The Radio Flyer All-Terrain Steel and Wood Wagon is an attractive addition to the Radio flyer brand, with the name painted onto the red, stainless steel body and the wooden slats on the side, and it has some interesting features in its specification, such as the the “controlled turning radius” that is supposed to prevent tipping and increase safety.
This wagon, which is said to be ideal for any kids over 18 months old, offers buyers even more confidence with the fact that it won the National Parenting Publications Award, but has it impressed real parents with its abilities on the road?
The Radio Flyer Triple Play Wagon is one of the latest products in this famous brand’s line that tries to take transportation of children to new levels. This large wagon is designed so it can comfortably accommodate up to three riders – something this is supposedly enhanced by the 200 pound weight limit – and has a number of extra features to make the journey even more enjoyable.
Radio Flyer say their products’ “beauty, simplicity, and standards of safety encourage adventure, discovery, and the wonders of childhood”; this is quite a claim to live up to so does this wagon really let children explore the world in safety and simplicity?
The Radio Flyer Ranger Wagon immediately has the look that consumers come to expect from the company’s products – a strong steel body in a strong coat of red, thick tyres, a sturdy handle and a secure seat.
There are pre-conceptions from some buyers that standards have slipped in the quality of Radio Flyer wagons while others have high hopes that it will deliver a secure and enjoyable ride. Are either side justified in their expectations?
Radio Flyer is a name that many parents will give a second look to because of their reputation in providing safe, well-designed transportation for young children and the Radio Flyer Kid’s Ultimate EZ Folding Wagon appears to be no different.
This 2 child capacity red wagon is designed to be the ideal option in terms of comfort, manoeuvrability and user-friendly features but does it deliver?
Radio Flyer is a name that many parents immediately turn to if they want a wagon then can rely upon and the substantial looking Radio Flyer Passport Wagon – in the trademark red – is another product that instantly appeals.
First impressions of this model are that it is going to be tough and ready for adventure with enough room for the kids to travel in comfort, and this is due to the use of dura-tred tyres, under-seat storage and the general expectations of the brand. Does this offering live up to these expectations or struggle to keep up?
These days a walker needs to do more than help kids take their first steps and the HABA Discovery Wagon does just that via a simple wagon full of interesting parts, toys and games. The photos of this German-made product instantly make it look like an attractive, interesting option for entertaining babies and giving them a helping hand but is this the case when it is taken out of the box and is it as engaging as buyers hope?
With its wide, chunky wheels, thick wooden slats and long steering handle, the Ertl John Deere Steel Stake Wagon looks safe for kids and not out of place in a rural workplace.
The cart, with its heavy-duty steel tray and wide wheelbase promises stability and durability to make it ideal for young kids and has an instant appeal in its design that should make it a hit with kids and adults alike. Have all of these considerations led to a safe, functional wagon or are there hidden problems?
Apparently, the “Patented folding design” of the EasyGoWagon Childrens Red Pull Along Wagon means it is the most portable option available right now and its creators have a long list of possible situations where this wagon could be used, such as shopping, events and beach trips, adding that it has heavy duty wheels so it can handle sand and dirt as easily as streets.
While this foldable design will catch people’s eye, there are sure to be some sales because of the use of ‘red’ and ‘wagon’ in the same sentence. Are buyers truly happy with this alternative brand and its abilities?
The classic “little red wagon” is a joy for many kids to ride around in but the Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon offers them something a little different; now they are they ones doing the pushing to transport their dolls and teddy bears.
This 22-inch product keeps the classic feel of the Radio Flyer wagon, with great quality materials like the natural wood body, and simply offers it in a more miniature form. Additional features of interest to parents are the removable sides and the push-resistant wheels that help first-time walkers find their pace. This walker wagon has style and appeal but what do kids and their parents actually think of it?
If you have been thinking of the best gift to get your little ones this Christmas, then it certainly has to be the red Step2 All Around Canopy Wagon. It is a multifunctional wagon. It can easily be converted from a flat bed into a passenger wagon.
The kids wagon comes with a canopy and six-cup holders’ doors that can be accessed easily and has remarkable storage features. For a quiet ride, its designers upped their game and incorporated whisper wheels. The rear wheel steering is superb and functional. The wagon weighs around 50 pounds.