Kimba KRUZE Kimba KRUZE comfort

Kimba KRUZE
Kimba KRUZE comfort
( sizes: 30, 34, 38, 42 )
User Guide ……………………….……. (EN)
…... READ USER GUIDE BEFORE USAGE !!
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Product Description
Product Overview
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front tube
seat tube – rear
backrest tube
backrest
rear cross
front cross
front wheel
rear wheel
rear brace
seat brace
wheel-lock lever
footplate bar
footplate
footplate height
adjustment lever
calf rest
spring button
transportation clip
accessory anchoring point
seat upholstery
armrest upholstery
tipping support
push handle
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TECHNICAL DATA
Technical
specification:
Backrest
height (mm)
Seat depth
(mm)
Seat width
(mm)
Seat to footrest (mm)
Backrest angle
Seat angle
Total length
(mm)
Total width
(mm)
Total height /
with handle
(mm)
Total weight
(kg)
Maximum load
(kg)
Folded buggy
length (mm)
Size 30
inch/lbs
Size 34
inch/lbs
Size 38
inch/lbs
Size 42
inch/lbs
530
20,9
670,0
26,4
860,0
33,9
860,0
33,9
270
10,6
320,0
12,6
350,0
13,8
350,0
13,8
300
11,8
340,0
13,4
380,0
15,0
420,0
16,5
240-370
9,5-14,6
280-450
11,0-17,7
290-470
11,4-18,5
330-500
13,0-19,7
106°-111°
17°
106°-111°
17°
110°-114°
22°
110°-114°
22°
110°-114°
21°
110°-114°
21°
108°-112°
19°
108°-112°
19°
980
38,6
1030,0
40,6
1150,0
45,3
1150,0
45,3
530
20,9
580,0
22,8
630,0
24,8
650,0
25,6
1010
39,8
1050,0
41,3
1100,0
43,3
1210,0
47,6
11,5
25lbs
12,5
27,5lbs
13,5
29,8lbs
14,5
32lbs
45
99lbs
55,0
121lbs
75,0
165lbs
75,0
165lbs
1170
46,1
1170,0
46,1
1200,0
47,2
1260,0
49,6
Folded buggy
width (mm)
320
12,6
320,0
12,6
350,0
13,8
370,0
14,6
Folded buggy
height (mm)
350
13,8
370,0
14,6
380,0
15,0
380,0
15,0
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1. Foreword
INFORMATION
► Please read this document carefully.
► Follow the safety instructions.
► Date of last update: 2013-10-11.
INFORMATION
► Please note that the instructions for use are revised regularly.
► For further questions about the instructions for use (user), please contact the qualified personnel who issued
the product to you.
You have purchased a high-quality product for use every day, at home and outdoors.
Please read these instructions for use before you start using the product. Familiarise yourself with the handling,
functions and use of the product before using it. Observe all safety information and instructions in order to prevent
the possibility of injury. Store these instructions for use in a safe place for future reference.
Please note the following in particular:
• Attendants (persons who operate and push the product) must be instructed in the use of the product by qualified
personnel.
• The product has been adapted to the needs of the user. Subsequent changes may be made only by qualified
personnel. We recommend checking the product settings regularly in order to assure optimal fit over the long
term. A fitting is required every six months for children in particular.
• If you have any questions or cannot solve a problem, despite reading these instructions for use, please contact
the qualified personnel who fitted the product or the service department (please see inside
front cover or back cover for addresses).
• The product may only be combined with the options listed here. The manufacturer assumes no liability for
combinations with third-party medical devices and/or accessories not included in the modular system. Please also
observe the information in the section "Liability".
• Service and repairs to the product may only be carried out by qualified personnel. If you have any problems,
please contact your specialist dealer. This ensures that any necessary repairs will be made exclusively with
authentic spare parts.
• The manufacturer assumes no liability for combinations with seating systems that have not been approved by
the manufacturer.
• The manufacturer reserves the right to make technical changes to the model described in these instructions for
use.
