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[Costco] 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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