I finally decided to retire my old pull cart, so it was time to do a little research and the Clicgear 3.5+ pushcart was one of the models I wanted to test. In this post, I’ll be reviewing the cart and sharing my honest thoughts after putting it to the test.
Long story short, I was super impressed with the Clicgear 3.5+ and it’s actually the model I ended up going with. I tested and tried a lot of different models and this one was my favorite. It was a little bit pricey compared to other models but it was super sturdy, easy to push around, and it folded down to a nice compact size. It’s definitely not perfect or anything like that, but It impressed me enough to pick one up.
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Clicgear 3.5+ Push Cart Review
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Clicgear 3.5+ First Impressions
The first thing I noticed with this pushcart was how sturdy it was, being so lightweight. I’ve tested a lot of different models, and a lot were either really light and kind of flimsy or heavy and hard to push around. I found this to be a perfect balance, which was awesome.
The next thing was how small it actually folded down. My old cart just folded in half so it was always a struggle fitting that and 2 bags in my trunk. The 3.5+ was way easier to drag around…another plus.
The third thing was that it had storage on it. Again, my old cart didn’t have any room to hold anything so it was nice switching to something like this. Instead of having drinks and snacks stuffed in my bag, I could toss all that in the cart and have easy access.
Overall, first impressions were solid.
How Did It Perform?
With the performance, the 2 things I’m looking at are sturdiness and smoothness. Both those boxes got checked by me and that’s why I went with this model over others. It was easy to push around the course and I didn’t have to worry about it falling over on hills like I did my old cart.
Some other things I liked about it was how small and compact it was when folded, and how easy the break was to use. Other than that, there’s really nothing else a pushcart needs to do…
Overall, I was really happy with the performance and was fine spending a bit more money for it. Here’s a demo video:
- It’s super smooth and sturdy going around the course.
- It’s small and compact when folded.
- It has lots of storage for snacks, drinks, gear, and clothes.
- It’s a bit more expensive than a lot of others.
- It was a bit hard learning how to fold it (after a few times it was no problem).
- The cup holder could be a bit easier to put bottles in.
- Performance score: 10
- Price score: 7
- Durability score: 10
- Personal score: 9
My Final Thoughts
If you’re in the market for a new pushcart, I’d highly recommend considering the Clicgear 3.5+. It’s the model I ended up going with after testing out a lot of different carts. It’s a bit more expensive, but in my opinion, it’s definitely worth it.
Super comfortable pushing it around the course, it’s really well built, and it holds all my stuff. Not much else you can ask for when it comes to a pushcart.
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