Radio Flyer Seamless Easy Store Pull-Along Wagon
Last updated date: June 14, 2022
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This familiar pull-along wagon has a weight capacity of 200 pounds, 10-inch rugged rubber tires, an extra-long pull handle and measures 39.5 inches by 17.56 inches by 14.4 inches. This iconic pull-along wagon will never go out of style, with its recognizable red, all-steel seamless body (and undercarriage) and reputation for quality.
In our analysis, the Radio Flyer Radio Flyer Seamless Easy Store Pull-Along Wagon placed 3rd when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
10” RUBBER TIRES: The rugged rubber tires provide a smooth ride. The tires are 10” in diameter, which make this cart perfect for hauling both toddlers and cargo. CLASSIC WAGON: The Classic Red Wagon features an all-steel seamless body and undercarriage. The extra-long pull handle folds under the wagon for storage and the controlled turning radius prevents tipping. GREAT FOR GARDENING: Transport heavy soil or plants with ease! With a weight capacity of 200 lbs., this wagon can haul it all including gardening supplies, coolers, diaper bags, sports equipment and more. SPECIFICATIONS: Assembled dimensions are 39.5” L x 17.56” W x 14.4” H. Recommended for kids 1 ½+ years. Maximum weight capacity 150 lbs.
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An Overview On Pull-Along Wagons
While baby strollers have an important spot on any new parent’s must-have list, pull-along wagons can be quite useful as well, even though they are more geared toward recreational fun.
Pull wagons are great for kids, who love being pulled around with their snacks, toys, drinks and buddies. Some are designed more for younger kids and come complete with safety belts and little storage compartments. Others may be appropriate for slightly older children. Be sure to check measurements and weight limits before buying, and follow all safety instructions.
Traditional-style children’s pull-along wagons are red and some have features like high-terrain tires, longer handles, higher seat backs and canopies. Safety should always be the most important concern, so again, make sure that the wagon is rated for the child’s age and weight.
Other types of pull-along wagons are designed for utility purposes only, and children should not be allowed to ride in them. Some of the wagons on the market are fine for both purposes, though. Read the product descriptions carefully before purchasing and also check to see if any assembly is needed.
The Pull-Along Wagon Buying Guide
- If you want to save your back, look for wagons with longer handles. That way, you won’t have to bend down as much to pull it.
- Kids don’t have to be just the passengers in pull-along wagons. They love pulling them, too. Just be sure that a parent or caregiver is watching to keep them safe.
- Pull-along wagons are also great to take to farmers’ markets, outdoor events and for gardening. You can load them up with gardening supplies, sports equipment, groceries and other items. Some of these wagons are collapsible, making them easier to load into the car.
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