Stewart Golf X10 Remote
The X10 Remote is the latest remote-controlled cart in the highly anticipated and award-winning X-Series launched in 2003 as the X1 Remote. The future of remote-controlled golf carts is here with the X10 Remote. The X-Series is recognized as one of the best electric push carts which makes the X10 Remote one of the world's finest. Golf is a great way to have fun and exercise, but it can also be frustrating pushing that old cart around. With the Stewart Golf X10 Remote, you'll be able to get rid of those frustrations by walking freely while you play. Just grab the remote & start golfing! It even has battery life for 36 holes (optional)!
Comes with Drink Holder and Umbrella Holder
Forward, left, right & reverse controls.
New 7th generation Remote electronics
New EcoDrive motors providing increased efficiency on the course
New 36-hole battery option.
50m range with safety cut out.
Handset Skin included.
12v Lithium battery pack complete with soft case.
Multi-function handle with scorecard & ball holder.
Folded Size: 12.6 inch (h), 26 inch (w), 32.3 inch (I)
V3 non-metallic wheel set.
X10 Remote Weight: 31.3Lbs
Battery Weight: 5.5Lbs
Warranty: 24 months
The X10 Remote is a step above its predecessor, the X9 Remote, thanks to its advanced 7th generation of remote electronics. With this new technology, golfers can experience even greater control and precision on the course. Additionally, the X10 Remote features new EcoDrive motors, which are more efficient and allow for longer play times. This is a result of the motors' debut on the Stewart Golf Q Follow. For the first time ever, the X10 Remote is now available with a 36 hole battery option.
The X10 Remote's accuracy has been significantly improved through the use of a new Bluetooth communication system. This has allowed the engineers at Stewart Golf to further refine the remote steering, resulting in a smoother and more responsive experience. The new V3 wheels provide increased traction, which also contributes to the X10 Remote's improved performance. Overall, the X10 Remote offers golfers a superior experience on the course, with greater control, precision, and comfort.
Modes of Operation
Your X10 Remote offers TWO modes of operation, manual and remote control. Both modes use the remote control handset, but manual mode requires you to physically hold the handle to direct the trolley. It is important to choose the appropriate steering mode for each situation, and our guide can provide tips to help you make the best decision.
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.
BEST PRACTICE: When in tight areas you should physically keep control of the X10 Remote 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 familiarise 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. Be aware that 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 Remote 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
Extended Capacity 30Ah battery specification (Optional)
Type: LiFePO4 (Lithium Phosphate)
Voltage: 12 Volts nominal
Capacity: 30 Amp hour
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
Charger: Input 100/240V, 50/60 Hz Output 14.6V, 5 Amp
Charger Time: Up to 7 hours
Size: 155mm x 70mm x 50mm ( 6.1” x 2.7” x 2.0”)
- 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.
How should I clean the X10 Remote?
After your round, clear grass, leaves and dust etc from the machine using a soft cloth/brush or compressed air. Clean your X10 Remote using standard furniture polish and a soft cloth. NEVER use a hose or pressure washer to clean the X10 Remote: faults caused by water ingress will not be covered by the warranty. Water cannot enter the motors or electronics in normal use.
Is the X10 Remote OK to use in the rain?
Yes. The X10 Remote is designed for use in all conditions appropriate for golf. The design of the X10 Remote protects the major components from rain, so water ingress cannot occur during normal use. You should avoid any situation where moisture or water could reach the electronics or motors. Some examples of this are:
- Driving through puddles or standing water.
- Submerging the machine in a river or lake.
Faults caused by water ingress will not be covered under the warranty.
How do I get the X10 Remote up a step or kerb?
Firstly exert downward pressure on the handle to lift the front wheels onto the higher level. If the natural traction of the rear wheels do not carry the rear of the machine onto the higher level, lift from the top of the main support.
How many holes will the battery last for?
We expect any genuine Stewart Golf battery to last 18 holes on a ‘normal’ course, with a ‘normal’ weight bag and in ‘normal’ conditions. However... a hole of golf can be anywhere between 100 and 600 yards long, so is not a reliable unit of measurement. Terrain, ground condition, bag weight and a number of other factors can make a difference. How you play will also affect power consumption; you’ll cover less ground shooting 65 than you will shooting 120.
Can I improve the battery life?
Yes, there are a number of things you can do:
- Don’t overload your golf bag.
- Steering is a big source of power consumption, so use Remote steering and Follow less if you want to conserve energy.
- Accelerate slowly, in the same way you would in a car if you were trying to be efficient.
Can I use the X10 Remote without the handset?
No. The X10 Remote can only be operated via the handset (unless the wheels are in freewheel).
Can the X10 Remote cope on hills?
Yes. The X10 Remote chassis has been designed with stability in mind. The machine may tip onto the rear stabiliser, but if this happens don’t worry - that’s what it’s there for. Bag weight and weight distribution makes a big difference here, a light and/or top heavy bag will not put enough weight on the front wheels and therefore it may tip easily. You will find out which hills work with your particular setup through experience.
When going down hill using remote control, the X10 Remote may speed up under gravity. Hold the handle if on a path or allow the machine to travel safely away from you, then use the red ‘STOP’ button to apply the brake. Always park at 90 degrees to a slope.
X10 Remote User Guide