The Best Stroller Wagons of 2022

8 stroller wagons we tested outside

Building on stroller wagon research published in 2019 we evaluated 25 wagons and purchased seven for extensive, side-by-side testing. Over three months we conducted 65 tests and measurements to determine which ones are easiest for parents to steer, push, fold, stow and use. We also looked at kid comfort and usability, as well durability for the long run.

Editor's Choice
Recommended
Budget Choice
Veer CruiserEvenflo Pivot XploreAnthem 4Baby Trend ExpeditionRadio Flyer DiscoveryKeenz 7SJeep WranglerWonderfold W4 Elite
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Test Lab Score
83
81
80
76
76
73
69
64
Bottom LineWell built, higher-priced, easy to use, last-forever choiceVery functional, handles well, low priceRoomy, comfortable well designed, nice maneuverability but difficult to foldLower cost, solid performer, difficult to lift and stowGreat bang for the buck, roomy interior, folding seatFunctional, challenging folding and stowing, nice features for parentsRoomy inside, nice accessories, lacks maneuverabilityFully featured, comfortable for kids, difficult to fold, stow and maneuver
AdvantagesHandles well, folds small, rugged constructionFolds, stows and maneuvers well, great storageManeuvers well, nice accessories, wide interior and footwellAmple storage and good maneuverabilityLightweight, low-cost, easy fold and transport, and bench seat modeGood steering, maneuverability, brakes and handlesGood storage volume, roomy inside, useful accessoriesReclining seats, roomy inside, good storage
DisdvantagesHigh cost, few accessories included with base modelNo flat surface for sleeping, tips when standing foldedWeak folding mechanismAwkward to lift and stowNo footwell, limited storage and lacks accessories like a snack tray and car seat adapterNo footwell, hard to see out of and get kids into, bulky foldedDifficult steering and stowingHard to fold and store, difficult to maneuver and push on non-flat surfaces



Veer Cruiser


Test Lab Score 83

Editor's Choice

High-end, high quality, very portable, limited accessories included





Parent Comfort and Usability
66
Kid Comfort and Usability
67
Steering, Maneuverability
95
Folding, Transport
92
Part and Material Quality
94

The Veer Cruiser was the top performer in our battery of tests. It excelled in important functions like folding, unfolding, and loading into and out of vehicles. It was the best-constructed stroller wagon of those we tested, with very solid parts that operated smoothly and snapped solidly into place.

It also tested well in steering and maneuverability with one caveat. In push mode the small wheels in the back pivot while the front wheels are fixed. If you push unevenly on the handles the wagon tends to veer. The design with large wheels in the front helps the Cruiser to climb over obstacles like rocks and roots better than its competitors.

The unfortunate news about the Veer is the combination of a higher price than other 2-seat wagons and missing accessories in the base model. The storage basket, canopy, and car seat adapter must be purchased separately. It is not the best choice if you are looking for extra storage or a flat inner surface to use as a napping area or playard.

Our full review of the Veer Cruiser.

Veer stroller wagon fits in the trunk of a Honda Civic
The Veer stroller wagon fits nicely in the trunk of a Honda Civic



Evenflo Pivot Xplore


Test Lab Score 81

Recommended

Lots of value, high performing, moderate cost



Parent Comfort and Usability
65
Kid Comfort and Usability
67
Steering, Maneuverability
86
Folding, Transport
91
Part and Material Quality
94

The Evenflo Pivot Xplore handles like a stroller but is designed with useful wagon features. Because of its shorter length front-to-back, it scored higher in maneuverability than most other wagons. It performed well in our grass and bump tolerance test, and was decent navigating hills.

The Xplore also performed well in time-to-fold, ease-of-folding, ease-of-lifting and several other portability tests. It stands when folded but is prone to tipping.

Kids can climb in and out on their own and they will like the cupholders, snack tray and comfortable seats with a footwell. The canopy operates smoothly and provides good coverage. The storage basket is roomy and accessible to parents from the back.

This stroller wagon isn’t roomy and doesn’t work well as a play or nap device as some do. It is also missing parent cupholders and a car seat adapter.

Overall we found the Evenflo stroller wagon to offer significant value for a reasonable price relative to the many pricier options.

