Big Max Blade Trio Push Cart Review

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Way back in 2018, THP was able to be front and center for Big Max making their all-out effort to break into the push cart segment here stateside. What was so interesting about that centered around the fact that Big Max has been a big brand in push carts overseas for over fifteen years. While I enjoyed my time with their Blade IP option, full review here, they have continued to evolve since then.

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The Blade is fantastic if you’re in need of space and is especially nice when paired with a Big Max bag.
Quality components from a quality company.
 
This looks really nice. I have an older push cart and need to upgrade eventually. Solid option. Appreciate the review, @Jman.
 
Love my BigMax that I got earlier this year, and happy to see they continue to push their fold flat tech. 8 inches is kind of crazy!! Not in the market for anything new but when I am, I'll be coming back around to look at BigMax and what they have new. Thanks @Jman
 
I still kept a my Big Max Blade IP if I ever to to the point were the MotoCaddy got to heavy to get in and out of a car.
They just make the most innovative push carts.
 
That is a great looking pushcart. The size it folds to is awesome. How did your bag sit on there @Jman? The one thing I fight with is my bag moving around which can be annoying.
 
Love the fold flat feature here! A Clic Gear 3.0 and Bag Boy Automatic and 2 golf bags pretty much fills up the back of Mrs. Rejects Jeep !
 
Great review, James. Although I do not have a need for a push cart, I always enjoy reading about new items and what they have to offer the golfer. That fold flat feature is fantastic, and will be appealing to a lot of golfers who need to maximize storage space.
 
I like it and great review. Maybe it's only the Nitron that isn't that complicated but like you put in this article it's really just a pull up and a lever lock into place. If these two are the exceptions to the rule and that's not hyperbole then I would absolutely say people should consider this from an ease of use standpoint.

I really like the fact that it lies flat, and stands upright. Makes storage much more convenient that is the one thing I don't like about my current push cart is that even when I'm not using it, it still takes up the same amount of space as a stroller.
 
I will be taking a hard look at this one again come springtime, to replace a ClicGear.

In the past, I have definitely gone for the "cube" folding of other models, for good or bad, just based on the actual footprint that they took up. It started with a smaller car, with limited space, then with a hatchback, again with less space. Now, not needing the cube sizing for travel, and being able to use something like a flatter folding cart, I am excited.

Weirdly Big Max is one brand that I can actually get in store here. Excited to take a look at them closer.
 
Flat folding is pretty cool
 
I have a Blade IP that is a great cart. I love both how light it is and how flat it folds up. I can throw it in my trunk and the clubs can sit on top of it. This new one looks really nice. It looks like it has a bit more storage than the IP has yet still folds pretty flat.
 
That is a great looking pushcart. The size it folds to is awesome. How did your bag sit on there @Jman? The one thing I fight with is my bag moving around which can be annoying.
Zero issues. Be it my stand bag, or trying one of my display mini staff bags on it.
 
I have a Blade IP that is a great cart. I love both how light it is and how flat it folds up. I can throw it in my trunk and the clubs can sit on top of it. This new one looks really nice. It looks like it has a bit more storage than the IP has yet still folds pretty flat.
The bag on it is HUUUUUUUGE
 
If I was to finally get a push cart. It would be a big max. I like their euro minimalism.
 
The bag on it is HUUUUUUUGE

That is probably what adds the additional depth when folded. I think the Blade is only 4 inches. The Blade could use a bit more storage I wind up having to put things in the golf bag.
 
I think Big Max has a winner here, great review @Jman.
 
This looks like quite the homerun here. The flat footprint along with the awesome colorway chosen. I remember the first pictures I saw of a Blade, I was shocked. If they've improved on it, like I said, homerun
 
I figured they would have something coming. I’ll pick up one of these or a Nitron this off season.
 
This looks like quite the homerun here. The flat footprint along with the awesome colorway chosen. I remember the first pictures I saw of a Blade, I was shocked. If they've improved on it, like I said, homerun
It’s absolutely top tier. I’ve long been a Clic guy, but this will be my go to for 2024
 
I love my Blade Quattro. It folding flat means it stays in my trunk 24/7 and I can still fit a couple cart bags with it in there.
 
Big Max continues to intrigue me!
 
They really do make excellent products.
Don’t really need a new cart but unique and excellent makes me want one nonetheless
 
I have the Nitron with Alphard wheels so I am not looking for a new cart but this one is interesting. It is easy to open this one versus the clicgear I had but not as easy as the Nitron. Of course this one is about 3 lbs lighter than the Nitron. I think the foot print of the 2 carts folded is pretty similar with the Blade Trio being about 5 inches shorter vertically if laid flat. That can really help those with smaller trunks get this to and from the course. It is a really good option
 
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