Written on: 23/08/2010
When you are playing in Kampenhout (flat terrain) and your expensive Powakaddy Freeway II breaks down, you may survive pushing it for a few holes. If the same happens in Clervaux, Luxemburg, a very hilly terrain, you better stop playing. Your arms will hurt too much to properly hit a ball.
I bought my Powakaddy Freeway II in April 2009. It broke down on a dozen occasions. Sometimes it would start up again the day after. It probably needs a good nights rest? It has been back to the shop three times now.
Tomorrow I'll drop it again in the shop. I don't want to see the thing back unless I get a guarantee that it will actually function.
Georges Picavet, Kruibeke, Belgium.
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