Mac Sports Heavy Duty Collapsible Folding All Terrain Utility Beach Wagon Cart, Blue/White
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- LARGE CAPACITY - Opens to approx 36.2" x 21.4" x 24.6" and sets up in seconds - no assembly required
- CONVENIENT COMPACT STORAGE - Wagon folds to Only 9.7" thick: Folded size approx 31.5" x 21.4" x 9.7" and includes a carry case.
- LIGHTEN THE LOAD - The heavy duty frame allows loads up to 150 lbs, blue wagon with white frame and "Beachcomber Macwagon" logo.
- FUNCTIONAL FEATURES - Adjustable handle for effortless transport and 2 mesh cup holders keep your beverage secure.
- EASY TRANSPORT - Extra large wheels for hauling gear to the beach, outdoor sporting events, concerts, picnics in the park, and around the house.
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About MAC Sports
MAC Sports has become synonymous with recreational furniture and equipment. Founded in 1993, MAC Sports has grown into one of the largest manufacturer and distributor of collapsible folding furniture in the world and has branched off into other product categories - i.e. garden furniture, juvenile furniture, etc. This growth has been driven by and will continue to be governed by product innovation and unparalleled attention to quality. Our products are the Newest and the Best!
Line of Products
Mac Sports offers the newest and best line of armchairs, tension chairs, kids chairs, director chairs, anti gravity loungers, wagons, carts, club and moon chairs, beach chairs, portable instant beds, and hammocks. Most of these products come in multiple colors.
MAC Sports Products Best For:
- Sporting Events
- Around the House
- Any Type of Transport
MAC Sports Wagon Features
Lots of Room!
The MAC heavy duty collapsible folding all terrain beach wagon features the biggest bang for your buck. This large interior measures out to a capacity of 36.2" x 21.4" x 24.6". The wagon also folds out to its full size in a matter of seconds with no assembly required.
Accessibility and Ease
Not only does the MAC wagon have a large interior, it also folds up to a mere 9.7 inches. The folded size is approximately 31.5" x 21.4" x 9.7" and it includes a convenient carrying case. Because of this carrying case, the MAC wagon is perfect for easy transport, set-up, and hauling your gear to your favorite event.
The MAC wagon was built to last. The MAC wagon is built using durable 600 Denier fabric. The heavy duty frame allows you to carry up to 150 pounds of gear with ease. Think of all the trips to and from the car you will save.
All MAC heavy duty collapsible folding beach wagon come with an adjustable handle for effortless transport across multiple surfaces (pavement, grass, sand etc.) It also comes with 2 mesh cup holders to keep your beverages secure. Extra large wheels allow easy hauling gear to the beach. Wagon is printed with 'Beachcomber Mac Wagon' logo.
|Item Dimensions||24.6 x 21.4 x 36.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||32.66 pounds|
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Mac Sports Heavy Duty Collapsible Folding All Terrain Utility Beach Wagon Cart, Blue/White
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The Beachcomber has wider and taller wheels. Each wheel is 4.25" wide and 10" tall. This is equal to more than five Sandusky wheels which are 3.25 wide and 8 inches tall. The Sandusky wheels have deep slots that hold sand, while the Beachcombers slots are shallow and don't hold nearly as much sand. We really noticed the difference when we loaded them in the car.
The handle on the Beachcomber has a lock to hold it extended, the Sandusky just slides closed when released, very sloppy. The handle on the Sandusky seems stronger than the Beachcomber's handle and I believe the Sandusky handle will last longer. The pivot point on the Sandusky is heavier duty compared to the Beachcomber. The Beachcomber handle pulls from the axle and pulls the wheels out of the sand while the Sandusky digs into the sand.
The Beachcomber is easier to steer and is easier to pull than the Sandusky both on concrete and in the sand.
The frame on the Sandusky is ticker than on the Beachcomber but the Beachcomber's fit and finish are better than the almost homemade look of the Sandusky frame.
