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Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Trike, Red

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The Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon is the largest capacity plastic stake wagon on the market. Side and end panels are easy to remove and install and the super large volume storage compartment holds up to one dozen 12 ounce cans!


Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon
RADIO FLYER ALL-TERRAIN DISCOVERY WAGON 44 x 22x 23 – Largest capacity plastic stake wagon – Side and end panels easy to remove and install – Super large volume storage compartment that holds one dozen 12 oz. cans – Molded-in cup holders – accommodate cans, cups, or juice boxes : – Extra-long handle for easy pulling : – Handle folds flat for easy storage : – Real rubber tires for a quiet ride – Radio Flyer exclusive

Radio Flyer: Makers of the Little Red Wagon and Tricycle

  • Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon: Perfect for Walking Over Any Roads Review by AliventiAsylum March, 25 2006 Pros: turns easily, rubber wheels, compartment for drinks, large size Cons: large size could present storage issues for some
  • Radio Flyer Ultimate Comfort Wagon

    The Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon is the largest capacity plastic stake wagon on the market. Side and end panels are easy to remove and install and the super large volume storage compartment holds up to one dozen 12 ounce cans! The Discovery Wagon has molded cup holders to accomodate cans or juice boxes. This wagon has an extra long handle for easy pulling that folds flat for easy storage. Real rubber tires provide a quiet ride -- a Radio Flyer exclusive. Winner of the Parent's Choice Award.

    We've enjoyed our Radio Flyer Discovery Wagon very much and this is one of the reasons that we choose this Pathfinder wagon as a gift to our friend's kid. This Pathfinder is supposed to be the "Sedan" in the wagon world. But, well, we'd rather say it is more like a budget small sized sedan. This wagon is considerably narrower than the "Discovery" and the "Town and Country" and its side panels are not removable. This pretty much limits its capacity and its potentials for other tasks except taking kids around. The good thing is that it has two seats with back support and safety belts built in. We've also read some other reviews on the bad quality of its front wheels but so far we've not encountered the same problem -- only time tells. Over all, this is a good wagon that gives us a lot of fun, with spaces for improvement. Oh BTW you won't have problem taking this wagon around in a sedan's trunk -- As a comparison, the "Discovery" appears too large.