Made of strong steel that's built to hold up well to play. Looks just like a real shopping cart. Wheels move smoothly, making the cart easy to push. Covered by the brand's Happiness Guarantee.
While we like the rugged construction, the metal may scratch floors or walls. Rare reports of carts with unexpected sharp edges.
Durable plastic construction with plenty of space for kids to stash toys during play. Made to be simple for little ones to push. Colorful design is appealing to kids.
Cart is a little top-heavy when empty and somewhat frustrating to put together.
Earns praise for its appealing, realistic appearance. Tough metal frame and kid-friendly handle. Easy to push. Parents appreciate the corner bumpers that protect walls.
Difficult to assemble, and a few shopping carts were missing hardware, making the process even more challenging.
Stands out for the 2-tier design that features removable baskets with lots of space for pretend shopping trips. An adorable replica of a modern shopping cart that provides lots of play possibilities.
Takes a little time and effort to assemble. Baskets may fall off the cart during play.
Features a play cooktop and activity center that can be removed from the cart. Moving parts and working lights and sounds entice kids to play. Structured with wide legs to assists kids that are learning to walk.
It's stable, but it's also fairly lightweight. Some parents found the sounds it makes annoying.
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