With so many options for your next golf trolley, here we have reviewed your next potential with Big Max’s latest version of the Blade IP push trolley.
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Big Max Blade IP trolley review: NCG Summary
The Big Max Blade IP trolley is really stylish, and very easy to assemble and breakdown. It offers great stability on the course and compacts to a very useful size and shape for storage
Also available with multiple attachments for further storage requirements.
- Very stylish
- Great stability
- Compacts extremely well
- One of the more expensive products on the market
Big Max Blade IP trolley
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Big Max Blade IP trolley: First Impressions
Sometimes you find push trolleys difficult to put together and a bit fiddly, the Big Max IP Blade trolley does not fall into that bracket. It was really simple to unfold and get moving quickly. It also looks great, modern and sleek without compromising on necessary storage compartments. When it came to folding it away, I was really impressed by how well it compacted down with the flat fold technology – significantly speeding up my daily game of car boot Tetris.
Big Max Blade IP trolley: NCG Review
Big Max have built a really impressive trolley ideal for a wide range of golfers. The BladeIP push cart performed extremely well on the golf course, offering sturdy mobility and helpful storage for your scorecards, beverages and other items. My bag clipped on stably with no hassle thanks to the easy pull around cords and clips which didn’t need adjusting throughout the round. The course we tested the trolley on was hilly and the conditions weren’t great thanks to these constant April showers, however I never had any concern of my trolley running away (thanks to the double brakes) or any toppling over due to the stable design. The bag I used was larger than my everyday golf bag, however the adjustable bag brackets allow the Blade IP to cater to for all sized bags.
When folding it away, the trolley flattens to 40% of other trolleys on the market and the folded depth is only an impressive 12.5cm. Usefully, the trolley stands by itself when folded making it particularly easy to store at home and can also be hung on the wall.
It is also equipped with the smart organiser panel which features ball and tee holders, two scorecard holders and generous storage space for valuables. There are also optional extras which can be purchased alongside the trolley for further storage which include a further ball holder, beverage holder, range finder bag, divot replacement and a towel which all attach the the trolley easily and don’t clutter the aesthetic of the trolley.
Big Max Blade IP trolley: Final thoughts
Overall this product is really impressive, the general ease of constructing and de-constructing combined with the stability it offers for a push trolley around the golf was really good. Some say, wheely good… sorry.
The product also comes with a 5-year warranty as part of the purchase.
More information: Big Max website
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