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Collapsible Double Decker Outdoor Utility Wagon, Teal
Item No. 601891
Collapsible Double Decker Outdoor Utility Wagon, Teal is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 92.
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Collapsible Double Decker Outdoor Utility Wagon, Teal

Collapsible Double Decker Outdoor Utility Wagon, Teal is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 92.
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Item No. 601891
$119.97 $134.99
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MAC Sports has become synonymous with recreational furniture and equipment.

Founded in 1993, MAC Sports has grown into one of the largest manufacturer and distributor of collapsible folding furniture in the world and has branched off into other product categories - i.e. garden furniture, juvenile furniture, etc. This growth has been driven by and will continue to be governed by product innovation and unparalleled attention to quality. Our products are the Newest and one of the Best! The heavy duty frame allows loads up to 150 lbs. The extended lower shelf is perfect for transporting those bulky over sized items such as umbrellas and canopies that don't fit inside the wagon. Perfect for hauling gear to outdoor sporting events, concerts, trips to the park and great for use around the house.

Features:
• Sets up in Seconds, No Assembly Required!
• The Durable 600D Fabric can be easily cleaned
• Includes an adjustable contoured handle for a comfortable secure grip
• 2 Mesh Cup Holders keep your beverages handy while in transport
• Folded size approx. 29.5" x 20" x 8"
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  • Outside Dimensions Approx.: 40" x 20" x 28" (with extended shelf)
  • Inside Wagon Dimensions Approx.: 32.5” x 17.5” x 10.5”
  • Wagon folds to only 8" Thick!
  • Folded size approx. 29.5" x 20" x 8"
  • Please note that it is not made to transport children
Unit Weight 29.70 lb
Brand Mac Sports
MFG Part No. DD-100
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great at the Beach I bought this on our way to Emerald Isle, NC. We piled in our wagon: 2 anti-gravity chairs, 2 beach chairs, 1 cooler, a large bag full of Beach towels and blankets, 2 beach umbrellas, and supplies for our Lab Lucy! It rolls along great on pavement and the wooden walkway over the dune, but was hard to push through the sand. It took one pulling and one pushing! It was loaded down and the sand was deep. We plan on taking to Daytona Beach next month. The sand there isn't as deep. I'll use it whenever we go on outings with family and friends. I like it!
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome wagon at an even more awesome price! This wagon is amazing. The lower level makes it all possible. We can put our 2 large camping chairs down there which leaves TONS of room above for all of the bags, soccer balls and even a 4 year old here and there! One limitation is that it’s not great on the sand so if your primary use is the beach go w one w beach wheels. This wagon is so easy to maneuver and folds up in a sec! Takes up NO space! Overall I give it 5 stars because I was looking for a sports wagon and it fits our family’s needs perfectly!!
Date published: 2019-10-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Wagon! Got this as a gift. What an upgrade from my former wagon! This one will carry my chairs, cooler, picnic basket & roll up table with room to spare. It pulls along on firm sand or pavement with ease! The design Team missed dropped the ball on storage issues: a “kick stand” is needed for free standing when the wagon is collapsed.
Date published: 2020-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wagon is good, but needs design improvements I really like the double decker wagon, seems durable so far. The only problem is the handle that you pull does not control the front wheels. I think for steerings sake that it would be easier to maneuver if the design was a little different. It also doesn't stand upright by itself. It would be nice to have that implemented as well in a revamped version. All in all it definitely helped on my camping trip to Rock Island, Wisconsin!
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Choice Stellar selection. I have a cousin living in Jamaica that boasts zero sidewalks and she needed it for her market days where the streets are challenging to navigate. I was fortunate enough to witness this wagon in action and let me just say "smooth". It's making their lives easier. It's a beautiful feeling to have been asked to help someone and finding the right equipment to deliver was essential.
Date published: 2019-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice cart, but sensitive to weight distribution Pretty handy double decker. It is, however, more sensitive to weight distribution than single layer wagons and will tip when you start moving if the back load is too heavy. It folds up very nicely.
