Clicgear Golf Push Carts Review (Revised and Updated)

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One of the most innovative golfing companies, Clicgear is credited with designing the original compact three-wheel push cart.

To help you decide which Clicgear golf push cart suits you most we have reviewed their top models below.

All Clicgear push carts were reviewed as part of our Best Golf Push Carts equipment guide.

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Top Clicgear Golf Push Carts

Clicgear manufactures a range of golf carts, in order to choose the best Clicgear push cart that suits your needs, read our individual reviews about the top golf push carts by Clicgear.

1

Clicgear 3.5+ Golf Push Cart

Clicgear 3.5 Golf Pull Cart The new and improved version of the Clicker 3.0 is here! Whilst not such a step up to require the name change to 4.0, the 3.5+ still packs a punch for its price. By far the most popular push cart that Clicgear manufactures, the 3.5+ still retains excellent build quality, rugged good looks and pin-point performance.

For the fashion lovers out there, you won’t be disappointed. The 3.5+ comes in 8 distinct colour designs that will suit everyone. On a more practical note, the brakes have been upgraded, there is far more storage (including an umbrella holder and a cup holder) and there is a new strap system which will hold your golf bag rock solid. The price has also gone down, which is always a bonus for the ‘bargain’ hunters out there.

Whilst this cart is certainly an excellent one, for people who already have the 3.0, then there probably aren’t enough reasons to upgrade just yet. The folding mechanism is still somewhat disjointed and the cube shape of the folded cart is still slightly cumbersome. However, for people looking for a top quality golf cart at a decent price, you really cant look past the 3.5+. Another reason to look into this cart is the sheer number of associated accessories that can be purchased with the cart. We’re talking shoe brushes, warming mitts, cooler bag, umbrellas and many more that are designed to fit with the Clicgear golf push cart range.

PROS:
  • Excellent build quality
  • Sleek design
  • Huge range of add-on accessories
CONS:
  • Folding design is complex
  • Quite heavy compared to other carts
  • Cumbersome cube shape when folded
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Clicgear 8.0 Golf Push Cart

Clicgear 8.0 Cart Pushing themselves into new waters, the model 8.0 is Clicgear’s first foray into four-wheeled carts. This, of course, is if you don’t count their sub-brand ‘Rovic’ which essentially is Clicgear (more on Rovic carts below).

Like the 3.5+, the 8.0 is very well made and feels as solid as a rock. This is partly because it is as heavy as a rock weighing in at the 22 pound mark! A true heavyweight that some people might be put off by. The fold-down size is also a slight issue with the collapsable dimensions coming in at 27″ x 17″ x 15″. Like the 3.5+, the 8.0 collapses down into a cube shape which actually isn’t the most compact design out there. Unless you’re driving a truck, you may want to chuck the cart in the back seat to save yourself playing a game of Tetris in the trunk.

A large storage tray, rough and tumble tyres, dual front brakes and a whole host of add-on accessories all make this cart a worthy choice. However, there are certain issues. The major one is the price. Clicgear have never been known for their cheap golf carts and the model 8.0 certainly doesn’t disappoint. The lack of straps in the lower section is also a disappointment, making the bag slip and slide on the cart. Whilst the build quality is good, we would probably advise going for the 3.5+ or one of the less expensive option in the Rovic range.

PROS:
  • Loads of accessories
  • Build quality is excellent
CONS:
  • A little pricey
  • On the heavy side!
  • Carry bags don’t feel secure enough when attached
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3

Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart

Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart Sleek and stylish, the Rovic RV1C is definitely the ‘compact’ cart in the Rovic series by Clicgear. Very similar in style, looks and function to that of the 3.5+, the Rovic RV1C stands at 24″ tall x 15″ x 13″ and is just slightly taller than the 3.5+. However, the difference in height is about as far as the differences run with both having almost identical features, although the Rovic lacks a storage net under the console.

Like the 3.5+, the Rovic RV1C comes equipped with a cup holder, umbrella holder, accessory mounts, hand brake and comes in three different colours – lime/charcoal, charcoal/black and arctic/white. The Rovic RV1C starts at $180 which is a lot better than its brother – the 3.5+ and can be equipped with the full Clicgear family of add-on accessories.

PROS:
  • Good build quality
  • 3 year warranty
  • Very light
CONS:
  • Still not the cheapest option out there
  • Not the most compact on the market
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4

Clicgear Rovic RV3J – Junior Golf Push Cart

ClicgearRovic RV3J – Junior Golf Push Cart This is the new junior cart from Rovic which, like it says on the tin, is ideal for the junior golfers out there. Weighing in at just 10 pounds, the Clicgear Rovic RV3J is super lightweight and easy to push. The large 13” wheels also make the cart easy to push for the smaller golfers.

Exceptionally compact, the Clicgear Rovic RV3J has an easy one step folding design and nice soft grip handle for ease of holding. Although small, the cart comes equipped with a good sized cup holder and umbrella latch. Although there is a fair amount of plastic parts on the cart, this does lower weight which is important for juniors. There is a nice footbrake that brings the cart to a stop at the press of your foot, however, the brake is only on one wheel and has the tendency to spin the cart slightly. There is also multiple colour options which we know the kids will love! The cart feels very sturdy for its size (thanks to its large rear wheels) and fits a junior bag very nicely.

PROS:
  • Easy fold down design
  • Easy to push through the rough
  • Excellent accessories available
  • Very lightweight
CONS:
  • Single wheel brake can spin cart
  • A fair amount of plastic parts
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Conclusion

There is no doubting that Clicgear make an exceptional range of golf carts from their heavyweight model 8 to their junior options such as the Rovic RV3J. Build design across the range is excellent, however, you have to be willing to shed out a little more cash than you would have to with other brands. One thing that really stands out with Clicgear is the amount of accessories on offer. These accessories really make a difference in how you personalise your cart, making the cart feel like your own.

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