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$79.99
1. Pathfinder Wagon
$119.99
2. ATW Cargo Wagon
$59.99
3. Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon
$44.99
4. Radio Flyer Classic Tiny Trike
$49.99
5. Radio Flyer Retro Rocket
$59.99
6. Rock 'N Bounce Pony
$99.99
7. Liberty Spring Horse
$89.99
8. Exclusive Discovery Wagon
$29.99
9. Red Wheelbarrow
$39.99
10. Girls Ready to Ride Trike (Purple
$79.99
11. Ultimate Family Trike
$12.99
12. Wagon Umbrella
$39.99
13. Radio Flyer Classic Red Scooter
$149.99
14. Radio Flyer All-Terrain Steel
$89.99
15. Navigator Wagon
$39.99
16. Fold-2-Go Trike
$49.99
17. 12" Classic Red Tricycle
$34.99
18. Little Classic Red Preschool Scooter
$29.99
19. Rolling Pony
$99.99
20. Exclusive Big Red Stake Wagon

1. Pathfinder Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $89.99 -- our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000859QK
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Radio Flyer’s Pathfinder is the SUV of little red wagons, sporting a rugged plastic body and offering tikes a luxurious amount of towing or riding space. The wagon’s convertible seats fold down for maximum storage capacity and then flip up to comfortably accommodate two children. Webbed seatbelts ensure that children don’t bounce out when riding over rough terrain. The Pathfinder’s interior also has four built-in drink holders to keep sippy cups and juice boxes secure during the ride. The extra-long handle has a large, loop grip that even kids can control and that folds under the wagon for more compact storage. Like all Radio Flyer wagons, this one has heavy axles to handle a lot of weight, heavy-duty casters for making tight turns without tipping, and durable rubber tires that provide a soft, quiet ride. The Pathfinder measures 39-1/4 inches long, 19 inches wide, and 16-1/2 inches tall. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Reviews (71)

5-0 out of 5 stars WALMART SELLS FOR MUCH LESS!!!
I was ready to purchase this wagon from Amazon.com until I saw that the shipping was over $25.00.I then checked out walmart.com...not only was the item 15 dollars cheaper ($64.64 instead of $79.99) but the shipping was only 8.94.I saved over $30 dollars and my item arrived in just a few days.

5-0 out of 5 stars handy for two
My friend has this for her 2 1/2 yr old and her 1 year old.They love it.Its got cup holders, seat belts.Very nice.I want one for my 2 girls.I would recommend it to anyone after seeing theirs and seeing how much they use it and enjoy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome wagon, very well-made and fun!
We were looking for a "big" item to give my daughter for her first birthday. She was still too small for most ride-on toys, not walking without help yet, and so still needed something safer as far as that sort of thing goes. We checked out the little cars that have the long handle that an adult can push, but none of them seemed fun or like they would get used for very long.

I remember the metal Radio Flyer wagons from my childhood, and I was skeptical of a plastic wagon. My husband is the one who really wanted to get my daughter this wagon for her birthday because it has the 2 molded seats with seatbelts, that will fold down when not in use or when you want just a plain wagon with no seats. Also, this wagon IS plastic but it is VERY durable and well-made, and more importantly, the tires are rubber not plastic- very good! So I agreed that we could get her this as her main gift for her birthday although I was still a little skeptical about whether she'd like it at just 1 year old, and whether she was big enough for it, since I think it is recommended for kids just a tad older.

She absolutely LOVES it! The seatbelts hold her in securely and we pull her around the yard and neighborhood. She likes this SO much better than riding in a stroller, and it is very roomy for toys and diaper bag and other things. My daughter is even small for her age and JUST turned 1, and we have so much fun with her in this wagon! It is durable, well worth the money, and will get years of use. (Read my other reviews, I am really big on getting toys that will be played with more than a couple months!)

If you are looking for a wagon I HIGHLY recommend this one. If you are looking for a gift for a toddler, I highly recommend this wagon as a fun and safe gift idea. Every toddler needs one of these if there is a safe place for adults to pull them around. I can't emphasize just how much my daughter loves this wagon! I believe this wagon is durable enough to be a keeper for many years to come. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons   


2. ATW Cargo Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $119.99 -- our price: $119.99
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Asin: B00000K1VR
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you grew up with a Radio Flyer wagon but lost it along the way, here's your chance to own abrand new one. The body and sides are made of finished wood. Painted bright red, the stake sides simplylift out, leaving you with a natural-finish flatbed. Steel wheels with big, inflatable pneumatic tires rolleasily on pavement or rough terrain. At 33.5 inches, the extra-long handle makes turning easy. The wagonbed is 36 inches long, 15 inches wide, 9 inches high, and 21 inches from the ground to the top of thewagon. The durable-tread rubber tires are 10.5 inches in diameter and 3 inches wide. If you're lucky, yourchild might let you borrow this wonderful wagon. --Louise Carter ... Read more

Reviews (24)

