Radio Flyer 2700Z Pathfinder Wagon Review

Radio Flyer 2700Z Pathfinder Wagon, Red

The famous Radio Flyer 2700Z Pathfinder Wagon offers classic durability, fun, and safety that will definitely please both kids and adults. This high-quality wagon has cup holders and flip-top seats that your child can use to lean back on. The seats can also be laid back to store personal items in the wagon as well. It comes with safety belts, wide storage space, and a long handle for hauling. It’s designed for kids ages 1 to 2 years and above. The Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon also includes axles in the front designed for extra safety.

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Radio Flyer 12S Classic Walker Wagon Review

Radio Flyer 12S Classic Walker Wagon

When buying a toy wagon for your kids, it’s a smart idea to purchase something that is sturdy and will last a very long time. In this article, the Radio Flyer 12S Classic Walker Wagon will be put to the test to see whether this wagon is a perfect present for your kids. This classic walker wagon is one of the best sellers from Radio Flyer. This wagon comes with premium durability and innovative safety features for children who are learning to walk.

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On The Edge Folding Wagon Review

On the Edge 900124 Red Folding Utility Wagon With Handle

The On the Edge Folding Wagon promises to make trips and travel fun for the kids and easy for the parents. What’s nice about this wagon is that it folds very easily and you can throw it in the car to take with you without taking up too much space. However, many people also use it as a utility wagon. So, it could hold many other things other than your child and their toys.

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Step2 Wagon for Two Review

Step2 Wagon for Two Plus Blue

The product itself weighs 24 pounds. It could hold two kids from age one and a half to 5 years old. That means that it could hold more than 4 times its weight with no problem at all. It has a door! While other wagons could be bothersome for parents as they carry their kids in and out of them, the Step2 Wagon for Two comes with a door that makes it easier for children to step in and out of it.

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John Deere Steel Wagon Review

John Deere - 36in Steel Wagon With Wooden Stake Sides

John Deere is known all over the world for creating large scale machines and equipment, and the John Deere Steel Wagon might as well promise a lot of support for parents and safety for kids who use it. For those who are wondering about whether this wagon is a worthy buy for your kid or kids, we’ll cover that in this article so you’re better informed.

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Radio Flyer 32S All-Terrain Steel Wagon Review

Radio Flyer 32S All-Terrain Steel and Wood Wagon

With an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars, the Radio Flyer All-Terrain Steel Wagon is one of the best pull-along wagons there is. Though some people think that the price is ridiculously high, many others think that it’s practically worth it. But you wouldn’t really go against more than 200 people, would you? What is it about this steel wagon that people should really know about?

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Radio Flyer Ultimate Family Wagon Review

The Radio Flyer Ultimate Family Wagon is packed with convenient features for parents that need it. The Ultimate Family Wagon is basically a large wagon that can protect your kids against the harmful rays of the sun or light rain showers. Like some of the other popular Radio Flyer wagons, it’s made out of a hard durable plastic that has proven to last a lot longer than some of the traditional wooden and steel wagons that many have a reservation for. The features that really stand out on this wagon are the canopy, extra storage space, optional stable, and the cup holders.

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PlaSmart PlasmaCar Review

PlaSmart PlasmaCar

Alright, I know the PlaSmart PlasmaCar is not a wagon per se. However, I felt compelled to review it because of the huge amount of attention it’s getting. The PlasmaCar is a self-driven ride-on toy without any pedals, gears, batteries, or motors. All you have to do is turn the steering wheel left and right to get yourself moving, which doesn’t take long. I’ve seen kids put some real effort it to get to a decent speed! However, it’s not dangerously fast. They can either stop turning the steering wheel or just placed their feet on the ground to stop or slow down.

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