2 Product Description
2.1 Function
The rehab buggy is intended solely for transporting children with walking disabilities or who are unable to walk.
The rehab buggy has been approved for transporting only one user . It is operated by an attendant (conveyance by
another person).
The rehab buggy can be used indoors and outdoors. It is adjustable to provide an optimised, individual fitting.
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3.
Safety
3.1 Explanation of Warning Symbols
WARNING Warnings regarding possible risks of severe accident or injury.
CAUTION Warnings regarding possible risks of accident or injury.
NOTICE Warnings regarding possible technical damage.
3.2 General safety instructions
CAUTION
Lack of familiarisation with instructions for use
Injuries due to user error
► Read the instructions for use before using the product.
► Familiarise yourself with the handling, functions and use of the product before using it. You can compromise
the safety of the user if you do not follow these instructions.
3.3 Safety Instructions for Use
Hazards during preparation for use
WARNING
Independent modification of settings
Risk of tipping, falling or malposition
► Do not modify the settings established by the qualified personnel. Only the settings described in these
instructions for use may be adjusted independently.
► In case of problems with the settings (unsatisfactory seating position, front wheels wobble etc.) please contact
the qualified personnel who adjusted your product.
► Discuss all changes to the settings with the qualified personnel/therapist in advance in order to minimise
health hazards and avoid putting the therapy results at risk.
WARNING
Improper handling of packaging materials
Risk of suffocation
► Keep packaging materials away from children.
Hazards when boarding
CAUTION
Wheel lock not engaged when getting in/out
User may fall or tip over
► Before the user gets into the buggy or out of it, always engage and check the wheel lock.
► Engage the wheel locks to prevent the rehab buggy from moving on uneven ground or during transfers (e.g.
into a car).
Hazards while driving
WARNING
Danger from pushing too fast
User may fall or tip over
► The steering casters may begin to wobble at higher speeds and lead to an abrupt stop, causing the rehab
buggy to tip over at the front.
► Therefore, push the rehab buggy only at normal walking speed (see section"Use"). It is not permissible to let go
of the pushbar while pushing the buggy or to thrust it away from you.
WARNING
Impermissible use
Risk of user tipping, rolling over
► Using a rehab buggy beyond normal conditions may be dangerous.
► Please note that this product is not suitable for jogging, running, skating, etc.
► Do not exceed the maximum load capacity (see section "Technical Data").
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CAUTION
Unsupervised parking
Falling, the user may fall out
► Never leave the user unattended, even if the seat belts are fastened and the wheel locks are engaged.
CAUTION
Incorrect centre of gravity
Risk of user tipping, rolling over
► When reaching for objects, the user must not lean too far out of the seat.
► Always provide support to the rear when negotiating slopes and obstacles on slopes or ramps.
► Never park the product on slopes with the user in the seat.
CAUTION
Hanging heavy bags on the buggy may change the centre of gravity
User may tip or roll over
► Do not hang heavy bags or the like on the pushhandle.
CAUTION
Risky operation
The user may fall or tip over, and may cause accidents with other traffic participants
► Push slowly when crossing obstacles (e.g. steps, curbs) and negotiating uphill or downhill slopes and inclines.
► Never cross obstacles at an angle. Always approach obstacles head on (at an angle of 90°).
► Raise the front wheels before crossing obstacles.
► Avoid collisions with obstacles and dropping off curbs/ledges.
► Avoid driving cross-country.
Hazards when overcoming obstacles
WARNING
Negotiating stairs and obstacles
Risk of falling, tipping over
► Only negotiate stairs and obstacles with the help of additional attendants.
► Use available equipment (e.g. ramps or elevators).
► Never use escalators with a user in the product.
CAUTION
Improper lifting by attendants
User may fall or tip over
► Attendants may lift the buggy only by welded or permanently attached components. It is particularly dangerous
to lift the buggy by the footrest, push bar, lap bar, or armrests.