Our full review of the Evenflo Pivot Xplore

The Evenflo Pivot Xplore and Veer Cruiser side by side.


Radio Flyer Discovery


Test Lab Score 76

Budget Choice

Great features for the money, reclining seat, bench mode


Parent Comfort and Usability
71
Kid Comfort and Usability
66
Steering, Maneuverability
72
Folding, Transport
85
Part and Material Quality
86

The Radio Flyer Discovery Stroll ‘N Wagon has many of the same capabilities as its’ peers but with two main advantages. The typical sales price is half of the Evenflo Xplore and less than one-fourth of the Veer Cruiser. The Discovery is also extremely light at 30 lbs and folds down to 6.9 cu ft which is the smallest and easiest to handle of those we tested.

This wagon is missing accessories like a snack tray and cupholders for kids. It is also short on external storage. However, it does have a single reclining seat, 5-point harnesses, and a functional canopy.

The wagon performed well in folding and loading tests. It is adequate but average handling grass, bumps, and hills. One side zips down letting kids sit and play on it as a bench. The inner surface is flat and firm so it can also be used as a bassinet or small play area.

We value the light weight and versatility of this stroller wagon and believe the feature and performance tradeoffs are offset by the cost savings.

Our full review of the Radio Flyer Discovery Stroll ‘n Wagon

Toddler in the Radio Flyer Discovery Stroll 'N Wagon

Why You Should Trust Us

The stroller wagon writing and testing team for this review are Becky Hunt CPA, our founder, mother of four, and grandmom of four, and Jeff Hunt, editor, dad and grandad. Both have extensive, real-world baby gear experience.

We have researched and published 91 stroller recommendation articles over the past five years. We have evaluated several hundred strollers and dozens of stroller wagons.

Our test results and recommendations are not influenced by manufacturers. We purchased all of the leading stroller wagons at retail prices.

Over a period of three months we spent many hours in the wild, and with a few wild kids, putting these stroller wagons through their paces. We performed 65 tests and assessments on each wagon. We collated hundreds of negative customer reviews.

We evaluated safety concerns, checked for recalls, and looked at certifications. We interviewed wagon-owning parents, talked to manufacturers and noted how children interact with each product.

Based on our research, we found these five categories to be the most important drivers of satisfaction with stroller wagons:

  • Parent Comfort and Usability (20% weighting)
  • Kid Comfort and Usability (20% weighting)
  • Steering, Maneuverability (20% weighting)
  • Folding, Transport (20% weighting)
  • Part and Material Quality (20% weighting)

Who Should Get This

A stroller wagon isn’t a must-have for every family. You can get by with a single stroller, two single strollers, a double stroller or, in a pinch, no stroller at all.

A stroller wagon can be a good idea, if you have multiple kids 9 months to 5 years old, and like to attend events or go on extended outings. Some stroller wagons are better than most strollers for use on athletic fields or nature paths. And some are also more fun for kids to ride in and play in when sitting at an event.

Partial myth: “Stroller wagons are great for storage.” Many have very limited storage if two kids are in the wagon.

Partial myth: “Stroller wagons are good for napping.” Some have a flat inner surface to nap on, some do not. Rarely is there room for two kids to nap lying flat at the same time. Double strollers usually have two reclining seats so that two kids can nap at the same time. Many stroller wagons have no reclining seats.

How We Tested

We built upon our prior research into stroller wagons and surveyed customer reviews and expert recommendations. With a robust set of buying criteria and problem analysis, we evaluated 25 stroller wagons in our effort to narrow the field to those worthy of buying and testing. We eliminated many based on quality and usability issues. We also eliminated products from the same manufacturers with similar characteristics.

It all came down to some rather obvious criteria. How comfortable and enjoyable is it for the kids? How functional and easy to use is it for the parent? How well does it steer and how difficult is it to push? Is it difficult to fold and put into a vehicle? And not least, how well does it hold up over time?

With these big questions in mind, we devised 65 different tests and measurements to objectively test performance in the categories outlined below.

