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Clicgear 2.0 Golf Push Cart (Lavender)

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  • The most compact push cart in the industry. Folds to 24" x 15" x 13"
  • Maintenance Free Airless Tires
  • Positive Lock Brake System
  • Aircraft grade aluminum tubing for lightweight strength
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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Product Description

Clicgear Push Cart 2.0 folds to a sub-compact 24" x 15" 13", easily making it the most compact push cart available. The 2008 Model 2.0 features an easier to open design, new maintenance free airless tires, improved Positive Lock Brake system, and a new storage bracket for your umbrella tube. The full size console features an improved beverage holder, and also has a magnetically locking storage tray. The Push Cart 2.0 is constructed from lightweight aircraft grade aluminum tubing, and features powder coated paint to resist scratching.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 21.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001FWY9EA
  • Item model number: CGC017-LAV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #679,916 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Alan T. Minasi on May 5, 2009
Color: Orange Verified Purchase
Let me start out by writing why I bought a push cart in the first place. I'm a rider and I wanted to play for cheaper rates, carts are so expensive.My theory was that this would pay for itself cart=17.00 per round play 12 rounds and this baby is paid for. I read many reviews and couldn't find how easy or hard this was to push. Which I really wanted to know because my old 2 wheel pull cart was complete torture to use I would rather walk in agony than to deal with that hunk of junk. Anyways I'm skinny and have no muscle (haha) and this push cart is SICK easy to push. 90% of the time I have one hand in my pocket and ONE finger on the cart. If you are going down a slight incline or a big one just let this bad boy go (I've had it up to 10-12 mph myself). Where's it going to go? it's certainly not going to flop over or anything it's way too solid & nice and wide for that not to mention it's kind of blast to watch your clubs go flying down the fairway. When I go up hills it's 3 times easier than carrying. This cart is the nicest part of my golf game and certainly looks better than it too. I can't think of anything I would change for the good on this unit. If your hesitant in purchasing this cart I just don't see how you would be disappointed, this thing is great. The only thing I would add is a yard counter on one of wheels. So since I was feeling very cool about about my cart I got a GPS unit (igolf neo $137.oo w/shipping). The Clicgear cart comes with a bunch of extras that are included and others that you buy. You have to buy the GPS holder($15.00) but man am I hooked up this cart and a GPS right on the handlebars for very easy viewing. This is the nicest thing I have purchased in a while. I have to say I don't review many items but felt a need to with this, I hope this helps.Read more ›
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By T. Dorman on June 16, 2008
Color: Silver
I have been using my ClicGear for about 2 months now. Had been using a Sun Mountain speed cart, but just got tired of pumping and repairing flat tires. I love this cart. Quality and convenience throughout. Pushes easily, rolls true, feels and looks substantial, yet it easily folds to a neat little package that's only 13" x 15" wide and 24" high. I used to hate cleaning cart wheels every time I put the Sun Mountain in the van. With this little baby, it's totally unnecessary. I bought a little plastic pan that's about 14" x 20". Now the cart and the shoes just sit right in the pan and any debris is contained. This is really a neat little package. The only small complaint I have is that the brakes do not engage as smoothly as the Sun Mountain did. I consider this a small price to pay for the other overwhelming advantages.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark L. Dyson on October 16, 2008
Color: Blue
This is arguably the Cadillac of non-motorized push carts. I did a lot of internet research on carts: reading of claims, counter-claims, and reviews, and this is the one I decided on. I'm very glad of my decision. I had it out of the box and unfolded in a snap; the folding and unfolding are extremely easy to manage--just make sure you trip the side latch as well as the pull one before you try to open it up, and you're golden. It fits easily in my trunk, and takes up about the same space as the medium gym bag I carry my shoes and hat in. I took it out for its maiden round on a hilly, winding course while it rained for the first several holes. The cart was a dream to push: almost no rolling resistance at all, even over thick wet grass. It handled easily over cart path curbs, crushed gravel paths, normal fairways--you name it, it handled it just fine. The hand brake is very reliable, allowing me to park on some fairly steep hillsides with confidence. The console isn't waterproof, but in a light rain it might as well be. I kept three spare balls, my cell phone, and some other odds and ends in mine and everything stayed dry. There is an umbrella holder (for when it's folded up, for storage) that's much easier to access than the one on the bag, as well as two towel clips. There is also a small Velcro spot above each towel clip that is perfect for holding your golf glove when you're not wearing it. My only two nits to pick: the driver and fairway wood(s) extend far enough to interfere with getting to the console easily. I lowered the adjustable handle one click and that improved access tremendously. Also, my golf umbrella has a rubber "pistol grip" that doesn't fit into the provided tube for mounting it to the cart's handle. That handle mount would have been very handy yesterday. Oh, well.Read more ›
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Roman on March 29, 2009
I was impressed by the clicgearusa website presentation of this cart but skeptical. After purchasing one I am happy to say that it has proven my inital skepticism completely unfounded. It literally takes me no more than 5 to 7 seconds to unfold or fold this cart. One note, the very first time you are looking to unfold it (right out of the box) remember to unlock the main folding clip. I forgot about the clip (the very first time) and couldn't figure out why I was feeling resistance to pulling it open...and then I realized I was retarded and didn't flip the clip open (even though the instructional manuals tells you to open the clip first).

The cart moves wonderfully across all sorts of terrain, has held my large cart bag, as well as my smaller stand bag. The pedal on my stand bag makes it sit a little odd on the cart but with no issue beyond the way it looks a little to the side. Functions fine, looks off-kilter.

My only issue with the cart is two-fold and related to the beverage holder. One, if you have a beverage that is around half-full or more, you will spill it while pushing this cart (but that is probably the case with most cart beverage holders)...except, there is a tendency for the spillage to end up on your scorecard if you are keeping it in the top holder. This is easily avoidable if you hold your beer (err...I mean soda pop can) in your hand while pushing the cart (which is easily pushed and steered with one hand). The other issue is again, if you have your scorecard kept in the top holder and you have a "soda pop" in the beverage holder, depending on the size of the card, it will interfere a smidge when opening the magnetic lid...very minor issue.
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