Today, we’re going to be reviewing the Clicgear Rovic RV1S pushcart and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts after testing it out on the course. I’ve tried and tested quite a few pushcarts over the past few months, so that being said, how did the RV1S stack up to the rest?
Long story short, I found the RV1S to be a super solid and well-built golf cart. It’s fairly light, rolls smoothly, and folds down to a nice compact size. It comes with a swiveling wheel (some people like and some don’t) but it can be locked in place. It’s not an overly expensive golf cart which is awesome and that’s why I’d give it a thumbs up and recommend.
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Clicgear Rovic RV1S Review
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Clicgear Rovic RV1S First Impressions
The first thing was that this cart has a 360-degree swivelling wheel which can also be locked in place.
My previous cart didn’t have a swivelling wheel and now that I’ve tried it, I definitely like a wheel that moves more.
The Rovic has a good amount of storage and could fit pretty much everything I normally bring on the course. I put my scorecard, my snacks/drinks, and my jacket in the cart and it fit no problem.
Some carts were pretty tough to fold down (at first) and this one would probably be the same for most.
I’ve used so many different versions, so it wasn’t bad for me, but someone who’s never used before might take a few times to get used to it (just like anything else).
The handbrake was easy to use and did the job it was made to do. It also had an umbrella holder if you use one.
Compared to a lot of other carts, this one was on the lighter side, but it still seemed to be well built (unlike some other models out there). It folded down to about 60 x 38 x 33 cm which was easy to lug around and store.
I personally like the 4-wheel carts more, but this one was still super sturdy for a 3-wheeler.
How Did The Cart Perform
Overall, the cart performed really well and did pretty much everything it was made to do.
I found it a lot smoother and easier to push around than some other carts on the market, and it seemed to be really well built.
The handbrake did its job, and stopping on a hill wasn’t a problem at all.
Other than that, there’s not really anything else you’d want a pushcart to do and that’s why I’d give it a thumbs up.
Here’s a demo video:
Clicgear RV1S Vs RV1C
Both models are pretty much the same size and the only real difference is that the 1S has a swiveling wheel and the 1C doesn’t.
The 1S also has a slightly bigger accessory holder and that’s about it.
I’d personally go with the 1S because of the moving wheel (you can also lock it in place).
Clicgear Rovic RV1S Specs
|Open Size||45 x 31 x 44.5 inches|
|Closed Size||13 x 15 x 24 inches|
- It’s a good, solid golf cart with a swivelling wheel.
- It’s reasonably priced.
- It’s sturdy and well made.
- It’s fairly light and folds down nicely and compactly.
- It could probably be a bit easier to fold and set up.
- The folding wheel wasn’t the best for rough surfaces or up/downhills.
- Performance score: 9
- Price score: 8
- Durability score: 10
- Personal score: 9
My Final Thoughts
Overall, I really liked the Clicgear RV1s and that’s why I’d recommend it to anyone in the market for a new pushcart. It seemed to be really well made and something that’ll last quite a while.
It was not very expensive which is awesome, and it was easy to push around the course. Thumbs up from me.
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