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BOB Gear Revolution Instruction manual
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BOB Trailers, Inc. (800) 893-2447 www.bobgear.com
13501 South Ridge Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
REVOLUTION STROLLER
SE, CE and STROLLER STRIDES
ENGLISH
Owner’s Instruction Manual
TAKE TIME
READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE
INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY!
Before attempting to assemble or use your
new stroller, read and understand these
assembly and use instructions completely,
as well as the warnings at the beginning
and throughout this document, to ensure
proper assembly and operation.
If you are unclear on any point, contact
your dealer or BOB before use.
For a list of dealers, visit www.bobgear.com
or call (800) 893-2447.
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WARNINGS
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS AND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS COULD
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
• Please save owner’s manual for future
use and reference.
• For safe operation, all users must
read and understand instructions and
warnings completely before use.
• Never leave child unattended in the
stroller. Always keep child in view while
in stroller.
• Avoid serious injury from falling or
sliding out. Always use seat harness.
• Never allow occupant to stand in
stroller. Stroller can tip over.
• Always use wrist strap to prevent being
separated from stroller.
• Do not attach parcels or bags to the
handlebar or frame of stroller except
those recommended by BOB, as
stroller can become unstable and tip
over.
• Do not place sharp objects in the seat
back pocket. Leaning against sharp
objects in seat back pocket can result
in injury to occupant.
• When starting out and during use,
always make sure the child’s hands and
feet are away from wheels.
• Do not use stroller on stairs or steep
inclines. Stroller can tip over.
• Never use with low tire pressure or
deflated tires as this could result in loss
of control.
• Never pull stroller backward up
stairs. Doing so could damage the
suspension system, leading to frame
failure.
• Use extreme caution when using
stroller on uneven and/or unpaved,
wet or slick surfaces, as these
conditions create additional hazards
and can lead to a loss of stability.
• Do not modify the stroller or any
labels. Doing so voids the warranty
and could lead to a dangerous
condition.
• Protect stroller when transporting or
shipping to prevent damage to stroller
and stroller components. Check
closely for damage after transporting
or shipping.
• Discontinue using stroller if damaged
or if any parts are missing.
• Do not wear roller skates or inline
skates while pushing stroller.
• Care must be taken when folding and
unfolding the stroller to prevent finger
entrapment or injury.
• To avoid injuries, never fold or unfold
stroller with other individuals within
reach of stroller.
• The stroller is not equipped for use in
low light or after dark.
• Failure to properly assemble or
install the quick release wheels on
this stroller may result in the wheels
becoming detached while moving and
a subsequent loss of control.
• Never jog with the stroller in walk
mode because doing so could result in
loss of control.
• The parking brake is not designed as
a stopping brake. The brake should
not be used to slow or stop the stroller
because doing so could cause the
stroller to stop abruptly, resulting in
loss of control.
• Do not park on inclines. The parking
brake is intended to park the stroller
on flat surfaces only. Parking on
inclines may result in tip over or
runaway stroller.
• Never leave child in the stroller
unattended with or without the parking
brake set.
• Never load or unload the stroller
without the parking brake set.
• The maximum weight capacity of the
stroller is 70 lbs (32 kg) (occupant plus
luggage weight). Maximum occupant
height is 44 inches or (112 cm). Do not
exceed the maximum weight or height,
as stroller will become unstable.
• Always jog with the stroller seat in the
fully upright position. Jogging with the
seat in reclined positions may result in
a loss of stability.
• When seat is fully reclined, backward
tip over is more likely.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS
Page 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 3
STROLLER ANATOMY
Page 4
AGE RECOMMENDATIONS
Page 5
STROLLER ASSEMBLY
Page 5
Unpack Stroller
Page 5
Wheels
Page 5
Adjust Quick Release
Page 6
Rear Wheel Installation
Page 6
Removing Rear Wheel
Page 7
Front Wheel Secondary Retention Devices
Page 8
Front Wheel Installation
Page 8
Removing Front Wheel
Page 9
Unfold Stroller
Page 10
Fold Stroller
Page 10
STROLLER ADJUSTMENTS
Page 11
Choose Walk or Jog Mode
Page 11
Check Tire Pressure
Page 11
Adjust Tracking
Page 12
Fine Tune Tracking
Page 12
Select Shock Setting
Page 13
Setting Parking Brake
Page 13
Secure Child In Seat
Page 14
Attach Wrist Strap
Page 15
Recline Seat
Page 15
Position Canopy
Page 16
Accessory Adapter
Page 16
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Page 17
STORAGE
Page 17
CARGO
Page 17
STROLLER ACCESSORIES
Page 17
LIMITED WARRANTY
Page 18
BOB IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURY, DEATH, DAMAGE OR FAILURE THAT
RESULTS FROM OWNER’S FAULTY ASSEMBLY, USE OR MAINTENANCE.