3-0 out of 5 stars Paint Chipped
I only had the wagon a month and all the stain and paint started to chip off. It is a durable wagon, but was not happy with chipping.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best buy for 2 kids close in age!!
My mom bought this as a present for my then four year old daughter, but I began using it for her younger brothers aged NB and 18 months and bought her a smaller version to haul her dolls. It fit an infant car seat and toddler perfect, is versitable enough to last and on long outings allowed the older room to move unlike a tandum stroller. That was ten years ago. Now I've started a "second family" with a large 21month old son and another son due in 5 weeks. This item was a natural choice, due to my childs size (32pounds). Most tandum strollers allow only 40pounds per seat, so he would quickly out-grow it. With the wagon he can be in it longer and when both boys outgrow it they can use it to haul all their treasures. It also lasts almost forever (we lost our last one in a fire a year and a half ago after having it for 8 years). It was a little weathered but still sturdy (we did have to replace two brackets on one side due to stunt riding!). I can enthusiasticly say this was the best child purchase I've ever made!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Design, Very Poor Materials and Paint
Hard to believe we are all reviewing the same wagon. While the design is very good, the materials and finish are awful. The wood used in its contruction is too thin - a piece on the bottom was cracked out of the box. The side panels feel as if they are made from balsa wood - I am concerned they will not hold up over time. Two of the panels are also very loose in their mounting brackets. The paint shows drip marks, missing spots, and globs on both the red panels and black metal. The red paint rubs off on our child's hands and clothes. I could have done a better job with a can of spray paint. I am seriously thinking of using the metal hardware as a base for a wagon that I build out of more substantial materials. We also have the Radio Flyer Walker Wagon and the materials and finish on that one are much better. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Ride-Ons    2. Wagons    3. Wood    4. Preschool    5. Push and Pull Toys    6. Outdoor Play    7. Baby and Infant    8. Toddler    9. Activity    10. Ride Ons   


3. Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005AWB5
Sales Rank: 363
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great multipurpose walker
This walker is helping our 8 month old twin boys to learn to walk. Its very safe and very cute...
* It only goes straight, perfect for a beginner
* Large basket, we use it to hold peek-a-blocks usually, or it can hold my twins!
* Small and low to the ground, wont tip over
* Very durable, nothings breaking this wagon!
* The wooden slats come off so my kids can ride in it
* It wont tip over
* If its on hardwood, it doesnt ruin the floors
* Rolls well on carpet too

Its just a cute and great walker for those first few steps, my twins love this one just as much as the Gobble n' go hippo, great toy...

5-0 out of 5 stars The best!Well worth the $$$$
We bought and returned several "walker" toys before I found this one. We bought it when our son was about 10mos old and just beginning to venture out on his own.It is very stable when many of the others would fall over when he tried to walk behind them.The handle is also very wide compared to other push toys. Because of the clickers it takes a little effort to push, which I like because the others would fly away from him.

I agree that initially it was hard to steer but give it a time ...our son is now a pro. Plus many of the other push toys would just fall over when he tried to turn them. He can take this wagon around the tighest corners with no problem. We also had to replace our clickers.I called radio flyer and they sent them out ASAP and they were a snap to replace.

Even with those two issues,I would buy this wagon again.We are going on 8 months of use now and it is still the favorite.I am a super picky toy buyer and this wagon is at the top of my must have list!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Cute to look at but NOT DURABLE!!
We purchased this wagon for our 18 month old son for Christmas.After my husband nearly pulled out his hair putting it together, our son was ready to walk with his new wagon.Unfortunately, in three short months of use, one of the side wood panels has broken leaving a nail exposed (thankfully, that piece is removable and I could throw it away), several of the lugnuts have come off, and my son managed to take the pushbar off.I called Radio Flyer directly about this and they apologized and told me the side panel should not have broken like it did and that the push bar should have never come off.Those are the least of my concerns.I caught my son a few days ago right as he was going to put one of the lugnuts that have come loose again, in his mouth.That was the last straw for the wagon.I grew up with a Radio Flyer and I will give them another chance but not until my son is older and next time maybe we will buy a good old fashioned wagon.I do not recommend this wagon for any toddler. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons   


4. Radio Flyer Classic Tiny Trike
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00005BRNH
Sales Rank: 346
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars AGES 18mo at least
This toy was a gift from my father for my son's first birthday and he could have cared less.At about 18 months, he started to pay good attention to the toy, and by 20 months, we have had to re-tighten the screws from all of the use!He glides down the hall and across the family room.The rubber wheels haven't left a mark on our hardwoods! The wood has cracked in under the handlebars, but doesn't seem to affect the over all performance.I say this thing would be better for 2 year olds and maybe just a few months before, but not a good 1st birthday gift.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Toy!
I bought this trike as a replacement after a plastic trike broke.My daughter LOVES it. It's really sturdy, well built, and fun.She is 2 now and has just as much fun riding it as she did when she was 1.Even my 5 year old rides it around the house and it holds her as well.It is so much better than the other "classic trike" they have with the high handle bars...that one tips over and falls apart.Get this one for sure.It's worth EVERY penny!

5-0 out of 5 stars Assembly required, but 12 month old LOVES it.....
It did not state assembly was required, but was easy for someone who is not good at such things. Gave it to my nephew for his first birthday. Loves it, especially ringing the bell. A great gift for a 1st birthday. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Baby and Infant    6. Toddler    7. Tricycles    8. Wagons   


5. Radio Flyer Retro Rocket
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00021HBN6
Sales Rank: 294
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great present for 1st Birthday
The retro rocket is a fun toy for our son who just turned one.Before we even had it out of the box he was pressing the sound buttons.We were even more amazed that he was able to ride it from the start.I was initially concerned when I read that the wheels did not turn but like another reviewer stated that keeps him from running into the wall, etc.We are very pleased with this purchase and would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a memorable 1st Birthday present!

