After enduring numerous stressful trips to the beach with his family, engineer Mike Mogan decided that beachgoers like them needed more reliable equipment to carry items across the sand. This significant turning point led him to invent the game-changing e-Beach Wagon.
The innovative cart is a 2’x4′ multi-terrain wagon powered by a rechargeable electric motor. Sporting the retro woodie wagon appearance, e-Beach Wagon definitely sparks fun to the eyes and kindles the child inside. Behind this cheery look, however, the product is a well-thought-out machine created to make any beach occasion enjoyable and fun from the beginning.
The patent-pending wagon has numerous features specifically incorporated to address real-life challenges of beach travel. Its strong motor and aluminum frame enables it to transfer loads of 300 pounds easily. Tall detachable aluminum and wood railings also ensure that items remain secured while on the move.
e-Beach Wagon was built for the beach. Its frame is made of aluminum, proven to be more resistant to the corrosive properties of salt water compared to the more common steel. It is further reinforced with a top-grade powder coat. The electrical and mechanical components are protected in a weather-resistant enclosed compartment. Conveniently, the cart can be set to move at varying speeds (up to 6 mph), and users can easily control it with a thumb throttle and handgrip. Equipped with four 12″ balloon tires, e-Beach Wagon glides through sand and over dunes effortlessly.
One key highlight of e-Beach Wagon is the extra functionalities that have been cleverly woven into the design. For instance, once the railings are removed, the tubes in the frame serve as holders for beach umbrellas, flags, and fishing poles. Moreover, the wagon has a built-in dual USB outlet for charging phones and other electronics – a feature that is certainly useful for any beach lover. The wagon can go up to 5 miles or more on one charge and typically recharges in a couple hours.
While e-Beach Wagon is available for sale and shipped anywhere in the US, the company also offers weekly rentals to the Jersey Shore. The service is available in the following beach towns: Brigantine, Atlantic City, Ventnor City, Margate City, Ocean City, Strathmere, Sea Isle City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Wildwood, North Wildwood, West Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, Villas, Cape May, and Cape May Point.
The wagon is quickly earning popularity and was recently featured on 6abc TV in Philadelphia. More information about e-Beach Wagon can be found on the company’s website, www.ebeachwagon.com, or on any of its social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, and TikTok.