We had this very wagon and sold it with the property a few years back. With the no flat tires it is a work horse. We hauled everything and it became our working friend. Great on turns and back ups. MUST BUY!!!
I've had so many yard carts. The fiberboard one with the bicycle wheels (the handle doesn't stay in and the fiberboard rots), the metal one with the fold down sides (we called that one "Rusty"), various wheelbarrows. None worked out. I saw this and thought of all the Ancient milk crates I own. That plastic is tough. I knew the measurements, but I wasn't prepared for how BIG it is. As in, sleeps six comfortably, doubles as its own garage. But my husband (an arborist and avid gardener?) swooned. He is in love. I sprung for the never flat tires. It is large, and sturdy. I put it together in my living room and it rolled right out the door and down the steps. I think he will love this- for moving big plants, bags of stuff. I will love it for my various yard construction projects. It is sturdy, solid, the deck won't rust, I could throw a tarp in for finer material. It is awesome.
I purchased the wagon to haul my 3 small children and all of their gear to the beach. I have the wagon with the pneumatic tires, but I'm going to purchase the flat free tires next. The large tires make it easy to pull the wagon through the soft sand on the New Jersey beaches. The first night I put this wagon together my 70 year old father helped me and it took us about a half an hour because a lot of the parts came preassembled. After we put it together I wanted to test the capacity, so I asked my parents to sit in the wagon at the same time (total weight about 380 lbs.) I pulled them around my driveway with ease. My 4 year old can easily pull this wagon by himself. Needless to say, I highly recommended this wagon.