This wagon was purchased and shipped to Final Harvest Trio - Ministry
On their recent trip to St Luke's Episcopal Church in Prescott, AZ the first wagon we purchased for them a year ago proved to be just a little light weight for their needs at 150 lbs. This new wagon rated at 300 lbs will carry their loads for the concerts they present through out the U.S.
Was very impressed by this product. Love the multi functionality. The cart was well thought out and appeared to work well. It’s just missing a kickstand when it’s folded up and standing upright!
I purchased the MacSports Push Pull Wagon and I love it! Very well made great for many uses and is easily stored when not in use as it is easily collaspsible and ready to store.
I think the wagon is great. I use it to haul my dog around for Volunteer Therapy work. The wagon was purchased because I have two dogs under 20 Lbs and there are no real good Dog strollers on the market for large or multiple animals. The Push-Pull is a good solution.
I wish there was a storage shelf underneath the wagon like another model, but oh well (In Therapy Dog work you have to carry certain 'supplies' for the dog in case of accident, and you need the shot records, treats, water blanket towel etc...
Beyond the storage shelf the only other things I would suggest would be more storage pockets and if the wagon could be slightly higher... eae of access for those in a wheel chair.
Sturdy, well made and spins on a dime. It is deep enough to carry a lot of stuff but yet perfect for my grandkids to climb in and out of. Easy to use and not super heavy to carry. Love the option to push or pull and the pocket that hangs off the push bar for my cell phone and drinks. Only negative thing I have is I wish it would stand up on its own when it is folded and latched. But I just un-latch it and let it open some and it stay up with no problem.