5-0 out of 5 stars Stellar Toy!!
From the moment my son first set eyes on this toy at 11 months, it was love at first sight. Six months later, it's still his favorite toy. When neighborhood kids come over to play, it's the one they all want to play with.

Initial assembly was a bit of a challenge, and I had to get my husband to help coax a few pieces together. It doesn't scoot well on thick carpeting, either.

Other than a couple of very minor faults, it's hard to get my son to leave the Retro Rocket alone. He loves pushing it around the room, and hiding his blankie in the seat compartment. His face lights up whenever he rides it. He especially loves the countdown to blastoff and the lights and vibration.

I was talking with the owner of our local children's consignment shop, and she mentioned that she seldom has the Retro Rocket come in, and when it does come in, it doesn't sit for more than a day before someone buys it. I believe it!

5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful toy
I read all the reviews on this toy before purchasing. The rocket was a gift for my one year old son. He loves it and so does our three year old daughter. The size is perfect for him at this age and will still be good for him to grow into over the next couple of years.We like that the wheels don't turn, it keeps him from getting upset when he can't push it because the wheels won't stay straight like some of the other ride on toys. The rocket may seem expensive, but it does seem very durable and I know we will have it for years. This is truly a great toy and I'm glad I got it for my child. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Baby and Infant    6. Toddler    7. Wagons   


6. Rock 'N Bounce Pony
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00021Z1VK
Sales Rank: 397
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun toy for my bouncing little girls!
We bought this Rock 'N Bounce Pony for my youngest daughter's first birthday a month and a half ago.We got it because she LOVED to jump in her doorway Jumpster.Since she is such a bouncer, I thought this toy would be great for her current age.

She does enjoy the toy, but only in small doses.She might jump for a minute, then she's ready to get off.That's why I only gave it 4 overall stars instead of 5.I think I'm more excited about the toy than she is, although she does like it.

At first we attached the "support seat" and that worked fine.However, we also have another daughter, age two years and eight months.She REALLY wanted to jump, too, so we let her.(It states that the toy is for ages 9 months through age 3).She kept getting stuck in the support seat, so we removed it altogether.Now my oldest can bounce to her heart's content with no problems.The youngest needs help getting on and off anyway, so it works out fine that we took it off.I sit there beside her during her jumping and rocking, so there is no fear that she will fall off.I wish I could take the support on and off easily to better accomodate each child, but it requires a screwdriver.Obviously, there's no way I'm screwing the seat in then taking it off every time the other child wants to bounce.

I would recommend this toy for children ages 9 months to age 2.If the child is over 2 I'd be cautious about buying because they might be too big.My older daughter has almost outgrown it.(The seat is on the small side.)

The toy is well made and looks like it will last for years.My husband assembled it easily.Radio Flyer brand has been around for a long time, so I trust their good name for a quality product.

Overall, I'm glad we got this toy.Buy it if 1) your child really enjoys bouncing and 2) you plan to have more than one child.That way you'll get your money out of it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for a baby
Our little one is ten months old and she LOVES this horse. We still have to stand by her but at least we don't have to hold her the whole time.This is her favorite one right now out of the three that she has. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best rocking horse for 1 year olds and up.
My son loves his rocking horse.We got the toy for him as a Christmas gift and he rides it at least once a day.
My son is now almost 15 months old so I removed the waste
harness, as he showed interest in getting on and off himself.
It also works as a great replacement for a swing, since babies outgrow those so quickly.Several times he has rocked himself to sleep on his horse.

Very durable and safe, easy to assemble. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Baby and Infant    6. Toddler    7. Wagons   


7. Liberty Spring Horse
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00021Z1XS
Sales Rank: 761
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars Hazardous
Caution: My 2 1/2 year old son LOVES this horse. He rides it everyday, many times a day. It is only 2 months old and already the spring covers are destroyed and yesterday the S hook that connects the spring to the horse BROKE in half causing my son to fall. Fortunately, the wall 'caught' him or else he may have been impaled by the pole support of the horse and seriously injured. My son was left only with a bruise on his nose and hurt feelings because his horse was broken. We contacted Radio Flyer. They offered to ship us more S hooks, but somehow I think they lost the bigger picture of the safety hazard of this toy. I think and hope it will be recalled before an innocent child is seriously hurt or killed. Please consider this before purchasing. Thank you.

4-0 out of 5 stars POTENTIAL FOR SERIOUS INJURY!
The first problem waswith the spring safety covers.The springs wore through the plastic covers after about 2 weeks and now the pipes and springs are exposed.The company sent me replacement covers, but I can't see that they will last any longer this time around.I'm actually surprised that no one else has mentioned this problem yet. Addendum:FIRST OUR SPRING COVERS WORE OUT IN TWO WEEKS. THEN A SPRING BROKE. THE BROKEN PIECE OF METAL WAS HURLED ACROSS THE ROOM AND HIT ME IN THE LEG. THE COMPANY REPLACED THE SPRING. NOW JUST AFTER ONE WEEK OF RIDING AGAIN, ANOTHER SPRING BROKE. MY DAUGHTER FELL OFF BOTH TIMES. I THOUGHT THIS WAS A QUALITY ITEM! RADIO FLYER HAS SOME MAJOR PROBLEMS WITH THIS TOY, AND I'LL BE CALLING THEM AGAIN TOMORROW. THIS IS A DANGEROUS PIECE OF JUNK! DON'T BUY!

