PetEgo Comfort Wagon Dog Bike Trailer
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- Comfortable bicycle trailer for pets
- Aluminum frame provides strength without weight
- Suspension provides luxurious ride
- Italian design from Emanuele Bianchi
- Cabin Measures 35"L x 26"W x 24"H ( Overall width wheel -to-wheel is 35.5" )
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The Comfort Wagon Bicycle Trailer, with its captivating Italian design, suspension, multiple uses, and a marked emphasis on safety, will open up a whole new world of activities for you and your pet. High quality mesh is claw proof. Another Italian design from Emanuele Bianchi. The sturdy aluminum frame provides strength without weight. The dynamic suspension provides a luxurious ride, when you reach your destination, Comfort Wagon converts to pet house with easy wheel removal. The Comfort Wagon comes as a trailer only. The stroller configuration is only available by purchasing the Comfort Wagon Stroller Kit.
Size: LARGE - 35"L x 26"W x 24"H
Top Customer Reviews
Follow up 2/10/17
Still using our 'wagon' almost daily. It has held up beautifully. Now that he's comfortable with it, i keep every side except the back (just to hold his rear in) all the way zipped down and he loves the openness. Everyone stops us because they think it is just the coolest thing; one day alone in downtown Orlando we had 5 different people ask to take their picture with him. No kidding. I bought a bike to tow this soon after, and now we really have fun! Anyhow, i always get the emails from Amazon to review my purchases & i usually just delete them but this one i initiated the review myself because i was so happy with this product.
Let me clarify the "canvas is too small" for the frame and the wagon is difficult to put together issue here about which a few folks have complained....The zipper that zips up the back of the wagon's flap is extremely difficult to zip as the canvas is small. Because of the tension, the zipper tracks spread back apart and now it does not zip correctly because there was too much tension between the wagon "back door" flap and the canvas frame. I called the manufacturer who agreed the material was tight and suggested to get someone to help pull the material closer while trying to zip up the flap. I am ok with that as I would rather have a nicely "sealed" canvas around the frame rather than a loose one.
I am sending this wagon back to Amazon and I am being sent another one which will be here in three days. All I had to do is rebox it, tape it and UPS will be at my door tomorrow to pick it up-all for free. Sorry that "Ellijay Gal" did not purchase directly through Amazon and bought it from a place who offers products through Amazon instead. Amazon's service is stellar and have never let me down.
All of that being said, the second I put the frame together of the wagon, my 60lb. lab/golden got in it and laid down. I was so worried about getting too small a wagon but the large is perfect! One of my bigger dogs will probably sit and look out the sunroof while I bike with her. For the lab/golden, who has developed osteoarthritis in her elbow, she will lie down after she gets tired. I bought this size wagon to make certain she can lie down comfortably. I did not want her to have to bunch up or have her bum be forced to bulge out the canvas in the back.
Another reviewer complained about his/her dogs potentially being able to escape through the "loose" material at the bottom of the wagon. This reviewer admits that he/she had not taking the wagon out on the road and shows a picture of the wagon not put together yet, on a bed.
Let me tell you that once the wagon is put together, there is no way a little dog could escape through the bottom as the thick canvas is extremely taut and is connected to the frame. (Otherwise it would have been a deal breaker for me too as I have little guys as well as big guys!)
I am assuming folks reference that the wagon is a challenge to put together because of the material being so tight and the zipper challenge. It took all of 1 minute and 45 secs to put together, if even that, except for the zipper mishap. I suspect it will take me 1 minute and 50 secs to put it together this next time with the help of a friend to help me pull the canvas together in the back.
The wagon is super light and folds down nicely. It looks very well made. The plastic bottom is, well, plasticy and thinnish yet sturdy as it is supported by a thick aluminum frame that criss crosses for extra support. There is not another dog wagon on the market that will support 165lbs!
Another bonus is that all sides zip up and all the way down. Other dog bike trailers were nice but did not have the luxury of creating "windows" on the sides. Although my dogs are crate trained, this feature will be helpful for dogs who do not feel comfortable confined. For me, being able to zip down the sides for more airflow was one of the most important features as I live in the desert!
If the next wagon's zipper is an issue, I will definitely order another one. I will attempt to seek help with the zipper the second go round. The zippers themselves are not of low quality. Everything is very well made. I like the idea that the canvas is tight. I hope the next one can be zipped properly without the zipper splitting the teeth open like the first time! Get someone to help if you run into that challenge!
I ordered the stroller conversion kit from the Amazon Warehouse at a discount. I will mostly use the wagon as a stroller so my osteo-arthritis golden lab can hop in once she gets tired on our walks. Doesn't help that she is three legged and the osteo-arthritis is in her only forearm...I love the idea that if my other 50lb three-legged one hurts his foot or something on our walk, I can stick him in the stroller too with his sis. (He twisted his ankle or something on one of our walks one time and we were 1/2 mile stranded from home. Needless to say, it took a loooong time to get home between me carrying him a little ways, him limping the rest of the time while managing 4 other critters.
