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Folding Utility Wagon $69.97

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[Walmart] Folding Utility Wagon $69.97

holds up to 250LB. reviews on walmart seems pretty good.
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I wonder if this is better than the Costco one at $85 - it's built like a tank. They had one on display and it looked like it can take abuse. I bought one and it's still new in box waiting for the beaches to open.
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Biscayne05 wrote: I wonder if this is better than the Costco one at $85 - it's built like a tank. They had one on display and it looked like it can take abuse. I bought one and it's still new in box waiting for the beaches to open.
any link for the costco one?
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I bought the Costco one and it is very well built, but I remember reading reviews how people were very happy with the Ozark one and it actually moved much better in sand vs the Costco which gets stuck.
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Biscayne05 wrote: I wonder if this is better than the Costco one at $85 - it's built like a tank. They had one on display and it looked like it can take abuse. I bought one and it's still new in box waiting for the beaches to open.
I have the Walmart one. If the wheels are bigger on Costco one, then I would say Costco one is better choice. I had a hard time to drag this thing on the beach. If you don't go to beach, then pick the cheaper one,
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forgetpwd wrote: any link for the costco one?
In store only, but I believe it's made by MacSports which is in the US site
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Twism wrote: and it actually moved much better in sand vs the Costco which gets stuck.
I bought the Costco one many years ago and other than developing a squeak when I pull it, it's been otherwise solid ever since. Use it multiple times each week and I do not take good care of it at all. It definitely doesn't work well in the sand if that's important. The one and only time I took it to the beach we ended up carrying it instead of trying to pull it through the sand.
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Menace wrote: I have the Walmart one. If the wheels are bigger on Costco one, then I would say Costco one is better choice. I had a hard time to drag this thing on the beach. If you don't go to beach, then pick the cheaper one,
Thanks.

I have to see this WM one in person. The Costco one does feel like it was built for war. I think weight rating is on thr 300lb mark so no doubt you can haul your wife and your mistress in one shot.








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Biscayne05 wrote: I wonder if this is better than the Costco one at $85 - it's built like a tank. They had one on display and it looked like it can take abuse. I bought one and it's still new in box waiting for the beaches to open.
The beaches are already open.
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Not that I usually have an issue with regular price deals, but isn't this the normal price for this wagon at Walmart? Not that this item is rare either. Regardless though, been tempted to pick one of these up.
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major153 wrote: Umm... That link is a lounge chair.

Are you sure the Costco is not made by Coleman?
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the one costco sold in store had 300 lbs capacity, so not the Coleman one
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Serious q, can I use this to transport deck blocks from the driveway to the backyard?
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jeeva86 wrote: Serious q, can I use this to transport deck blocks from the driveway to the backyard?
How long are your deck blocks if it has to overhang the edge then i wouldnt buy it. If it sits inside than it is ok
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I've had this one for 2 years and it's great. Solid and no problems so far. Use it multiple times each week for hauling baseball team gear between the parking lot and the diamond so nothing too strenuous, but it has held up well.

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