5-0 out of 5 stars Look no Further!
I bought my 2 1/2 daughter this horse and she loves it. I have to admit that she WAS scared the first time she saw it because it looks so real! She can get on and off it with no problem. The horse does sit a little high but it has side steps that make it easy to get on and off. My husband put the horse together by himself and it took him 3 hours because it has a lot of little screws.He did need my help to put the head together so i guess you can say that one person can put it together. We love the saddle! It's nice and soft. We know that it is going to last us a long time since it is a "Radio Flyer". They have a good reputation of Quality and Durablity. Mom loves the safety covers for the springs, Dad loves that fact that he didn't pay for it (just kidding) he likes the fact that it will last a long time and our daughter just loves it, period.
4/13/05 It's been 3 months now since we bought the horse. We have NO problem with the springs nor the covers as mentionedwith other people. My daughter rides it Everyday and believe me, she goes Crazy on it. Hopefully, those other kids are ok but our horse is doing just fine so far, so good. ... Read more


8. Exclusive Discovery Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $89.99 -- our price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005KBVH
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The SUV of wagons, the Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon--in traditional redwith the familiar Radio Flyer logo on each side--features everything thatexplorative, toy-hauling kids need for getting around in style. The 8-inchdiameter, solid rubber wheels support a durable, 3-foot-long plastic wagon thatcan tote up to two small kids--or a full load of beach or yard toys--inside itsroomy coach. There's even enough space for the neighbors' kids to toss theirgear. An oversize 34-inch handle makes the massive wagon easy to direct in astraight path or around corners. --Diane Beall ... Read more

Reviews (69)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sturdy, Fun, Worth the money
Last Spring my husband and I bought this wagon for an up and coming camping trip for our then 1 1/2 year old and our 3 1/2 year old. This wagon is a lot of fun.It has a compartment to put drinks or other items in. The sides are nice and high so no one can fall out and it is wide enough for them to sit with their legs crossed.It also has a high clearance which we were shocked by.We were able to go over curbs and high dirt area's with no problem.The handle is nice and long so your not bending down to pull the wagon. It isn't metal so you don't have to worry about paint chipping, scratches or dents.It wipes clean or you can just hose it off. The sides come off so you can store it easier or put it in your trunk or storage compartment on your RV. You can also use it to move around other things besides children.We use it to move around bags of dirt, potting soil, wood chips, etc. in the back yard.This isn't a small wagon that they will grow out of any time soon. We are very happy with this wagon and would suggest buying it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth Every Dollar!
We did quite a bit of comparison shopping when choosing this wagon for our son's first birthday. Although it was expensive - we liked this wagon for its size (it can easily pull 3 kids), storage compartment, cup holders, and easy ride. It ha sgone on trips all over the neighborhood, even on vacation to the beach - where I personally had no issues pulling it across the sand loaded w/ baby, towels, etc. As for it's durability, my husband even used it temporarily as a 2nd wheelbarrow to move bricks until I caught him in the act. The plastic (which is very tough stuff) wasn't even scratched!We love this wagon and expect to enjopy it for many years to come.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great wagon for kids and dogs too !
We just got this wagon and we have not stopped using it, not only does my son love it, our dogs love it too! We have two Boston Terrier Dogs who love sitting it in and they love going for walks in it. That is how roomy this wagon is - you can fit a child and two dogs! It keeps my son busy watching the dogs so we are all happy.It also fits two children very comfortably as we used it when he friend came over last week, they were both so content, they seemed to really enjoy the smooth ride and the room they both had ! I would recommend this to anyone, I know we are going to get a lot of use out of this one !I really liked this wagon because my son is only 14 months and I was concerned about him bumping his head on the old fashioned kind, this one is great ! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Ride-Ons    2. Wagons    3. Preschool    4. Push and Pull Toys    5. Outdoor Play   


9. Red Wheelbarrow
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $29.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JD5E
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This little wheelbarrow is the tool of choice for hauling flowers, grass clippings, toys, and other treasures. Not only does it look like a real wheelbarrow, it is a real wheelbarrow, with a red steel tray, a black triangular steel undercarriage, and finished hardwood handles. The tray has no-scratch edges and is 20 inches long, 16 inches wide, and 4 inches deep. The black plastic molded wheel is 7 inches in diameter and 1.25 inches wide. The wheelbarrow stands 11 inches from the floor and is 32 inches from the front of the tray to the ends of handles. The whole thing weighs a little more than 7 pounds. --Louise Carter ... Read more

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful wheelbarrow
This is a sturdy, usable wheelbarrow scaled for a child.My son has loved to help his dad in the yard for years with this, hauling dirt, branches and leaves.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
This is so much better than the plastic wheelbarrows.My son has it all - toy blowers, weadeaters, mowers, etc. and this is his favorite because it actually looks just like daddy's!He hauls dirt, flowers, and of course, toys everywhere.We have had this since Christmas and it has lasted well.

