad for one month and my local course had a trolley ban due to wet conditions for another month. In fact it did less than 50 rounds of a flattish 5000 yd. 18 hole course. Motocaddy were just not interested because their warranty is 12 months - period! No interest for product development/improvement data, no interest for customer service and no interest for the sake of their reputation. All I got on the telphone… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2010
I have recently purchased the S1 so i cant really comment, two friends have the S3 both with no complaints other than one who got a bag with his said it started to fray very early. my self after looking for some time at various ele buggies did find this to be one of the better ones, far better than most i looked at and at a good price
Dave from down under… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2010
I wish these reviews were readily available a couple of years ago before I bought my MC S1. I seem to have had the same trouble as many other reviewers, battery died after 12 months, purchase new one, the spend control is either stop or turbo and I have to chase the trolley around the course. Last straw today the whole thing packed up after 3 holes. Got in touch with local repair agent who tells me he stopped doing repairs them because of all the trouble he had repairing them. Anybody know… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/03/2010
Purchased in 2007. Two broken main frame folding joints, both repaired by MC (Latest model has been modified). MC also replaced the controller whilst under warrantly. Since warranty expired, replaced battery (Orig lasted 18 months). Had to rivot frame folding joint as the orig rivots sheared. Speed control can now only be operated from one side. On a positive note, I have manage 36 holes on a single charge. However, I still quiet like it despite the problems. Been running like a dream… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2010
very poor trolley. joint on main frame broke inside 6 months, repaired and broke again so I bolted it myself. Had four batteries in three years.Battery works well for a few rounds only and I play on a flat course on the Fylde coast.do not waste your money on this overpriced over-hyped and inadequate piece of kit. As one reviewer says a push trolley is infinitely better!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/10/2009
i bought my trolley in May 2007 and it now needs its third battery.A27 hole battery that does not hold its charge for 18 holes is not much use… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/10/2009
Have had my motocaddy for two years in that time I've repaired the plastic joints , replaced the battery and now last week the axle snapped . will not be getting another one… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2009
Thought Motocaddy S1 was the bee's knees when I first got it, compact, easy to use.
Battery started to labour after 13months.
At 2 years the axel sheared, material seems very poor and a nightmare to strip down. Had to buy gear box too even though this was undamaged, customer service poor and off hand.
Golf shop where I purchased machine had ceased stocking due to poor service… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2009
Motorcaddy is very Light and reliable electric golftrolley with easy Start/Stop function. We recommanded this trolley for all golfers. The trolley is also very simple to folded up and in (with lock system)
Very easy to use are the "nine" speed settings, just only push the button and the trolley starts, So you can easly wlak behind the trolley with out touching him… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2009 by helenshield (1 review written)
I can't believe some of these comments as I bought my motorcaddy S1 in January 2008 and it has been excellent with no problems. The battery is still fine with no sign of losing any power. I have receommended the Motocaddy to many and wish i'd bought one sooner… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2009
The Motocaddy S1 is nice to look at but poor design… Read Full Review
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