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Old 09-03-2017, 12:40 PM
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I talked to Crosslap about the question, which popped up here:
First about the foam wheels: I have my cart now for more than half a year a used it on several tournaments and rounds. If I take the kilometers from my fitness wristband I would calculate 2 rounds with 18 holes with around 15 - 20 kilometers. So I played more than 200 kilometers with the Crosslap Cubus and the foam wheels are in really good shape. It will last more than 2 years I think. Let's see.
The owner of Crosslap ( Andreas Thoene ) said to me, that a new pair of foam wheels costs $38 . I think, that's a good price for replacing them.

About playing in wet conditions: I played one tournament-day in full wet conditions. It was raining cats and dogs. When I put out my raincoat, I have spare-place for the 2 putters, which I normally had in outside pocket. That works well. The wheels guard are not needed, because the foam wheels are so plain, that they almost don't "spray around" meanwhile rolling the Cubus.
As like the other carts everything inside the Cubus was still dry, because you did not place your bag on the wet ground.

Andreas (Nickname is "Andel") said, that you can also order directly from him here for $349 including shipping: http://www.crosslap-discs.de/ Send him a mail to ask for possible color combinations.

I will try to make more videos, but it takes time, and I am not good in editing videos... :-/
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Old 09-05-2017, 11:58 AM
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I talked to Crosslap about the question, which popped up here:
First about the foam wheels: I have my cart now for more than half a year a used it on several tournaments and rounds. If I take the kilometers from my fitness wristband I would calculate 2 rounds with 18 holes with around 15 - 20 kilometers. So I played more than 200 kilometers with the Crosslap Cubus and the foam wheels are in really good shape. It will last more than 2 years I think. Let's see.
The owner of Crosslap ( Andreas Thoene ) said to me, that a new pair of foam wheels costs $38 . I think, that's a good price for replacing them.

About playing in wet conditions: I played one tournament-day in full wet conditions. It was raining cats and dogs. When I put out my raincoat, I have spare-place for the 2 putters, which I normally had in outside pocket. That works well. The wheels guard are not needed, because the foam wheels are so plain, that they almost don't "spray around" meanwhile rolling the Cubus.
As like the other carts everything inside the Cubus was still dry, because you did not place your bag on the wet ground.

Andreas (Nickname is "Andel") said, that you can also order directly from him here for $349 including shipping: http://www.crosslap-discs.de/ Send him a mail to ask for possible color combinations.

I will try to make more videos, but it takes time, and I am not good in editing videos... :-/
ah, beautiful! you are doing the lord's work

All of those answers are great and make perfect sense. I used to longboard and knew that the longboard wheels would spin up water but those go MUCH faster than this cart should be going. I think $38 is totally reasonable, I'd pay that yearly if it meant I didn't have to worry about flats.

Getting more and more excited about this

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Old 02-03-2018, 07:23 PM
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Bump and has anybody played with this bag yet?
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Old 02-04-2018, 02:00 PM
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Bump and has anybody played with this bag yet?
Bag? You mean, this cart Crosslap Cubus. I just had a wonderfull training-round in the snow today. The wheels are still working, also with snow on it. Other Cart-players with fenders over the wheels didn't roll today.

BTW: Just this week Crosslap Cubus Version 2.0 was released with some little improvements.
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Schnee? Wo wonhnst du?

I have not yet seen the new specifications, is that published yet? Or what is the difference?

This cart has piqued my interest.
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Old 02-04-2018, 03:16 PM
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I am living in Hamburg, Germany. Snow is getting more rare here in the last years.

As I am ambassador for Crosslap DiscGolf, I have just posted the specification on Facebook-page
https://www.facebook.com/crosslapdiscgolfshop/

The improvements are:
  • new thicker and more isolated bag inside with less noises,
  • one more stable Putter-pocket (but just for one putter),
  • roll snaps holds the cover better on the Cubus,
  • one bottle-holder (optional umbrella holder available),
  • fixed grip-knob (optional adjustable grip-knob is available for 15 Euro extra)
Normal price in Germany is 289 Euro. Ask discsunlimited, when they order vol. 2.0 .

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Old 02-04-2018, 03:19 PM
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I'm from Darmstadt. Snow is less common most years now there, from what my sister tells me.

Thanks for the summary! I may just order direct, and ship to Wiesbaden...

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Old 02-05-2018, 10:11 AM
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Maybe a stupid question, but the Crosslap Cubus, that is made of metal correct? it's not a plastic cart?

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Old 02-05-2018, 03:49 PM
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Maybe a stupid question, but the Crosslap Cubus, that is made of metal correct? it's not a plastic cart?
There are no stupid question, only stupid answers
Metal would be to heavy. It is completely made of aluminium. The cover a little bit thicker, than the walls.
And the wheels are attached on an axis of stainless steel.
So everything is stable and undestroyable

BTW: I found that out with that it is aluminium, because I wanted to put a magnet pin on it and it fell down.
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Old 02-05-2018, 04:09 PM
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I just got attention of the other discussion thread of the comparison between delta and cubus. Well, as far as I am an ambasssador of Crosslap I know, that Crosslap has never hands on a Delta. And I have never seen a Delta here in Germany neither in Europe. As you have never seen a Cubus in US (until now). ;-)
The only one, who could maybe compare them, would be someone from discs unlimited, if they have seen them both.
Would be a dream, to see a Cubus side by side to a Delta.
(The Zuca is much higher and smaller and from the design not comparable.)
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