Stewart Golf X10 Follow/Remote Control Electric Push Cart
Stewart Golf X10 Follow/Remote Control Electric Push Cart
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Stewart Golf X10 Follow
- Join the golf revolution and get your golf cart to follow you, so you can walk the fairway hands-free and worry-free.
- When you're not on the fairway, just engage Remote Mode and walk straight to your ball - saving energy and time while boosting your concentration.
- Designed with the golfer in mind, the Stewart Golf X10 Follow is a lightweight electric push cart that performs better than comparable brands. With advanced engineering and a remote control system, this cart is perfect for golfers of any skill level at any course.
How does the Follow system work?
Mounted just inside each rear wheel, two red follow antennas work together to create two zones around the X10 Follow; a neutral zone and an active zone.
When the handset is inside the neutral zone (approximately 1m from the golf cart), the X10 Follow will remain stationary. As the handset enters the active zone (1-3m away), the X10 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 X10 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.
Can I set walking speeds?
Yes. You are able to program your own walking speeds into the numbered buttons on the handset.
Can I use the X10 Follow without the handset?
The X10 Follow can only be operated via the handset (unless the wheels are in freewheel).
Can I use my own bag or do I need a Stewart Golf one?
The latest 2020 Stewart Golf StaffPro and SuperSport bags have a key in their bases that prevents any twist of the bag when in use, but any cart or tour bag can be used. Lightweight or stand bags are not recommended.
The X10 Follow is optimized for use with golf bags weighing 31 lbs. Using a 'top heavy' stand bag reduces the load on the front wheels, which means the steering may react faster than intended, and a heavier bag will slow steering, increase battery consumption and wear on key components.
How heavy is the X10?
The X10 weighs 31lbs + 6.5lbs for the battery & charger (18 hole)
What size is the X10 when folded?
The X10’s dimensions are as follows: H 12.59in / W 26in / D 32in
How stable is the X10 on a hilly course?
The X10 Follow has been designed with stability in mind, providing supreme natural balance. Coupled with the retractable stabiliser to the rear, the X10 can navigate hilly courses with ease. The electric caddie may tip onto its rear stabiliser wheels, but if this happens don’t worry as this is what it is designed to do.
Will it run me over going downhill?
When in Follow mode, the X10 Follow has downhill braking, meaning it will always remain a safe distance behind you when going down hills. However, if the ground is wet, the cart may skid when braking downhill, so for this scenario we recommend using the Remote mode of operation when going downhill. If you are playing a shot when on a hill, we recommend parking your cart sideways to prevent the cart from gradually moving.
What is the distance range of the X10 Follow?
The X10 Follow has a maximum range of 164 feet (55 yards) from the handset.
Modes of Operation
The X10 Follow comes with THREE modes of operation: Manual, Remote, and Follow. Follow mode is just one of the options and should not be considered the default setting. It is important for you as the user to select the appropriate steering mode for each situation. Tips on how to make these decisions can be found in our guidelines.
1. MANUAL OPERATION
Good for: Tight spaces, car parks, bridges, paths.
Before you do anything, make sure you know where the STOP button is and always use this as the main command to bring the machine to a halt.
If you wish to bring the machine to a more gentle halt then use the Glide Stop button.
When in a car park, crossing a road or negotiating a tight path, you should steer manually from the handle. You can control the speed of the machine using the speed up & slow down buttons, or program the cruise control speeds to your walking pace.
When in tight areas you should physically keep control of the X10 Follow by steering from the handle. The handset can either be clipped to the cradle (which can be fitted to either side of the handle) or you may find it easier to hold it with your other hand.
Ensure you practice in an open area away from other people or objects. This will allow you to familiarize yourself with the remote and follow functions without risk of damage or injury. Be aware of your surroundings. Ensure that you know the whereabouts of other players, carts, trees, lakes, bunkers, streams etc. Other devices that emit electrical signals can affect the Follow zones (page 13) and therefore performance. This includes other X10 Follow machines, so stay at least 5 metres away from your playing partners. Metal grids on or in the floor can affect the field. Other devices that transmit/create radio/magnetic fields can affect performance
2. REMOTE CONTROL
Good for: Around the greens or when you are in the rough.
Not for: Car parks, bridges, paths.
To start the machine moving forwards, press the forward button. Once the machine is in motion, continually pressing the “speed up” or “slow down” buttons will either speed up or slow down the machine respectively. You can also use the cruise control buttons to start the machine.
To reverse the machine press the “reverse” button (it must first be stopped). When reversing, the speed is fixed and cannot be increased or decreased.
