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Britax b ready stroller

  1. 1. Britax B-Ready Stroller
  2. 2. Britax B-Ready Stroller
  3. 3. Product Features Click and go integrated infant car seat adapter works with Britax infant car seats and bassinet, also compatible with other major carrier brands, when used with Britax infant car seat adapter kit (sold separately) Converts to in-line double stroller to accommodate multiple seat and infant car seat configurations Reversible top seat with 3 recline positions Large under seat storage accessible from all sides Large canopy with sun-visor and ventilation window
  4. 4. Product Details Product Dimensions: 40.8 x 26.5 x 45 inches ; 26 pounds Shipping Weight: 36 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S. Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply. ASIN: B003OBYTI6 UPC: 652182061944 Item model number: U281773 Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,265 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  5. 5. The B-READY sytem helps you adapt to the changingneeds of your growing family.
  6. 6. Product DescriptionThe new B-READY stroller from BRITAX is a versatile,modular stroller that can convert from a travelsystem to a single or in-line double stroller. With 14different configurations the B-READY stroller isadaptable to fit your needs. Featuring a reversibletop seat with a weight capacity of 55 lbs, the B-READY introduces an industry first: a non-rethread,adjustable, 5-point harness system. An extra largecanopy, 3-position recline, adjustable leg rest, andfull suspension will ensure the travelling comfort oflittle ones. As an in-line tandem stroller, the secondseat is certainly not an afterthought. With 4 reclinepositions, the second seat is appropriate from birthto 35 lbs. Perhaps most impressive is the fact thatthe second seat does not need to be removed to fold
  7. 7. the stroller. A single step locks and unlocks both rearwheels. Caregivers will further appreciate theadjustable handle height and over-sized storagebasket that is accessible from all four sides. A drinkholder, rain cover, and CHAPERONE CLICK GO infantcar seat adapters are included. Features Benefits:CLICK GO integrated infant car seat adapter workswith BRITAX infant car seats and bassinet. Alsocompatible with other major carrier brands** whenused with BRITAX infant car seat adapter kit (soldseparately) Converts to in-line double stroller*** toaccommodate multiple seat and infant car seatconfigurations Reversible top seat with 3 reclinepositions Large under seat storage accessible from allsides Large canopy with sun-visor and ventilationwindow Simple fold with automatic chassis lock
  8. 8. Adjustable handle height with comfort grip No re-thread, adjustable, 5-point harness and head padOne-step, linked parking brake with indicator Comfortride 4-point suspension Removable storage bag withinsulated drink holders Included accessories: Adultcup-holder Rain Cover CLICK GO BRITAX CHAPERONEinfant car seat adapters For use with children at least6 months old , u.
  9. 9. Most Helpful Customer ReviewsBy S. NgColor Name:BlackSome differences with Uppababy Vs. Britax B-Ready:WHEELS - Vista wins. Vista had better wheels. Vistahad tread and were more grippery tire like feel. B-Ready had smooth plastic feel to them. I can see thatthey would get all scratched up easily. B-Ready alsohad fenders on them which seem to add to bulk.Comparing closely it almost appear one could putVistas wheels to B-Ready. Its that similar!HANDLE - B-Ready wins. Handle on B-Ready wasnicer than Vista. It pivoted instead of telescoping(which was what the Vista does). The center was hada grip that was molded for one-handed steering.
  10. 10. The arms and wrist seem more comfortable(rested more parallel like on a keyboard). My wifeat 52 found the Vista handle too high and wishedit could adjust lower.FOLDING - Vista wins (barely). Comparing thetwo, the wife like the Vista (it did take severalattempts for wife to get the feel for it, as did I !Once figured out it was ok).B-Ready required twohands as well but you sort of have to use yourstomach so that you could pull the levers towardyou and have it collapse. I found it easy if youhave larger hands you can pull down the leverseasier but since my wife is 52, her hands aresmaller and sort of used her stomach a bit. Withtime, I think she could avoid using her stomach.
  11. 11. She would just hold the bar and use her fingers topull down. We also found that you had to straightenout the B-Readys handle so that when you fold it, itwould stand properly stand up and you could lock thefolding clasp.DEFINITELY TRY FOLDING IT YOURSELF IN THESTORE! (just to add an another stroller, the BabyJogger City Select has really easy folding capability!).Both stands up when folded although you have toconsciously stand it up. The sales person alwaysseems to fold it and let it flop to the ground. I doubtone would do that outside.Note on second seat folding - The folding of the B-Ready allows the second seat to be on but it was verybulky (and heavy at a total of 35 lbs) and the canopyof the second seat would get dirty. Its better to justremove the seat.
  12. 12. CONFIGURATIONS - B-Ready wins. B-Ready has 14configurations vs. Vistas 3 configurations. Mostnotably are: B-Ready has ability to use two infantcarriers at the same time. You can also place infantcarrier in the rear (Vista you cannot. You can only putit in the front). B-Ready can use the bassinet with thesecond seat. Vista cannot use bassinet with rear seat.After all this, I am still having problems deciding. Forme, it comes down to Vistas 0 degree position but nofull recline in rear seat Vs. B-Readys full recline rearseat but lack of 0 degree position.› See all 161 customer reviews