Clicgear 2.0

SCORE
91
GRADE
A-
Size/Weight
84
Ease of Set-Up
85
On Course Impressions
90
Storage/Accessories
89
Style
94
Value
91

We definitely liked the sporty looks of the Clicgear 2.0 and its solid and stable feel on the course. And we highly recommend that you spend the $10 to get the nifty shoe cleaning brush accessory! Less appealing is the fact that when it’s folded up, it isn’t exactly small, which could be a problem if storage space is at a premium in your vehicle.

Retail price: $199

Availability: Discontinued; replaced by the Clicgear 3.0


84 / B

Size/Weight
The Clicgear 2.0 weighs a hefty 18.5 lbs. (as tested), which makes it one of the heavier push carts we tested (compare this to the lightest cart, the Sun Mountain Micro Cart, at 13.5 lbs.). It also folds into a bit of an unwieldy block. What does that mean? It means you’re probably putting it in the back seat, because it’s tough to fit it in the trunk if you already have a set of clubs in there (assuming you keep the usual amount of miscellaneous junk in your trunk). What’s that you say? You own a 2-seater? And your wife is coming too? Ruh roh…


85 / B

Ease of Set-Up
Unfolding the Clicgear 2.0 is not the most intuitive process, which explains why they include an instructional DVD for you. Clicgear tries to make the 5-step process easier by making the critical knobs and levers bright red, but unless you have a Ph.D in origami, you may do a little bit of head-scratching each time you have to fold or unfold it.


90 / A-

On Course Impressions


89 / B+

Storage/Accessories

The storage and accessories available on the Clicgear 2.0 include:

We also tested the optional shoe brush that clips on to the frame of the cart (available for an additional $9.99) – this was AWESOME for getting rid of the crud that accumulates between your spikes, and we would highly recommend it. It can occasionally come unclipped if you’re a bit too aggressive in your scrubbing, but is generally extremely useful.


94 / A

Style
No doubt about it, the Clicgear 2.0 is the coolest looking push cart on the market. The profile of the wheels and the two-toned color scheme create an aggressive style reminiscent of the brightly colored brake calipers showing through the wheels of a Ferrari or Maserati. The Clicgear 2.0 is available in black, blue, orange, red, silver and yellow. No matter which color you select, the trim color for the wheels, knobs and handles is always red.


91 / A-

Value
With a retail price of $199.99, the Clicgear 2.0 was tied with two other carts for low price honors among the units we tested (granted, we were only testing high-end carts). Also note that the introduction of the new Clicgear 3.0 means that you should be able to pick up the Clicgear 2.0 at a closeout price, so check out different retailers such as Amazon.com and Golfsmith, below.