Radio Flyer 25 Days of Giveaways | Passport Wagon Review

Passport Wagon Review

Sample received. All opinions are my own.

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Every day until December 18, Radio Flyer is giving away a different product in their 25 Days of Giveaways.

Today, December 15, 2014, they are giving away a Passport Wagon like the one I’m reviewing below!

There are still a few days left. Check out what else is up for grabs.

parts

I received a Radio Flyer Passport Wagon to test out. It arrived needing to be assembled. There are minimal parts, but it does take more to put together than just snapping some pieces together. You will need a hammer and a phillips screw driver to get the job done too. It was really not complicated and the instructions are very clear, and ended up taking me a little over half an hour to complete.

girls in wagon

I was quite happy to try out this wagon. My grandson is at a great age to start riding in a wagon, and the Passport Wagon was a great option.

It is designed to be used with children 1 1/2 and older, yet fits my three and five year olds together with plenty of leg room. The maximum rider weight is a whopping 200lbs!

features

This wagon has some really great features. It comes with two seats, complete with seat belts to keep those little ones seated. There is also a cubby space under one of the seats to store snacks or a change of clothes or whatever you may need on your outing. My kids really loved that they had their own cup holders.

The nice thing about the handle is that it folds under the wagon so that it takes up less space to store and is easier to transport. I did find the handle to be a little low and awkward to pull, though, and  I am only 5’5” tall.

My personal favorite feature are the tires. They are made out of a softer plastic so they were not loud when being pulled on a hard surface.

leg room

Try your luck in the 25 Days of Giveaways, or purchase your own from www.radioflyer.com for only $79.99!

 

 

Comments

  1. Radio Flyer makes GREAT products. My son got a woodie wagon on his first Christmas. He just started college and it’s still in the garage (I am holding out hope for grandchildren someday!)

  2. Radio Flyer always has the best products and their wagons are classic and timeless!

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