If you are looking for a highly maneuverable golf push cart, then you probably have heard about the TriSwivel II golf cart. And you also probably know that it’s quite a pricey golf cart.
Well, is the TriSwivel II worth the money the manufacturer asks for? Let’s try to find out on the BagBoy TriSwivel II review!
Below, we’ll provide you with an in-depth overview of the benefits and downsides of the TriSwivel golf push cart. In the end, you should be able to determine whether this golf cart is worth it for you.
Features of The BagBoy TriSwivel II Review
So what, shall we get started with our BagBoy TriSwivel
Let’s start our BagBoy TriSwivel II review with this push cart’s frame.
The frame of this golf cart is made from aluminum and is treated with a weather-resistant coating, so you would expect a long service life from this guy. What may interest you even more is that the frame is also quite lightweight – the total weight of this golf cart is about 16 pounds, which is somewhere in between the heaviest and lightest push carts on the market.
Thus, if you don’t want to carry around a heavy golf cart, then the TriSwivel II may be a good option.
Virtually all golf carts available out there are foldable, and TriSwivel II is no exception.
This golf push cart features a 3-step foldable design. While this isn’t the easiest-to-fold push cart out there, its folding process is still intuitive and doesn’t take much time.
With that being said, the TriSwivel II definitely isn’t the most compact golf cart out there when folded – it measures 23.5 x 13 x 24 inches in its folded position. For some perspective, Clicgear Model 3.5+ and Rovic RV1C measure 13 x 15 x 24 inches, while something like the CaddyTek Caddylite EZ V8 golf cart measures 16.3 x 14.4 x 28.15 inches.
The TriSwivel II golf push cart thereby is a fairly bulky guy, though it certainly isn’t the biggest out there.
Top-Lok Bag attachment system
The bag mounts of the TriSwivel II push cart consist of two components – bottom and top straps, with the latter also featuring adjustable support arms and Top-Lok mounts.
If your bag has Top-Lok attachments, then it will sit much more snugly on this golf push cart. Even if it doesn’t, it should stay secure thanks to the support arms and the adjustable straps. If you already have a bag with Top-Lok attachments, then great – if not, buying one may not be worth it for the marginal improvement in stability.
Bag Boy also claims that the upper bracket is compatible with stand bags, which may be especially appealing to some people.
For safe and convenient parking, the TriSwivel II features a handle-mounted parking brake. When engaged, the brake will keep the golf cart in place without any input from your side. Many people find that handbrakes are more convenient than footbrakes, which may be the case for you as well.
The handle of the TriSwivel II golf push cart allows for angle adjustment, which should make this cart convenient for both short and tall golfers. This golf cart should be great for the majority of adults and perhaps for teens.
Swiveling front wheel
The swiveling front wheel of the TriSwivel II golf cart possibly is its most remarkable feature.
3-wheel golf carts are highly maneuverable on their own, but the 360-degree swiveling front wheel pushes maneuverability even further. Not everyone will even need the amount of maneuverability provided by this cart, but if your old 3-wheeler’s controllability didn’t satisfy you, then the TriSwivel II golf cart may be an excellent option.
The swiveling wheel can be locked in place as well, which will come in handy if you find that the maneuverability of this golf cart is too much for you.
All tires in the TriSwivel II golf cart have an airless design, which means that the only maintenance required from you will be cleaning them. Not only that, but the airless tires won’t be vulnerable to punctures. And overall, the solid foam build should allow this cart’s tires to last for a very long time.
Great storage capacity
The TriSwivel II golf cart has remarkable storage capacity as well. First of all, it has an extra-deep console which can easily hold personal items and, of course, scorecards, balls, and tees.
Beneath the console, you have a big storage pouch with a good amount of space for your essentials that can’t be accommodated by the console. The storage bag offers noticeably more storage space than the mesh pockets you’d typically find on golf push carts.
The console has an integrated cup holder as well, which should be able to hold most cup and beverage bottle sizes.
And finally, the TriSwivel II comes with an umbrella holder and a loop & notch system for umbrella storage.
What all of the above means is that the TriSwivel II golf push cart is a great option for those who need some extra storage space for their belongings.
- Rather lightweight.
- 3-piece folding design.
- Convenient handbrake.
- Adjustable handle.
- 360-degree swiveling front wheel.
- Airless, maintenance-free tires.
- Excellent storage capacity.
- Bulky when folded.
Where can I find golf bags with the Top-Lok technology?
Bag Boy offers a few bags with Top-Lok attachments, so if you are looking for such a bag, buy from Bag Boy. Other golf bag manufacturers may also have Top-Lok bags though.
Are there any accessories available for this golf push cart?
Bag Boy offers a few accessories for their golf push carts such as seats, mobile device holders, and mobile fans, but they may not all be compatible with the TriSwivel II golf push cart.
Does this golf push cart work with stand bags?
Bag Boy claims that this golf cart is designed to fit stand bags, so you shouldn’t have problems with them.
As our BagBoy TriSwivel II review has demonstrated, the TriSwivel II golf cart indeed has a few interesting features.
The key benefit of this golf push cart is its excellent maneuverability. The TriSwivel golf cart also has some great storage capacity to boast, not to mention a few other small benefits here and there.
Our verdict is that the TriSwivel II golf cart is an excellent golf cart, albeit on the pricier side. If you do need the features that we’ve outlined above, then it may be well worth it. Otherwise, we suggest that you look for other options, a few of which we mentioned in the review – Clicgear Model 3.5+ and Clicgear PV1C, as well as Caddylite EZ V8.