The wagon is 27" wide by 53" long. Without the railings in, the wagon is 16" tall. With the railings in, the wagon is 31" tall.
The wagon bed is 24" wide by 44.5" wide
The frame and some other components are aluminium. Other components are steel or coated steel. The wagon bed is plastic and the faux wood slats are vinyl.
The wagon weighs 125 lbs.
The following controls make the wagon simple to operate: -
Key on/off switch - Hand grip to hold with one hand and steer by shifting the handle from side to side - Thumb throttle next to the hand grip to apply power for variable speed up to 6 mph - Forward/reverse switch next to the thumb throttle for easy access to change directions
The wagon can hold over 300 lbs.
You can put anything you want to carry to the beach in the wagon. Extra long items can fit on top of the side railing depressions. Small children can ride in the wagon as well as long as you provide a suitable seat for them.
Once the railings are removed, the tubes in the frame can be used to hold umbrellas, flagpoles, or fishing rods. Simply place the tube of your accessory through the tube in the frame. Umbrellas and flag poles should go through the frame and be buried in the sand a few inches deep to prevent them from blowing over.
Simply hold the top of the railing with two hands, one on each side, and lift up.
The wagon is weatherproof, so it may sit outside. However, it is recommended to store the wagon in a garage close to a power source so it can be recharged after a long day at the beach.
The wagon can be hosed off. The wagon bed can also be removed and brought to the sink for a hard scrubbing.
A low pressure air gauge is needed to check the tire pressure. The tire pressure should be in the 2-4 psi range.
To detach the handle bar, disconnect the electrical wire connectors, remove the cotter pin, and pull the handle bar off.
The wagon's top speed is ~ 6 mph.
In cold weather, it is recommended to keep the batteries connected to the trickle charger. The chain is recommended to be lubricated twice per year. Tire pressure should be checked periodically throughout the season.
We've done lots of testing, driven it for miles, and haven't come close to killing the batteries in one day.
Dead batteries recharge in 6 hours. Most trips to the beach will not kill the batteries, so the typical charge time for regular use is 2 hours or less.
Batteries will last the longest when charged after every use, so that is recommended. Over the winter, they should be left on the trickle charger.
Simply plug the charger that comes with your wagon into the wall and insert the other end into the two prong charging port on the font control panel. The light on the plug will be red when charging, and change to green when the batteries are charged.
There are two 12 volt, 22 amp hour batteries connected in series to provide 24 volts of power
Batteries that are properly cared for should last between 2-5 years depending on the amount of use. They can easily be replaced. Old batteries should be recycled by your local recycling center.
The Warranty period begins on the delivery date. No need to register the wagon for a warranty. we will track it using the wagon production number.
Yes, a users manual comes with every wagon
Yes, the top speed of the wagon is just over 6 mph, which is s a little more than walking speed. When the thumb throttle is released, the wagon comes to a stop. There are no exposed mechanical or electrical components, so there is no chance to be injured that way.
The wagon cannot be submerged in the ocean and continue to work. It is weatherproof, so it's okay if you get caught out in the rain with it.
The wagon is built to hold up on the beach. The aluminum components do not rust, so it will last for generations.
Without the key, the motor will not work, so it cannot be easily stolen. It is possible to pull the wagon without powering the motor; however, there is resistance so it is not an easy task.
Each wagon comes with two keys. Be sure to keep the spare in a safe place. If both keys are lost, the key on/off switch can be replaced and two new keys provided.
The frame and railings are aluminum. Other components are powder-coated steel. The wagon bed is plastic. The railing slats are clear coated paulownia wood.
Fully assembled, the wagon weighs 150 pounds. Without the railings, the weight drops to 130 pounds.
The wagon is outfitted with YONK 12" low-pressure polyurethane balloon tires. Wheeleez wheels were not available at the time of manufacturing. However, the wagon was designed to accept Wheeleez 30 cm (11.8") wheels with a custom hub for the rear wheels. Please get in touch with us for a custom rim to fit the drive axel if interested.
• Type: Brushless
• Voltage: 24 volts DC
• Wattage: 500 W
• Torque: 10-20 Nm
24 volts, 500 W
3.5 miles per hour
The following controls make the wagon simple to operate:
• Key on/off switch
• Handgrip to hold with one hand and steer by shifting the handle from side to side
• Thumb throttle next to the handgrip to apply power for variable speed, up to 3.5 mph
• Forward/reverse/neutral switch next to the thumb throttle for easy access to change gears
The wagon can hold over 300 pounds.
You can put any beach gear or equipment in the wagon. Extra-long items can fit on top of the side railing depressions.