Hazard in case of damaged skin
CAUTION
Prolonged contact with broken skin
Redness and pressure marks
► Check before using the product that the skin is not broken in areas subject to prolonged pressure (e.g., buttocks,
back and rear side of the thighs).
► No liability is assumed for injuries caused by the use of the product with broken skin.
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Hazards due to fire, heat and cold
CAUTION
Seat cushion or backrest cover may ignite
User may sustain burns
► The seat cushion and backrest cover are not highly flammable, but there is a possibility they may catch fire.
Therefore utmost caution is required near open flame.
► Keep away from any sources of fire, especially burning cigarettes.
CAUTION
Extreme temperatures
Risk of hypothermia or burns on components, failure of components
► Do not expose the product to any extreme temperatures (e.g. direct sunlight, sauna, extreme cold).
Hazards due to improper use of the rehab buggy
CAUTION
Loss off stability due to improper loading
User may fall or tip over
► Please note that any additional load may have a negative impact on the stability of the rehab buggy.
► Do not hang heavy bags or the like on the push bar.
NOTICE
Overloading
Damage to the product through user error
► Do not exceed the maximum load capacity (see the section "Technical Data").
► Please note that all options and add-on components will reduce the remaining load capacity.
NOTICE
Use under incorrect environmental conditions
Risk of damage to the product
► Do not use the product in salt water.
► If possible, prevent sand or other dirt particles from coming into contact with the wheel bearings and locking
mechanism.
NOTICE
Impermissible loading when folded
Deformation, problems when unfolding
► Never place heavy objects on the folded rehab buggy.
3.4 Further Information
INFORMATION
Even in the event of compliance with all applicable guidelines and standards, alarm systems (e.g. in department
stores) may respond to your product. Should this happen, remove your product from the area where the alarm
was triggered.
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4. UNPACKING, UNFOLDING, FOLDING
( Check first, you received complete product including all accessories as ordered )
Unfolding the buggy:
1. Stand buggy on wheels (see PIC)
2. unlock transportation clip (see PIC),
3. lift the buggy on rear wheels (see PIC)
4. grasp one handle and push down on the opposite seat tube
(see PIC).
5. Press down firmly on seat tubes to ensure
the buggy is completely opened. (see PIC)
6. Use foot to lock the rear brace (see PIC)
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7. Use hand to lock the seat brace ( size 34,38,42 ) (see PIC) into a straight position.
Wrap the armrest padding around the armrests. Footrest set installation - go to further paragraph ―Accessories‖.
Folding the buggy:
Unfasten the snap fastener of armrest upholstery, unlock rear brace and seat brace ( size 34,38,42) by pushing up.
(see PIC)
Stay behind the buggy , grasp one handle and pull up
the opposite seat tube with other hand. (see PIC)
Locking for transportation: (see PIC)
To keep the buggy folded lock the transportation clip
It is not necessary to uninstall the footplate for folding the buggy. If you prefer to take off the footrest, please read
paragraph ―Accessories‖ - footrest uninstall.
5. OPERATING INSTRUCTION
Wheel lock:
Lock - pull the brake lever down to lock the wheel (see PIC*)
Unlock - pull the brake lever up to unlock the wheel
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Getting into the Buggy:
Ensure the wheel lock are engaged, to make access easier, the footplate can be taken off or flipped up; if possible,
place the back of the buggy against a wall or immovable object (alternatively, another helper may hold the buggy
steady); place child carefully into the buggy, fasten safety belt and fit the footrest. The child must always feel comfortable.
Getting out the Buggy:
Ensure the wheel lock are engaged; if possible, place the back of the buggy against a wall or immovable object
(alternatively, another helper may hold the pushchair steady); unfasten safety belt and lift the child carefully.
Negotiating the Curb or Single Step:
Down - take the rear wheels to the edge of the curb, hold the handles firmly, use the chassis tipping support (see
PIC) and tip the buggy slightly backwards, help by balance on the rear wheels, lower the buggy down the curb on
its rear wheels. Never tip the buggy forward at a curb.