Product Ratings, Tests and Specs

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Veer CruiserEvenflo Pivot XploreAnthem 4Baby Trend ExpeditionRadio Flyer DiscoveryKeenz 7SJeep WranglerWonderfold W4 Elite
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Test Lab Score8381807676736964
Parent Comfort and Usability
66
65
83
85
71
88
92
73
Kid Comfort and Usability
67
67
82
67
66
57
62
82
Steering, Maneuverability
95
86
83
77
72
77
39
53
Folding, Transport
92
91
60
67
85
49
60
22
Part and Material Quality
94
94
92
86
86
90
90
89
Specifications
Seats2 2 4 2 2 2 2 4
Weight32.5 lbs34.7 lbs40.0 lbs42.0 lbs30.5 lbs32.0 lbs46.2 lbs53.0 lbs
Capacity in Pounds110 lbs110 lbs250 lbs110 lbs120 lbs110 lbs110 lbs300 lbs
Minimum Age6 months 6 months 6 months 6 months 1 1 6 months 6 months
Goes through standard sized doorYes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No
Grass Rating10 10 10 8 7 8 7 6
Time to Assemble13 sec21 sec17 sec18 sec25 sec21 sec16 sec26 sec
Dirt, Crumb Removal Rating9 7 7 8 9 9 9 8
Storage Volume Rating1 7 9 8 3 10 10 9
Car Seat Adapter IncludedNo No No Yes No No Yes No
Additional Accessories IncludedSnack Tray Canopy, Snack Tray Canopy, Nap Mat, Snack Tray Canopy w/ Mosquito Netting, Nap Mat, Snack Tray Canopy Canopy, Cooler Bag Canopy, Cooler Bag Canopy
Folding Time20 sec20 sec23 sec28 sec36 sec54 sec31 sec98 sec
Folded Size7.9 cu ft9.0 cu ft11.1 cu ft13.1 cu ft6.9 cu ft8.9 cu ft10.2 cu ft15.7 cu ft
Fits in Sedan TrunkYes Yes No (Yes w/o wheels) No Yes No No No
Seats ReclineNo No No No One of two No No Yes
Kid CupholdersYes Yes 4 Yes No No No No
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Value

Stroller wagons can be very pricey. The Wonderfold W4 Elite, Anthem4 and Veer Cruiser are over $600. The Cruiser is close to $950 if you purchase the storage basket, canopy and nap system. That for a 2-seater.

Those prices generally yield a set of premium features like footwells, reclining seats, a flat sleeping surface, additional storage, snack trays, cup holders for kids and parents. Even in that price range, not every product has every feature.

Our budget choice, the Discovery Stroll ‘N Wagon, is less than $200 and is short on accessories but does include a canopy, parent cup holders, and a single reclining seat.

The mid-range price for stroller wagons is $300 to $450. Most but not all of the products in this range are missing footwells and reclining seats but do include snack trays, cupholders and extra storage. The Jeep and Baby Trend come with a car seat adapter included.

Product Price Performance

Lower Cost - Higher Score
Higher Cost - Higher Score
Lower Cost - Lower Score
Higher Cost - Lower Score

Parent Comfort and Usability

This category assesses storage, ease of cleaning, handle usability, braking, customer service, car seat adapters and more.

The Jeep Wrangler came out on top with lots of storage, and included car seat adapter, easy cleaning, and smooth brake operation. Ironically, the Veer Cruiser, our top choice was weak in this area because the base model lacks storage space and a car seat adapter, and brake activation was more challenging than others.

Storage Volume Ranking

Most products come with a basket that hangs on the front or back end of the wagon. Baby Trend has a large and convenient basket that attaches to the top of the handle.

Jeep Wrangler
10
Keenz 7S
10
Anthem 4
9
Wonderfold W4 Elite
9
Baby Trend Expedition
8
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
7
Radio Flyer Discovery
3
Veer Cruiser
1
Baby Trend Expedition storage bag shown open
Baby Trend Expedition storage bag is handlebar-mounted and super convenient.

Our full review of the Baby Trend Expedition stroller wagon

Cleaning

We didn’t find a big difference between the wagons in the ability to spot clean fabric. However, the fabric is removable from the Keenz, Jeep and W4.

