Posted on 27th Mar 2017
As you probably know, here at Stewart Golf we take great pride in building our machines here in Great Britain, sourcing as many components locally as possible.
Although many are based locally, the majority of our component suppliers ultimately source their raw materials in either US Dollars or Euros. This means that our manufacturing cost has been rising steadily over the past 2 years as a result of sterling weakening. In addition to other price increases, this has added up to more than a 20% increase in our manufacturing cost.
As a business we have absorbed this difference so far but due to the current climate we have no option but to increase prices for the first time in three years. As of Monday, April 3rd, the new prices will be as follows:
The good news is that you are able to purchase at the current price until midnight on April 2nd, saving £200 on the new RRP. I hope this information is of some help to you and is something you may take advantage of.
Thank you for your loyalty and continued support.
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