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Garden Basics: World’s Best Collapsible Wagon

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Garden Basics: World’s Best Collapsible Wagon

March 18, 2015

Some people crave jewelry. I crossed off my wish-list “diamonds” and wrote in “utility cart” after I saw this beautiful, well-made wagon from Belgium.

From garden accessories designer Atelier Tradewinds comes a last-a-lifetime garden cart. Constructed of weather-impervious materials, the 33-pound wagon can haul loads that loads that weigh up to 10 times as much.

Above: Rustproof, rotproof, and waterproof, The Wagon is made from lightweight aluminum, polyester, and marine grade plywood; it has 12-inch pneumatic tires and is available in eight colors (including black as Shown) for €840 from The Van.

Above: The heavy duty canvas cover resists abrasions and will not fade in the sun.

Above: Easy to assemble (no tools necessary), the wagon can be stored flat in a shed or garage–or a car trunk if it’s heading to the beach.

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