There is a difference when it comes to dirt and crumb removal from crevices. Here are the crumb removal ratings:

Veer Cruiser
9
Radio Flyer Discovery
9
Keenz 7S
9
Jeep Wrangler
9
Baby Trend Expedition
8
Wonderfold W4 Elite
8
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
7
Anthem 4
7

Steering and Maneuverability

The Veer Cruiser and Evenflo Xplore took the top spot for steering and maneuverability with the Anthem4 in a close 3rd place.

Terrain Performance

We loaded all the wagons with 40 lbs in the front and back and performed several intense terrain tests. Each was rated on grass and hill performance going up, down, and pushing along the side of a grassy hill. We also took them over a bumpy path as you are likely to encounter tree roots, rocks, and sticks in your journies.

veer cruiser vs wonderfold w4 elite wheel size
The Veer Cruiser wheel is quite a bit larger than the Wonderfold W4

Having larger wheels in the front, while pushing, made it much easier for the Veer and Anthem4 to roll over bumps and obstacles, than for wagons that have smaller wheels in the front. Pushing these wagons was easier on all rough terrain, but not much different on flat surfaces.

Our full review of the Wonderfold W4 Elite

Veer Cruiser
10
Anthem 4
10
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
9
Baby Trend Expedition
8
Radio Flyer Discovery
8
Keenz 7S
8
Wonderfold W4 Elite
6
Jeep Wrangler
3

Steering and Veering

The Veer and Anthem4 with swivel wheels on the back made it more difficult to push in a straight line. Those wagons were much more sensitive to uneven pushing on the left or right side of the handle and you have to make frequent but slight adjustments.

We measured the force in pounds to get the loaded strollers going, and then the force to keep them going. The Wonderfold W4 is the heaviest and hardest to start and maintain its roll. The Veer and Evenflo took the least force.

Force to Start

Jeep Wrangler
15.4 lbs
Wonderfold W4 Elite
15.4 lbs
Keenz 7S
14.3 lbs
Radio Flyer Discovery
12.6 lbs
Anthem 4
12.2 lbs
Baby Trend Expedition
12.1 lbs
Veer Cruiser
11.0 lbs
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
11.0 lbs

Force to Turn

We also tested to force required to make a standing turn, like you might have to do in a grocery store to navigate down an aisle. Again the Veer and Anthem4 were winners but Evenflo was relatively easy to turn because it is shorter front to back.

Jeep Wrangler
36.4 lbs
Wonderfold W4 Elite
33.5 lbs
Baby Trend Expedition
25.4 lbs
Radio Flyer Discovery
25.4 lbs
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
22.0 lbs
Keenz 7S
22.0 lbs
Veer Cruiser
15.4 lbs
Anthem 4
13.2 lbs

Going Through Doors

The Radio Flyer, Keenz, Baby Trend, Evenflo and Veer wagons could fit through small 28″ sized doorways. The Jeep, Wonderfold and Anthem4 could not roll through a 30″ doorway and had to be folded or tilted and twisted through.

Folding and Transport

Many of the most serious complaints about stroller wagons involve difficulty in folding and loading them into and out of vehicles.

We measured folding time, unfolding time, and folded size in cubic feet. We attempted to load every wagon into the trunk of a small sedan and also loaded them into the back of a Toyota mini-van with the vehicle seats up and down.

We rated each product for Ease of Folding and Ease of Lifting when Folded.

Folding and Transport Ratings

Veer Cruiser
92
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
91
Radio Flyer Discovery
85
Baby Trend Expedition
67
Anthem 4
60
Jeep Wrangler
60
Keenz 7S
49
Wonderfold W4 Elite
22

The Veer Cruiser and Evenflo Xplore have very different folding mechanisms, but both have fast fold and unfold times and have a small footprint folded. The Radio Flyer Discovery is also a champ when it comes to folding because of its compact fold size and light weight.

Folding the Veer Cruiser stroller wagon
Folding the Veer Cruiser stroller wagon

4-Seat Stroller Wagons

The Wonderfold W4 Elite weighs 53 lbs and is difficult to fold and lift when folded.

Putting the Wonderfold W4 Elite into the back of a minivan with the rear seats in place.
Heaving the Wonderfold W4 Elite into the van. It fits with the seats up, but is a challenge to lift.

