Designer Dennis Draleau has created an all-terrain cart called the Polymule, complete with uphill assist technology, offering an ultraportable cart equipped with a wealth of useful features. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about Polymule which has this month taken to Indiegogo and has nearly raised $100,000 thanks to backers generous pledges.
Available from $349 the Polymule cart will start shipping throughout the United States during August 2018 and is available during its crowdfunding campaign at a 30 percent discount off its recommended retail price. Optional extras are also available in the form of a Roof Rack Kit and Cargo Carrier Kit, rear handle and all-weather gear cover. “Light-years ahead of other wheeled haulers, the Polymule was designed for heavy-duty use while remaining nimble and ultra-portable. Thanks to superior ergonomics, class-leading ground clearance and payload capacity, and an industry-first ‘uphill assist’ feature, the Polymule can take on the toughest jobs OR haul your gear into any adventure.”
Dennis explains a little more about the design and functionality of the rugged Polymule cart. “Polymule is a HIGH PERFORMANCE utility cart that was designed for heavy-duty use while remaining nimble and ultra-portable. Unlike traditional garden carts and wheelbarrows, the Polymule makes hauling large loads on rough terrain EFFORTLESS thanks to oversized wheels and sealed precision bearings. The Polymule is made with ridiculously tough, SPECIAL-DUTY POLYMER and features 20 inches of ground clearance, 400 lbs of payload capacity, and an industry-first ‘UPHILL ASSIST’ system. ERGONOMICALLY SUPERIOR to other wheeled haulers, the Polymule significantly reduces back, neck, and shoulder strain thanks to an intelligent design that supports PROPER BODY MECHANICS. Available in Goldenrod, Desert Tan, and Moss Green.”
For a full list of all available pledges and optional extras jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding website by following the link below.
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