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The B-Agile 3 Stroller from Britax is a lightweight, compact stroller featuring a one-hand, quick-fold design with an automatic chassis lock. Designed to be an on-the-go travel system using the Britax CLICK & GO system, the B-Agile stroller accepts the Britax Chaperone, B-Safe , B-Safe 35, and B-Safe 35 Elite Infant Car Seats without having to purchase additional adapters. The B-Agile 3 is also compatible with other major manufacturers 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 & GO infant car seat receivers are included.
Suitable from birth to 55 lbs
One hand quick fold design
CLICK & GO integrated adapter system works with Britax infant car seats. Also compatible with other major infant car seat brands when used with Britax infant car seat adapter (sold separately).
Light weight aluminum frame (16.5 lbs total weight)
Included accessories: CLICK & GO Britax infant car seat receivers
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Shippable to Quebec:
Car Seat Compatible
Yes - With Adapter (Sold Separately)
Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support,Cargo Basket
Britax B-Agile 3 Stroller - Black is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Not worth the money!My husband and I decided to purchase the Britax B-Agile travel system for our first child after reading the glowing reviews. I honestly don't know how it has a 4.5 star review, as we have found it very difficult to maneuver. The wheels seem to have a mind of their own, it takes quite a bit of force to turn the stroller and I find my wrists are sore after using it. All in all we both agree it isn't worth the price or the effort to simply push it around the mall.
Date published: 2016-01-30
Rated 4 out of
Good StrollerStroller is very light and is very compact. Easy to store. The stroller is meant for smooth surfaces. The basket is pretty small.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 1 out of
Regret buying thisI'm a first time mom and did a lot of research before purchasing a stroller. I saw good reviews on this one and purchased it but here I am, 8 months after having my baby and I regret it. The stroller pulls to the right, all of the time. I'm constantly leaning to one side, trying to keep the stroller level. We put oil on the tires, and tried everything to get it to align, and it keep pulling to the side. The basket at the bottom is far too small, and it's so close to the bottom of the seat, so I can never put the diaper bag at the bottom. When I go to the grocery store, I can only fit 1-2 bags, where when I am with my sister in law who has a City Select, she can fit 5-6 bags in her stroller. The handle is covered in a foam material as opposed to solid plastic, and it's all torn up from everyday use. It's so incomfortable to my hands and the stroller just looks so ruined with tears all over. I purchased all of the bells and whistles with this stroller (tray, basket/cup holder), and all together it was around $75 in add ons for items I feel should have been included. Now that my daughter is older and no longer in the car seat attachment, she is too small for the seat. She leans to one side, and there isn't a proper headrest. She seems so uncomfortable and the seat is never fully upright. The way to bring the seats up and down is awful and often jolts my daughter while she is asleep. All in all if I could go back I would invest an extra $100-200 and get another stroller.