Take into account the time the seller spends building it, time isn't free, judging by what I see in it it's not something you can just toss together in 2 hours, I could be wrong though. Plus it doesn't look like some half assed wooden built item either. It's deffinately not a thrown together with a truck hood in 2 hours item. It's easy to rip on peoples stuff when you don't know what it takes to build it. If it's made out of a material that is very weather proof, and is very durable with no maintenance, then it may be a bargain at that price.
I could see if the cart was included yes, It would be hard to justify the purchase if I couldn't see the materials and workmanship involved before purchasing. It is a nice idea with definate profitability though. I do have a bad back, and there is the possibility that if it gets much worse I may need a cart, and something that that would be handy for me.
Don't rip on the guys stuff until you know what the materials are, what it takes to build it, and how good it actually works. No need to jump the gun and be an asshat before you know. Opinions are like (You know the rest.). If you like to build your own stuff, then that's fine, but no need to rip on this when you don't even know how it's built, what it's made of, and what it takes to build it right.
the title was what do you think of this..... i believe they just gave thier opinions and didn't attack the person individually. settle the hell down, even if you are the making them you wouldn't have the right to take that much offense to thier comments. and unless you make a very high quality, always necessary item at a low cost you will be hard pressed to sell them to disc golfers as we are a rather crafty and cheap group of people who would rather build our own no matter what it is. people make thier own crappy homemade baskets rather than spending 375 on a top quality one that will last a lifetime, what do you expect?
Asshat thats a new one! Yes I was just giving my opinion as stated. You can laugh at my 78 Chevy truck hood all you want but I can guarantee it is 10 times more durable than plastic or wood. For cripe sakes it's already been around for 31 years, and it's super light weight, lighter than plastic, lighter than wood. Plus here is something to think about...........
I drive a 92 Toyota Supra, you know tiny sports car with a really slanted hatchback. That huge rack would not fit in my car. What I have barely fits in what little backseat I have. My cart folds up with my rack, not saying his doesn't but I would bet otherwise. My cart will not fit in the hatch, nor would a rack that is as tall as the cart standing up. So where the hell would I put that. Plus I already carry 16-20 discs why would i want to carry 30+ around? And as someone else stated what happens when you tip the cart over and you will tip the cart over. Even with mine in a bag it has happened and they all go rolling down the hill.
He he, I was the one who mentioned tipping it over. I gave my opinion early but without any flame. I just think the opinions could be expressed without being overly critical, and almost belittling.
It's great most are crafty, and I'd be likely to come up with my own solution rather than purchase something that pricey also. But after blowing it up and taking a good gander at it. It looks like a well built item. I'd be willing to bet there are people that will buy those. He's not going to get rich off of it, but I'd be willing to bet he will sell some of them.
Yum Supra! Early 92 with the older body style or later 92 with the last body style? That's a car with a ton of potential.
Also, you are welcome to use asshats anytime. It's my favorite thing to use when people are being harsh.