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EasyPal golf cart folds up with a push of a button

EasyPal golf cart folds up wit...
The EasyPal folds up and down using an electric motor
The EasyPal folds up and down using an electric motor
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The EasyPal is a nice-looking golf trolley in its own right
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The EasyPal is a nice-looking golf trolley in its own right
The EasyPal buggy goes from its 48 x 24 x 42-in size to a compact 26.4 x 15.75 x 11.75 inches within around 10 seconds, with a single push of a button
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The EasyPal buggy goes from its 48 x 24 x 42-in size to a compact 26.4 x 15.75 x 11.75 inches within around 10 seconds, with a single push of a button
The EasyPal folds up and down using an electric motor
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The EasyPal folds up and down using an electric motor
The EasyPal's point of difference is 12-volt lithium battery that powers an electrical motor
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The EasyPal's point of difference is 12-volt lithium battery that powers an electrical motor
Each charge of the EasyPal's battery should last 20 rounds of golf, with each recharge taking around three hours
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Each charge of the EasyPal's battery should last 20 rounds of golf, with each recharge taking around three hours
GolferPal bills its EasyPal buggy as an ergonomic solution that evenly bears the weight of your bag across its four 10.75-inch wheels for easy steering
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GolferPal bills its EasyPal buggy as an ergonomic solution that evenly bears the weight of your bag across its four 10.75-inch wheels for easy steering
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Unless you carry your clubs around yourself, a round of golf is often bookended with a clumsy assemblage and dismantling of a buggy's wheels, handles and axles. But for California-based GolferPal, this isn't the most ideal way to warm up or warm down – so the company has created a motorized golf buggy that does the work for you.

The EasyPal is a nice-looking golf trolley in its own right. With a soft rubber handle and aluminum frame, GolferPal bills its buggy as an ergonomic solution that evenly bears the weight of your bag across its four 10.75-inch wheels for easy steering.

But its point of difference is a 12-volt lithium battery that powers an electrical motor. This enables the buggy to go from its 48 x 24 x 42-in size to a compact 26.4 x 15.75 x 11.75 inches within around 10 seconds, with a single push of a button (you will still need to push it around yourself). Each charge of the battery should last 20 rounds of golf, with each recharge taking around three hours.

There's also some rather handy, but more typical, features like holders for storing an umbrella, tees, spare balls and drinks. And if the battery does happen to run out while you're out strolling the fairways, it can always be folded up manually when you return to your car.

The EasyPal is priced at US$300 and can be seen in action in the promotional video below.

Source: GolferPal

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Buellrider
I golf and use a common 2-wheel pull cart and I don't have to remove the golf bag from the cart when I put it in the back of my Prius. This here 4 wheel cart with battery and motor is not a step forward or in any way easier. You have to take off the golf bag and then press a button to get a battery operated motor to fold the 4 wheel cart. This thing is way too much work. Good luck selling that when the tried and true two wheeler hand pull cart is way easier and less expensive and doesn't need a motor to do something that is much easier to accomplish without. My non-motorized cart folds in half in about 4 seconds and the golf bag doesn't ever need to be removed which would certainly be a PITA if it had to be which it does not.