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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
Written on: 30/04/2009 by CRICHTON (1 review written)
Bought my Motocaddy S1 in 2007, have replaced three speed controls (potentiometer) in two years. Same fault, only goes at one speed ie fast !!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2009 by Pat Barker (1 review written)
I purchased a new golf bag Motocaddy S1 to go with my S1 Electric trolley Withing 7Months my bag is fraying all over the zip connections are falling off it looks as if it is 2years old now not impressed by workmanship at all.Also purchased new 27 hole battery it also has decided to pack in after 16 holes, Am i unlucky or not… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2009 by buzzferris (2 reviews written)
From the outset the speed control was ineffective which meant the trolley was either stopped or going at full speed. It was sent back under warranty but on return was no better. It did not have heavy usage but the battery went shortly after the 12 months. After about 18 months the handle and on/off switch fell to pieces and several fixing covers dropped off. I complained to Motocaddy and to their credit they paid for the trolley to be returned for a "Full Overhaul" and for it to be returned to… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2009 by johnhrs (2 reviews written)
Right from the beginning, I felt as though Moto Caddy gave me the run around.
Fortunately our local professional was kind enough to keep lending me his own trolley (not Moto Caddy) and retrieved the dead Moto Caddy from the course more times than I can remember. Next time it packs up it is destined for the skip. (after I have vented my anger on it with a sledge hammer. FRAGILE paint finish. Top coat appears to be straight onto unprimed and uncleaned frame. Rubs off at slightest knock..
Battery… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2009 by moza (1 review written)
Good Looking, too many reviews, about axle breaking- poor battery life
Not very solid . I was most interested to buy the Motocaddy S1- but will now go for the HillBilly Terrain- Always in general has very good comments, and is probable a better buy then the PowaCaddy @ a lower price… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2008
This review is based on my own findings after reading most of the review regarding Motocaddy electric golf trolleys. Looking for a new electric golf trolley and glad I read thses reviews first, as Motocaddy was one at the top of my list. Good frank statements by users are far better than magazine reviews, the truth is always stated reperformance / quality… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2008
Interesting reading other comments. My axle snapped after 18 months and got a local repair man to do the job - he supplied the genuine bits therefore no postage. 18 months later all fine. Cable comes out from motor to gearbox - tip the trolley to the right and it's easy to put back in. Battery only just starting to go after 3 years. Have done numerous 36 hole days with it and yesterday it ran out of juice for the first time - up the steep 18th at Longridge (any one whose played there will… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2008
Light. Neatly folding. My second of the series, excellent… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2008 by lfstone (1 review written)
I have, unwillingly for the most part, had an electric trolley from Motocaddy for about 3 years now. The previous one, the Explorer, went back to Motocaddy about 5 times, and three times it was replaced by a new trolley. This one has had problems with battery life (3 batteries in 2 years), the switch, and now the gearbox. Unlike others on this forum, I have actually had courteous treatment from Motocaddy; but we have been in touch so often over the years that we are almost on each others… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2008 by cowanfairways (1 review written)
Looks good but the axle snapped after 7months. It was picked up for repair and I was left without one for 2 months. Got back battery only lasting 9 holes, phoned customer services and was told only guaranteed for 6 months. Pay extra and get Powercaddy or Hillbilly is my advice… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/08/2008
Poor quality product with a poor standard of component parts. Would not buy another… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2008
Mine is a 27 hole battery. I can do two rounds in a day, no problem. I have had this trolley for two years with no problems. Like all these things, you need to look after them… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2008
Waste of money. wouldnt recomend to anybody. ~Youd be better off with a pull trolley, youll end up pushing the motocaddy… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/07/2008 by Seve69 (1 review written)
Central locking mechanism broke after 2 months, sent back replaced and broke again after 3 months replaced again and now got electrical faults!
If you can pay the extra for a Powakaccy then buy one or save a little longer until you can afford to. Avoid Motocaddy S1 like the plague or regret it !… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2008
Received mine april 2007,present from wife, usually carry, probably only used 30 times to date, speed controller either slow or fast no in between,battery only lasting 9 holes even though it is supposed to be a 27 hole one,gear box makes grinding noise occasionally, opps should have got a different make… Read Full Review
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