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Bat-Caddy X3R Remote Control Electric Golf Caddy
X3R Golf Caddies... FREE Accessories Valued At $190.00!
The Bat-Caddy X3R Remote Control Electric Golf Caddy can
also be operated manually with a seamless rheostat control and can be easily
pushed even without battery power, so you will never be stuck out on the course.
Bat-Caddy® electronic golf cart products are highly innovative and manufactured
to the highest quality standards.
Bat-Caddy X3R Remote Control Electric Golf Caddy features:
and manual speed control with a range of up to 120 yards
and backward manual function
forward advance function of 10, 20, 30, 40 yards
tech aluminum alloy S-frame
to climb 30 degrees
for up to 27 holes of play
goes up to 5.4 mph
carry load of 77 lbs.
wheel drive train with dual independent transmission
- 33 Ah SLA (sealed lead acid)
charge time of 4-8 hours
life allows up to 200 charges
200 watt motors gives cart plenty of power
24"W x 37"H x 42"L
Folded: 24"W x 12"H x 35"L
steel ABS and nylon bag support
rubberized thread tires
rear stabilizer wheel
fold design collapses into one single piece
Additional Accessories Included:
Parts or Warranty Issues: At manufacturers
request please contact Bat-Caddy direct @ BatcaddySouthEast@spacom.com or
Convenience On The Course!
Please Note: The products on this page may only be shipped within the United States
Bat-Caddy X3R Remote Control Electric Golf Caddy
It was a great deal with the coupon
You need to use the right golf bag. The Sun Mountain S1 bag keeps shifting and the cart tends to go towards the side of the weight. It would help if the cart holder bracket arms had locking ratchets.
July 14, 2014
Great fun to use
The instruction manual that came with my cart seemed to be for a product a couple of years old. I had a couple of features on mine that were not addressed in the owners manual. But, I was able to find the answers I needed in the on-line manual. The manual was poor at best, but putting it together was intuitive and I didn't have any trouble. I did try and reverse the scorecard/umbrella holder to accommodate my being left handed, but was unable to do so. The green battery light is very hard to see and I thought I had a dying battery my first time out. I didn't buy this cart expecting to have the finest quality out there. I bought it as my first introduction into using an electric cart and because TGW had a great deal, 20% off and free shipping. I had to wait 3 weeks for it as the factory was on backorder. Now that it is together and I'm getting familiar with it, I can tell you this thing is not only great fun to use on the course, but it also helps me keep my energy level much higher than using a push cart. I've used it for 3 rounds, a flat course, a very hilly course, and 1 course with moderate hills. The cart has plenty of power and did everything I asked it to do. Like I said, this thing is fun to use. If I had it to do all over again, I'd still buy this cart based on the price and performance.
June 13, 2014
I just received my new BatCaddy X3R & got to use it twice before the snow hit in Pa. Practically completely assembled out of the box. Just need to unfold it, attach the wheels & accessories. Charged the battery over night and went 18 holes and the first battery indicator light never went out. I was a little concerned because our course has 3 big steep hills on the last three holes. This was the main reason I bought the electric caddy. I didn’t want to have to push it up the hills with a dead battery. No worries, it will likely do at least 27 holes.
The only issue I have is that it does not steer well on cart paths or parking lots. The front wheel doesn’t want to slide. It steers by varying the speed of the rear drive motors. It’s fine in the grass. I may have too many golf balls in my bag.
And like the other reviews, you can’t put the remote in your pocket while you bend over to mark your ball. It will push a button and will take off. Maybe the remote just need a on / off switch.
Overall a great decision. Not tired at all after 18.
December 11, 2013
Two Year Review
This is a review after two years - my original review is the oldest one listed.
My BatCaddy is still holding up well. I have had a charger issue in the first year which BatCaddy addressed quickly and with no charge. Most recently, my second issue is that an axle pin broke - BatCaddy shipped the replacement part right out and the unit is working great again. I probably have about 40 rounds on the cart as I usually only use it in the fall and winter - and overall, the cart seems pretty new. There are no rattles or loose joints, occasionally I oil the axles a bit, but that hasn't been more than once a year.
I do wish the handle was aluminum or metal, not plastic, that has always seemed the weak spot, although it isn't really giving at all.
I also wish there was a way in which a large bag (e.g. a C130) could stay better straightened. What I have done is to fashion my own bungie strap which is tied to the main boom and has the same give on each side, and that clips to the side handles on the C130, and that keeps the bag straight.
October 30, 2012