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STROLLER ANATOMY
REVOLUTION STROLLER SE, CE and STROLLER STRIDES
Handlebar
Canopy
Handlebar
Release Lever
Seat Harness
Shock Release
Knob
Swivel Knob
Swing Arm
Tracking Knob
Quick Release
Lever
Low Boy
Cargo Basket
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations on your purchase
of the BOB® Revolution® SE,
Revolution CE or Stroller Strides®®
Fitness Stroller.
For updates to this manual,
warranty and other recent product
notifications, please visit www.
bobgear.com periodically or any
time before making approved
changes or adding approved
equipment to your stroller.
BOB recommends that you
register your stroller at www.
bobgear.com/register. This will
allow us to notify you directly if
there are any updates concerning
the use of the stroller.
Wrist Strap
Seat Back Pocket
Frame Release
Handle
Parking Brake
Quick Release
Lever
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AGE RECOMMENDATIONS
BOB recommends that your child
should be at least 8 weeks old before
riding in a BOB stroller without a
BOB Infant Car Seat Adapter and
compatible infant car seat. Please
note that babies incapable of holding
their head up must have additional
head and neck support to ride safely
and comfortably. For jogging or offroad stroller use, children should be
at least 8 months old.
With the addition of the BOB Infant
Car Seat Adapter and compatible
infant car seat, newborns may be
able to ride in the stroller. Children
develop at different rates. Prior
to first use, consult with your
pediatrician regarding suitability of
stroller use with your child.
Please refer to the below table for
age/use guidelines:
RECOMMENDED
USE
AGE
Infant Car Seat
Adapter (Walk Only)
0 - 8 Weeks
See BOB Infant Car Seat Adapter Manual
for maximum occupant weight.
Walk Only
8 Weeks - 8 Months
Jogging/Off-Road
8 Months - 5 Years
STROLLER ASSEMBLY
UNPACK STROLLER
Remove stroller and wheels from
box. Front wheel is stowed in folded
stroller.
Remove all
packaging materials and discard to
avoid choking and suffocation
hazards.
WHEELS
Before attempting to install wheels,
read and understand warnings and
instructions completely.
Using your stroller
with an improperly adjusted wheel
quick release can allow the wheel
to vibrate, wobble or become
detached from the stroller. This can
result in serious injury or death.
Accordingly, it is critical that you:
•
Ask your dealer to instruct you
on the proper technique for
safely installing and removing
your wheels.
•
Understand and use the proper
method for securely clamping
a wheel to the stroller using a
quick release.
•
Check to make sure the wheels
are securely clamped before
each use of the stroller.
The wheel quick release is a cam
device that supplies the clamping
force required to hold the stroller
wheel securely in place. To safely
secure a wheel to the stroller, it is
critical that you understand how
the quick release works, how to
use and adjust it properly and the
amount of force necessary to safely
secure the wheel.
The quick release is
a cam device and must be used
correctly to supply the necessary
clamping force to safely hold the
wheel in place. It is not a wing nut
system and turning the lever while
holding the tension adjusting nut
does not supply the required force
to safely clamp the wheel in the
dropouts.
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ADJUST QUICK RELEASE
The rear wheels are correctly
clamped in place by the force
generated when the quick release
lever is closed and the cam action
pulls the axle against the dropout,
securing it in place.
The front wheel is correctly clamped
in place by the force generated when
the quick release lever is closed
and the cam action pulls the lever
housing against one dropout, and
pulls the adjusting nut against the
other dropout, clamping the hub
between the dropouts.
The tension adjusting nut sets
the amount of clamping force.
Turning the tension adjusting nut
in the clockwise direction while
preventing the quick release lever
from rotating, increases the amount
of clamping force. Alternatively,
turning the tension adjusting nut
counterclockwise, while preventing
the quick release lever from rotating,
reduces the amount of clamping
force. The tension adjusting nut only
needs minor adjustments to provide
the correct clamping force, less than
a half turn can mean the difference
between safe and unsafe clamping
force.
REAR WHEEL INSTALLATION
1. Unlock Parking Brake
Prior to installing the rear wheels,
position the parking brake in the
unlocked position.
2. Rotate Quick Release Lever
Rotate the quick release lever so it
curves away from the dropout.
Tension Adjusting Nut
Quick Release
Lever
3. Insert Rear Wheel Stub Axle
Insert the rear wheel’s stub axle into
the hole in the rear dropout. If the
axle does not slide in easily, loosen
the quick release tension adjusting
nut by hand. Re-insert the axle fully
into the rear dropout until the axle
shoulder or snap ring on the axle
comes in contact with the dropout.
Stub Axle
Dropout
4. Adjust Quick Release Cam Lever
To adjust the quick release, hold the
quick release cam lever in the FULLY
OPEN position with your right hand,
and tighten the tension adjusting nut
with your left hand until it is finger
tight against the dropout.
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To TIGHTEN tension adjusting nut,
turn clockwise.
FULLY CLOSED
If the quick release lever cannot
be rotated to the FULLY CLOSED
position, rotate the lever to the
FULLY OPEN position and turn the
tension adjusting nut a quarter
turn counterclockwise. Repeat the
closing process.
