Today, we’re going to be reviewing the Clicgear 8.0 golf push cart and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts after testing out this cart. I’ve tested quite a few pushcarts over the past few months, and some were a lot better than others. That being said, how did I like the Clicgear 8.0?
Long story short, I did like this cart and would give it a thumbs up. It had a great look to it and was one of the sturdier carts on the market. A lot of the other carts out there were pretty flimsy, so that was a big plus. I also found it easier to set up and take down compared to other models. The final thing I liked about it was how much storage it had on it. Pretty much all my snacks, drinks, jacket, and rangefinder fits into it no problem. The only downside to the 8.0 is that it’s a bit more pricey and it doesn’t fold down as small as some other carts. Not a huge problem, but overall, I’d recommend the Clicgear 8.0.
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Clicgear 8.0 Golf Push Cart Review
Clicgear 8.0 First Impressions
The first thing I noticed was how sturdy this cart was compared to some other models. A lot of the cheaper models out there aren’t very stable and seem pretty cheaply made, but I was glad to see the 8.0 well built.
I also found it super smooth to push around the course, so that made things a lot easier.
It was a little bit heavy (22 lbs) and it folded down to about 27″ x 17″ x 15″, which is a bit bigger than some people like, but overall, it wasn’t a big deal. The only thing is it might be tough fitting 2 bags and this cart in your trunk.
I found the 8.0 to be a lot easier to set up and take down than the previous Clicgear 3.5+. All you really have to do is unlock the little lever, step on where it says “step”, and pull up.
How Did The Cart Perform?
I really liked the 4-wheels it had on it which made things super stable. It worked perfectly fine going up and down hills and also was no problem going sideways along a hill. Long story short, it won’t tip (I mean, it shouldn’t…).
The brake worked just like it should and it’s not going to roll away anywhere…
The handle was super adjustable, so you could have it in any position. Also, the wheels were made of high-quality foam so you won’t have to worry about pumping them up or getting a flat.
Finally, it had a great amount of storage on it for all your junk. It has a compartment with a magnetic lid to hold all your valuables, it has a scorecard holder, and it has an umbrella mount…for all you umbrella holders.
Here’s a demo video:
Who’s It Best For/Not For?
I’d say the Clicgear 8.0 is best for someone who plays a lot of golf and isn’t tight on a budget. It’s a more expensive model, and I think it’s definitely worth it, but there are cheaper options out there.
If you’re tight on a budget or are only out there hacking it around a couple of times per year, maybe go with a cheaper pushcart. That’s just my opinion.
Clicgear 8.0 Specs
|Open Size||35 x 29 x 21 inches|
|Closed Size||22.5 x 15 inches|
- It has a great look and is extremely sturdy.
- It’s a lot easier to set up and take down than before.
- It comes with a lot of storage.
- It’s a bit more pricey than other models.
- It’s not the lightest cart (but still rolls smooth).
- It doesn’t fold down that small.
- Performance score: 10
- Price score: 7
- Durability score: 10
- Personal score: 9
My Final Thoughts
Overall, I really liked the Clicgear 8.0 cart and would give it a thumbs up. It’s not the cheapest cart out there but the benefits outweigh the cost (in my opinion).
It was well built, was easy to push around, and had a good amount of storage. What else could you ask for?
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