On yesterday I shared our Keenz Wagon S7 with Instagram and being a bit ambitious I committed to posting a review within a few hours of my Instagram post. Let’s say you should not put a time stamp on completing a blog with a six-month-old. It will not happen. It didn’t happen for me, and so here we are 24 hours later, and I am just now getting a moment to share the pros (mostly pros) and cons of the Keenz Wagon.
We also received an overwhelming amount of comments and shares with the wagon, so I thought it might be helpful to share details before any of you make the $350 investment. Yes, the wagon is big ticket item, but for our on-the-go family, it’s perfect. To give you a little background, my husband coaches little league travel baseball, and we spend about 14-18 every other weekend at the ballpark. This wagon serves multiple purposes, it triples as a: 1) bed – there is apparently a lot of napping in those 14-18 hours of baseball 2) play area – at six months old our little bug is a busybody and needs space to waddle around and play, and 3) the wagon is an excellent source of transportation for baby girl and all of her items. (What do you need at a ballpark with a six-month-old? Everything.)
Pros of the Keenz Wagon S7:
- It is an instant eye-catcher. If I had a dollar for every time, I heard, “Would you look at that?” I would have enough for entry into the ballpark, a hot dog, Gatorade, and a bag of chips (that’s easy $11)! In all seriousness, the Keenz is super sleek. From the popping color options to the leather trim along the handlebars. This wagon definitely says, “stylish.”
- Over-sized wheels. I’ve also heard the wheels referred to as beach wheels. I assume this means the wagon is easy to navigate along sandy beaches? While I haven’t put it to that test yet, I can assure that it easy to maneuver along rocky areas, Georgia clay, and grassy plains. The wheels also come with front and back brakes. So you can feel comfortable knowing that when you’re stalled so is your baby and all of your belongings.
- The side wind/sun shields. The shields are probably my favorite feature as it protects our little one from the elements. Yesterday happened to be a windy day, and the shields helped to keep some of the wind off of the baby girl. When you don’t need the shields they easily roll up.
- The COOLER BAG is clutch. The cooler bag serves as storage for food: bottles and snacks. Also, the stroller wagon offers a large carrying capacity. There are several pockets along the outside of the Keenz to store things like your cell phone, diapers and wipes, and toys for your little one.
- Five-point harness! If you’re a parent, you know that safety belts are a must. I have a six-month-old who is crawling and attempting to stand. (Help us, Jesus!) She is always on the move, and the harness helps to keep her safe. The harness straps come cushioned which I’m sure provides our little one with more comforter.
Con of the Keenz Wagon S7:
- There is only one. The size of the Keenz Wagon once collapsed. But, of course, it’s going to be a little large with all of its amazing features
We won this item at the Atlanta Baby Expo. I never win anything and to have won this fantastic wagon is by far one of the coolest things to happen to me. If you’re interested in the Keenz Wagon I would definitely check out their website, click here.
If you have any questions for me, comment below.
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