Question about Buddy GPS
Posted by Anonymous on
Have you considered replacing the rechargeable batteries in the watches?
Rechargeable batteries do not last forever, eventually losing their ability to hold a charge.
Make sure you obtain the right rechargeable batteries for the watches and dispose of the old batteries properly at a location which accepts such batteries for recycling.
Posted on Jan 30, 2018
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with good batteries, and under ideal conditions (flat smooth surface) this scooter should be good for up to 30 km.
this is highly dependant on the surface, slopes, rider weight, and battery condition, but with good batteries you should easily be able to do a round of golf.
the biggest problem you may have will be the batteries themselves.
after 18 months without use, the batteries may have suffered from a sulphur build up on the lead plates in the battery. this can mean that the batteries will show fully charged, but will not put out the full power. the best way to test this is to take the batteries down to your local car garage and ask them to do a "load test" sometimes called a "drop test" on the batteries. they will usually do this free of charge and it only takes a few minutes. a 100amp load test for 8 seconds should tell you the condition of the batteries.
if the batteries test ok, then you should not have any problems using the scooter for a round of golf.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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