Is your Golf Gear Ready for Any Weather?

In the article of 23.8.19 of the “golfshake”, Ralf Niesing, our head designer for golf bag and cart specialist BIG MAX, gives an interview on the subject of weatherproof golf equipment and gives an insight into the often very complex technical product development.

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BIG MAX Blade+, carry handle

The best 4 reasons to buy the BIG MAX Blade IP

We are very grateful to Ronald Montesano, Golfwrx, that he shares his personal experience with our BLADE IP and mentions 4 very good reasons to buy:

Reason 1: Storage

After a round of golf, we store our cart. First, in the car; next, in the garage or basement. Golfers have an inkling how easy this will be, when the box arrives at your door. The Blade IP rests within, already assembled. You’ll simply extract it from the cardboard storage material and unfold it. With the Blade series, no more searching for a cube of space in the trunk. The Blade IP lays flat and sits cheerfully atop the other bags and carts you’ve stored post-round. In retrospect, although the predecessor also lay flat, the unfolding and refolding did take a bit of work (and an advanced degree.) No such issue with this updated model. According to the home office of Big Max, the principal difference is in the folding mechanism. BIG MAX has completely simplified this into a three stage process. You simply fold the handle, push the two parts of the body together and then lift the cart to see the wheels flip automatically under the body.

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BIG MAX Blade IP is our star in the “Morning Read Newsletter”!

Great News for our BIG MAX Blade IP: For the “Morning Read Newsletter” UK from 3.10.2018, which goes to over 1 million golfers the BIG MAX Trolley is the new superstar. This is very well documented in the following original quote:

“There are a lot of lightweight, durable, easy-to-push carts on the market, and they´re all pretty good. But BIG MAX Blade collapses like a South American regime”.

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