I have Young-Onset Parkinson's Disease (YOPD) so my muscles tire easily. I keep this in the back of my minivan and take it into the mall. It also doubles as a 'walker' by helping with my poor balance. I love it! The only negative thing I can say, is that the wheels are a bit smelly...
I purchased this for my 85 year old mother so she could move things from her garage to the house. She absolutely loves it. Should have done it years age but she always resisted, saying she wasn't an "old lady" and didn't need it. Now she can't live without it.
This wagon seems like it won't last for long. It serves my purpose for now as I walk to all my shopping, but it feels flimsy compared with ones I've had in the past, including one that I'd had for over 50 years! Attaching the back wheels and rod was not difficult but directions for inserting one of the pins was inadequate. I had to find a youtube video to do it.
Love my Winnie Wagon. I use it for groceries, laundry and my work baskets at the preschool where I work.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? very accurate
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? very
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. excellent
I love this little cart especially for going to flea markets and long distances from car to inside buildings. It's such a big help to me for transporting goods because I've had such trouble with shoulder pain. Anyone that needs help with carrying things - definitely needs one of these carts!!
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Exact
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very good
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Strong and Sturdy, rolls easily, carries a lot.
We initially got a really crappy cart from a big box store and this is a marked improvement. It is tall enough for me to be comfortable pushing it (I'm 5'7") and the four wheels mean I don't have to pull it towards or push it away from me to move it, which is nice. These are the two main features we were looking for in buying a replacement. The only thing is that I can't be sure it will be sturdy enough. I haven't had any problems, but it does jiggle quite a bit on the sidewalk. Perhaps if I were just walking up and down a hallway with it I wouldn't be concerned, but I bought it to walk to the laundromat and grocery store, and so I'm on public sidewalks, which aren't always the most smooth. If I were going to buy another one, I would look for swivelly front wheels and suitability for a more "rugged" city terrain. I am almost positive, though, that that would push us up into a price bracket that would be unacceptable. As I said earlier, so far so good with the Winnie Wagon, and I'm definitely satisfied considering the price we paid. I would recommend it to anyone.
My son was the one to put together, the end caps wouldn't go on. But the Good about it is it doen't collapse like other 's. Even over a rough cracked walkway. Our store is 6 blocks of ( BROKEN CEMENT.) to our home. We are trying to find someway to attach to my powerchair, that can go on and off. So there is a thought to work on. Thank you. CG