Up - take the front wheels to the curb. With a firm grip on the handles, use the foot tipping support (see PIC) and
tip the buggy backwards and place the front wheels on top of the kerb. Position the front wheels at the curb top and
lift to the upper level.
Steps negotiating:
Make use of ramps and lifts when they are available. Where possible steps should be avoided.
If there is no alternative to negotiating steps then ensure at least one additional attendant is available to give assistance. Do not attempt to take the buggy up or down a flight of steps unless you and your helper are sure you have
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control of the buggy and can take the weight of its occupant. During this operation, the attendants must be well
balanced and have secure grip on the buggy. The attendants hands must be inside the handle straps at all times.
Take rests in regular intervals. Do not lift the buggy holding the footrest.
going down steps - position the buggy squarely with the front wheels on the top step, tilt the handle backward and
push the buggy forward until the rear wheels are at the top step; the additional attendants stands in front, steadies
and lowers the buggy by gripping the front frame; take the weight and lower the rear wheels down the step, continue step by step to the bottom.
going up steps - position the buggy squarely with the rear wheels against the bottom step, tilt the buggy backward
and raise to the next step; the additional attendants stands in front, steadies and lifts the buggy by gripping the front
frame; continue step by step to the top.
6. SIZE AND FUNCTION ADJUSTMENT
Headrest extension – when extra head support is needed is available as standard equipment in size 38, 42 and
optionally can be taken off
Seat reinforcement - you could increase or decrease the seat rigidity by adjustment of the seat reinforcement (see
PIC). Lengthen the belts of seat reinforcement to decrease the rigidity. Shorten the belts of seat reinforcement to
increase the rigidity. Never change the seat width by adjusting of the seat rigidity.
Seat angle adjustment - you can set 2 position of backrest angle by releasing and moving of the connecting screw
to second position. ( see PIC). If the second hole is occupied by transportation pin, exchange the positions.
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7. ACCESSORIES
Footrest - 1 piece foldable :
Install - put on the floor almost unfolded buggy with engaged wheel locks and release both safety levers (see
PIC1). Take the footrest, and slide both tubes into the both footrest attachments. Pull the safety and locking pin
(see PIC2) until you find the locking position.
Uninstall - put on the floor almost unfolded buggy with engaged wheel locks. Release both footrest safety levers,
pull safety and locking pin and pull out the footrests partly on one side and continue on second side by steps until
you take the footrest fully out.
Height adjustment - release both footrest safety levers and pull the safety and locking pin until you will find one
of the 6 possible desired position. Tighten both safety levers to secure the footrest in position.
Footrest - 2- Piece Flip-up :
Install - put on the floor unfolded buggy and release both safety levers .Take footrest one by one and slide them
into the footrest attachments. Pull the safety and locking pin ( see PIC*). until you find the locking position.
Uninstall - put on the floor braked buggy. Release both footrest safety levers, pull safety and locking pin and pull
out fully the footrest on one side. Take out also the second footrest
Height adjustment - release footrest safety levers , slide the footrest until you will find one of the 6 possible desired position. Tighten safety lever properly to secure the footrest in position.
Footplate depth and width adjustment - To move the footplate to desired postion , unscrew two plastic nuts from
underneath, reset the position and fasten two plastic nuts properly. Follow on the other side., if required.
Footplate angle correction - flip up the footplate, take of two plastic nut protectors , unfasten both bolt/nut+nut
assemblies, adjust the protruding length of the bolt (shorter = footplate angle decrease, longer = footplate angle
increase). Fasten both bolt/nut+nut assemblies, put on both nut protectors. Flip down the footplate.
PIC 1
PIC 2
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5-point positioning belt CLASSIC :
Install - release central buckle fasteners, connecting shoulder and lower straps. Loop both lower webbing ends to
anchoring points and fasten trough the plastic slip locks to secure its position (see PIC1).