Reviews always seem tricky but I always think that if the good ones outweigh the bad, then the product must be ok. I have also realized that you can't please everyone and that some people are nit picky, don't follow instructions and/or are quick to judge. Although I have not used the wagon yet, I am very impressed even considering I am sending one back for another. I will give it 5 stars once I receive another one and am able to seamlessly zip up the back "window" and am pleased with how it actually functions on the road.
Then, I will write a review follow up of the canvas is very tight/zipper issue and of both the wagon used as a bike trailer and it being used as a stroller with the kit. I will try to include more pics as well!
****UPDATE Jan. 20. 2015****
I have now not only received a replacement wagon but have also had the opportunity to use it quite a lot as a stroller. The second one was not an issue to put together and the back zipper was easier-still tight-to zip up. This time, I made certain none of the canvas was connected to the frame before I zipped up all sides. After using it twice a day for three weeks now, the zippers zip up without the potential of pulling the canvas too tightly or for the zipper to come off its track. I believe the fabric needs some time to stretch. Don't force it. If the zippers are still too tight, use it for a week or so to give the canvas time to stretch.
My guys love the stroller and two labradors fit comfortably in it together. The three legged lab can lay down and stretch out her (only) forearm without being cramped. The wagon is super easy to maneuver which is a relief because I am walking four other dogs while steering the 60lbs one in the stroller or walking three while steering two in the stroller. I purchased a two way walking coupler leash and connect each side to the hooks on either side of the wagon floor. Then, I use a caribiner (a good one) to connect the metal ring to the back of my dog's harness to comfortably secure her. I waited until the coupler was on sale....
Next, I purchased a stroller bag to carry items such as water for the dogs and me, a water bowl, poop bags, baby wipes, a small first aid kit and my cell phone. Here is the bag I purchased that fits and works perfectly! It is not too big nor small.
My little chihuahua loves the stroller too (before I would stick her in a satchel and carry her) when she gets tired. She sits in the back of the wagon, while the "windows" are zipped down, and stares at me occasionally peering out one of the other sides. Being able to see me at all times makes her feel safe! I mention this because there is no other stroller that zips from the top in the back which allows you to keep an eye on your dogs and their eyes on you without hanging out the back if the flap zipped from the bottom.
Some folks have decided to purchase another high quality brand stroller because their little dogs are too short to see out of the stroller when all four sides are zipped up or even half way zipped up since the sides consist of half canvas/half mesh. This is true but not a problem. Just pad the floor high enough so the little ones can look out! Then, they can grow into the stroller and you do not have to purchase another one later.
Yesterday, I noticed one of the tires was flat as we were just leaving the house (thank goodness) so our walk was cut short to accommodate the three legged arthritic lab. I realized what an asset this stroller really is to my guys as our walk consisted of 1/2 mile versus 2 1/2 miles using the stroller. I have purchased thorn-resistant tubes which I plan to install in addition to a tube repair kit which I will carry at all times.
For evening strolling, I am adding led lights front and back that will connect to the top of the stroller. I also bought a stroller roof rack from another company which I am adjusting to fit on the top of the stroller for more storage, ie., a camelback with a lot more water this summer and toys and a backpack when using the stroller as a trailer. I have two extended leashes that I put on two of my dogs once we reach the park and when they are not in use, to store them, I connect them to a giant carabiner to the side stroller handle.
Complaints.....here we go...a locking hand brake would be soo nice. I am going to take the stroller to a bike shop to have one installed. Do you know how many accidents occur each year because of baby strollers not having a brake or it not engaged? I don't know either but it is a lot. That the only brake on the stroller is the velcro strap mechanism you are supposed to wrap around the muddy tires is just ridiculous and very unsafe. This system would never fly on a baby stroller. Why are the standards not the same for our furry loved ones? (I also believe our animals should be safely seat belted (in a booster seat if they are little) in our cars like children are lawfully supposed to be.
Forking over that much money and still having to spend more for brakes is just shameful. I was walking four dogs while pushing the fifth and had to stop a second to check the front of the stroller and the stroller quickly started rolling-almost off the curb and into the street. Who has time to first bend down, get on a knee, undo the velcro strap, wrap it around filthy tires and then thread the strap into a plastic guide? Checking the front of the stroller took 1 second. Applying the make shift brakes takes at least a 1 minute and fifteen seconds per brake and then more time to undo them. (Not too mention, your hands get dirty touching the tires. Hello baby wipes!
The work around is to have a hand brake installed like wheelchairs have. (The discontinued Petego Sports Wagon had one but the company does not have any extras to sell. Other dog strollers have them. My former dog jogging stroller that cost less than 200 bucks has brakes for the front and back.)
I am getting the kind of hand brake installed that you control from the stroller handle. My bike guy said the bmx'ers use the kind of hand brake that can also lock if needed.
Worth getting the brake though considering with this stroller you get one that has the capacity of 165lbs. All four sides zip down. Hooks in each corner of the floor to secure your pup or pups. Super easier to maneuver. Colors are very visable. Reflectors are cute and "light up" at night in a way that makes the stroller look like a little car with head lights and tail lights. Easy to install more storage. Extremely happy dogs=extremely happy dog mom.....
Pictures to come.
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