This wagon requires a little bit of elbow grease to put together. You'll need a hammer, screwdriver, pliers, and a wrench. It's made of an okay, but not high, quality wood. The sides slip in and secure only in the slot on the bottom. When the kids lean back on it, the sides push out a little, but I'm not worried about them breaking. The weight limit is 80 pounds though, and it's probably wise to stick with that. Our kids love the wagon. It's easy to steer and relatively sturdy. It probably won't last as long as the old metal wagon I had as a child, but it'll do.
I have RA & OA and always struggled carrying in my groceries or other larger items. Now I just load them in my wagon and bring them in the house to be put away. I just love it!
Great looking wagon for the price. Was a little challenging to put together. It took about an hour to build. And I couldn't do it without an electric screwdriver. But I built 2 of them and I love them.
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