In the interest of maximizing Summer 2022, we’re using the July 4th holiday to make some Relaxation Resolutions. Top of the list: Securing the right gear for making the most of the sunny days ahead — and taking advantage of Independence Day sales to save a bundle.
So before you head out for hotdogs and fireworks, get a load of this: the perfect durable collapsible wagon to tote summer gear anywhere and everywhere, on sale during peak season! The MacSports Utility Wagon is down from $110 to just $85 during the 4th of July sale. And with more than 6,400 five-star ratings, it’s a guaranteed winner.
This foldable wagon weighs less than 23 pounds but hauls up to 150 pounds. It comes fully assembled and opens to a generous 35 inches long by 20 inches wide.
The MacSports Wagon is lightweight, stable, and easy on the back (no more heavy tote bags falling off your shoulders!)
It opens to 35 inches long by 20 inches wide by 23 high (that includes the handle), while folded for transport and storage, it’s down to just 20 by 30 by 8 inches—easy to stash away. For picnics, summer festivals and sporting events, there’s just nothing like it. It turns hauling gear into a pleasure — and takes the work out of your back and hips and knees.
How is the MacSports Wagon in terms of functionality? According to reviewers, it's one of the easiest wagons to use, from start to finish.
"The first time out, I took this over rumbly gravel roads, onto the ferry, and over uneven terrain up to our cottage. Works like a charm! It steers well, and the adjustable handle is long enough to not let the wheels or carriage bump into my ankles. For the downhill part, all I had to do was let the handle lock into the carriage, and I could control the wagon down the steep, 35-degree grade, " says a satisfied shopper. "Fresh out of the box, it simply drops down into position; there's nothing to put together. To reverse the process, you simply pull up in the center…takes about 3 seconds.
“Great for outdoor concerts in the park!” says this happy shopper. “Hooking up with friends recently at Tallahassee’s outdoor Southwood Park for a concert. Each of us brought chairs, food, drinks and all the eating essentials. Walked about a quarter mile or so to our chosen site. The wagon accommodated everything we brought for the event gathering!
”Outdoorsy folks swear by this wagon too: "I bought this for loading camping gear from the car to the camp site, and it is awesome for that. Great for gathering up firewood too. The nylon is strong, but probably not 100% tear-resistant. That said, it’s a tough material. I probably wouldn’t load it up with railroad ties, but it hauls a full cooler and extra gear with ease.”
And it’s not just for fun. Many, many reviewers rave about the MacSports wagon as a lifesaver for everyday chores. Reports one such five-star fan: I have used this ALOT and I have had it a month and a half. I have used it for groceries, odds and ends, moving between my old apartment and new apartment (the parking lot is far from my new apartment)… and I used it to bring my monitors and large printer from my office to my home…. It's great! It is very maneuverable. It is rugged and can handle quite a lot of weight. I am very impressed.”
At a savings of $25 for the holiday, this wagon is a no-brainer. When you factor in cost-per-use, it will pay for itself before we even hit August. The only tough decision is choosing a color: red, gray, bright pink or the summer-y patriotic pattern. Add to cart before your pick sells out.
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