4-0 out of 5 stars good hard to find toy
When I gave this to my 4 1/2 year old nephew the first thing he did was pile his toys in it and give them a ride.I don't agree with the reviewers who think this is small. It looks like my nephew has alot of growing to do before anyone could suggest it was too small for him.My only problem was putting it together which is surprisingly difficult.That is more of a two person job. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Wood    2. Pretend Play    3. Gardening    4. Occupations    5. Tools    6. Outdoor Play   


10. Girls Ready to Ride Trike (Purple & Pink)
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00011F5UI
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This pink and purple girl's trike is equipped with everything a beginning rider would want or anticipate from Radio Flyer. Besides being for first-time riders--excitement enough--it comes with a list of confidence-inspiring features, besides having three large, sturdy wheels on a lightweight metal frame to prevent toppling. There's also a large bucket seat for maximum comfort; easy to reach pedals with foot brakes; easy-grip handle bars with wind-lovin' tassels; a rear-end basket for all kinds of toddler "stuff; and a kitschy finger bell kids will love to ring as they turn blind corners in the house. New riders will take pride in every pedal with a trike so well-equipped. --Diane Beall ... Read more

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dangerous Trike
We just got this trike at toysrus for our 24 month old daughter.It looked so adorable online and in the store, and looked fairly similar to the Kettler that my older daughter had.The price was a plus, as well.However, once we got it home and tried it out, it did not take long to figure out how dangerous this trike is.The first try at a turn and WHAM!the trike tipped and fell over.I thought this might have been a fluke and that perhaps my daughter was not sitting on the trike correctly, so I got her back on and away she went again.About the 3rd or 4th try at a turn and WHAM! Again, the trike tipped and fell over, and this time she got a slightly bloody nose from hitting the pavement hard, face first.Needless to say, I put the bike away immediately and I am returning it ASAP.This trike is definitely a hazard.

We have NEVER had a problem with our older daughter's Kettler Blossom trike.It has NEVER tipped.So, this incident took me by surprise and afterward, I compared the trikes. Although I am not an engineer, it seems fairly clear to me why the Kettler is infinitely more stable.First, the distance between the two back wheels on the Radio Flyer is only 11 inches.On the Kettler, the distance is 14 inches, a full 3 inches wider.Also, the distance front to back on the Kettler is longer.Finally, the wheels on the Kettler are bigger.

Another plus for the Kettler is that the frame is adjustable and as your child grows, you can lengthen the frame to accomodate longer legs.The Radio Flyer is not adjustable.This wasn't a concern for me, because I figured that when my younger daughter outgrew her trike, she would start riding my older daughter's adjustable Kettler, while my older daughter would get a regular bike.

In any event, you don't need to take just my word for it.Please, please, please take a look at the reviews for the Radio Flyer Fold-2-Go trike, which is the EXACT SAME TRIKE as this one, but it is red and blue instead of pink and purple.There are several reviewers of that trike that have had the same experience with tipping.This is an important safety issue and should be of great concern to all parents of young toddlers who are shopping for trikes.

Now, the Kettler is much more expensive, but they make the SAME tricycle as the Blossom, but with a different name and much less expensive.It's called the Kiddi-o Simba. I've just contaced Kettler and verified that it is basically the same trike with the same dimensions and safety features.(you can go to www.kiddi-o.com and call the toll free number yourself.)Plus, it's only 29.99 right now at Toysrus (the same price as this Radio Flyer.)Personally, I'm going to go out and exchange this one for the Simba immediately.Sure, the Radio Flyer is very cute, and the little basket, the bell and the fringe on the handles are adorable.But don't be taken in by how cute it is.It is unsafe.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it!!
Very durable,folds up easily to go in the car or for storage (when they grow out of it)my daughter is 22 months old and she just loves her bike!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Super cute and my 16 month old daughter loves it!
This is a super cute trike for beginners and on... Made by Radio Flyer which has been around forever and is great quality! My husband and I found it at ToysRUs and our 16 month old little girl sat right on it as if she had riden it a hundred times! Pink and Purple and really girly yet durable and well- made! We got it for her for Christmas and she just adores it!!! Great price too. Check it out in the store and see if your little one loves it as much as ours! Enjoy! :) ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Baby and Infant    6. Toddler    7. Wagons   


11. Ultimate Family Trike
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $79.99 -- our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00005BRH9
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This combination tricycle/stroller offers an excellent solution for ambivalent preschoolers who want to pedal one moment and be pushed along the next. As with all Radio Flyer rides, the Voyager is built to last, with a durable steel frame and heavy-duty treaded tires. The trike’s unique feature is its steering and pedal lock that allows kids to either pedal or just sit back and let parents do all the work. For parents’ ease of use, the Voyager has a comfortable stroller-style push bar that adjusts to four different positions, and a snap-on snack tray that holds two drinks and a set of keys. A removable nylon backpack with a waterproof interior is attached to the stroller with velcro, and provides just enough space to carry diaper bag necessities. Kids will love the ringing bell and bucket on the back of trike. Parents will love the adjustable seat and safe turning radius that helps to prevents the trike from tipping. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Reviews (32)

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed with Radio Flyer
My son received this as a gift from grandma.We thought, being that it was Radio Flyer, that meant quality.Boy, were we wrong.The steering was completely stripped after one use by my 2 year old.I took it back and am awaiting a new Kettler to be built.Hopefully, this one will be better.I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS BIKE!!!Very poor quality.
I also called Radio Flyer before returning the bike and they offered little assistance.However, at the store it seems to be a regular problem as all of the Radio Flyer trikes that they carried had stripped handle bars.

5-0 out of 5 stars 2 Year Old LOVES it!!
We got this trike for our son for his first birthday. He basically just sat on it for the first year and now that he is close to two, he loves it! We use it for walks through the neighborhood and he can now pedal. Although it is hard to steer, we've found it to be great. I highly recommend this for toddlers that are outgrowing their stroller days!

