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Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon (Standard Packaging)
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- This award-winning classic push wagon has long been a cherished toy for toddlers
- Wagon features a natural, solid wood body with removable wooden sides that are both beautiful and durable
- The molded tires have grip tread and the front bumper makes this wagon furniture friendly and safe
- This best selling wagon is designed for maximum stability making it a great aid for little ones beginning to walk
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The beautifully designed Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon provides a little extra stability for children who are ready to cruise around the house. Featuring a solid wooden body and removable slats, this push wagon combines classic styling with modern functionality. An innovative push-resistant design allows beginning walkers to keep pace with the wagon, while a front bumper protects furniture and keeps children safe .
Timeless Design, Superior Quality
The 22-inch Classic Walker Wagon features Radio Flyer's timeless red body and sturdy removable wooden slats which make it ideal for hauling and storing toys. A sturdy chrome handle is sized for a toddler's hands, while the molded plastic front protects furniture from unintended bumps.
The wagon's tires come with a skid-resistant grip that keeps the Radio Flyer from veering off course. While the nonswiveling wheels keep this walker on course, some younger children might have difficulties making sharp turns, particularly on thick carpeting.
Wagon Provides Cruise Control
Children will appreciate the Classic Walker Wagon's smooth, controlled roll. An innovative push-resistant wheel design worked well during testing, making it easy for toddlers to keep pace with the wagon.
What's in the Box
Classic Walker Wagon parts and instruction manual.
From the Manufacturer
This package contains small parts which, before assembly, present a potential choking hazard to children under 3. Keep small parts out of the reach of children under 3 years of age.
Top Customer Reviews
My son got this wagon for his first birthday. He could already walk, but it is still has become one of his very favorite toys. From day one he has been practicing climbing in and out of it (with the sides up, but he's tall). Since the wheels don't turn super-easily, I don't have to worry about it sliding out from under him while he does it (especially on carpet).
Once my son is sitting inside, he sits down and we wheel him around the house (the faster the better). When little friends come over, they also take turns pushing each other. This is very cute and apparently so fun that they often all try to climb in at once (we've fit up to a large 18-month-old in the basket, but that's about its limit). Usually, at least once a day, I find him sitting in the walker waiting to be pushed in circles around the house. My son also pushes stuffed animals around, but the corners are hard to turn, so I do have to follow him.
This is also a very sturdy toy; we will be able to pass it down to my son's children. Because toddlers can also ride in it, this is the very best walker I've seen and my son certainly loves it. If you do push your child around in it, be prepared to do it a lot (he or she will love it). And, since the handle is quite low (it's built for a toddler, after all), it's hard on an adult's back.
- high-quality, sturdy construction
- wooden "sides" are removable, for more versatility
- great for learning walkers (wheels offer slight resistance)
- good for indoor or outdoor play
- little ones can sit in it, if one or two sides are removed
- easy to keep it moving in a straight line
- a little hard to maneuver around turns (none of the wheels "turn" to the left or right)
The bumper is hard plastic (very hard) and can't see this stopping damage much more then if it was wood...but have not experienced hits yet!
I can see this lasting a very long time and my grandson getting loads of fun time with it...outside and inside!
Going to post some black and white photos of him in his wagon outside.
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We like the way the sides can be taken off the wagon bed, and are confident our grandson will enjoy taking the wagon apart or loading it up. The toy seems strong enough to withstand the stress a child under two will inflict. It also offers support for first time walkers. We're not afraid of the wagon falling apart or breaking into dangerous pieces. An updated review will be posted if this toy does not hold up well or gets little use.
Update: Grandbaby has just learned to crawl (using upper torso more than legs at this point), but look what he can do with the walker wagon! Our daughter says baby prefers an upright position, and if given the chance, would be behind the walker wagon 24 hrs a day. This toy is helping coordination besides being just plain fun.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my child's first birthday. Good quality. Gender neutral. Suitable for playing with in the home. Nice bumper feature. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
My grandson is just a year old and not walking quite yet. It is a great teaching tool. Well made and seems very sturdy.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A bit of a deal to put together, but great once we finished.Published 4 months ago by Nan Rothschild
This wagon gave my son the confidence to walk!
We weighed it down by putting a case of Red Bull in it - which made for some funny pictures, but it was the exact weight... Read more
I was very disappointed to learn from my son that my grandson broke the sides of the wagon shortly after receiving it (within an hour, as I recall). Read morePublished 8 months ago by CarolM
My son has had this for over a year and a half (he got it at his first birthday party) and still enjoys it all the time. He is a big boy and still fits easily inside to ride in it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tammy
My 1-year-old absolutely loves this! It's nice that it makes noise when it moves so you know when they are up to shenanigans. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jennifer Rich