Ask BeanBagglz your most frequently asked questions….he’s a smart guy !!!

Frequently Asked Questions

BeanBagglz is actually the name of our mascot and spokesperson…his name is Bean Bagglz. Just like you, BeanBagglz has lots of personalities, each of which is displayed on your game board.

The game is made of high quality plastic and the templates and squares are made of poly plastic with an UV high gloss sealant that is water and fade resident and for years of usage.

The Balls and triangles are made of a stain resistant heavy duty polyester cover with an inner plastic ban with high grade sand.

Your game measures 38.5” L x 22.5” W x 7” H and weighs 24 lbs.

Your Bagglz Templates measure 32.5” L x 19” W x 1/8” H and weight about 1 lb.

Your Bagglz Squares measure 5.5” square and weight about 3 lbs. for a set of 15
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The game console has the capacity to store up to 9 templates but we recommend only storing up to six for ease of use while transporting.

The BeanBagglz Billiard Balls are 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 and weigh approximately 5 ounces.

The BeanBagglz Triangles are 3.5 X 3.5 x 1” and weigh approximately 4 ounces.
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We offer a limited warranty on the product in regards to manufacturing defects. If you have any questions or issues with the product we will discuss a solution.
While we pride ourselves on making the highest quality product on the market, we encourage you to take care of and maintain your BeanBagglz console, templates, squares and accessories for years of enjoyment and use.

Use care when rolling the unit over rough terrain, loading the game with excess weight, sitting or putting heavy items on the consoles when used as a table, extra weight on legs when extended, sliding your templates in and out of the console and storage bin, etc.

The templates and squares have an UV coating that that may cause the templates and squares to lightly stick together. That may happen in extremely hot and humid climates. This is normal and they can be easily pulled apart and it will not affect the UV coating.

We only recommend a maximum of 6 templates in the storage in extremely hot and humid climates whereby the templates may stick together. If this occurs pull out all the templates at the same time and pull apart.

If more than 6 templates in the storage bin are stuck together you can also remove the 14 screws on the bottom of the unit to remove the templates or any dirt and debris that may have enter into the storage bin.

Wobbly legs or handles are an easy fix.

It is extremely easy to take apart your BeanBagglz Game System. Simply lock all four legs in an open position and then flip the console over (so it looks like an upside down table.)

Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, unscrew the 14 screws on the underside of the console.

Separate the lower unit from the upper unit. Each leg has 4 screws to tighten. Each handle has two screws with a nut to tighten. Do not over tighten or you will strip the screws.

Reverse the process to put the system back together again.

We encourage interaction with you and developed incentives for you to share your experience with others.

Please send us videos or photographs of you and your friends and family playing the game and having fun.

We will post the videos on our YouTube Channel and photos on our website.

It is extremely easy to take apart your BeanBagglz Game System. Simply lock all four legs in an open position and then flip the console over so it looks like an upside down table.

Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, unscrew the 14 screws on the underside of the console.

Separate the lower unit from the upper unit and retrieve whatever is inside.

Reverse the process to put the system back together again.

Yes we carry replacement parts for virtually every element of the game. Simply call our toll free number at 800.474.2224 and a team member will get back to you shortly.

You can also email us at BeanBagglz@BeanBagglz.com

The templates have a PVC Core and a heat rolled lamination. When the plastics heat up, they tend to stick together.

You can easily pull them apart and it will not cause any damage to the templates or the lamination.

The wheel axels are extremely easy to repair or replace if needed.

You can just unscrew the lower console from the upper console to access both wheels.

Simply lock all four legs in an open position and then flip the console over so it looks like an upside down table.

Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, unscrew the 14 screws on the underside of the console.

Separate the lower unit from the upper unit and flip the lower unit over.

I use needle nose pliers to hold the bolt in place and then use an offset phillips screw driver to unscrew the bolt which serves as an axel.

If the axel is not too bent, you can pull it out of the plastic wheel.
To repair the bolt, just place it on concrete and lightly tap it with a hammer. Test in the wheel to make sure the wheel rotates freely.

However, if your axel is bent to where it puts stress on the plastic to remove it, then take a hacksaw and cut the axel off.

Email me directly at BeanBagglz@BeanBagglz.com and I will personally send you a replacement axel at no cost.

Alternatively, go to your local hardware store and bring them the bolt and nut to match. The bolt is M6 – 1.0 120 mm if you want to sound really smart,

When tightening any bolt or screw, just make them snug. Do not over tighten.

If you keep 6 or less templates in the storage bin, even if they are stuck they will slide out.

If you have more than 6 templates in your storage bin, it is extremely easy to get them out. Here are two solutions.

1. Always keep one Bagglz Boardz out of the storage bin. You can then use that template to slip in between ones that are stuck together to break the static electricity.

If you’ve placed all of your boards in the bin, then any thin piece of plastic will also do the trick. You just need a piece that is as long as the boards themselves.

2. You can just unscrew the lower console from the upper console to access everything in the storage bin.

Simply lock all four legs in an open position and then flip the console over so it looks like an upside down table.

Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, unscrew the 14 screws on the underside of the console.

Separate the lower unit from the upper unit and retrieve your templates. They will easily separate and it will not cause any damage to the lamination.

Reverse the process to put the system back together again.

Unlike traditional cornhole which requires 27 feet between the boards, BeanBagglz can be played in a much more compact space. This allows you to easily play in your campsite, tailgate area, or even living room. We recommend:

4-6 feet for beginners
6-8 feet for intermediate
8-10 feet for advanced