PIC1
PIC2
Choose desired backrest belt-holes in backrest to set the proper position of the shoulders straps. Push the upper
webbing through the backrest belt-holes. Anchor the belt webbing with the plastic slip lock with labyrinth-like
fastening (see PIC2). Choose the hole in backrest to adjust the proper position of the shoulders straps. (see PIC3) .
The hole should be level with or higher than the top of the shoulders (the shoulders straps must be mounted through
backrest and backrest extension at once—size 38,42, when possible).
PIC3
Push the central buckle webbing , which is sewed on the crotch belt through the hole on the seat ( see PIC4), connect all fasteners of the plastic buckle. (see PIC4).
PIC4
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - release central buckle fasteners, place the child into the buggy. Adjust the length of all straps to
desired , comfortable size.
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5-point positioning belt COMFORT:
Install - release central buckle, Strip both main belt webbing from plastic slip locks and hip pads and shoulder pad
twins. Loop both lower webbing ends (with webbing loops) to anchoring points ( see PIC1). Push the central buckle webbing , which is sewed on the crotch belt through the hole on the seat ( see PIC2).
PIC1
PIC2
Choose desired backrest belt-holes in backrest to set the proper position of the shoulders straps. The hole should be
level with or higher than the top of the shoulders (the shoulders straps must be mounted through backrest and
backrest extension at once—size 38,42, when possible). Interlace the shoulder pad twins through the pair of desired
backrest belt-holes. (see PIC3). Assemble the right side webbing: push the webbing through the hip pad , central
buckle , one side of shoulder pad twins and backrest belt-holes ( see PIC4 to 6).
PIC3
PIC5
PIC4
PIC6
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Anchor the belt webbing with the plastic slip lock with labyrinth-like fastening (see PIC7).
PIC7
Assemble and lock the push-button central buckle. (see PIC8 and 9).
PIC8
PIC9
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - unlock central buckle, place the child into the buggy. Adjust requested size of the 5-point belt
by setting of correct length from behind of the backrest ( see PIC10). Adjust the length of all straps to desired ,
comfortable size. Fasten properly the plastic slip lock.
PIC10
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2 point positioning belt :
Install - release central buckle fasteners. Loop both lower webbing ends (with webbing loops) to anchoring points.
Anchor the belt webbing with the plastic slip lock with labyrinth-like fastening ( see PIC1 and PIC2). Connect
both fasteners of the plastic buckle. (see PIC3).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - release central buckle fasteners, place the child into the buggy. Pull both side D-rings to adjust
the length of straps to desired , comfortable size (see PIC4)
PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
PIC4
Headrest (pair):
Before headrest installing, install and adjust first the 5- point positioning belt.
Install:
The highest position: - pass the shorter lower belts with Velcro through top holes on backrest (see PIC1) and flip the
longer top belts with Velcro over backrest edge. (see PIC2). Secure the belts on the rear of the backrest by putting
the Velcro together (see PIC3).
The lowest position: - pass the shorter lower belts with Velcro through the holes on the backrest according your
height and the longer top belts with Velcro through the holes above the shorter belts. Secure the belts on the rear of
the backrest by putting the Velcro together.
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - It is necessary to set the headrest width before installing the headrest on the buggy backrest. To
set the size, on the lower belts of the padding first release snap buttons and put off the padding from the main belt.
Turn it by 180 degrees and assemble again. Fasten the padding by pressing the snap buttons on the lower belts.
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Headwings:
Before headwings installing, install and adjust first the 5- point positioning belt.
Install:
The highest position: - seat the child into the buggy and determine appropriate height of headwings, take the child
out of the buggy. Place headwings on the buggy in desired height and put longer Velcro through the ensued holes
on the backrest ( see PIC2) and turn the shorter Velcro over upper edge of the backrest. Fasten Velcro on the back
side ( see PIC3). Finally, secure headwings using side straps on the back side of the backrest by Velcro. ( see
PIC4).