The Gladly Anthem4 is 30 lbs and has a folding approach similar to the Veer. When it works, it folds quickly and compactly. However, the folding release button seized up frequently and required force and wiggling to get it to fold. While we were always able to eventually fold the wagon, it was difficult and frustrating often enough to warrant very low folding scores.

Folded Size in Cubic Feet

Radio Flyer Discovery
6.9 cu ft
Veer Cruiser
7.9 cu ft
Keenz 7S
8.9 cu ft
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
9.0 cu ft
Jeep Wrangler
10.2 cu ft
Anthem 4
11.1 cu ft
Baby Trend Expedition
13.1 cu ft
Wonderfold W4 Elite
15.7 cu ft
Keenz 7S, Jeep Wrangler, Evenflo Pivot Xplore, Radio Flyer Discovery all folded and standing.
Keenz 7S, Jeep Wrangler, Evenflo Pivot Xplore, Radio Flyer Discovery all folded and standing.

Kid Comfort and Usability

Footwells, reclining seats and comfortable harnesses go a long way toward keeping kids happy and comfortable in a stroller wagon. In this category we looked at whether kids could get in and out on their own, whether they could see out over the sides and through the canopy, whether the seats were ventilated, the amount of space inside the wagon and much more.

Anthem 4
82
Wonderfold W4 Elite
82
Veer Cruiser
67
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
67
Baby Trend Expedition
67
Radio Flyer Discovery
66
Jeep Wrangler
62
Keenz 7S
57

The Wonderfold W4 Elite and Gladly Anthem4, which are the only 4-seaters we tested, were the top performers with many kid-friendly amenities. Both wagons are spacious inside as they need to be to hold four children. The W4 is 30 in long and 19 in wide and the Anthem is 28 in long and 21 in wide. The extra width in the Anthem makes it easier to get bigger kids side by side.

The Wonderfold is 3 inches deeper than the Anthem and provides a roomier footwell. Paired with adjustable reclining seats and padded harnesses, toddlers can sit nice and cozy.

Stroller wagons that allow older kids to climb in and out on their own are a hit. The Evenflo folds down in front. The Wonderfold has a zippered entrance in the back. Older and agile kids will be able to climb into many of the products including those that aren’t made with an entrance in mind.

Canopies may get in the way. The Keenz doesn’t have much space between the canopy and top of the sides which makes it more difficult to maneuver a baby into the seat. The sides of the Keenz are 18 inches high and a child sitting flat on their bottom isn’t able to see out.

Our full review of the Keenz 7S

The Wonderfold W4 Elite and Keenz 7S side by side.
The Wonderfold W4 Elite and Keenz 7S

Part and Material Quality

Stroller wagons take a beating because kids play in and on them and parents load them up with gear.

We evaluated a wide range of materials and components assessing quality and operation. Here are the overall scores for Part and Material Quality:

Veer Cruiser
94
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
94
Anthem 4
92
Keenz 7S
90
Jeep Wrangler
90
Wonderfold W4 Elite
89
Baby Trend Expedition
86
Radio Flyer Discovery
86

Scores in this category fell into a narrower range but the Cruiser, Pivot Xplore and Anthem4 came out on top. The Veer is solidly built with a welded aluminum frame. It looks and feels strong, and the handle and sides snap into place with a reassuring sound, and consistent and firm connections.

Zipper, Button, Velcro Operability

Most wagons scored well in our zip, button, snap, and slide tests. These tests were limited in duration so we can comment on how well the pieces performed but not how well they will hold up over time.

Veer Cruiser
10
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
9
Anthem 4
9
Radio Flyer Discovery
9
Keenz 7S
9
Jeep Wrangler
9
Wonderfold W4 Elite
9
Baby Trend Expedition
8

Tires

The tires on the stroller wagons we tested were mostly constructed of EVA foam. The Anthem 4 has foam tires and a rubber tread. The Keenz and Evenflo also include some rubber.

While most stroller wagons claim some level of all-terrain capability, the standard wheels included are not wide enough to support that claim. For example, the Jeep Wrangler comes with 12 in diameter and 2 in width rear wheels. The true all-terrain wheels on their website are 4 in wide.

