The latest golf accessory by MGI Golf isn’t likely to improve anyone’s handicap but will help with the amount of exertion required to lug a bag of clubs about the course. The new remote controlled, electric Navigator Quad Gyro allows players to steer their cart about on the course like an RC car, summoning it to bring clubs when needed.
The Navigator Quad Gyro 4-wheeled electric golf cart from MGI is designed to navigate most any terrain on its own thanks to unique anti-deviation gyroscope technology that keeps the cart on track regardless of terrain variations. It has pivoting front wheels with suspension architecture for agile fairway maneuverability.
Running off a lithium 12 V/24 amp battery, the cart receives power to its rear wheels by twin calibrated 230 W motors and features variable speed control. A wheelie-bar at the back to help prevent the cart from tipping over when climbing inclines, and downhill speed control technology that keeps the cart’s speed in check when descending.
Using a directional remote, players control the Navigator Quad Gyro like any RC car, so no more running back and forth to your bag for that 9 iron. Simply pull out the remote and the Navigator Quad Gyro comes to you. Or have it drive alongside you while you chat to your opponents.
A multi-functional utility handle gives players to store smartphones running golf apps while out on the course and features a built-in GPS holder. It's also compatible with the Sureshotgps SS Solar Panel Pack that caters for the charging of portable devices on the fairway.
Accessory options include winter wheels (with rubber treads designed to deal with inclement weather and courses with variable terrain, like Scotland’s St. Andrews), a cooler storage bag, scorecard holder and umbrella holder extension.
The Navigator Quad Gyro is priced at US$2,295 and is part of MGI’s new Quad Series that includes the Hunter Quad and Coaster Quad Brake. All the Quad carts fold down to fit in most trunks.
Have a look at the promo video below to see the Navigator Quad Gyro in action.
Source: MGI Golf
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