Push Trolley recommendations

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Hopefully in the new year ill be moving from my very hilly course to a relatively flat one .
So i was going to sell my electric one and move to a push trolley ( Please dont try and convince to not to ive made my mind up :) )

I prefer to get a second-hand one / nearly new unless its a real bargain

Any recommendation or more importantly ones to avoid ..... Must be able to hold a Umbrella in light/moderate wind and fold down relatively small

thanks
 

hairball_89

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The Clicgear mentioned above and the Druids trolley are probably the 2 most popular on here. I've the latter and it's fab, very happy with it and highly recommend.
 

Bobthesock

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I have the druids one that's about 70 quid. Brilliant just takes a few times to get used to how to fold it down
 

sunshine

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Hopefully in the new year ill be moving from my very hilly course to a relatively flat one .
So i was going to sell my electric one and move to a push trolley ( Please dont try and convince to not to ive made my mind up :) )

I prefer to get a second-hand one / nearly new unless its a real bargain

Any recommendation or more importantly ones to avoid ..... Must be able to hold a Umbrella in light/moderate wind and fold down relatively small

thanks
Just remove the battery from your electric trolley and hey presto you have a push trolley.
 
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Just remove the battery from your electric trolley and hey presto you have a push trolley.
That would make it a very expensive push trolley .Part of my thinking was releasing some funds new trolley around £80-150 and sell mine £300-400
Also i have pushed it before even with the wheels adjusted a normal push trolley glides so much easier
 
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