RoboKaddy Up-Grade Kit

Powakaddy Robokaddy

The electrics used in the Robokaddy are now over ten years old and technology has moved on a lot in recent years. The old electrics were also getting quite expensive to produce due to their age, at over £140 for a handset, £184 for a controller and £104 for the handle PCB.

With this in mind Powakaddy’s new owners have introduced a kit which brings the trolleys electrics and handset up to today’s standards.

The kit contains

  • Full instructions
  • A new handset
  • A new handle
  • All the handle’s internal workings (ready fitted)
  • Replacement cables
  • A replacement controller
  • All nuts, bolts and cable ties

The kit has been subsidised by Powakaddy by over £250 as the individual parts in the kit would cost over £450.

They are straight forward to fit and we have them in stock now.  Buy yours here.

10% Off Your Spares This Weekend

Fancy a bit of trolley-wrangling this weekend?  It’s going to be a bit wet on Sunday, we hear, so why not snuggle down in the shed or garage and fiddle with your trolley?

You can watch our videos, read up on stuff in our Advice Centre, decide if you need or want any shiny new spares – and then go shopping in our Spares Department, using a cheeky discount code.  It includes wheels!

The code is:  October Spares

Enter it into the code box when you check out and as long as you have spent £30 or more on spares, 10% of this amount will be deducted from your total bill.

Only valid on the value of spares. Unlimited number of uses.  Kicks in at £30 or more.  Valid from Friday 25 – Sunday 27 October 2013.


Freeway ll (2) Axles – technical up-date

The original Freeway ll axles had four holes in them, one for either clutch and two for the gearbox.

Some of the early axles were prone to breaking.  As a consequence PowaKaddy has re-modelled the axle and it now only has three holes – still two for the clutches but only one for the gearbox.

So fit it as normal as far as the clutches are concerned, but ignore the ‘slotted’ location point on the gearbox and put the pin through the complete hole on the opposite side.