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Stewart Golf X9 Follow

  • $ $2,99900


The X9 Follow is the latest generation of the multi-award winning X-Series from Stewart Golf. Originally launched in 2003 as the X1 Remote, the X-Series is recognised as one of the worlds finest remote controlled machines. The X9 Follow is specifically designed as a Follow golf cart, but as well as its “Follow” mode, the X9 Follow also comes with full remote control functionality that existing customers will be familiar with.


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Features

  • Bluetooth Technology
  • Rechargeable Lithium Handset
  • Complete Remote Functionality
  • Downhill Braking
  • Integrated Stabiliser
  • V3 Wheel Set
  • Lithium Battery & Charger
  • Warranty: 24 months

How it works

The Follow system
In addition to the bluetooth electronics system, there are two further antennas that power the X9 Follow.

Mounted on each of the rear motors, the two antennas work together to create two zones; a neutral zone and an active zone.

When the handset is inside the neutral zone, the X9 Follow will remain stationary. As the handset enters the active zone, the X9 Follow's electronics system will automatically & independently alter the speed of each rear motor to keep its pace. When the golfer (and therefore the handset) come to a stop, the X9 Follow will continue until the handset is back inside the neutral zone when it will also stop. The effect is that of digital elastic band, which stretches and contracts as you walk.

Practically the system is designed to be as user friendly as possible, so use is as simple as:

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  • Press the green 'follow' button and walk in front of the X9 Follow. The machine will fall in behind you and keep your walking pace.
  • When you reach your ball & stop, the X9 Follow will also stop.
  • Put the handset on the cradle, select your club and take your shot.
  • Replace your club, put the handset back on your back pocket/belt and resume walking.
  • The X9 Follow will again pick up your pace.
  • If you stop for any reason (such as to let another player take a shot), the X9 Follow will stop behind you automatically. When you are ready, just start walking again and the X9 Follow will start again automatically.



Remote mode
When you are approaching the tee or finding your ball in the long grass you may want to switch your X9 Follow into remote mode so you can send it off in your desired direction.

To switch to remote mode all you have to do is press any of the directional buttons on the handset and full remote control functionality will be available. From up to 50m you can speed the machine up and down, steer it left or right and stop it using either the orange 'glide stop' or red 'emergency stop' buttons. If you prefer to have the machine in front of you sometimes, you have the option of setting two 'cruise control' speeds to suit your walking pace.

Once you are back in the Active Zone, you can switch back to Follow mode by pressing the green Follow button



Manual mode
In car parks or on paths, place the remote control onto the cradle and set the trolley to travel at a constant speed by pressing either the forward button or one of the programmable cruise control buttons.

Using this method of steering over Remote or Follow will give you greater control over the trolley, ensuring you avoid any accidental collisions

Tech Spec

elec.jpgElectronics
EU Made
12V microprocessor control
H-bridge technology
Bluetooth Class 1
LED on rear cover

Battery & Charger
12v Lithium
22amp/hour
2 year warranty
Size: 185 x 180 x 80mm
Weight: 3kg

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British Made
Power: 2 x 190 watts
Speed: 1500-1800 rpm
Ferrite Magnets
Single piece steel body
Aluminium end casings
Replaceable carbon brushes

Gearbox
British Made
25:1 Ratio
Sealed for life
Steel worm shaft
CNC machined aluminium housing
Cushioned 3-piece coupling
Steel output shaft with 2 ball-bearings
4 way drive

Dimensions & Weight

With rear wheels
Height: 32cm
Width: 66cm
Length: 82cm

Without rear wheels
Height: 31cm
Width: 63cm
Length: 82cm

Weight
X9 Follow: 14.1kg
Battery & Charger: 3kg

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