To steer the machine, press and release either the left or right buttons. When in motion this will change the direction slightly and continue moving. A prolonged press will tighten the turn. If you press either button with the X10 Follow stationary, the machine will turn on the spot.
- The remote has a nominal 50m range. However it is recommended that you keep the machine within 25m so that you can see obstacles in its way.
- Hold the handset in your hand and position the machine approximately 10m in front of you and on the line of your ball. Make small adjustments to direction and speed as you see fit. Do not place the handset in your pocket.
- When you get to your ball, park the machine to the right of your ball (or to the left if you are left handed). Place the handset on the cradle when taking a shot.
- If you are going to walk any distance away from the machine, keep your handset with you so you can drive it to your next position rather than walking back to it.
There are two modes of steering: Regular and Glide steering. Regular steering is suitable for most situations, whereas Glide steering reacts slower.
Regular steering is the default setting and can always be restored by pressing the STOP button. In Glide steering mode, the machine steers much more gently. To activate Glide Steering, press the orange GLIDE STOP button and then start the trolley moving within three seconds.
The machine will default back to the Regular steering mode every time the trolley stops. If you use the GLIDE STOP, then the ‘STOP’ will engage automatically after six seconds which will reset the steering to Regular.
Good for: Open, flat fairways.
Not for: Car parks, paths, bridges, steep hills, around greens, lakes, streams or any other obstacles.
The open fairway is the perfect environment for Follow, and is where you should use this feature most.
To use Follow:
- Press the ‘Follow’ button with the handset within 50cm/20” and directly in front of the machine.
- Then slowly walk away in the direction that the machine is facing with the handset on your belt or back pocket. As you enter the Active Zone, the Follow system will react to your speed and movements.
- If you walk away too quickly or at an angle, the X10 Follow may not be able to react quickly enough and could lose connection.
- When you reach your ball and stop, the X10 Follow will also stop.
- Put the handset on the cradle (don’t press any buttons). Because the handset is inside the Neutral Zone, the trolley won’t move. Select your club and take your shot.
- Replace your club, put the handset back on your back pocket/belt and resume walking in the direction the trolley is facing. The X10 Follow will again pick up your pace.
- If you stop for any reason (such as to let another player take a shot), the X10 Follow will stop behind you. Take half a step back towards the machine to ensure you are fully in the Neutral Zone. When you are ready, just start walking again and the X10 Follow will start again automatically as you enter the Active Zone.
- To turn follow mode off, press the STOP button.
- Use the Follow function when on a clear, relatively flat fairway.
- If you walk/run faster than the top speed of the machine, you will eventually leave the Active Zone and the X10 Follow will stop as a safety precaution.
- Always place the handset on a back pocket or belt when using Follow to allow for smooth operation. The Q Follow’s control system follows the handset, not the golfer. Do not carry the handset in your hand, as its natural back and forth motion may cause the X10 Follow to accelerate and brake accordingly.
- If you are playing golf with someone else who has a Stewart Golf Follow (any model), then make sure you operate Follow at least 5m/5.5yds from the other machine. Within this range the ‘active zones’ may interfere.
- At any time you can switch from Follow to remote mode by simply using any of the forward buttons. To resume Follow mode, stop the machine and start the Follow process as usual.
- The X10 Follow has a ‘follow’ system, not a ‘find’ system. Only activate Follow from inside the Neutral Zone and walk in the direction the machine is facing.
- Think of the Follow feature like cruise control on a car: it’s perfect for motorway driving, but not for town or car parks. The follow feature is designed for the fairway primarily, remote and manual steering modes for other scenarios. It is up to you as the ‘driver’ to select the correct mode for the circumstance.
DO NOT USE FOLLOW:
- In car parks.
- In rough terrain.
- On steep hills.
- Anywhere the X10 Follow could collide with any object or person.
- When you are looking for your ball. Walking in tight circles will increase the risk of losing the connection, but you will also waste battery power and risk blowing the fuse. In this scenario you are better to leave the machine stationary on the fairway, then use Remote to drive it towards you once you have found your ball.
The 40A fuse fitted to the X10 Follow is designed to protect the electronics from accidental damage in normal use. However, extreme strain caused by failure to use the machine as advised can blow this fuse: in such cases, replacement of the fuse will NOT be covered by warranty.
The X10 Follow can travel at speeds of upto 6mph but performing delicate manoeuvres, such as negotiating bridges or steering between obstacles, should not be performed at top speed and any damage caused will NOT be covered by warranty. The machine will perform best when being driven at walking speed and this is what is strongly recommended.