As for strength they both will hold more than they state. I am 243 pounds I got in both wagons and my wife, who is half my weight, pulled me with no problem on concrete with both wagons. She was able to pull me threw sand a little in the Beachcomber but could not pull me threw the same sand with the Sandusky. I believe the larger tires on the Beachcomber helped a lot in the sand. They are both noisy on the concrete.
The Sandusky, in the box, weighed 33 pounds while the Beachcomber weighed 28 pounds. That is five extra pounds of steel on the Sandusky, that can be looked at as a plus or a minus.
While the Sandusky is built stronger my favorite is the Beachcomber. It is easier to pull in the sand, and it steers better.
We take a lot of gear down to the beach, looks like we are moving, and we can load the Beachcomber with double the weight and it is still easier to pull than the Sandusky.
I was able to purchase the Beachcomber for $95 with free shipping on another site using my store credit card while the Sandusky was $99 with free shipping.
I put radio flyer's canopy at times, but it would be nice if wagon came with canopy like the non beach models -
Easy to open and fold
Easy to pull
Big wide wheels
Sturdy bottom (My son sat, lied and stood on it)
It can be pulled in folded position.
Way the front wheels are narrower for compact fold, if the wagon is loaded front heavy, it will tip over especially during a turn. As long as my kid stayed in the back 1/2 it was ok, but as soon as he scooted to front 1/2 it tipped over.
The clip for the handle does not always and will not stay
Cart can't be folded with a sports bottle in the bottle holder. It has to be taken out, folded and re inserted into the holder.
Additional Info: Inside dimension of the cart is 18" by 30".
Since the clip for the handle does not lock properly, be careful when you take the cover off. I got hit on my toes twice before I learned my lesson.
There is no parking brake for this or any of foldable wagon at this time.
Modifications-Simplest way to get rid of tipping problem is rotating the front wheel 180 degrees, detached the handle and reattched it at correct position. (Please refer to my posted pics) This will get rid of tipping problem completely. (If you would like your wagon compact as possible, just roated it 180 when in use then rotate it back when folded. Do not detach and reattach the handle)
MODIFICATION REQUIRING ADDITIONAL PURCHASES (refer to user pictures):
I like the cart for small profile when foldes so I want this to be my ultimate cart.
-I purchased a lawn chair cushion dimension 18" by 42" for added cushion to back and bottom for my son. (around 20 bucks)
-Radio Flyer Wagon Canopy will fit the cart but due to clip being in a wrong angle, you'll need to drill a hole and and screw it the clips at a 90 degrees rotated angle from the factory.
-Since it doesn't stand on its own, I added Bicycle Cycling Alloy Bike Kickstand Side Stand Holder.
-To maximize room for my kid but make it as compact as possible, I zip tied Eleven81 Folding Wire Rear Mounted Bike Basket in the front to put miscellaneous things like water bottle, jacket, snacks, etc.
-To get rid of handle hitting my toes, I grabbed my dive gear retractor (something similar to Gear Keeper Flash Pak Combo Mount Retractor Rt4-5972) and attached it to the handle and my basket so it'll retract back to upright when I let the handle go.
-And I found a folded dolly in my house, went to a local welder and welded in the back. (30 bucks for welding) It's handy for beach, when I can just throw bunch of thing and secure it with cable tie or just have it folded up when not in use.
I've tested the Wagon on the sand in Santa Monica Beach with about 50lbs of stuff as recommended on sand. it will pull sort of...without sinking but it's hard as hell. Little bit better than dragging but it's not like a flat surface for sure. Grass is easy to pull and hard wet sand was easier to pull than dry sand. I'll try something similar to Marathon Industries 00010 4.10/3.50 -4-Inch Flat Free Hand Truck/Utility Tire, 2.25-Inch Offset Hub, 5/8-Inch Bearing, 10-Inch Tire Diameter when I get a chance. It should give easier movement over the sand.
You'll get a lot of glances & people asking you where you got it.
And as another reviewer said, I wish it was bit bigger...around 20x40 inside dimension so 2 kids will be comfortable. or one kid can spread out and sleep.