The best push cart I've ever used
June 23, 2016
Packaging & Assembly: The box arrived and all the parts were well packaged and undamaged. The box was crushed in one spot during shipping but the inside packaging was well protected and no parts were damaged. Once unpacked I searched for assembly instructions to no avail. Well, how hard could this be anyway, I though, and proceeded to put the wheels on (really slick, just press a button and slide). Then I found the instructions - they were tucked inside the storage compartment of the cart itself. Oh well, didn't really need them as there are only a couple of parts involved and they snap on exactly the way you'd expect.
Folding and Unfolding: It's definitely worth doing this a couple of times at home before you hit the course. It works well but it's not that obvious how to collapse and expand the cart just by looking at it. Once you figure it out it's easy to do. The cart does not fold down quite as compactly as my previous cart but it you need to you can pop the wheels off with a single button press for each one. That could be really handy for clean up too!
Loading the Bag: I've got a Sun Mountain Sync bag which designed for Push Carts. Loading it is really easy. There are two straps that fasten with Velcro to hold the bag in place. They were easy to size. I didn't have any trouble with the bag slipping or flopping around.
On the Course: This is the real strength of the cart. The swivel front wheel reduces the effort to push the cart on in most situations. I didn't realize just how often I was having to push down on the handle to pop up the front wheel and course correct on the my previous cart until I used the tri-swivel. You'll be surprised by how much more energy you have in the tank for walking using this push cart. When the course slops from right to left/left to right then you'll want to lock the front wheel to keep the cart moving straight. One single lever, conveniently placed, and you're set. The brake lever is also really well situated and locks both back wheels for greater security.
Overall: Very well built, easy to use, and steer around the course. Could fold down bit smaller, but it does let you pop off the wheels with no effort if necessary. I highly recommend this push cart.