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If you were to get a used one at a good price I get it. They look built to last.

I'd really like MVP to make a Delta-like cart. Something in the box style that you can sit on. They've got the basic one now that you can put a bag into.
This would be a good time for somebody else to step up and MVP already has the cart they make now and no seat carts unlike Zuca or Ridge Roller. I say why not MVP/Axiom? All MVP would need to do is attach a box like the Delta to the no seat cart they already make.
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Old 12-29-2019, 11:37 PM
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This would be a good time for somebody else to step up and MVP already has the cart they make now and no seat carts unlike Zuca or Ridge Roller. I say why not MVP/Axiom? All MVP would need to do is attach a box like the Delta to the no seat cart they already make.
I really think MVP could make a big splash with a more affordable 'Delta style' cart. Something in the $300-$350 range.
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Old 12-30-2019, 12:51 AM
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I really think MVP could make a big splash with a more affordable 'Delta style' cart. Something in the $300-$350 range.
Or only as high as the Zuca regular Backpack cart at the $300 range. I mean the MVP Rover cart at $120 is $20-$30 lower then the EZ Cart by Zuca. So then adding a box to the cart is just a wild guess, an extra $75 in parts so that means $150, so for the consumer $275 for the cart making it the lowest option for a solid side disc golf cart that has a seat and is not something modified from a cube shaped wheeled cooler with the extendable handle.
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:59 PM
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Or only as high as the Zuca regular Backpack cart at the $300 range. I mean the MVP Rover cart at $120 is $20-$30 lower then the EZ Cart by Zuca. So then adding a box to the cart is just a wild guess, an extra $75 in parts so that means $150, so for the consumer $275 for the cart making it the lowest option for a solid side disc golf cart that has a seat and is not something modified from a cube shaped wheeled cooler with the extendable handle.
I have seen the MVP Rover carts are now $150 still $5-$10 less then the EZ Cart by Zuca. so that is $225 for the cart with about $75 in parts for MVP to make the cube that gets attached to the MVP Rover cart and so $300-$325 for the consumer price. Still lower then the other 2 brands that make a fully solid non fabric sided cart.
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Old 12-31-2019, 09:40 AM
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Bummer to hear about Delta. My 11s been in service for 2 years now.

If someone could get Delta's tooling, they could rework these to be a much better cart.

- The axle needs more support and protection (because it can be bent by hand). Don't drop it!
- Ditch the cooler for interior cup holders.
- Does anyone actually use the rainfly? Mine sits on the floorboard of my Jeep taking up space.

Otherwise I love the design.
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Old 12-31-2019, 12:21 PM
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This would be a good time for somebody else to step up and MVP already has the cart they make now and no seat carts unlike Zuca or Ridge Roller. I say why not MVP/Axiom? All MVP would need to do is attach a box like the Delta to the no seat cart they already make.
The Crosslap Cubus is a really good comparable option to the Delta with what appear to be really good reviews too!

When it comes time for me to upgrade to that style of cart, a Cubus will likely be where i'm looking, and they're right near that $300 price point if i'm not mistaken

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Old 12-31-2019, 01:14 PM
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The Crosslap Cubus is a really good comparable option to the Delta with what appear to be really good reviews too!

When it comes time for me to upgrade to that style of cart, a Cubus will likely be where i'm looking, and they're right near that $300 price point if i'm not mistaken
I've had mine for about 6 months now. I've had to make some modifications to the lid but other than that it's been solid. It took me a bit to figure it out on the course & how to organize the inside of it but once I did I've been happy about the purchase.

I'm 36 & it's really noticeable how much better I feel after a round of not carrying a bag. Let me know if you have questions about the Cubus.

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Old 01-01-2020, 06:57 AM
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I bought a zuca backpack cart and modified it. You can build it fairly inexpensive. Make it as bulletproof as you want.
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Old 01-02-2020, 08:46 AM
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Then the company has had a bad business model from the get go.
Agreed. Decent idea for a cart, just not the investment capital needed to mass produce at a consumer friendly price so they thought they could sustain at a higher price due to the niche market. I always thought that milk crate on a stick design was fugly. But..I did check out a few in person and they were definitely built like a tank. Cheaper Zuca, DD carts, etc, solidified their doom ultimately imop.

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Old 01-02-2020, 06:56 PM
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Agreed. Decent idea for a cart, just not the investment capital needed to mass produce at a consumer friendly price so they thought they could sustain at a higher price due to the niche market. I always thought that milk crate on a stick design was ugly. But..I did check out a few in person and they were definitely built like a tank. Cheaper Zuca, DD carts, etc, solidified their doom ultimately imop.
Bold I agree having seen the Zuca/Zuca made Dynamic Disc Carts with both the odd backpack design and the true carts Zuca make being lower cost. Though the Zuca is not a tank, very very durable from the one Zuca true cart I sat on in a store. The others out now like the MVP and Dynamic Disc no seat backpack carts have really made a dent into the market that Delta could not reverse, Even the 3 wheel Rovac was probably taking away business.

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