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Britax 2014 B-Agile Stroller, Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Suitable from birth to 55 pounds
  • One hand quick fold design
  • 3 wheel design provides improved steering and maneuverability
  • No re-thread, adjustable, 5-point harness and head pad with reflective binding
  • Infinite seat recline positions
  • No rethread, adjustable, 5-point harness and head pad with reflective binding
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight22 pounds
Product Dimensions38.2 x 22.8 x 40.5 inches
OriginChina
UPC652182713409
Item model numberU451835
Target genderUnisex
Maximum weight recommendation55 Pounds
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
  
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Best Sellers Rank #32,224 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22.2 pounds
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Product Description

The B AGILE Stroller from BRITAX is a lightweight, compact stroller featuring a one hand, quick fold design with on/off chassis lock. Designed to be an on the go travel system using the BRITAX CLICK and GO system, the B AGILE stroller accepts the BRITAX CHAPERONE and B SAFE Infant Car Seats without having to purchase additional adapters. The B AGILE is also compatible with other major manufacturer's infant car seats when used with the BRITAX infant car seat adapter (sold separately). The padded, supportive seat features a 5 point harness system with head pad that is adjustable without having to rethread or unhook any straps. With a weight capacity of 55 pounds and an infinite recline, the B AGILE is suitable from birth. The extra large canopy with a mesh ventilation window allows you to see your child and, and your child to see you. The comfort ride suspension ensures a smooth ride, and the swivel front wheel improves maneuverability. A single step locks both rear wheels simultaneously. Caregivers will further appreciate the padded handle, large under seat storage and the convenient zippered pocket on the back of the seat. The BRITAX CLICK and GO infant car seat receivers are included.

Customer Reviews

The folding and unfolding is very easy.
Niko
Overall it is great stroller and I am happy with the purchase (gift).
Amie
Absolutely love this stroller and so does my 6 month old.
Charmaine Rodrigues

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 12, 2014
I've had this stroller for 2 years now (in Black) and I still love it as much as the day I got it. Britax has the safest, best car seats so this was the logical choice for us. And the price, for the quality, is excellent. A lot of strollers made by other companies have a lot of plastic on them, gray or beige plastic that will look awful later. The legs and supports of this stroller are metal, which will hold up much better. I also recommend going with black vs. a color. Strollers get filthy and black hides everything.

Other PROS:
* The bar between the back wheels curves up. This is HUGE. It is so annoying to be walking behind a stroller and kick the bar between the back wheels all day long. You never pay attention to this when you're testing driving a stroller in the aisle of a store but it's the absolute first thing to bug you when you get it out in the real world.
* The canopy. It's gigantic and awesome. (And love that you can get a UV/bug cover and a rain cover to go over this stroller)
* The steering and suspension. It's smooth and so easy and has not diminished over time. When my daughter was in her car seat I could easily maneuver the stroller with one hand. Now that she's 30lbs that's a little more difficult but it is still so easy to push.
* Getting the car seat in and out. This couldn't be easier.
* Folding the stroller is very easy to do one handed. It's not meant to be an umbrella stroller so of course it won't fold up that small but it's very flat and you don't have to adjust the seat, tray etc in order to get it to collapse. I've seen people complain the handle bar hits the ground when you pull up on the strap...this is so easily remedied. When you go to collapse the stroller not only should you pull up but LIFT up at the same time.
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52 of 65 people found the following review helpful By paytsar on April 22, 2014
I bought this stroller a year ago. I live on the third floor of a building, and initially thought it's a great product because it was extremely easy to fold with one hand, and was very lightweight to carry up and down the stairs with a child. My daughter was happy to sleep in it during our long walks, and I was happy since it was very easy to maneuver, and I couldn't imagine how I "survived" with my older kid riding a 4-wheel stroller. Fast forward 5 months, when my daughter didn't want to simply lay in it, but rather seat up and enjoy the surroundings. This stroller completely lacks the back support for sitting position, my daughter's back was arched all the time (because the back of the stroller is made of a crappy, cardboard-like material) and you cannot increase the inclination above 50 degrees. Plus, the back harness slides down easily, with one side more than the other, so my daughter is constantly squeezed in one size of the stroller, and I have to adjust her position all the time, and give up after some time, flatten the back and MAKE my daughter lay in while I run to get home ASAP so that she doesn't start screaming from boredom.

Then came winter, we didn't go out in the stroller much, and whenever we did, she was sleeping in it, so it was fine. UNTIL recently, with the coming of spring, when we go out for supposedly nice walks. With the stroller I had also bought a tray (although I hated the idea of buying everything separately when most other strollers have it as a bundle).
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amie on May 6, 2014
We received this as a shower gift about 2.5 years ago and overall am satisfied with the product. I feel that it is a good balance of price and features. The Pros can be found most places - Lightweight, easy fold, great if you have a Britax car seat, etc.

However after 2 years of moderate use, here are a few things that are now apparent to me now and why I am now in the market for a new stroller.

1) The fabric shows stains, all stains. We have red and I am sure if you get the black it would be much better. But our stroller now looks beat to heck.
2) It is unnecessarily large. I can practically fit in it, size wise, but it doesn't have the weight capacity for larger children. I put a 6 year old in it once and there was visible strain on the stroller and wheels. It is long and I have tagged many people in the ankles with it. And even with it being so large, the basket is painfully small.
3) The wheels suck. The tread is bare and I don't try to off road it, or am particularly hard on it, or use it to jog more than once a month. To continue using it much longer, I would have to purchase new wheels, but they are not offered.
4) The non-upright seating is really a problem. Toddlers want to sit forward and see. I ended up keeping his arms out of the 5 pt harness (making it a 3 pt harness) and that helps, but it isn't great.

Overall it is great stroller and I am happy with the purchase (gift). And I would probably have been happy with this one if we were only using it for one child. We now have a 2nd child on the way and am looking for a new stroller, not because I need a double, but because I don't think this one will last for the next 2-4 years that we need it. With that said all my other friends that purchased top of the line strollers have purchased other strollers - umbrella, jogging, etc for their one child because they needed additional features. I haven't because the B-Agile does it all fairly well.
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