I have ended up with two password managers - one online, and one that is very definitely not. This situation was created because I was an early adopter, and I now feel more comfortable not having all my passwords available online.
I use Sticky Password for ease of use, and ease of access from any device. I have also rolled it out to my wife and my mother, having bought lifetime passes at a good price and knowing they both needed help. And we're helping to save manatees.
Offline, I use Password Safe. It is free, open source, and was designed by Bruce Schneier (famous security guy).
It is possible that technology will be here soon that renders passwords optional, or obsolete. Google is involved in one program, but there is also something called SQRL that should be released in the next few months and is much more secure than the traditional password. It does rely upon websites adopting the standard, so may be slow in adoption or could even fail to be adopted at all.
I think most password managers provide for import of CSV, but you will need to check their layout requirements.