CaddyTrek Robot Golf Caddy

The CaddyTrek robot golf caddy has a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery that allows golfers playtime of 27 holes or more on a single charge.

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The CaddyTrek is a smart robotic golf caddy that carries your bag so you don’t have to. The CaddyTrek allows golfers to walk hands free, allowing players to enjoy the health benefits of 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!

A rechargeable Lithium Ion battery allows golfers playtime of 27 holes or more on a single charge. The battery charger plugs into a normal household outlet for quick recharging and the folding frame makes for easy storage and transport. Players can store the CaddyTrek easily in the trunk of their car for the drive out to the golf club.

The CaddyTrek gives players options with its multi-mode handset. Players can operate the unit in remote, follow, or like a manual push cart. In remote, golfers can send the unit on to the next tee up to a range of 150 yards and at a top speed of 4 mph or 6.5 kmh. When the player attaches the handset to his waistline and initiates follow mode, the unit remains at a distance of 6 paces behind the player, adjusting to the pace of the player’s stride.

The CaddyTrek comes with everything the golfer needs to start playing right out of the box. Included with the CaddyTrek are the following:

  • 1x – 24v Lithium Ion Battery
  • 1x – Battery Charger
  • 1x – Handset Remote
  • 1x – Handset Battery
  • 1x – 1 year of service and support


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