Review: Axglo Trilite Three Wheeled Push Cart
The Axglo Trilite is a slick folding and unfolding push cart that’s easy to use and makes for a comfortable walking round of golf.
There seems to be an ongoing race to see who makes the most compact, sturdy, functional, lightest, and most accessorized push cart in the golf industry. Push cart brand Axglo is certainly making a strong go at the title with their Trilite push trolley. Our review will tell you whether or not you should consider the Trilite for your next push cart upgrade.
In terms of size, the Axglo Trilite hits a home run, both when folded up and unfolded. It is very easy to fit it in the trunk of a car along with your clubs.
As soon as you unbox, it looks fairly easy to assemble.The entire unit comes pre-assembled out of the box along with wheels, and all that is required is to pull the two rim colored levers, one each in front and back, make them free and pick up the cart from its handle. The two rear wheels open themselves to the sides and the cart is ready to roll. The top lever is meant to adjust the angle/height of handle and as soon as all setting is done, push the levers to their locking position and you are ready to go.
While setting it up, you will clearly feel, how the Trilite is really sturdy and robust. The aluminium used is aircraft grade and the plastic polymer at joints is pretty solid.
Folding back is easy too, you just have to pull the two levers and the trolley will collapse into its compact position again.
Theres a plenty of storage in the top console of the cart. Its soft and good enough to hold 2-3 sleeves of balls, range finder, phone, tees etc. Also, there are two mesh pockets at the back of console which can hold your loose balls, tees, score cards etc.
The Trilite model in India comes stock with an umbrella holder and a bottle holder. Putting them on the cart is fairly easy after going through the instructions which come with the push cart.
Additionally, one can buy an Axglo seat from the company which is easy to attach with the cart. The seat is a fairly innovative feature and is good for those long tiring hours on the course.
On Course Performance
The Axglo Trilite push cart does a good job of supporting the golf bag with its dual strap system and moving support arms that allow the cart to fit a wider range of bag sizes. It can easily accommodate anything from a staff bag to a lightweight carry bag, and it doesn’t rely on flimsy velcro to hold your precious clubs.
Controlling the Trlite was easy across all different terrain. The parking brake does itjob and is easy to engage to make sure your precious clubs don’t go for the dreaded “ghost ride.” All in all, the Trilite performs well on the course and does its job of making an 18 hole walk easier on your body.
Finally, I want to mention again how solid the construction of the Trilite is. As you roll over hills and bumps, there’s no rattling, jiggling, or shaking of loose parts. Everything on the cart is rock solid from the handle to the wheel to the straps. This is a cart that performs well and will perform well for a long, long time.
Frankly, Axglo Trilite is an underdog in the world of Clicgears etc. However, its an ingenious design which is a result of years of improvement. At a price of about 15k, it is much better deal than any basic aluminum three wheeled trolley, if you are looking for a long term buddy in it. Cheers!