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Radio Flyer 3-in-1 Off-Road EZ Fold Wagon w/ Rubber Wheels (Red) EXPIRED

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At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that this Radio Flyer 3-in-1 Off-Road EZ Fold Wagon w/ Rubber Wheels (Red) is $9.99 lower (14.48% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $68.99. -SaltyOne

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We recently purchased Mac sports from Costco and it was $68. It is rated for 150 lbs and I strongly believe in that rating seeing how sturdy that thing is. Also the wheels are all terrain broad wheels more suitable for beaches and outdoors.

The major diff between this and Costco is the side walls. In Costco those are all supported by steel bars while this one is just fabric with main support coming from base.

All and all I think these are just different use cases. If you want versatile, use mostly around town to haul kids then this one is superior as long as u get the canopy{+$15).

If your main uses case is to haul stuff for camping beaches and occasionally kids then Mac sports is better.

I haven't purchased the Ozark but it seems like a copy of Mac sport with thinner steel bars and skinny tires. Ozarks outdoor version is more expensive I believe (compares to Mac sports )
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Wish it had a cover that goes over the top of it
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This actually shows up often. People end up in arguements about this or the ozark trail/mac sports costco one. If I remember correctly the OT one is built more sturdy and has higher weight capacity.
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This actually shows up often. People end up in arguements about this or the ozark trail/mac sports costco one. If I remember correctly the OT one is built more sturdy and has higher weight capacity.
Costco one shows only 100lbs this one is 150. Don't know about build though.
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We recently purchased Mac sports from Costco and it was $68. It is rated for 150 lbs and I strongly believe in that rating seeing how sturdy that thing is. Also the wheels are all terrain broad wheels more suitable for beaches and outdoors.

The major diff between this and Costco is the side walls. In Costco those are all supported by steel bars while this one is just fabric with main support coming from base.

All and all I think these are just different use cases. If you want versatile, use mostly around town to haul kids then this one is superior as long as u get the canopy{+$15).

If your main uses case is to haul stuff for camping beaches and occasionally kids then Mac sports is better.

I haven't purchased the Ozark but it seems like a copy of Mac sport with thinner steel bars and skinny tires. Ozarks outdoor version is more expensive I believe (compares to Mac sports )
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Wish it had a cover that goes over the top of it
There is a model with a canopy. It is well worth the extra expense if you have kids.
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We have used ours a LOT for the last two years. But a few trade offs that you need to think about.

Ours is with the canopy (unlike this one) but the way the canopy attaches to the wagon is ridiculous design and the canopy keeps coming loose. Yesterday at the zoo, I had to reattach it at least five times during four hours.

The handle to pull the wagon is supposed to stick in upright position with a magnet, which never works. We are now using a bungee cord. Especially when we need to have the wagon folded, otherwise the handle sticks out.

Speaking of folding, the mechanism to keep it securely folded is a poor design too.

You might wonder why I use it so much then. Its because i already spent the money so I might as well use it. Plus it is very durable. And the bungee cord seems to fix the problems that annoy me the most. But if I had to buy a wagon again, I would look for other makes and models which have a more practical design.

BTW we bring it as our stroller when flying. And it comes in very handy to haul two kids (6 and 3.5 now) and maybe some luggage too.
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I picked up the canopy model for the kids from Costco last Christmas. It's nice to have but I don't think it's totally necessary. They also make one with a cooler attachment which I thought was really cool. Overall I think this is great. It's big but folds pretty flat VERY easily. My youngest can get out of the straps pretty easy though and maybe I wish the wheels were a little bigger but it's been great overall. Good deal for anyone looking unless you want to try to wait out for another Costco deal.
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they no longer allow these type of things in disneyland FYI
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There is a model with a canopy. It is well worth the extra expense if you have kids.
I have the one with canopy and most of the time it is fold up and unuse. Hat is better for kids, it goes where they go. Sadly they also throw the hat away as they pleases. laugh out loud

Use the canopy when it's light rain without wind. The wind can blow the rain in which make the canopy useless.

Another thing the canopy block the view of the kid&adult. You want to know what your kid is doing or why your kid is so quiet.... like if they are chewing on their shoe or on the side of this wagon. laugh out loud

Everyone loves this wagon and it's great for stuffs or 2 kids.
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Bought one during the Target deal. Warning to all parents: NO BRAKES! I returned mine and bought one with brakes. The vast majority of the time you will not need brakes. However, the few times when you do need them it's quite terrifying to not have brakes available.
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Thank you. There is another deal at target to order online and pickup at stores with $10 gift card and you will also get 5% discount if you have target gift card which would save you few more.
https://www.target.com/p/radio-fl...A-51148359
Spend $50 get $10 gift card or spend $100 get $25 gift card
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Bought one during the Target deal. Warning to all parents: NO BRAKES! I returned mine and bought one with brakes. The vast majority of the time you will not need brakes. However, the few times when you do need them it's quite terrifying to not have brakes available.
Thank you. Can you please share the model with breaks?
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We recently purchased Mac sports from Costco and it was $68. It is rated for 150 lbs and I strongly believe in that rating seeing how sturdy that thing is. Also the wheels are all terrain broad wheels more suitable for beaches and outdoors.

The major diff between this and Costco is the side walls. In Costco those are all supported by steel bars while this one is just fabric with main support coming from base.

All and all I think these are just different use cases. If you want versatile, use mostly around town to haul kids then this one is superior as long as u get the canopy{+$15).

If your main uses case is to haul stuff for camping beaches and occasionally kids then Mac sports is better.

I haven't purchased the Ozark but it seems like a copy of Mac sport with thinner steel bars and skinny tires. Ozarks outdoor version is more expensive I believe (compares to Mac sports )
The Mac wagon they sell at Costco isn't the "all terrain" version that Mac offers. Mac's "all terrain" wagon includes bigger wheels suitable for trails/beaches, but at the same time is more expensive than the model they sell at Costco.
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