The hottest push cart in golf! Model 3.0 is new for Spring 2010, and included many improved features. Still folds to an amazing 13" x 15" x 24" for easy storage and transportation. New mesh storage net. New front wheel lock and main hinge lever for easier open and close. New improved console and handle foam material. Made from aircraft grade aluminum tubing for lightweight durability. Available in black, blue, silver, red, orange, kiwi and yellow.
3-wheel golf pushcart with compact folding frame for easy transport
Front wheel lock and improved hinge lever for easier open and close
Upgraded console with ball holder, scorecard holder, glove holder, and more
Durable handle grip material; mesh storage net underneath console
Low-maintenance wheel design; folds to 13 x 24 x 15 inches (W x H x D)
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Average Customer Review:
( 111 customer reviews )
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58 of 59 found the following review helpful:
I love this cart, you will too!May 11, 2010
After extensive research of all the push carts available, I kept coming back to this one for a few reasons, the look, the features, and the size. The cart looks amazing, after getting used to unfolding and folding the cart (which only takes 20 seconds tops) I was able to admire the quality of the cart. You can tell quite a bit of thought was put into designing this award winning push cart. The frame of the cart is thick, and uses wide track tires. My friends and family have referred to the cart as a tank, but for the beefy look of the cart, it sure does glide across all terrains (uphill, downhill, fairways, rough, wet grass and dry grass.). The cart has some great features as well! The newly improved brake system is great, and it works just like flipping on a light switch up is on, down is off. The new levers on the cart have easy access handles, and the front wheel locking button has worked great so far! I have heard complaints of the size of the 2.0 cup holder, but the newly improved cup holder will take on just about any size beverage, I have tested cans, bottles, and even big 32 oz sports drinks as well. By far my favorite feature is the cargo net and newly designed console. The cargo net is great to throw your phone or keys into and not worry about them falling out. The console for the cart fits a sleeve of golf balls, three golf tees, your scorecard, pencil, and has plenty of room for a small hand towel, golf glove and a snack or two for the course, the new grip has a great feel to it too! Included is an umbrella holder which is great for hot sunny days or rainy days ( For an extra $30 you can purchase an adjustable umbrella holder.) One big reason I kept coming back to this cart over the rest is the fold-up size. The cart is very small once folded up and again once you get down unfolding the cart it is a breeze. Overall no complaints about this cart other than the weight (The beefy frame is a bit on the heavy side), it was a great buy and I would definitely buy another one! There are plenty of neat accessories available for the cart, which I'm sure I will have eventually. The price of the cart is reasonable considering the quality of the cart.
41 of 43 found the following review helpful:
ClicGear 3.0 - Excellent ProductNov 15, 2010
By autocirc I 've had the ClicGear 3.0 for a month and highly recommend it. This will last me until my golf days are over.
Pros: 1. Very well packaged/padded when shipped. 2. Made of strong materials. Should last a long time if used properly and is not abused. 3. Very easy to engage brakes (flip lever). 4. Storage compartment can hold three balls and personal items (watch, cell-phone, wallet, etc.) 5. Does not feel heavy while pushing. 6. Easy to read/follow instructions. 7. Compact. About the size of a carry-on bag. 8. Easy to adjust front wheel (if needed). 9. Good looking. 10. Tires are made of a solid material. No need to inflate. 11. Comes with an umbrella holder attachment. I've never used it, but it looks like a good feature to allow hands-free use of umbrella. 11. Has several optional accessories that can be hooked on to the cart (water bottle holder, range finder/gps carrying case, etc.)
Cons: 1. Expensive - $200 (Note: But excellent value considering its quality and cost of competing brands.) 2. May need to adjust front wheel to make it go straight. I had to perform road tests and re-adjust a few times. 3. May be heavy for some while loading and unloading (about 20 lbs). 4. Folding/Unfolding takes some practice. Fingers can get caught if cart is not held at proper places. 5. Tires may slip under very slippery and steep conditions (while parked).
23 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Clicgear 3.0 golf push cartMay 07, 2010
By srnoncom I, as many others, did extensive reviews before selecting a golf cart .... and this one is the BEST ! It unfolds and folds easily ... IF you follow the enclosed instructions. Once expanded it is a nice looking, noticed golf cart ! My golf partner told me it looks like a "Rolls Royce". I took it out for its maiden voyage a few days ago and tried it on hillsides, down cart paths, on fairways, etc. and it rolls very nicely. The two complaints that I have would be that it is a little on the heavy side (approx 22 lbs), but it rides like a "Cadillac" because of it, and can get away from you on downhills if you aren't careful. The other complaint, and maybe it's the way I have my bag loaded, is that even when the brake is set it will sometimes roll backward down STEEP hills. I guess there isn't enough weight over the front wheel .... I honestly did not test it with the lead wheel facing down the hill. It folds up nicely, has smooth edges so it didn't trap much grass, etc. even after a morning dew; I didn't even have to clean the cart when I was done. Look around for the best price, and length of shipping. I would buy another at anytime, and it even comes with a nice, functional cup holder.
20 of 21 found the following review helpful:
an excellent walking golfer's choiceJun 27, 2010
By shortgame A friend of mine walks around our home course with his Clicgear 2 model, while about every 10th round I watch my otherwise very user friendly Bag Boy cart blow over and dump out all of my golf gear and paraphernalia on a hillside fairway. So the last time that happened, I drove home and logged on to find the model 3 CG just made available. Having made the "one click buy" I can report it's a gem. It is extremely simple to unfold and refold for auto travel, it is wide and sturdy, and it is a breeze to push around for 18 holes. The brake that freezes the front wheel really holds the cart on a pretty steep slope. The little tote bag is very handy for cell phone and or rangefinder. Though I think the umbrella holder being a screw in mount right in the center of the back cart puts the umbrella shaft right in ones face. Model 3 comes with a very clever cup holder and four "buttons" to hold beverages, but I have not been able to find extra holders for sale at any site, including Amazon.
A caution: be very careful unfolding(and refolding) the cart. I was late to a round a week ago, and in hast yanked the CG open and badly mashed the end of my forefinger, at a place on the cart other than the Youtube instructional video advises caution. I must assume this is happening to others not infrequently.
13 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Brake Problem!May 15, 2012
By Lmann I bought this 15 months ago and at the time gave it 5 stars. I now have to remove 2 because of a serious brake problem which is shared by lots of users. If you go to Clicgear's website there is even a video of how to repair the brake. The problem is the dinky wire cable, housed in a black rubber sheath, that functions as the brake, much as a bicycle brake. The stranded wire is not very thick, and the plastic attachment at the bottom ( by the 3rd wheel ) that secures one end of the cable is also not too strong. I was using the brake a lot, granted - whenever I felt there might be the slightest chance of roll. When the cable gave out - last week - I had to replace it. That's the problem. Clicgear's customer service is excellent. They know there's a problem and are working on a re-design, and will do whatever they can to assist in helping you replace the cable. And the parts cost is very reasonable. Still, it's a real drag to do the job. It took me and a friend, a lamp designer with strong mechanical skills, over 3 hrs. We watched the video on my laptop, pausing at every step. The video is not great. You can't really see a lot of the steps up close, and it doesn't explain common assembly errors you might make. However, after you install it once, you'll have an easier time the next go around. But if that's in a year I'll have forgetten most of it by then. I still love the push cart, but am going to be very stingy about only using the brake when it's absolutely necessary. Considering the problems with my golf game, it's an added concern I don't need.
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