1-0 out of 5 stars Broke in First Week and repeatedly after
This product is probably the single largest disappointment in our child's 3 years! In the very first week, the cable to the parent bar broke. So we got a replacement after much debate and protests by their customer support. Then, something went wrong with the handle bar and that does not turn the wheel anymore.

Try explaining these to a 2-3 year old!

I cannot believe that this company and this product are still in business with such a shoddy product

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Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Baby and Infant    6. Toddler    7. Wagons   


12. Wagon Umbrella
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $12.99
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Asin: B00002MZ8A
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

When the sun beats down over the long haul, this jaunty, adjustable red polyester umbrellatransforms a little red wagon into a shady Conestoga. And it will serve you well should you be surprised byrain showers on your journey. You could also clamp it on a lawn chair, a cooler handle, a park railing, or abackpack strap. The neoprene-padded jaws of the sturdy plastic, 6.5-inch spring clamp move smoothly on180-degree hinges, so the umbrella gets a flat, slip-proof grip on objects that are from an eighth of an inchto 2 inches thick--even on wet wood or slick metal. Made especially to sit pretty on a classic Radio Flyerwagon, the versatile, heavy-duty clamp also accommodates non-planar surfaces, such as a wide-lippedwall. Unfasten the Velcro closure and slide open a taut 26.5-inch diameter circle of shade made of chunky,top-quality materials. A 4-inch-long, .375-inch-diameter metal-spiraled neck above the clamp allows you toadjust the shade to any angle in any direction. This beauty is made to last as long as a Radio Flyer wagon!The umbrella is 30.75 inches long, and comes with instructions. Ava Natov ... Read more

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great accessory to wagon
We have this for our radioflyer woodsided wagon and it works very well. It's a bit on the small side, same size a regular childs umbrella, but it works. Also, the small size is about the same width as the wagon, so it's easy to fit thru any doorways, gates, etc...while in the open position that the wagon can.
I rated it 4 stars for fun since my 2 year old loves to play with it (a lot). I think it's great to have and advise anyone with this type of wagon to get it too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wagon Umbrella
It's strong but very, very small. Unless you only have one child in the wagon or ride-on, you'll need to buy two. I did and it was worth it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Concept but Not Durable
The umbrella is a great idea and works well with the radio flyer wagon.The problem is ours broke after limited use.The umbrella did not bend easily in the coil area.We found that when people adjusted the umbrella they always bent it where the button is to put the umbrella up and down.In the end that is where the umbrella snapped in two.So just take your time when trying to bend the umbrella to block the sun! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Ride-Ons    2. Ride-On Accessories    3. Preschool    4. Wagons    5. Push and Pull Toys    6. Outdoor Play    7. Baby and Infant    8. Toddler    9. Bicycle Accessories   


13. Radio Flyer Classic Red Scooter
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $59.99 -- our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005AM7Z
Sales Rank: 859
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Buying another one!
My three-year-old niece loves her scooter so much that I'm buying one for my friend's four-year-old son.

1-0 out of 5 stars 12" Radio Flyer Classic Red Scooter
This scooter is like a miniature "Hummer." And it would be a great toy for my 4-year old son if he was riding through rough terrain or a battlefield. The toy is heavy, clumbsy, and not well not well-built. It was anything but fun and my 4-year old son quickly lost interest in it; I had to purchase another one. (My son was told that Santa made a mistake, and boy did I!) The Radio Flyercompany makes great wagons and they, in my opinion, should stick to that market. They've totally missed the scooter market.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not much fun
I bought this scooter for my 4year old. It was very clunky and hard to handle. It sat unused for a year. I finally gave it away. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons    6. Scooters   


14. Radio Flyer All-Terrain Steel and Wooden Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $169.99 -- our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00000K1VS
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Wagons don't get much tougher than this one. Sporting fat pneumatic tires and rugged, stainless steelconstruction, this jumbo Radio Flyer wagon can haul topsoil as easily as toddlers, ably handling any kind ofterrain with its 3-inch-wide, 11-inch-high rubber wheels. With a 16-by-34-inch bed, the wagon providesample room for five or six grocery bags--or a couple of kids (maybe even one more if they're small).Six-inch-high, removable wooden side rails give the 4-inch-deep bed even more hauling power, and anearly 3-foot-long steel handle with a plastic grip provides the pulling power. --Paul Hughes ... Read more

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Off roading in the South!!
My daughter has already experienced off-roading before the age of 2. I'm not sure if it's because we live in the South, or if this wagon is just that cool. You simply have to drive over everything bumpy and rough!! It rides so smooth. The manueverablity is incredible as it turns on a dime. Highly rec'd!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Who doesn't love a wagon???
My son can't get enough of riding in the wagon!!He loves it...loves to pull it, ride in it...put toys in it....what more can I say???

5-0 out of 5 stars prices
I love this wagon so much my child enjoys it and its wheels are rubber so they can go anywhere ... the wagon is a great thing to have . ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Ride-Ons    2. Preschool    3. Wagons    4. Wood    5. Outdoor Play   


15. Navigator Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00004TXM8
Sales Rank: 2655
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars How about a brake?
First off, this thing is truly the greatest toy my daughter has ever had. She got it for her first birthday, and loves it. Having said that--how about putting some kind of a brake on this thing? She's just starting to walk, and she's climbing all over it. It would be great if it could stay in one place solidly. Also, why doesn't this one have the safety straps, like the Pathfinder does?

