Folding Wagons – Great for Families and Easy to Use
Welcome to the folding wagons blog! Folding wagons come in a variety of styles and can be used for many different things. Some folding wagons are used to carry soccer balls and sport items. Some people use them to carry things for a picnic, the beach, camping, or just a walk around the park.
Prices also vary depending on which of these folding wagons you buy and from which store you choose to make your purchase. I recommend the On The Edge Folding Utility Wagon from Amazon. This is the #1 best selling wagon on Amazon. CLICK HERE
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Here are the reasons I recommend the On The Edge version:
Long Lasting Durability – we use ours mainly with our kids when going places such as our local community park and outdoor community events. These folding wagons are made with high quality, stain resistant material with a metal frame. We have used our folding wagon easily more than hundred times over a few years now, and it remains in terrific condition.
Weight – the On The Edge folding utility wagon weighs less than 30 lbs, but can carry up to 150 pounds. We have actually put more weight in ours, but it’s up to each owner to decide how much they want to carry in it. When folded, these folding wagons are easy to load and unload. If you can lift a case of water bottles from the grocery store, then you can easily handle this as well.
Folding and Unfolding – another area where the On The Edge beats the competition. These wagons fold to about 10% from the original size. With the easy pull strap in the center of your wagon, and a light push on the sides, you’re done folding. To unfold, just pull apart the Velcro, and it just about unfolds on its own.
Shade Canopy – probably the best accessory for us because it keeps our kids cool and comfortable in the sun. Extend the poles in the corner until each pole locks into place, and again you are done. Make sure you place the canopy over the poles before you extend them. You can add the canopy after extending the poles, but it’s easier if you add the canopy first.