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Critical Golf: Unbiased Golf Equipment Reviews

Caddytek CaddyLite EZ

Caddytek goes straight-up against the Clicgear 3.5+, one of the top-rated push carts in our tests, with their latest top-of-the-line 3-wheeled push cart, the CaddyLite EZ. We mention this comparison straight-up as this is how they market the CaddyLite on their site as well. So let’s get some key differences out of the way…

Caddytek CaddyLight EZ

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The Caddytek CaddyLite EZ is less expensive ($40 less retail), a bit heavier (by half a pound), and larger when folderd (by nearly 5″ in height!). The Caddytek sports a foot brake, though we prefer the hand brakes as found on the Clicgear 3.5+, and has slightly smaller wheels than the Clicgear (we prefer the larger).

The CaddyLite EZ has all the basics you’ll need – an adjustable handle and storage tray, beverage holder, umbrella holder, front wheel alignment, and a basket with a built-in cooler.

Caddytek CaddyLite EZ

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Note that Golfsmith no longer carries Caddytek push carts, but Amazon still does.

Retail price: $179
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  • Peter Q

    This cart actually is $100.00 less than the Clicgear 3.5 on Ebay or at Costco. It performs just as well as the Clicgear. The basket with cooler is an great standard feature on the Caddytek but an extra option for the Clicgear. Also the umbrella holder being on the side of the handle on the Caddytek is more convenient for extraction of your clubs from the bag. The Clicgear`s hand brake is by far a better design and easier to use.