But really, this thing is amazing. I'm more hoping that the company will read this and add some braking system, than trying to discourage parents from buying it. Heck, all I have to do is put a stick under the tire and it holds still just fine, I just think it'd be better with a simple brake. It is a safe, tough, well built wagon. I liked this one best.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a wonderful wagon!
When we were looking for wagons I tried so many of them out in the store. I finally settled on this one because I wanted the plastic for durability and the little flip up seats and seat belts because I was not too sure that my 1 year old would sit still to ride in the wagon. I casually mentioned this wagon and described it to my grandparents saying I was putting it on my son's Christmas list.2 days later my grandpa called and had found the wagon BRAND NEW at a yard sale for $8.00. Can you imagine that!

My son got it as a birthday gift, and it has remained on of his favorite toys ever. He immediately climbed in it and sat down. We wouldn't have to fasten the straps, but we usually do. I like the fact that he can't fall out of the wagon backwards when we go uphill or if I start pulling it too suddenly. The fact that it converts to a flat bottom wagon also is nice for hauling stuff around the garden or laundry from one end of the house to the other.

We typically keep the wagon in our garage, and I had to move it to the side of the car opposite that of the door to the house because every time I would let my son out of the house to get in the car he would climb in the wagon and cry when I got him out. Every chance he gets he pulls it out of its parking spot and wants to go for a ride. The few times I have brought it inside he has played for hours with it- which for a 1 year old is remarkable.

Steering is a little more difficult due to the handle being atached to the wagon and the tires rotating instead of the traditional design, but that just means it is less likely to tip over. It is light and even fit in the trunk of our volkswagen passat along with a lot of luggage and a few other birthday gifts. I was surprised! We will be taking it on trips to the zoo from now on.

Definitely worth the money- it is an investment that should last for years.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Gift
I bought this wagon for my son this Christmas and he plays with it more than anything else in the house.Even though he hasn't had a chance to take a ride in it outside, he is loving it.He pulls it in front of the TV to watch movies and he is especially fond of the cup holders.I think that this would make the perfect gift for any child.Plus, if I am wanting to do a quick clean up of his toys it has a storage area in the seat that he is more than happy to keep filled. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons   


16. Fold-2-Go Trike
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001GBSBI
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Excellent as a first bike, the Ready-to-Ride comes in bright, friendly primary colors and the classic Radio Flyer stylings that remind parents of the little red tricycles of their youths. As with all Radio Flyer trikes, the Ready-to-Ride is built to last with a durable steel frame and heavy-duty treaded tires. Plastic bucket seats provide a comfortable ride and rubber handles offer a secure grip. Kids can tow a doll or load toys into the yellow storage bin on back and announce that they're coming through with the loud bell on the handlebar. Parents will appreciate the trike's low center of gravity and controlled turning radius that prevents it from tipping during speedy turns. The lightweight and portable Ready-to-Ride also easily folds up for storage and has a handy grip in the back of the seat for carrying or hanging. A reliable safety latch ensures that the trike won't begin to fold up midway through a ride. The Ready-to-Ride trike comes fully assembled and is covered by a one-year warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Reviews (17)

3-0 out of 5 stars Cute Bike But High Seat A Problem
Looking for a 2nd Tricycle for my 2 yr. old daughter's daycare, we went to TRU last evening to take a look.She absolutely loved the look of this one, but unfortunately could not swing her leg over the seat to get on and off easily.We have a 10" Radio Flyer Classic at home that she has no problem with and rides all over the place (we love it).Also, while riding in the store the handlebar bumped against something and tipped right over (as almost all do).I was also concerned with the plastic compartment on the back as my crazy girl would be standing on it (I'm sure)and could break it or hurt herself.

After checking all of them out I decided to go with the Kiddi-o Simba ST1 for only $29.99, didn't want to spend to much since this will be an extra bike.Just called the store, they had one left and it's assembled and waiting for me.Hopefully it will be worth all the research.

2-0 out of 5 stars great trike, when working
My daughter got this tricycle as a gift.It was great- even though the handle doesn't help turn the bike, my 2 year old was really enjoying it.After less than 6 months of use however,the wheel fell off the bike.I've heard it's nearly impossible to find this part and essentially IT is non-existent.

I don't have the owners manual and I haven't been able to use the bike since.It just sits in our garage gathering up dust.I'll probably donate it just to get it out of our garage.maybe a mechanic can make a part for it.

1-0 out of 5 stars It Does Tip Easily.
My husband and I went to the local Toysrus store to see which side of the mixed reviews is right.This is a cute tricycle for sure.When we were looking at it in the store, an employee aproached us and said, "I wouldn't recommend you that.Unfortunately, it tips easily." I pushed one side of the handle down, and it did tip SO easily.The employee went on and said, "I'm a mother, too.I can't recommend something I wouldn't buy for my own children."She showed us another trike, which was around $60, if I remember right. This was MUCH stabler than the Fold-2-Go, and didn't move a bit even when I pushed one side hard enough in the attempt to make it tip.We didn't make any purchase that day after all, but we sure appreciated the honesty and kindness of the store clerk. ... Read more

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17. 12" Classic Red Tricycle
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00004TXM7
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With its fully retro design, faithfully reproduced down to thesmallest detail, this cherry-red, rubber-wheeled tricycle is anundisputed classic. Apparently they do still make them like theyused to. The rugged trike features a chrome front fender; a double-deck,step-in back (so kids can climb onto the smooth metal seat in a snap);red-and-white tassels on the rubber-coated handlebars; a 12-inch-high,steel-spoked wheel; and even an old-fashioned bell. --Paul Hughes ... Read more

Reviews (42)

2-0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE!!!
My 3 year old can't reach the petals (she is considered tall for her age).She is also terrified to ride this horrible tricycle because it tips over!Nostaglia is about all it is good for!

