Spitzer RL150 Lithium Electric Push Cart Review

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Last Updated on January 7, 2022 by Daniel

Spitzer RL150 Lithium Electric Push Cart Review

After a long and well-used trail of research, I have finally chosen the perfect push cart for my needs. A lightweight, sleek, and silent electric cart, the Lithium Electric Push Cart from Spitzer RL150 is my new favorite toy.

What’s so great about the Lithium Electric Push Cart?

I have owned many different types of push carts over the years. Had a couple of electric carts, and two models of large, heavy-duty, gas-powered carts. I am currently riding in the standard-sized electric push cart that I use most often. It’s lightweight, easy to push, and well-suited for short to medium-distance rides. However, I am always looking for a cart that will last longer, be quieter, and be more comfortable. The Lithium Electric Push Cart is the perfect cart for my needs.

The Spitzer Golf RL150 Remote Lithium Electric Push Cart has the following features:

Spitzer RL150 Lithium Electric Push Cart Review

  • LED Battery Indicator Lights
  • Variable speed adjustment to match your unique walking speed.
  • Resume your last speed with a push of the “Go” button.
  • Cruise Function
  • SPITZER Secure Anti-Jamming Remote Control with Long Range
  • It uses 2xAAA batteries.
  • With detachable wheels and compact folding size,
  • Easily transported in the trunk of a car together with a set of clubs,
  • 6 mph is the maximum speed.

What’s in the Box:

  • RL150 Spitzer Electric Golf Cart
  • Spitzer Anti-Jamming Remote Control
  • battery and a high-amperage quick charger
  • Ships in a fully-insulated cardboard box.
Specifications for the Spitzer RL150 Remote Lithium Electric Push Cart
The Ultra Featherweight
Dimensions when folded (L x W x H) 84 x 53 x 25cm. Unfolded dimensions: 33 x 21 x 10 in.
(length x width x height) 107cm x 53cm x 89cm42 in. x 21 in. x 35 in.
Net weight 14kg total weight: 11kg caddy + 3kg battery30lb total weight: 24lb caddy + 6lb battery
Type of Electric Motor2x Tubular Motor 200W (12V DC)
Battery- LITHIUM ION (600 charge cycles) -24V-20Ah (27 holes)
ChargerInput Voltage: 100-240V AC 12V 3A DC output
Control System Spitzer Auto-IQ Logic
6 mph (9 km/h) top speed
A maximum remote distance of 100m is allowed.
The maximum inclination (degrees) is 30.
Max. Loading 30 kg
Wheels (Front & Rear) -Rubber tread; ABS plastic -Low maintenance: No air is required.
Frame Construction : Aviation Grade Aluminum Tubing “X-Frame”-Tri-Coat Paint System
Warranty 1 year
Features – Lithium-Ion power and portability!

Easy to Use Controls

Customers’ Reviews

I’ve had experience with a previous lead-acid-based powered remote golf cart and was happy with the product. This summer, I borrowed a 3-year-old RL150 from a friend and eventually decided to get one for myself when he asked me for it back (!) I wanted something I could lift and store in the trunk of my car rather than keep it at the clubhouse. Despite its simplicity (and advanced battery), it has a great range with a remote option (it comes with two remotes) and is reasonably compact. —John from the UK

The system works really well. I would only change the wheels if they were a little more nobbly. The wheels slip when the grass is wet. –Daniel from the USA

lightweight and compact design. The remote control needs to be completely redesigned. The control distance is too short to be useful–after 20 feet, it just keeps going without responding to the remote. Instructions in the instruction book suggest “rebooting.” Customer service has two more suggestions–neither work. I wanted to use the R/C so that I could leave the cart on the hills so the next group would not hit the cart right away. However, it is not possible in practice. Chris from Irland

Conclusion

So I just got my hands on the Spitzer RL150 Lithium Electric Push Cart and all I can say is that the motor on this one is considerably quieter than others. Also, the recharge time is about half as long. They’ve really stepped up their game. The only problem with this one is that the floor is no longer as smooth.

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