Sunday, July 18, 2021

Radio Red Flyer Wagon - Reviewed

 

Radio Red Flyer Wagon Reviewed

Four wheels, a box, and a handle, what could be simpler. What I’ve just described is a whole bunch of fun with your kids or your grandchildren. 

The Radio Flyer Red Wagon, we bought one when our grandson Bobby was almost 2 years old. We have had such wonderful times taking walks around the neighborhood, to the local playground, and to parks with all of our grandchildren.

 


Are you thinking about joining the gym to get yourself in shape? Save your money, just take the kids for a stroll in the red wagon, and you’ll get plenty of exercise, especially if you take on some hills, and I mean going up the hills not down.

Every ride we used as a time to learn new things with our grandchildren. In the spring when everything is blooming we would point out the different flowers and trees in bloom. In the fall when the leaves were turning all of the vibrant colors, we would collect them and talk about what makes them change colors.

Bobby is going to be 16 years old now, so he is a little too big to fit in the wagon. His little brother Tyler also had so much fun with this wagon, Tyler is now 10 years old.

Now the fun is with our two granddaughters Giada and Guiles. Every time they visit they enjoy the wagon rides just as much.

Radio Red Flyer Wagon

A few years ago we decorated our wagon for the local village, July 4th celebration. The village held a contest and a parade for the best-decorated bikes. So, we decorated the wagon, we didn't win but we sure had a lot of fun.

Red Flyer Wagon Features:

The wagon is made of sturdy plastic; it has 2-fold up seats, and seat belts to hold your precious cargo securely. There are four molded cup holders so you can bring along the kids’ favorite drinks. The wagon has the National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval.

If you have kids or grandchildren the Radio Red Flyer Wagon makes a perfect gift. Our wagon is now 14 years old and still in great shape. We have made memories for a lifetime with our wagon.

This is the wagon we have but they make so many different styles. Check them out and find one that's right for you.

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8 comments:

  1. We always had a Red Flyer Wagon for our children too. So easy to pack it all up and take the kids for a day of fun to the local park or splash pads. Hours and hours of fun were had with this wagon and then we passed it along for my nieces and nephews to enjoy. They are a great "toy" for all ages!

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  2. This Red Flyer Wagon sounds a lot of fun for spending time with children and grandchildren. I can imagine you can take it many places. I love your decorated wagon! It also sounds very sturdy and safe which is also important. Thank you for a great review.

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  3. If you ask me, your granddaughters win! They are beautiful, and the decorated wagon is awesome! How many wonderful memories that wagon obviously holds. Red Flyer wagons really are awesome.

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  4. Ah, takes me back to the memories of our Radio red flyer wagon. I immediately had a mental image of a photo taken of my two boys at ages 9 & 2 sitting in our wagon. I think the 9-year-old had been pulling the 2-year-old around the driveway until I brought out the camera, then sat in the wagon with little brother for the picture. Even that simple memory brings a smile to my face, so our little red wagon can still bring happiness all these years later. Darling granddaughters, Sam. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Sam, this sounds and looks like so much fun! It’s clearly perfect for building precious memories with kids and grandkids. And with so many contemporary games being indoors and electronic, it’s also a great way to get kids to enjoy being outdoors.

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  6. What a great way to spend time with grandchildren. Along with the current fun they will treasure the memories forever.

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  7. Sam you are so right about going out with the grandkids or kids in a little wagon replaces a trip to the gym. It's also more fun. Love the photo of your two grand-daughters; such cuties. We had a different set-up for the kids when they were little, but now that I have a grand-daughter arriving soon, I think I'd like to go back to the traditional little red wagon. Thanks for your review today as well.

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  8. A wagon is so much more than a wagon. It is a family tradition that keeps on giving and giving and giving. I always feel so nostalgic when I see one (or even just hear the words Radio Flyer wagon). Your family enjoys so many wonderful moments, which become beautiful memories (which are the true gifts).

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