Caddytek offers a full line of reasonably priced golf push trolley, and the Caddytek ONE-CLICK is the first four-wheeled model.
It is the first trolley we`ve tested with a suspension on the front axle, which did a great job of keeping the trolley rolling smoothly
even when we wandered into a gopher-cratered wasteland.
Folding the golf push trolley back up is a 2-step process: push the release button on the handle, and then push down on the handle.
The trolley will fold in upon itself and will click into a retaining bracket when complete. It`s retaining bracket holds the folded trolley
together relatively well, and there is less danger of the trolley drooping and beginning to unfold when you pick it up with on hand.
Uses a foot-activated brake system in the trolley, Located just inside the left rear wheel is a pedal.
The wheels are made of solid EVA plastic, so there is no danger of winding up with a flat.
The handle pivots up or down to fit the height of the user. the adjustment knob features a number of gear teeth.
The alignment of each the front wheels is adjustable to the extent that you find that the trolley is veering in one direction. An Allen wrench
is necessary to make these adjustments.
- The golf trolley folds extremely flat, which is a big plus as it makes it possible to fit both the cart and a golf bag in the trunk of a small car.
- The trolley is deserving of the “ONE” moniker, as it unfolds in a single step.
- The advantage of having four wheels is that the cart stays pretty stable on the course.
- The bungee straps for securing a bag to the cart (there are upper and lower straps) are easy to hook together, and keep the bag snugly in place.
- With a mesh storage basket suitable for holding head covers, a jacket, six-park, or any of the other miscellaneous stuff that golfers like to carry around.