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Today, we’re going to be reviewing the Bag Boy Quad Navigator and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts after testing out this electric golf cart. A friend of ours actually sells these and asked us to come out and test them, so that being said, how did it stack up to the rest?
Long story short, this was one of the top carts we tested and the reason I liked it is because it was really simple and straightforward to use and it was well built. Setting it up and taking it down was just as easy as your normal pushcart and it was nice and light to carry around. It had plenty of power to get up all the hills we tried it on, it was stable and I don’t think it would ever tip over. and the battery life was great. Even though I liked it a lot, it’s still really expensive, the bag strap could be a bit better, and the storage compartment could be bigger. Other than that, I have nothing bad to say about it.
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Bag Boy Quad Navigator Review
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Bag Boy Navigator First Impressions
A friend of ours actually sells these electric golf carts and he asked us to come out and test them, so of course, we did…
I’ve always used Bag Boy pushcarts so I was curious to see if the electric models were built as well as the other ones.
I was expecting it to be a bit tricky getting set up from the box but the instructions were surprisingly straightforward and the whole process took about 10-15 minutes.
Overall, my first impressions were pretty solid. There were a few LITTLE THINGS that could have been better (in my opinion) and we’ll get to these soon.
Was it easy to use?
It was actually A LOT easier to set up and take down than I expected. It’s pretty much like any other pushcart out there and only takes a couple of seconds to pull out of the car and set up.
It was pretty light as well, and from what we could see, it seemed to be really well built (more than a lot of the others).
We tested a good number of electric carts and this one was definitely one of the easier ones to use. There are really only 5 buttons on the remote for forward, reverse, left, right, and stop.
How Did The Electric Cart Perform
What I liked about this one was the long battery life. Some of them needed to be charged after every round (which is pretty inconvenient) but this one could get 2 rounds out of it.
Since it had 4 wheels on it it was super STABLE and I don’t see any reason that it would tip over out on the course (under normal use).
It had plenty of POWER and got up all the hills no problem.
Overall, it did pretty much everything you’d need it to do out on the course. It doesn’t have some of the fancy things more expensive carts have but in my opinion, those features are pointless…
Here’s a demo video:
Who’s It Best For/Not For
Obviously, electric pushcarts aren’t cheap and I’d only really recommend it to someone who isn’t tight on a budget and is going to use it A LOT.
If you’re an average weekend golfer who’s only out a few times per year, I’d probably recommend you stick with a normal pushcart (unless you have the cash to burn).
- It’s really easy to set up and take down.
- It’s light BUT still seems well built.
- It’s really simple to use.
- It has great battery life.
- It’s more stable than others.
- It has plenty of power in all situations.
- It’s pricey compared to normal pushcarts (middle for electric).
- The bag straps could be a bit better.
- There should be a strap for the battery.
- It could have a bigger storage compartment.
- Performance score: 10
- Price score: 4
- Durability score: 9
- Personal score: 8
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where can you buy Bag Boy Quad Navigator accessories?
A. At the time of writing this the best place to buy accessories is the Bag Boy website.
Q. Where is the best place to buy the Bag Boy Quad Navigator?
A. The cheapest place we could find the cart (at the time of writing this) is on Amazon (link below).
Q. What is the Bag Boy Quad Navigator battery life?
A. It depends on the course terrain but it would be 2 rounds for sure.
Q. How long does it take to charge the Bag Boy Quad Navigator?
A. It’ll take about 3-4 hours to charge the battery.
Q. What battery does the Bag Boy Navigator have?
A. It comes with a lithium battery.
My Final Thoughts
Overall, if you’re in the market for a new electric pushcart, this one was definitely one of my favorites and that’s why I’d give it a thumbs up and recommend it.
Yeah, it’s pretty expensive but it was near the top in terms of power, stability, and ease of use.
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