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Not only did I get the wagon I have been dreaming about, but the shipping was fast, and the company priced match from a different website for me! I would recommend it to all moms, new and old. ;)
We have 2 kids (almost 1 & 3). I do a lot of research before kid gear. I purchased the W2 Luxe. I was hoping for something more versatile than our UB Vista. I am absolutely not sold on this wagon, nor would I advise most people I know to purchase it. One useful feature is the depth of the wagon so kids can stand in it. It really is like a playpen on wheels. This product is absolutely useful for parents of triplets/quadruplets or children with medical conditions. There are many aspects of this product that need improvement. 1. The wagon is absolutely giant (even the W2 AND we have a new van...it fits with all rows up, but jeez). While the frame feels very sturdy, the weight and size is a downfall. It is difficult to push uphill. 2.There really is NO storage when both kids are in the wagon. This is extremely disappointing. Putting bags/items under the seats isn't ideal-- you cannot readily access them. Additionally, one side has the doggy door--kids will want to use that door, making that end of the wagon unusable for storage if that flap door intends to be used for the kids. There is a smaller sized basket in the front, which can fit a diaper bag and the opposing end pouch is pretty useless. I have four 3D printed hooks that are attached to the side frame. I hang bags off of these. Sure, you can put a ton of stuff in the wagon if you take the seats out and no kids are riding! But, we easily have four bags that need to be carried while we're out for the whole day on trips...with really no where to put them. 4. Wonderfold advertises the reclining seat feature. Well, you cannot recline both seats at the same time. Even when reclining one seat, the other seat has very little to no foot room. 5. Before collapsing, you have to take the seats out of the W2 and the canopy off. Where are these items supposed to go when traveling by plane? Throwing them in a bag for gate check is a recipe for losing one, or both seats. The "travel cover" accessory online isn't even advised for baggage check. Meanwhile, Uppababy travel cover offers insurance on strollers (placed in their travel cover) if they incur damage when checked/gate checked (we've personally used this feature with them). 6. Because of some poorly designed features, there are several accessories that are almost necessary. This of course is their way of ensuring they get more of your money, i.e. the handle bar extender, side cargo nets. 7. Wonderfold marketing and the reviews almost had me sold on a W4 (since we plan to have more children. I caught myself almost falling for it. Most kids can walk, and they should! Meanwhile, marketing pictures and reviews constantly show and rave about older kids riding all day in the stroller. Lastly, I think the QR code on the frame is tacky. People who are interested in the product when they see it out and in use are perfectly capable of typing in the words "Wonderfold wagon" into their internet browser. We are willing to pay a high price for convenience and ease. In the end, this stroller wagon needs a serious redesign for an everyday, completely versatile stroller. But as for right now, I will only use it on occasion and will be disappointed with its mediocre ability to serve my expectations and needs. Parents need to be prudent in their research and really think about the logistics and features (or lack there of) of this product before purchasing.