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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
on 19 November 2010
Trolley arrived today and cannot believe there would be a better one available at this price(£50).
Solid, good weight and holds my Callaway bag and clubs perfectly. Looks the dogs too.

Had the umbrella holder in addition (£8.99) which is solid and wide. Accomodates my thick Dryjoy brolley with ease.
Communication from the company (Kevin) was first rate too.

You won't do better than this.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on 24 August 2010
Though I have only used this trolley 3 times since I purchased it,I am well pleased. It is easy to fold/unfold, and stowaway. It is very easy to pull/push. A good purchase.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on 11 October 2010
Trolley very easy to assemble and all parts appear robust. In use I find it light and very manoeuvrable. It then folds to a fairly compact size and fits easily into car boot alongside clubs. Highly recommended
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69 of 71 people found the following review helpful
on 2 September 2010
I highly recommend this trolley. It takes 10 mins to assemble from its flat pack state. The trolley is of sturdy build and the wheels glide very easierly, you will need to use the brake. There are plastic locators that adjust to accomodate different sizes of bag and the straps hold the bag in place. A drinks , tee, ball, scorecard, pencil holders and mesh bag finish the trolley off nicely. Also brought the umbrella holder that fits like a glove.
The trolley is very light to carry and takes seconds to erect.
5 star product at half the price of the brand leader.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on 8 September 2010
After reading several reviews about several trolleys I decided to take a chance on this one as there were no reviews for it at the time. When it arrived i knew I'd made the right choice. Everything about this trolley is well built. It doesn't feel cheap or plastic, the folding mechanism is reassuringly strong and the overall product is fantastic. On the course it pushes with ease up and down hills and not once has by bag slipped or fallen off. Plus with all its extras, drinks, ball, tee, scorecard holder etc this is easily the best option if £179 just seems too much for the clicgear.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 12 May 2011
An excellent product much easier than pulling a trolley. The quality of the product
cannot be faulted and the prompt service from Amazon was excellent.
A. ELSE
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on 6 April 2012
I bought one of these about 6 months ago and have used it quite a lot. It was easy to assemble and the instructions were very clear. I carry a full set of clubs in a stand bag. It is a well made cart with a substantial aluminium tubular frame and the other bits, including the wheels, are made from a tough plastic. There is a cavity in the handle which is supposed to take your score card but I found mine didn't fit. This is hardly a problem as the best place for your card is in your pocket. There is provision for a few tees in a holder but they tend to fall out when the trolley is in the car boot. I put my tees in the cavity along with a pencil and a ball marker, closed with a plastic lid with a magnetic catch, which is quite secure. There is a nylon mesh bag under the handle which is great for spare balls. There is also provision in the cavity for two spare balls, but again I don't use this. There is a large hole suitable for a can or bottle in the handle but I have had no need to try this out it looks deep enough to securely contain a drink. There is also provision for an accessory umbrella holder to be attached, which is quite inexpensive and probably worth getting. On the links course I regularly play, umbrellas are a bit of a liability.

The brake is easy to apply with your foot and when applied shoots a bolt into a notch in the wheel which locks the wheel completely and, as the trolley is very freewheeling, this is necessary to prevent any movement on slopes. The wheels are reasonably well spaced and I find the trolley quite stable, but it will tip sideways if one wheel is much higher up a slope than the other.

The handle adjusts and yet is secure when tightened in your chosen position, thanks to a serrated mechanism which eliminates any possibility of slippage. The adjustment knob is large, smooth and easy to operate. My stand bag fits well and there is an adjustable strap with a fastex type buckle, which securely holds it with accommodation for larger bags, as the holder swivels open to provide extra girth and the strap is quite long. There is a similar lower strap which again has provision for large bags.

Collapsing the trolley is very simple, the only difficulty is folding in the front wheel because, inevitably, it is a bit muddy after a round and you tend to get your hands dirty. The two large wheels can be quickly removed, but this isn't really necessary as the trolley, when collapsed, is reasonably compact, although there are smaller trolleys around which tend to cost a lot more.

The trolley is nicely finished in black lacquer with a soft rubber coated handle which is not cold to the touch on the more nippy days.

This trolley may not impress many as it isn't one of the known, costly brands, but it does mark you out as someone who has at least as much sense as money.

BTW go to the the Greenpiste site, you will get it a little cheaper there and I suspect they pay British taxes!

I was so pleased with this trolley that I recently bought another. It arrived quickly, but the front wheel was very loose and rattled about noisily. I contacted Greenpiste who offered me advice to adjust it, but when this failed, they sent me a new front wheel assembly very quickly. So another good reason to get this trolley; any problems and they will be sorted very efficiently.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Product was delivered speedily and was easy to errect. Light and easy to use and I am glad with this product so far.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 17 August 2011
What Can I say... ordered, delivered and on the golf course in less than 30 hours, Fantastic service and value.

Putting it together was easy enough the only thing that needs bolting onto the trolley was the front wheel. It was a bit of a problem as the metal was not finished correctly but a minute of filing and everything fitted great.

Pushes along well, break is good, all the relevent holders worked and fitted my bag no problem (no slips over hills or bump on the course!). Just what you need on a trolley. Would recommend this to anyone who's not wanting to go the electric trolley route.

My only minor (and it is minor) concern is the 'hinge' for the compartment on the handle its just plastic with a crease but only time will tell if it holds up to lots of usuage.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 17 September 2011
Ive had a few comments on the course about this trolley. Easy to move around and control. No strain on your back/shoulders compared to the 2-wheeled trollies. My golf bag however is a stand bag which wobbles around abit but that was to be expected. Thanks
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