Disney Minnie Mouse Stroller Wagon Review
Your little ones will have the time of their lives riding in the Delta Children Disney Minnie Mouse Stroller Wagon. The wagon fits two kids up to 110 lbs (55 lbs per seat). It has two cushioned seats with three point safety harnesses so your little ones will be secure as they do both indoor and outdoor activities as the wagon is perfect for both. Its durable, weather-resistant fabric makes the wagon suitable for any outdoor occasion and its heavy-duty, rust-resistant steel frame ensures long-lasting use. The wagon is easy to maneuver both inside and out thanks to its swivel front wheels and the brakes allow you to effortlessly turn and pivot at the drop of a hat. The wagon has a removable UV canopy that will keep your little ones protected from the rain or shine. And the push and pull handles are adjustable for any parent/guardian’s height. This wagon also has a ton of storage as it has a removable center console with two child cup holders and a storage pocket for all of your kids’ necessities. Plus it has outside pockets and a parent cup holder. The wagon can be stored easily thanks to its compact fold and its Minnie Mouse design is sure to put a smile on your little one’s face. I love how you can either push or pull the wagon and that it comes with a parent cup holder. However, I don’t like that it only has a 3 point harness and the kids have to sit on their butt with their legs straight out as there’s no traditional chair seat. You have to remember to fold the handlebar in to close the wagon otherwise you can break it and I don’t like how everything was stored when folded. You have to take out the bottom mat and then hang on the side of the folded wagon.
Should I get it?
I think this is a great stroller for the little ones under 18 months. Our boys are 20 months old and they really try to wiggle out of the 3 point harness. However, it has a fantastic amount of storage!
- It has a lot of storage options.
- Comes with a parent cup holder.
- You have the option to push or pull the wagon.
- You have to fold the handlebar or else you can break it.
- The bottom mat has to be taken out when it’s stored.