Clicgear Rovic Rv1c Push Cart Review Vs Rv1s

Comparing golf push carts can be dizzying. That’s because some manufacturers put out a lot of products in quick succession of one another. And many times, it can be hard to tell the difference between one that came out this month and the one the same company put out 5 months ago.

The differences are often subtle but sometimes they can be a deal breaker. So today we wanted to do our part (noble, yes we know) to help clear up some of the confusion and help you make the best choice for your needs.

The RV1C isn’t the only $200 push cart on the market that will get the job done by any means but it does have plenty to of quality and features to offer for a relatively fair price.

The RV1C is a sturdy 3 wheel cart with a double frame for support and it comes from a company known for its quality and innovation in Clicgear. It is lightweight, it doesn’t fall over on the course and it folds up extremely compactly. It is very hard to find fault with this cart overall, it’s great value for money.

Today we are going to be reviewing the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart but we are also going to be doing something a little different. In this review, we are also going to spell out some of the differences between the Rovic RV1C and the Rovic RV1S.   


Quick Facts Table



Folded Down Dimensions

13” x 15” x 24”


3 non-inflatable hardened rubber

Overall Rating



Initial Impressions


Our initial impression of the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart was that it looked really sturdy. The back part of the frame that is usually composed of a single post on 3-wheel carts actually features a dual “spine” design.

And the 2 rear wheels are supported by legs that also feature this double-framed design. Then we figured it must be heavy. But after folding it up and down again for the first time, we realized that the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart weighs just a hair under 17 pounds.


Key Features 

The Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart features a 3-step folding process and two of the steps involve simply pushing buttons so that’s nice. On the handle console, you have dedicated storage spots for scorecards, pencils, a drink tees and balls.

The console opens up to reveal a miscellaneous storage compartment, perfect for keys, wallets, phones, etc. Also near the handle console, you will find a handbrake lever that locks the wheels in place.

The Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart uses an adjustable silicone strap bag locking system that does a good job of securing bags of all sizes. And again, it weighs just under 17 pounds and folds down to just  13” x 15” x 24”.


Performance Breakdown

One of the coolest things about the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart is that it folds down very easily. The 3-step process can be completed in about 20 seconds and takes very little effort. Which was nice for us because we have bad backs, bad ankles and bad just about everything.

The Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart also handles uneven terrain pretty well. The rear wheels are set apart plenty wide so they roll over stones, rough pavement and up/down hills easily. While we wish the hand brake felt a tad more sturdy, the cart never rolled away on its own.

The handle has a very comfortable foam lining which comes in handy when you’re pushing an exceptionally heavy bag. And speaking of weight, it’s nice to see that the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart manages to be so stable and light at the same time.

Loading and storage of the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart are really the arenas in which it performed the best.


Price Breakdown

 The price is also a selling point for this car, it typically sells for about $50 less than the Clicgear 3.5+ so we can estimate that it runs for around $200 when it’s in stock. These are very popular carts and can be sold out frequently.


Pros & Cons Of The RV1c


  • Affordable
  • Easy folding
  • Very compact
  • Low-maintenance wheels
  • Reinforced frame
  • Adjustable handle



  • Limited storage space
  • Fixed front wheel
  • Pulls to the side with heavy bags
  • Accessories not included


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RV1C Vs. RV1S – What’s the Difference?

There is actually not much that separates the RV1C and the RV1S in terms of features. Both have the same fold down system and bag securing straps. But the RV1S is typically more expensive because it has a swiveling front wheel.

There is also more storage space with the RV1S and it is a little bit lighter overall than the RV1C which is just under 17 pounds while the RV1S is just around 16 pounds.

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Other Carts to Consider


BagBoy Nitron Golf Push Cart 

This is a great push cart if you want the simplest, one-step fold down system.

A highly rated cart that is going to feature high on anybodies list.


  • Pneumatic folding system
  • Drink holder
  • Multiple colors



  • Pricey
  • Nitro lines can become damaged

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Clicgear 3.5 Push Cart

clicgear +3.5 golf push cart

Another 3-wheel cart entry from Clicgear that is exceptionally lightweight and offers more than ample storage space.

One of Clic Gear’s initial successess and a wildy popular push cart.


  • Large storage net
  • Durable construction
  • Easy maneuverability



  • A bit bulky
  • Bag straps could be sturdier

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Qwik-Fold Swivel 360 Push Cart

This 3-wheel cart has a front wheel that moves in all directions which makes it  possible to change directions on a dime.

Light weight, compact, sturdy and with epic performance. Easily one of the leading carts on the market today.


  • Aircraft grade aluminum
  • Built-in umbrella holder
  • Foot brake


  • Flimsy bag securing straps
  • No attachable seat

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Of the three honorable mentions we listed here, we would recommend the Clicgear 3.5 for anyone who wants a push cart that won’t easily become damaged. It is sturdy, doesn’t have the delicate nitro lines that the BagBoy model does and has a more robust bag securing system than the Qwik-Fold cart.


Final Assessment

As you can see from our comparison section, there is little that separates the RV1C and the RV1S. Why manufacturers put out such similar products in rapid succession we’ll never know.

But don’t be fooled. There are some key differences between the two. The biggest being that the RV1S is more maneuverable thanks to the pivoting front wheel. It is also a touch lighter than the RV1C.

But in our opinion, neither of these differences really puts the RV1S head and shoulders above the RV1C. According to our sources, the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart tends to be cheaper too so it may end up being the better value.

In any case, if you are lucky enough to find a retailer that has the Clicgear Rovic RV1C Push Cart for sale snatch one up before its too late.

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