Lower position - pass longer Velcro in desired height through the holes on the backrest, and put also shorter Velcro
through ensued holes. Fasten Velcro on the back side. Finally, secure headwings using side straps on the rear of the
backrest by Velcro (see PIC4).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
PIC4
PIC5
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Chest Harness:
Before installing the Chest Harness, install and adjust first the 5- point positioning belt.
Install - seat the child into the buggy and determine appropriate height of chest harness, take the child out of the
buggy. Place the chest harness on the buggy in desired height and secure it by three straps with plastic side release
buckles on the rear of the backrest ( see PIC2). Unfasten the front of the chest harness by open the Velrco ( see
PIC3), put the child in the buggy and fasten the chest harness by putting the Velcro together for a fixed and secure
position of user. (see PIC4).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
PIC4
Butterfly chest harness:
Install - choose desired backrest belt-holes in backrest to set the proper position of the shoulders straps (see PIC2).
Pass the upper belt through the backrest belt-holes. Anchor the belt webbing with the plastic slip lock with labyrinth-like fastening ( see PIC3). Loop both lower webbing ends to anchoring points (see PIC1) and fasten trough
the plastic slip locks to secure its position.
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - release buckles (PIC4), place the child into the buggy. Choose the hole in backrest to adjust the
proper position of the shoulders straps. (see PIC2) . The hole should be level with or higher than the top of the
shoulders (the shoulders straps must be mounted through backrest and backrest extension at once—size 38,42, when
possible). Adjust the length of all straps to desired , comfortable size.
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PIC1
PIC3
PIC2
PIC4
Full torso support vest:
Install - choose desired backrest belt-holes in backrest to set the proper position of the shoulders straps. Pass the
upper belt through the backrest belt-holes (see PIC2). Anchor the belt webbing with the plastic slip lock with labyrinth-like fastening (see PIC3). Release the buckle of the middle securing belt. Place it around the backrest tube and
fasten the buckle at the rear of the backrest (see PIC4 and 5). Loop both lower webbing ends to anchoring points
and fasten trough the plastic slip locks to secure its position (see PIC1)
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Size adjustment - Unzip the waistcoat, place the child into the buggy. Choose the hole in backrest to adjust the
proper position of the shoulders straps. (see PIC2) . The hole should be level with or higher than the top of the
shoulders (the shoulders straps must be mounted through backrest and backrest extension at once—size 38,42, when
possible). Adjust the length of all straps to desired , comfortable size.
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PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
PIC4
PIC5
PIC6
PIC7
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Abduction block:
Install - push the slip lock (sewed on the bottom part of the block) through the belt-hole placed on the seat base.
( see PIC1), and secure the block using the Velcro ( see PIC2).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
Foot positioners:
Install - put the lower straps through the footplate holes and fasten them underneath the footplate with the Velcro
( see PIC1). To fix the users ankles place them and put strap through metal clip around and secure it with Velcro.
( see PIC2). Make sure that the users legs are enough fixed, but not to much tighten. The user must always feel
comfortable.
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
Canopy and Sunshade:
Install - place and lock the canopy/sunshade brackets into both canopy attachments on the backrest frame ( see
PIC1). Fasten side parts of the canopy upholstery with plastic clips to the chassis ( see PIC2), or unzip them and put
side parts into the net pocket. The canopy can be adjusted by pushing to the canopy frame.
Uninstall - press the canopy/sunshad fittings release and pull the canopy out of the frame brackets.
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PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
Rain cover:
Rain cover must be used with the canopy!
Install - pull rain cover over the buggy, so the canopy, seat and also the footrest will be covered. The user must
always feel comfortable. Store always dry and clean!
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
Comfort seat cover:
Comfort seat cover must be attached first. All positioning accessories fitted through the slots of the backrest and
seat base must be fitted afterwards!
