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Coleman Folding Camp Wagon- $20 off. sale price $64.99

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[Costco] Coleman Folding Camp Wagon- $20 off. sale price $64.99

Been looking for a wagon to carry camping items from the car to the campsite and this Coleman folding wagon is currently on $20 off until Jul 5.
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I’d share a picture of what I use to carry my stuff from the car to the campsite, but most of you have them already - hands.

Is there another use for this?
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can kids sit on it?
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I see people use this to carry groceries from their car in the parkade to their apartment, especially costco sized boxes.

I have seen two small kids in this as well; well the one that is sold in-store at Costco. This one looks a bit different.
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althanis wrote: I’d share a picture of what I use to carry my stuff from the car to the campsite, but most of you have them already - hands.

Is there another use for this?
Honestly, one of the best things I bought when I moved to a condo. I use it to carry things from groceries, garbage even fairly heavy but small-ish furniture
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Are they selling this or something like this in store? I saw one 2months ago, but not the same...
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althanis wrote: I’d share a picture of what I use to carry my stuff from the car to the campsite, but most of you have them already - hands.

Is there another use for this?
It's a wagon, you can use it to carry things from one place to another.
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I wonder if you can easily convert it to attach to a bike. Does anyone have experience?
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DNAv5 wrote: I wonder if you can easily convert it to attach to a bike. Does anyone have experience?
+1 I want to attach this to my hitch, what do I need to do that?
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pswart wrote: Does anyone know how they compare to these ones for roughly the same price?
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/outb ... 3211p.html
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/ozark-trai ... 0197494158
usually all of these wagons are pretty much the same except for the reinforcement on the wheels,
always make sure its a solid thick piece of metal the connects to the wheel,
i've seen a lot of different wagons with flimsy reinforcement where the wheels connect.

personally id go with the costco one, as it looks like a better build at that connection along with the return policy.
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I use it when camping for my dog to stay inside without getting smoked by the campfire.
Also it is good to carry firewood from the storage location back to campsite.
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rabbix wrote: How does this one compare to the Cables's Utility Wagon?
https://www.cabelas.ca/product/86418/ca ... lity-wagon
Depending how much weight you are going to use it for.
I have seen people carrying two kids in it (NOT RECOMMENDED TO HAUL KIDS according to the owner manual)
It gets bumpy when pulling over gravel roads.
Costco one should be sufficient up to 40 lbs. Cabelas one looks more heavy duty.
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This thing is awesome, we bought it a couple of years ago and still get lots of use out of it everywhwere we go.
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p1nkaholic wrote: Honestly, one of the best things I bought when I moved to a condo. I use it to carry things from groceries, garbage even fairly heavy but small-ish furniture
I bought one of these since I live in a building. It goes often on sale between $25-$30. I use it mostly to move multiple cases of water or lug around my tries from storage.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/olym ... p.html#srp

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