The Radio Flyer, Jeep, Anthem 4 and Veer all have 12 in diameter wheels. The widest standard wheels were 2.25 in found on the Evenflo and Wonderfold, however, those two wagons had smaller wheel diameters.

Rear Wheel Width

Evenflo Pivot Xplore
2.25 in
Wonderfold W4 Elite
2.25 in
Veer Cruiser
2.00 in
Anthem 4
2.00 in
Jeep Wrangler
2.00 in
Radio Flyer Discovery
1.90 in
Baby Trend Expedition
1.70 in
Keenz 7S
1.70 in

Rear Wheel Diameter

Anthem 4
12.0 in
Radio Flyer Discovery
12.0 in
Keenz 7S
12.0 in
Jeep Wrangler
12.0 in
Baby Trend Expedition
11.0 in
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
10.5 in
Wonderfold W4 Elite
9.5 in
Veer Cruiser
8.0 in

Safety

There is very little data specifically about the safety of stroller wagons. Strollers are the closest comparison.

76% of Stroller Injuries are from Falling Out

The most common injuries involving strollers occur when strollers tip over and when children fall from a stroller. 76% of stroller injuries in this study were from falls. One conclusion was “restraint use would prevent many stroller-related injuries.”

Stroller wagons have a wider, more stable wheelbase than many other types of strollers. This means they are less likely to tip over. However, unrestrained toddlers can still fall out.

Parents need to take care to restrain children properly while pushing and pulling wagons. When wagons are stationary and children are playing in and around them, close parental supervision is required.

Pinching and Cutting

Little fingers, hands, feet, arms and legs can get caught and pinched when stroller wagons are folded and unfolded. Keep children away when folding and securing wagons.

Brakes

Moving wagons can also be a safety hazard. You don’t want a runaway wagon with kids inside. Even a “parked” wagon without the brake engaged may roll and injure children who are getting in or out. It is always safest to engage the brake when your stroller wagon is parked.

We tested brake activation, brake release and brake effectiveness because an easy-to-use, fast-stopping brake system makes for a much safer wagon.

Brake Activation Rating

How easy is it to engage the brake? Did it hurt pushing on the brake with bare or sandaled feet?

Anthem 4
10
Baby Trend Expedition
10
Keenz 7S
10
Jeep Wrangler
9
Wonderfold W4 Elite
9
Radio Flyer Discovery
8
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
7
Veer Cruiser
5
Break pedal of the Veer Cruiser wagon shown in locked mode.
Veer Cruiser brake. Push down to activate, tap the white button to release.

Brake Release Rating

How difficult was it to release the brake? Did it hurt our bare or sandaled feet? We found that releasing brakes was more likely to scrape our feet than applying the breaks.

Veer Cruiser
10
Keenz 7S
10
Anthem 4
9
Radio Flyer Discovery
9
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
7
Baby Trend Expedition
7
Jeep Wrangler
7
Wonderfold W4 Elite
7

Brake Effectiveness Rating

How quickly did the stroller wagon stop when moving at a quick walk and loaded with 40 lbs in the front and in the back?

Anthem 4
10
Radio Flyer Discovery
10
Jeep Wrangler
9
Baby Trend Expedition
8
Veer Cruiser
7
Keenz 7S
7
Wonderfold W4 Elite
7
Evenflo Pivot Xplore
5

Not surprisingly, the wagons with larger wheel diameters and widths (greater tread surface area), had better braking effectiveness.

The Evenflo Pivot Xplore has independent brakes on each rear wheel. This made it harder to engage and less effective in quick stops. All of the other wagons we tested had a single brake pedal that engaged two wheels at the same time.

Stroller Wagons for Infants

The Jeep Wrangler and Baby Trend Expedition stroller wagons came with a car seat adapter included. The Evenflo, Anthem4, and Veer have adapters available to purchase separately. The Radio Flyer and Wonderfold stroller wagons do not have car seat adapters available. The adapters do not accommodate every car seat so you’ll need to check for compatibility.

The Keenz 7S and Radio Flyer Discovery list the minimum age for an infant as 1 year old. All of the other stroller wagons we tested specify 6 months for the minimum age.

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