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Subject says it all.  Sale price valid 10/26/20 through 11/19/20, while supplies last.  Four colors.   https://www.costco.com/caddytek-3-wheel-golf-cart-with-swivel-front-wheel.product.10043

I've bought both the 4-wheel and 3-wheel CaddyTek carts from Costco this summer. Here are my thoughts...   3-wheel CaddyTek cart + I can't describe it, but it just feels better built than

I like warm snuff!   Nice comparison review

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2 hours ago, dethman said:

Functionally is this any different than a clicgar

There is no hand brake, which is fine given the price difference.

 

If you bought it this summer, and it's within 90 days of purchase, you can do a live chat with Costco customer service to get a price adjustment. One of my carts was bought 110 days ago, so I have to do a return/re-buy.

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I've bought both the 4-wheel and 3-wheel CaddyTek carts from Costco this summer. Here are my thoughts...

 

3-wheel CaddyTek cart
+ I can't describe it, but it just feels better built than the 4-wheel (but the 4-wheel is also well-built); probably because it is a few pounds heavier
+ One-button press to fold/un-fold
+ Easy to maneuver due to swivel front wheel; but I actually keep it locked most of the time so that I can shove it forward as I walk
- About 2 pounds heavier than the 4-wheel
- Doesn't fold up to a small size like the 4-wheel or BagBoy push cart; rather moot point for me since I have two SUVs; I can fit two 3-wheel carts and two golf bags (and other supplies) without issue in my SUVs
- Foot brake is pretty useless; unless you position it just right on a hill, you risk the cart "pendulum-ing" around the brake

4-wheel CaddyTek cart
+ Really light-weight
+ Folds even smaller than my parents' BagBoy push carts
- Slightly less maneuverable than the 3-wheel
- Not as easy to fold/un-fold; there are two latches you need to loosen/tighten, and they seem to hide from you; I'm sure you'd easily get used to it if you used it for a while
- Foot brake is not too effective (but if you learn how to position it on hills and slopes, you don't really need to use it)

Nit-picks for both push carts
* I wish there was a hand brake
* Magnetic ball marker is useless and will fall off within a few uses; just keep it in the storage compartment
* The insulated cooler is small and pretty useless; you might be able to stuff two cans in there, but it will get warm quickly in hot weather
* The umbrella holder is rather finicky and won't hold umbrellas with thick handles; it also falls off pretty easily when attached to the leg for storage when folded, so be careful

 

I returned the 4-wheel and kept the 3-wheel, but I would've been just as happy if Costco had only sold the 4-wheel.

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Front Range Golf Club (frgclub.com)

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I’ve had mine fir a year and has 50 rounds on it and running great still

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4 hours ago, pseudoswede said:

I've bought both the 4-wheel and 3-wheel CaddyTek carts from Costco this summer. Here are my thoughts...

 

3-wheel CaddyTek cart
+ I can't describe it, but it just feels better built than the 4-wheel (but the 4-wheel is also well-built); probably because it is a few pounds heavier
+ One-button press to fold/un-fold
+ Easy to maneuver due to swivel front wheel; but I actually keep it locked most of the time so that I can shove it forward as I walk
- About 2 pounds heavier than the 4-wheel
- Doesn't fold up to a small size like the 4-wheel or BagBoy push cart; rather moot point for me since I have two SUVs; I can fit two 3-wheel carts and two golf bags (and other supplies) without issue in my SUVs
- Foot brake is pretty useless; unless you position it just right on a hill, you risk the cart "pendulum-ing" around the brake

4-wheel CaddyTek cart
+ Really light-weight
+ Folds even smaller than my parents' BagBoy push carts
- Slightly less maneuverable than the 3-wheel
- Not as easy to fold/un-fold; there are two latches you need to loosen/tighten, and they seem to hide from you; I'm sure you'd easily get used to it if you used it for a while
- Foot brake is not too effective (but if you learn how to position it on hills and slopes, you don't really need to use it)

Nit-picks for both push carts
* I wish there was a hand brake
* Magnetic ball marker is useless and will fall off within a few uses; just keep it in the storage compartment
* The insulated cooler is small and pretty useless; you might be able to stuff two cans in there, but it will get warm quickly in hot weather
* The umbrella holder is rather finicky and won't hold umbrellas with thick handles; it also falls off pretty easily when attached to the leg for storage when folded, so be careful

 

I returned the 4-wheel and kept the 3-wheel, but I would've been just as happy if Costco had only sold the 4-wheel.

I like warm snuff!

 

Nice comparison review

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