W2 Luxe Stroller Wagon Review

Editor's Rating


Editor's Review

The Wonderfold Wagon can be described as the Cadillac of all strollers. With a carriage that holds up to 200 lbs. (45 lbs. per seat), you can take two little ones on the ride of their lives! The wagon has a 5 point harness which is awesome because our other wagon only has a 3 pt and I felt like it wasn’t secure enough for Riley. Plus, when the tots get tired of sitting up, you can let them lay down in the wagon’s deep carriage with mesh sides. Using the easily adjustable canopy with sun protection, you can make the carriage almost blackout dark. The sides have covers that unravel and block the mesh then you can take the canopy and lower it all the way down to the wagon edges. The wagon also comes with an alternative entryway for independent children, a roll-out wind/privacy shade, removable seats, and a magnetic harness. The all-terrain wheels are great for places with a lot of gravel, such as fairs or festivals. However, while going through grassy trails, we found that the wheels were following the contours of whatever was already on the grass before it, which made it difficult to steer. But, we still managed to stay on course thanks to the adjustable vegan leather handlebar and 1-step foot break. I really liked that since we only have one child right now, we can take one seat out and use the rest of the wagon for storage thanks to the wagon’s abundance of storage space and removable rear basket. The wagon weighs 55 lbs. and is easy to fold up once you’re done using it. It even stands up right after it’s folded! However, It was a little difficult to put together though. I had trouble putting on the tires and had to use all my weight to properly secure them. Also we found out the wagon won’t fold up with the chairs still in it.

W2 Luxe Stroller Wagon

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Should I get it?

This is a must have for all your adventures with the kids!


  • Very smooth
  • Removable seats
  • Lots of storage
  • 5 pt harness


  • Heavy
  • Difficult to put together
  • Can’t close with the seats on it

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