The golf season is over and I am ready to store my Bat-Caddy? What is your advice?
Bat-Caddy: We recommend to clean the caddy using a damp cloth or brush for the wheel treads. DO NOT use a hose or power washer and keep moisture away from the electronics in the handle and controller box/compartment! Lubricate and protect the axles and wheel cores from oxidation with WD-40 or similar lubricant. Store in a dry, cool/non-freezing place. Give the battery a final full charge over night, unplug and store in a cool but non-freezing place. DO NOT leave the battery plugged into the caddy or charger! DO NOT leave the battery on a concrete or metal floor, but ideally place on a wooden shelf. If possible recharge the battery every 6-8 weeks. Recharge before first use in Spring, and you should be in great shape for the next season. Stay warm!
Bat-Caddy Operating Tips
READ THE OWNERS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATION – While simple to operate, your new Bat-Caddy is a motorized vehicle that can move quickly. Read the Owner’s Manual that came with your Bat-Caddy completely before using. It is highly recommended that you use ...
I accidently drove my caddy into a water hazard, and it does not turn on anymore. What shall I do?
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE A BATTERY THAT HAS BEEN SUBMERGED, DOUSED IN WATER, OR HAS CRACKS IN THE CASE. A NEW BATTERY IS REQUIRED TO PREVENT FURTHER DAMAGE. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CHARGE OR POWER ANY BATCADDY WITH A LITHIUM BATTERY THAT HAS BEEN DAMAGED OR ...
How can I determine if I need to replace my Bat-Caddy battery?
As the battery is used and ages the maximum charge will decrease. If your battery is slowing down at the end of a round, or not even making 18 holes it is time to replace the battery. Click here to see estimated life cycle and performance for your ...
Bat-Caddy Battery and Charger Use and Care
BatCaddy Battery and Charger Use and Care IMPORTANT NOTE: Each BatCaddy battery is designed to be charged by its matching charger. The SLA, Standard Lithium-Ion, and Advanced Lithium-FePO4 Batteries are each designed to use a different charger. Your ...
My remote control loses connection at times. Am I doing something wrong?
Bat-Caddy: Remote operation interference can be caused by several reasons. Cell phone towers and strong alarm systems emitting radio waves can have a significant effect. Contrary to some people's belief residential homes along the golf course should ...