The British golf magazine Golf Monthly has tested the new cart bag Aqua V-1 and the stand bag Dri Lite G from BIG MAX . See the verdict of the two testers here.
Aqua V-1 - waterproof cart bag ensures a perfect overview and order of the equipment
The 9 waterproof pockets of the Aqua V-1 and the 7 water-repellent compartments of the Dri Lite G are particularly noteworthy. Both of the testers' mobile phones survived the water test without getting a drop.
The innovative V-Lock technology of the Aqua V-1 is very positive in combination with the Blade Quattro , which Neil Tappin uses to transport the Cartbag Aqua V-1 on the court. The drivers don't rattle, even though they aren't protected by head covers. This is made possible by the Aqua V-1 's Turn & Lock technology. Neil Tappin also highlights the large putter compartment, which easily accommodates a large putter grip. The 14-way organizer top has the advantage, the tester notes, that you don't have to pull out and reposition the individual clubs as much as you have a good overview.
The 9 waterproof compartments offer plenty of storage space and protection for equipment for such a small cart bag, according to Neil Tappin.
Dri Lite G – lightweight stand bag for lots of space
The Dri Lite G stands out with its modern design and interesting color combinations and the comparatively low weight. 7 waterproof pockets protect the tester's cell phone and also offer plenty of space for a stand bag.
Thanks to the comfortable Air Channel straps and the padding directly on the bag, the back is protected, says tester Joel Tadman happily.