Date published: 2019-07-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this wagon. Just don't do it. This is easily the least functional thing I've bought all year. It can't stand upright, it sways when being pulled, the bottom layer can't support much weight, and it doesn't come with a cover. On top of these design flaws, when I returned the wagon, I had to pay for shipping. All in all, it was quite a miserable experience. I'll start with the biggest design flaw; it falls over. It doesn't stand upright on its own. Period. Even when leaning against something, it slides down. This completely dismisses the option for upright storage. Worse, when removed from a vehicle, it falls on the ground. It will get scraped from falling on concrete. It will get dirty from falling on the ground. It will get muddy from falling in puddles. It will get ruined because the second I pull it out of my vehicle and am not ready to immediately open it, it will crash and burn. This could have been fixed with a kickstand, a wheel lock, or anything in general to hold/lock the wheels in place. But nope. Nothing. The next issue I have is that it moves left and right when being pulled. The wagon constantly sways back and forth like a rope bridge. It's like a dog on a chain that doesn't want to move. This is kind of big deal because instead of following a straight path and staying on the sidewalk, the wagon has a tendency to go in the grass. And, it pulls me along with it. So, I'm getting pulled almost as much as I'm pulling the wagon. Not good at all. Next, is the double decker gimmick, which can't support a lot of weight. I need to clarify that this refers to the extending tray only, not the entire layer. Anything placed on the bottom rack must have the bulk of the weight completely underneath the wagon. The extension piece can support very little weight and bends downward with the slightest amount of pressure. It also doesn't help that there are no sides to it. So, if I wanted to use it as a basket, whatever lightweight items I put on top of it, would fall right off. Honestly, it would have been better to not have the bottom piece at all, and to just have one really deep basket. Like a typical wagon. A single storage wagon can easily hold more. And, anything longer than the wagon, just drapes over the side. Or, extends over the top. All in all, it's just a failed novelty idea. Lastly, about the wagon itself, is that it doesn't come with a cover. This wouldn't be an issue if other collapsible wagons didn't come with a cover. But, they do. So, this wagon falls behind its competition. All naked and alone. This would have been especially beneficial for when it falls over and hits the ground. And, it will fall over. But, a cover would have been nice to protect it from scraping, getting dirty, and getting muddy. The lack of a cover makes it feel inferior to even the cheaper of collapsible wagons. Sometimes, it is the little things. Finally, it cost me over $30 to ship it back. This is roughly 30% of what I actually paid for it. This is not cool. So, I basically rented a poorly constructed wagon for a one time use of over $30. I won't be buying from this site any time soon, or ever again. And, I'll just leave it at that. The only good thing to say about this nonfunctional gimmick is that it can actually pull stuff. It just comes at the price of a headache. I would rather make 3 separate trips carrying as many groceries as possible, than pull this thing. The only other good thing to be said is that the item arrived pretty fast. Yup, that's all the positive things I have to say about this experience. In closing, I would like to reinforce how much no one should ever buy this wagon. It's not worth the time, the hassle, or the headache. Go buy another wagon. Seriously, go buy a different one. For the price offered, you can do better. Much, much better.
Date published: 2020-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth it! Well worth every dollar!! My son is on several travel teams, so it’s nice to be able to make one trip for everything that we have to bring along.
Date published: 2019-07-27
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Is the wagon box the same size as the other Mac Collapsible sports wagons?

Asked by: RoseRKG
No, the Double Decker model actually has a slightly different box size versus the common collapsible wagon by Mac Sports.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2019-12-05

Is the frame made of plastic or steel?

Asked by: SnoConan
The frame is made of steel.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-05-22

Are the wheels all plastic or metal and rubber?

Asked by: Doug
The wheels are plastic and have rubber tires.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-05-22

What is the max weight it can hold?

Asked by: Searcher480
Weight Capacity: 150 lbs.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-10-24

Has anyone used this at a dock/marina? Is the steering maneuverable enough to easily slip by when other people are coming or going?

Asked by: Frank
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