Once the railings are removed, the tubes in the frame can be used to hold umbrellas, flagpoles, or fishing rods. Place your accessory through the tube in the frame. Umbrellas and flagpoles should go through the frame and be buried in the sand a few inches deep to prevent them from blowing over.
Simply hold the top of the railing with two hands, one on each side, and lift up.
The wagon is weather-resistant, but we don't recommend storing it outside. It should be stored in a garage or shed close to a power source so it can be recharged after a long day at the beach.
To detach the handle bar, disconnect the electrical wire connectors, remove the cotter pin, and pull the handlebar off.
You will need a pickup truck, SUV, or van to transport the wagon. There are ramps or hitch carriers that can be purchased to assist with transporting the wagon. Click here to watch a video to learn more.
The wagon has two 12-volt sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries connected in series to produce 24 volts of power. They are rated at 22 amp-hours.
The batteries are 7.2" long x 3" wide x 6.6" tall.
The distance you can go on one charge depends on how much weight you are carrying, how much elevation you traverse, and the type of surface you are traveling on. In one test carrying 200 pounds going around the block 12 times with an 18' elevation difference, the batteries lasted 4.5 miles. Click here to watch a video to learn more.
Plug the charger that comes with your wagon into the wall and insert the other end into the three-prong charging port on the front control panel. The light on the plug will be red when charging and change to green when the batteries are charged. Unplug the charger when the light turns green.
There is a voltmeter on the cover of the USB port. Fully charged batteries read around 26 volts. The wagon will no longer power itself when it gets below 23.0 volts.
Yes, these batteries are standard off-the-shelf sealed lead acid batteries that are readily available and easy to replace. Replacement batteries on BatterySharks.com go for $41.99 each, so $83.98 for two. Click here to order replacement batteries.
Yes. The wagon has a neutral gear so the wagon can be placed in neutral if there is not enough juice left to power the motor.
The overall life expectancy depends on the frequency of usage, temperature, and discharge cycles. The number of discharge/charge cycles that a battery can reach depends on the depth of discharge and operating temperature. A lifetime of 500-1200 cycles is most common.
Yes, a one year warranty comes standard with every wagon. The warranty period begins on the delivery date.
Yes, a user's manual comes with every wagon.
Yes, the top speed of the wagon is 3.5 miles per hour, which is the average walking pace. The wagon starts off gradually when you hit the thumb throttle to get to your walking speed safely. When the thumb throttle is released, the wagon comes to a stop. The wagon will travel at a constant speed down hills and will slow down when you adjust the throttle down. There are no exposed mechanical or electrical components, so there is no chance of being injured that way.
The wagon can not be submerged in water and continue to work. It is weather-resistant, so it's okay if you get caught out in the rain with it.
The wagon was built for the beach. The aluminum components do not rust, so if maintained properly it will last for generations to come.
Yes. The wagon comes mostly assembled. The only assembly required is to attach the front wheels, attach the handle, and put the railings on.
The motor is engaged and powered off without the key, so the rear wheels will not turn, making it very difficult to drag the wagon away. Two people could pick the wagon up and walk away with it, but that would be easily noticed.
Each wagon comes with two keys. Be sure to keep the spare in a safe place. If both keys are lost, contact us to purchase a replacement set.
Most beaches prohibit motorized vehicles on the beach. e-Beach Wagon is not “driven” like vehicles, golf carts, mopeds, or e-Bikes. The user walks in front of the wagon vs. driving on it. Additionally, the wagon goes at walking speed, so there is no safety risk, which the typical code intends to prevent.
Yes, the wagon is chain-driven so the chain will require lubrication. The frequency of usage will dictate how often the chain needs to be lubricated. In most cases, the chain will only need to be lubricated once a year at the beginning of the season. If the chain starts to make a noise, it is likely ready for another lube. We recommend using a wax-based chain lubricant to lube the chain. The linear ball bearings that hold the driveshaft should also be lubricated at the beginning of each season. We recommend using a white lithium grease lubricant to lube the bearings.
The wagon can be wiped down with a wet cloth. The wagon bed can be removed and brought to the sink for a hard scrubbing.
A low pressure air gauge is needed to check the tire pressure. The maximum tire pressure should be 3 psi. Low pressure air gauges can be purchased on Amazon.com.
• Recharge your batteries after each use.
• Always store your batteries full charged.
• Disconnect the charger immediately after the batteries are fully charged.
• When storing SLA batteries, be sure to keep in a cool, dry place.
• Do not store SLA batteries in a discharged state.
• When storing batteries, check their charge every couple of months.
• If the battery are stored in an area with a temperature above 68 degrees F, they'll need to be charged more frequently.