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🚴 Roadmaster Toddler Classic 34-inch Ride-On Toy with 8-inch Wheels Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5Β Β 
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Description of 🚴 Roadmaster Toddler Classic 34-inch Ride-On Toy with 8-inch Wheels

Classic design steel wagon with rolled edges for safety. 8-Inch wheels with hard rubber tires, roll with ease. Long reach steel handle with no pinch pivot, patented steering system protects fingers and toes. Powder coat finish gives the wagon an iconic look and added durability. All steel bed and undercarriage.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great little van for my little ones

I love this red van. I can pack my 3 and 1 year olds in this van and tow them around my front yard. I never go too far as my 1 year old can fall off the edge but my 3 year old drives it just fine because he understands how to keep his hands/body in a moving car. It took my husband about 30-40 minutes to assemble and it's so sturdy! I won't leave this van unattended for my kids to play with, but if we ever need to take them to a farmer's market or theme park, this van will do the job just fine!

  • Free for educational purposes
  • Long delivery time

Revainrating 5 out of 5

5 stars in the price-performance comparison.

There are others who are probably better, but they know and charge accordingly. I bought this for my 2 and 3 year old grandchildren and it's perfect for them (and their parents to carry things around). I entered the wrong shipping address and the issue was resolved quickly and efficiently. There were no problems with the assembly as I am a grandfather so I left it to my father. I've done my time, now it's his turn. He did it fast enough and few tools were thrown. Two beers were drunk. Name it…

  • Easy setup
  • Appearance

This little van is cheaply made, but that explains the price. However, it is definitely worth it. Got it at my wife's request so she could tow our small dog who can no longer roam the local park. He loves ducks and wabbits. It's perfect for this purpose and fits nicely in the back of your Scion with a sunroof. Also, probably because it's cheap, it's fairly light so she can easily lift it in and out of the car. I'm sure it would also be suitable for a small child who might also like ducks and…

  • New
  • Almost never

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great van when you put it together!

We wanted our little granddaughter to get this pendant right away and not have to wait for it to be assembled and we did. It wasn't difficult, except for the part of the handle that didn't want to fit in the part it was supposed to fit. My husband finally got over it. It took us about 2 hours to put everything together, mainly because of that. But the look on her face when she received her station wagon was priceless! She had wanted him for a long time and just took him with her, pulled him…

  • cool product
  • old

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Do not buy - keep scrolling

Do not buy this combination. Recently bought here for $53 but I see they've increased the price to $83. For 53 € I would not buy more! I'm good at putting things together (just built an exercise bike with ease) but this crappy thing has been falling apart for over a week now and every time I try I get frustrated because nothing fits right, there are no tools and those they recommend using don't work either. You will need a set of ratchets, a rubber mallet and a bottle of liquor. Some of the…

  • Absolute Legend
  • So So

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The Roadmaster is a good $50 station wagon, not $72.

I bought this Roadmaster station wagon in 2013 for $55 and it lasted until May 2021 when the plastic rims on the wheels broke. I carried my grandchildren, dogs, sacks of mulch, dirt, bricks and flower pots in them. It was protected from the weather in the garage. I gave it 4 stars for durability because it lasted about 8 years. It cost $55. When I went to buy a new van, the price went up to $72. (Really?) This van isn't a radio pilot and doesn't even come close. It's 5-1/2 inches shorter, has…

  • Handy item
  • Modern

Revainrating 5 out of 5

This year I made Santa Claus look bad.

I am a grandmother raising my grandson in a world that has changed a lot since even my children have grown up. Everything is high tech, computerized or adjusted to keep the child calm. I understand that sitting still and studying is good. It's also very difficult for a child with ADHD. In any case, modern children lead a sedentary lifestyle. He had a bike. So far I'm not crazy about skates, so I really wasted my brain cells to find something that would make us both happy. It was then that I…

  • Slim design
  • Upgradable

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Just one problem: Tractor Vans

My nice station wagon/garden truck was stolen a few weeks ago and is now worth $100. I no longer need a sturdy one so I bought this for light gardening work left over from 10 years of hard work. I wasn't expecting much from this $60 combo, but I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the steel and the overall design. The reason I lowered my rating to 4 stars instead of 5 is because there is an issue that was causing a headache and ended up taking two hours to build. Among the bolts is one that

  • Nice to use
  • Clarity