Howdy, just a couple of thoughts, as it's only been a few weeks. I love kit. And, I want it all to match, or compliment my Navy Blue message. I have added an umbrella sleeve, a stanchion, a very cool seat cushion with a bungee to hold my over layer, should I need to shed it. I have ordered a blue putter pouch, but I am disappointed that I can't get one in Navy Blue. Other Items I would order if offered in Navy Blue are: a rainfly, wheel covers, fenders, and panniers. I am currently working with a sewing expert to build Navy Blue panniers which fold forward from the front corners. The panniers will include the missing zippered pocket I have been seeking. Because the cart comes only with removable pouches, security of phones wallets and keys is sketchy, as the whole pocket could spill from the cart unnoticed. At least one zippered compartment, preferably accessed from inside the bag should have been included for $239. The handle came loose on the second day of use, allowing the cart to spin, spill, and generally mis-perform during my tournament round at Maple Hill. I tightened the connection, but now it is a point of uncertainty. I am glad I got a cart, after several failed attempts to make my own, and I want any Navy Blue gadgetry your company can offer to accessorize.
Good: The cart and disc was beautiful. The service support was quick and helpful.
Bad: Only 1 of 2 order was fulfilled. The other order was apparently an internal issue where it show stock, but was not available. The cart arrived with a broken piece and could not determine when the piece was broken (before or during delivery). The help was “need to order the part from Zuca”. I already had to pay $90 on duty so wasn’t going to order the one piece and pay for shipping and duty on that. Anyway, the product was great, the help was good. The bad probably out of the company control (inventory on website isn’t). I gave a high review due to the product and initial help on tracking. The one was due to not getting exactly what I ordered.
Product was as it stated