I was given this stroller wagon to try as part of the weeSpring Parent Panel and this thing is amazing! It is a super comfortable ride for my two kiddos and is very easy to push or pull anywhere. I broke down a quick pros/cons list and will give a more detailed review below.
-Turns/moves really easily and isn't going to tip over if you're unbalanced on rough terrain. -Comfortable and separate seating for the kids.
-Safety buckles to clip kids in who tend to try and jump out at every fun thing they come across. Or for the early sitters.
-Benefit of going from wagon to stroller mode with the parent handle super quickly depending on the terrain or environment you're in.
-Comfortable to push/pull for 6' and 6'3” parents with the option of extending the parent handle!
-Venting on sides for air circulation by feet and back helps keep kids cool.
-Option of removing and adding in the dividing snack/kid cup holder to help divide the kids and give them their own place to set their things. Or remove and use space to help store more things if the kids don't mind having a diaper bag sitting on their feet.
-Love being able to move the storage basket to either end of the stroller depending on if you're in wagon or stroller mode.
-The shade screen option on either side for both kids is easy for them to put up and down as needed and an awesome feature to keep kids cool and out of the sun.
-Extra water bottle or key/phone pockets for mom and dad a plus.
-35/40 Minutes to set up.
-Not super clear directions on certain parts when putting it together.
-Storage basket provided but it's not tons of storage. You can throw in the necessities or some light things (Recommended nothing over 10lbs) but it's not a huge space. (We used it for a few diapers, package of wipes, and some snacks).
-If you do any kind of speed more than a brisk walk in stroller mode the front wheels start to shake and won't run smoothly at all. (I discovered this when I was running late to a play date at the park and thought I'd jog the rest of the way-not an option)
-More heavy/bulky like a stroller when packing up and storing in car vs taking a fold-up wagon with you.
I have two kids, an almost 2 year old and 3 1/2 year old who are 25 and 28lbs and both are tall for their age. Other than the occasional foot fights in the middle, because that's what siblings do, they were both comfortable and loved riding in it. It's also a comfortable option for parents as well. As I mentioned above, my husband and I are both fairly tall and the extendable handle came in handy.
We took this wagon everywhere and we're constantly getting compliments and questions about it from other parents. I will say I'm happy my diaper bag is a backpack so I was hands free to push/pull this wagon since their isn't space to put the diaper bag in it without putting it on my kids laps or feet (which they would not have even if I begged them!) And when we went to the pool and had a small cooler, 4 large towels, two floaties and the diaper bag, we were carrying a lot of it separately. When normally with our old canvas fold up wagon I'd just pile it all up on one side and make my kids squish in next to each other on the other side so I wouldn't have to carry much myself. But for normal day trips to the park, farmers market, town festivals, soccer games, neighborhood walks, etc., this is the best option out there for comfort and ease and a smooth ride for all!
I would absolutely recommend this to anyone with two small children for your day to day use. I'm actually super bummed that my kids will be above the 55lb weight limit next summer and we won't be able to continue using it. But for this summer, it has been an amazing option for us!