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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...