Install - Release the rear brace and fold the buggy slightly. Put the cover on the seat. Fasten the Velcro of the cover
at the rear top of the backrest ( see PIC1). Find the appropriate position (slot) of the middle fastening strap - it must
be consistent with the line between backrest and seat base. Fasten the cover middle fastening straps at the back of
backrest ( see PIC2). Flip the seat cover over the seat edge secure by the seat straps in the space between cover and
seat. ( see PIC3). Backrest height extension must be installed after the installation of the comfort seat cover ( sizes
38, 42). To attach optional accessories, cut a hole in the artificial leather band of the seat cover, if needed.
.Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
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PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
Legsmuff-summer:
Install - Attach the legsmuff upper part to pipes, which stretch the upholstery on the back side, using plastic
sleeves ( see PIC1) There are two straps on each side of the legsmuff, Fasten side straps using Velcro to chassis
pipes, there are two straps on each side ( see PIC2 and PIC3). Child must always feel comfortable.
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
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PIC3
Basket - fabric:
Maximum load of fabric basket is 6.6 lbs (3 kg)!
Install - secure the upper part of basket by straps with buttons from the outside on the front side of frame ( see
PIC2). Lower part of basket secure by straps with buttons on rear seat tube ( see PIC1).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
PIC3
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Comfort side protection
Install - attach upper part of the comfort side protection by velcro on backrest ( see PIC1), and around the armrest
frame from inside ( see PIC2).
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
Upper extremity support surface / tray
Install - seat the user into the buggy, place the tray on the legs. Attach it by adjustable straps with buckle under the
seat ( see PIC2), and behind the backrest ( see PIC3). Child must always feel comfortable.
Uninstall - follow chapter ―install‖, but in reverse sequence.
PIC1
PIC2
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PIC3
8. MAINTENANCE OF ACCESSORIES
In case accessories are damaged or in need of any repair, only the authorised dealer is allowed to repair or service it.
Only original replacement parts should be used on these accessories.
Make sure you are familiar with the operation of the accessories.
All accessories can be washed by hands.
Never clean with ammonia based, bleach based or spirit type cleaners.
After exposure to damp conditions leave in warm environment.
Store the accessories in a dry and safe place.
Manufacture / importer reserves the right to make design changes to any of their products without prior notice as a
part of their continuous development program.
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WARRANTY SHEET
Identification tag / Product type (write up):
Final inspection:
Name:
Signature:
Warranty conditions:
1. On this product is applied 24 months warranty from the date of sale. The warranty is applied for material and
manufacturing defects.
2. The product has to be used entirely for the purpose it is designed for and the instructions in the user guide must
be followed.
3. The product has to be properly used, maintained, cleaned and stored in accordance to the user guide instructions.
4. Do not pull down the identification tag. It has to be readable and undamaged for the whole warranty period.
5. The warranty case has to be claimed by the seller, where the product was bought. Properly filled ―Warranty
sheet‖ and the proof of purchase must be declared by the warranty application. Every defect should be claimed
immediately
6. The claim procedure can be started when the device is delivered complete, in original packaging, carefully
packed and secured against damage. The owner is committed to deliver the device clean in accordance to the
general hygienic measures. The basic maintenance and cleaning cannot be expected or even required when
claimed.
7. The warranty does not cover: failures caused by the overloading of the products, accident, forced damage, unauthorized changes made on the product and/or its accessories, natural wear and tear of parts, especially upholstery
dirt and damage, wear of plastic parts, brakes, tyre profile and tyre puncture, etc.
8. The warranty is terminated whenever the following conditions arise: the user fails to follow the instruction mentioned in this user guide and manufacturer’s storage and maintenance suggested procedures, or whenever the
product is serviced by any other party except of authorised service centres, or when the identification label is not
sticked on the buggy and also in the warranty sheet.
9. The warranty period cannot be interchanged with using period, that means for the lifetime period when correct
use and maintenance of the product in accordance to the user guide are fulfilled .
10.The producer nor the importer is not liable for any loses and injuries caused by manipulation and usage of the
product in conflict with the ―User Guide‖ instructions.
Manufactured by:
Bohemia a.s., Ceskolipska 3419, CZ-27601 Melnik, Czech Republic,
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