5-0 out of 5 stars Give this trike a chance!
We bought this tricycle for my 16 month old son and we couldn't be happier. It is a little big for him right now so we put blocks on the pedals so he could put his feet flat, not tippy-toed. But immediately after we put it together (which only took about 30 minutes from opening the box to completion)he jumped on and started "walking" the trike with his feet on the ground. We were amazed since he has only SEEN bicycles, not ever ridden them. I love the retro look of this trike! It reminds me of the old days and my first trike that I have seen in pictures. I'm sure we'll get plenty of use out of this bike, we love it so far!

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Trike
This was a birthday present for my two year old. She was a little short to push the peddles all the way at first, but quickly grew into it. She is now almost three and has gotten a lot of use of this. It is sturdy (a bit heavy if tipped over-which it's hard to do), but does rust easily in humid weather, even when kept in a carport. ... Read more

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18. Little Classic Red Preschool Scooter
by Radio Flyer
Toy
list price: $44.99 -- our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0000859QL
Sales Rank: 1327
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Features

  • Type : Kick Scooter--
  • Scooter Construction: Steel--An extremely durable and forgiving material.
  • Deck: Wood Platform
  • Overall Length: 23.75 Inches

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Wagons    6. Scooters   


19. Rolling Pony
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004TXM5
Sales Rank: 2447
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Oh my gosh, they all love it!
Got this for my 1 year old but she has to fight to get ahold of it from her 3 yr old and 5 year old sisters!Very sturdy, doesn't tip over and rolls great over carpet.The older kids are big and the toy is obviously well designed to hold a 55lb kid with no problem.When my 1 yr old does get a chance, she is copying the older kids and trying get a leg over (with some help) and is able to easly scoot it along using her toes.Bought based on the other reviews and this one pans out.Nice to find a toy that lasts longer (both interest and durablity) than just a few months.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful toy for in the house...
This is yet another wonderful yard sale find! My son has had this toy for 5 months now and plays with it several times a day. It is light enough that he is able to drag it around the house, sit on it and push it easily, and lately I have had to discourage him from standing on the seat like a circus performer on horseback.

It is very durable, my grandparents found it at a yard sale, and the only blemish on it is a small scratch on the wood. The little hub covers worry me as a choking hazard, but they seem to be attached really firmly so I rest a little more easily.

Wonderful purchase, especially for the $3.00 paid for it second hand!

5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful toy that grows with your child!
My daughter got this toy when she was about 9 months old.She turned it around backwards and held onto the handles to learn how to walk.She would squeal with delight and do laps around our house.She was able to swing the horse around and go in another direction if she got stuck in a corner.She is now 2 1/2 and races the horse all over the house and outside.This is a great toy that was worth every penny! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Push and Pull Toys    3. Ride-Ons    4. Outdoor Play    5. Animals    6. Horses    7. Wagons    8. Ride Ons   


20. Exclusive Big Red Stake Wagon
by Radio Flyer
Toy
-- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005KBVG
Sales Rank: 6552
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love this wagon!
We decided to give this wagon to our grandson for his 2nd birthday because he is into pulling things. He loves it! We love it! We did lots of research and selected this one for many reasons:1) 6" deep so he can sit deep into it; 2) side rails on only the back half so he can climb in and out by himself(well, not quite yet, but almost, with full rails he never would be able to; 3)fat tires because they look so cool!; 4)the long handle so an adult can easily walk and pull the wagon;5) this wagon had the look we wanted: big, bold and beautifully red.Added bonuses that we couldn't have known about: 1)We can't believe how easily it pulls for how huge,heavy and hefty it looks. Our grandson is just a little guy but he can pull this everywhere by himself. 2) The handle doesn't drop to the ground upon release, it just floats down - our grandson is fascinated watching it. 3) For the price, you can't beat it and it looks even better than the picture!. 4)Our grandson will enjoy this for many, many years to come.5) Best of all - to see the joy on his face as he pulls it or sits in it and gets pulled - PRICELESS.

5-0 out of 5 stars FUN FUN FUN!!!
Excellent wagon!!Easy to assemble, very durable, nice long handle, and we really love the deep sides!The wheels roll over anything!And with even the sharpest turns, it won't tip over.My son is 1 year old and LOVES to go for rides.Fun for everyone!This is a great "toy" that will get many years of use.Very versatile too!A+++

3-0 out of 5 stars I can't believe it's Radio Flyer!
Some bean-counter figured out that they could cheap out on the wheels and get away with it. Every other big wheel wagon out there (for half the money) uses steel wheels with ball bearings on a 5/8" diameter axle but what we have here is a cheap plastic wheel with no bearings on a skinny 1/2" diameter axle. And instead of a drilled axle with washers and cotter pins they use those stupid pound on plastic caps, sure no fun for the poor soul who has to put it together. If you put one on slightly crooked, it will never stay on and then you have a fine three-wheeled wagon. How much fun is that? I'd advise anyone to not buy this wagon until Radio Flyer figures out we won't pay a hundred bucks for cheap plastic wheels. ... Read more

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