STOPPING WHEN ON FOLLOW:
When the handset is inside the Neutral Zone and ‘Regular’ steering is in use, the X10 Follow will apply the brake automatically. If you have chosen to engage ‘Glide Steering’ and then engaged ‘Follow’, the braking function will default to the ‘Glide Stop’ so the trolley will take longer to stop and may collide with you. Glide steering will also be engaged. It is recomended that you use ‘Regular Steering’ when using Follow. In any case, it is vital that you always allow the X10 Follow time to react to your movements & behaviour. For example, if you are walking down a steep slope and come to a sudden stop, the machine may not be able react quickly enough and could collide with you. Likewise if the ground is damp or loose, the X10 Follow may skid.
- With rear wheels
- Height: 12.59in
- Width: 26in
- Length: 32in
Without rear wheels
- Height: 12.2in
- Width: 25in
- Length: 32in
- X10 Follow: 33.5lbs
- Battery & Charger: 6lbs
- EU Made
- 12V microprocessor control
- H-bridge technology
- Bluetooth Class 1
- LED on rear cover
Battery & Charger
- 12v Lithium
- 2 year warranty
- Size: 7.4in x 7in x 3.3in
- Weight: 6lbs
- 2 year warranty
- Size: 7.8in x 6.9in x 4.3in
- Weight: 8.8lbs
- EcoDrive Motors
- Power: 2 x 190 watts
- Speed: 1500-1800 rpm
- Ferrite Magnets
- Single piece steel body
- Aluminium end casings
- Replaceable carbon brushes
- British Made
- 25:1 Ratio
- Sealed for life
- Steel worm shaft
- CNC machined aluminium housing
- Cushioned 3-piece couplin
- Steel output shaft with 2 ball-bearings
- 4 way drive
36 Hole Extended Capacity 30AH BATTERY SPECIFICATION (OPTIONAL)
- Type: LiFePO4 (Lithium Phosphate)
- Voltage: 12 Volts nominal
- Capacity: 30 Amp hour
- Weight: 8.8lbs
- Life: More than 250 cycles (see below)
- Warranty: 2 years
- Management: Internal integrated cell management system
- Connection: Output Torberry
- Accessories: Quality fitted soft-touch protection bag
- In laboratory conditions over 250 simulated golf cycles, the battery can be expected to lose 15% capacity.
- The battery can be expect to lose 2-3% capacity per year through cell degradation, compared with a lead/acid battery which can lose 8-9% per year.
- During testing of the battery with the Stewart Golf X-Series , its average use was 12-15Ah of the 20Ah battery per round of golf.
X Series Manuals
Stewart Golf Warranty & Returns
X SERIES ELECTRIC CARTS
All Stewart Golf carts and chargers are covered by a 24 month warranty from the date of purchase. The warranty covers manufacturing defects that occur during normal use and only applies to new Stewart Golf carts. Any breakage caused by accidental damage, or as a result of abuse or misuse, are not covered by the warranty. The warranty is transferable but only covers purchases made in the continental United States of America
The Stewart Golf lithium battery is covered by a 24 month warranty. If the battery fails in the first 24 months it will be replaced free of charge. All Stewart Golf accessories are covered for 12 months from date of purchase.
If you require service covered by the warranty please email us at email@example.com. Any parts replaced under the warranty, at no charge, do not carry a new warranty.
In the event that you are unable to replace the part yourself, please retain all the original packaging material to return your trolley for repair. All trolleys must be returned in the original packaging. If you do not have the original packaging material we can provide a new box at your expense.
In the event a replacement part is needed but not covered by the warranty you will be responsible for all costs.
R SERIES PUSH CARTS
If you have any problems with your R1 or R1-S Push cart, please contact us directly using the contact us form. Most parts can be fitted quickly with the help of our video guides, and we're always here for advice. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may return unused goods, along with all original packaging and any labels within 30 days of receipt. Personalized & Custom items are not eligible for a refund.
Any items returned for credit must meet the following criteria:
- Items must be unused
- In original packaging with all materials labeling in tact
- Include a proof of purchase
- Returned at owner's expense
- Receive Return Authorization number
Upon receipt, items will be inspected and determined if all of the above criteria has been met. If Stewart Golf USA determines that the product has been used there will be a 25% restocking fee. The customer is responsible for any damage occurred in the return shipping.
After 30 days from date of purchase, no returns will be allowed.
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Whats not to like about this thing? It literally does all the heavy lifting for you! I can walk 18 holes now with no problem!