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Has anyone purchased one of these?

http://rovicgolf.com/discgolf/rv1d-overview.php

It is made by Clicgear, I really wanted to hear some reviews before spending the money. It is basically a ball golf cart that has been slightly modified to hold a bag. I actually prefer a ball golf cart over my delta as the Delta is not that great in a rainy tournament setting. Ball golf cart will hold an umbrella upright and over your discs the whole time. Plus they are so easy to push.
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Old 10-26-2018, 07:29 AM
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Has anyone purchased one of these?

http://rovicgolf.com/discgolf/rv1d-overview.php

It is made by Clicgear, I really wanted to hear some reviews before spending the money. It is basically a ball golf cart that has been slightly modified to hold a bag. I actually prefer a ball golf cart over my delta as the Delta is not that great in a rainy tournament setting. Ball golf cart will hold an umbrella upright and over your discs the whole time. Plus they are so easy to push.
DG Nerd just reviewed this. I have been eyeballing this cart for a bit and am pretty sure Big Jerm was pushing one at the DGPT finals.
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Old 10-26-2018, 08:06 AM
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Looks awesome, but probably awful for courses that are marginally workable with a 2 wheeled cart.

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Old 10-26-2018, 12:57 PM
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Anyone have a link to the review, I didn’t find it
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Old 10-29-2018, 07:56 PM
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It’s up now just saw it today. He just did an overview of the product. He still has to give it a test run tho.

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My last DIY cart was three wheeled. It was awesome over all terrain. When one wheel hit something the weight transferred to the other wheels.

Really nice cart on the course. There were two things that kept it from perfection. There was no seat, and it was really bulky to fold up and transport.

I thought about trying again with a “junior“ version to help with portability. Looks kinda like what they’ve done here. I know there’s also a seat add-on that sits over one of the back wheels.

I think this design could be very successful. Innovation is good for this niche market.

I myself ended up with the Zuca compact cart and could not be happier.


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I really like this one. I'm holding off until I see his review of it. Pure aesthetics, but I like this over the Zuca design. The spring loaded add-on seat with the ground rod, looks really stable.
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I wonder when it will be up...I’m also wanting this...has everything and at a great price
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Super interested.

One of the main things that I've had a problem with with the Gotta Go Gotta Throw cart I use is the "flat" back to it. As far as I know, every cart on the market (Zuca, etc) is like this. When I walk with it, I have to watch my stride length as if I don't, I'll stride into it or pull it into my stride from behind. I think this is mostly due to height (6'4") although my father who is an inch shorter does not have this issue. (Maybe I'm just weird. )

Either way, I'm all ears to this "stroller" type design where there's more space between the push handle and the actual cart. (The main pole "bows out". Hopefully I'm making sense.)

I'd love to test it before I drop $200 on another cart but I don't know how possible that'd be, as I live in a disc golf desert.
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sent a message to disc golf nerd and he said he had tested it once out on the course but will be putting out a video review soon after he tests it more. He said he will also be comparing it to a Zuca at some point as well.

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