To LOOSEN tension adjusting nut,
turn counterclockwise.
To properly close the quick release
and secure the rear wheel in the
dropouts, confirm the axle is fully
inserted in the dropout, while
maintaining the wheel in this
position, rotate the quick release
toward stroller and into the FULLY
CLOSED position.
When properly closed, the curve of
the quick release will be pointing
toward the dropout and angled
slightly toward the center of the
stroller. To generate enough
clamping force it is necessary to wrap
your fingers around the dropout
while closing the quick release lever.
The proper force required to close
the quick release lever should leave
a visible imprint in the palm of your
hand.
FULLY CLOSED
REMOVING REAR WHEEL
1. Unlock Parking Brake
Prior to removing the rear wheels,
position the parking brake in the
unlocked position.
2. Open Quick Release Lever
Move the wheel’s quick release lever
from the locked or FULLY CLOSED
position to the FULLY OPEN position.
FULLY CLOSED
It takes
considerable force to securely
clamp the wheel. If you are able to
completely close the quick release
without wrapping your fingers
around the dropout and the quick
release lever does not leave a
visible imprint in the palm of your
hand, the tension is not adequate.
Rotate the lever to the FULLY
OPEN position and turn the
tension adjusting nut a quarter
turn clockwise and repeat the
closing process.
FULLY OPEN
3. Remove Wheel
Raise the wheel a few inches off the
ground and pull the wheel out of the
dropout.
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FRONT WHEEL SECONDARY
RETENTION DEVICES
FRONT WHEEL INSTALLATION
1. Rotate Quick Release Lever
Rotate quick release lever so that it
curves away from the wheel. This
places it in the FULLY OPEN position.
Quick Release Lever
FULLY OPEN
FULLY CLOSED
O P EN
Your stroller fork utilizes secondary
wheel retention devices designed to
help keep the wheel from
disengaging from the fork if the quick
release is incorrectly adjusted and
tightened. The wheel can still remain
loose and wobbly even with the
secondary retention device working if
the quick release has not been
properly tightened and adjusted. The
secondary retention devices are
backup systems and are not intended
as a substitute for a properly
adjusted quick release. The
secondary retention devices on your
stroller are the integral type that are
formed into the outer faces of the
fork dropouts.
Secondary retention devices are
not a substitute for correct quick
release adjustment and tightening.
Using your stroller with an
improperly adjusted and tightened
wheel quick release can allow
the wheel to vibrate, wobble or
become detached from the stroller.
This can result in serious injury or
death.
Dropouts
(Secondary Retention Devices)
It is critical that you
do not remove or disable the
secondary retention devices. The
secondary retention devices serve
as a backup for a critical
adjustment. The secondary
retention devices can reduce the
risk of the wheel disengaging from
the fork if the quick release is not
adjusted and tightened correctly.
Removing or disabling the
secondary retention devices will
void the warranty.
2. Insert Front Wheel
When facing the front of the stroller,
insert the wheel between the fork
dropouts so that the axle firmly contacts the top of the slots of the fork
dropouts.
Dropout
3. Adjust Quick Release Lever
To adjust the quick release, hold
the quick release cam lever in the
FULLY OPEN position with your right
hand as shown. Tighten the tension
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adjusting nut with your left hand
until it is finger tight against the fork
dropout.
Tension Adjusting Nut
Quick Release Lever
4. Close Quick Release Lever
To properly close the quick release
and secure the front wheel in
the dropouts, confirm the axle is
contacting the top of the dropouts
on both sides and the wheel is
centered left to right. Fork Blade
quick release lever does not leave
a visible imprint in the palm of your
hand, the tension is not adequate.
Rotate the lever to the FULLY
OPEN position and turn the
tension adjusting nut a quarter
turn clockwise and repeat the
closing process.
If the quick release lever cannot
be rotated to the FULLY CLOSED
position, rotate the lever to the
FULLY OPEN position and turn the
tension adjusting nut a quarter
turn counterclockwise. Repeat the
closing process.
REMOVING FRONT WHEEL
FULLY CLOSED
FULLY OPEN
Dropouts
While maintaining the wheel in this
position, rotate the quick release
upward and into the FULLY CLOSED
position. When properly closed,
the curve of the quick release will
be pointing toward the wheel
and parallel to the fork blade. To
generate enough clamping force
it is necessary to wrap your fingers
around the fork blade while closing
the quick release lever. The proper
force required to close the quick
release lever should leave a visible
imprint in the palm of your hand.
1. Open Quick Release Lever
Move the wheel’s quick release lever
from the locked or FULLY CLOSED
position to the FULLY OPEN position.
Your front fork has integral secondary
retention devices that require loosening the tension adjusting nut enough
to allow removal of the wheel.
2. Remove Front Wheel
Raise the front wheel a few inches off
the ground and tap the top of the
wheel with the palm of your hand to
knock the wheel out of the front fork.
It takes
considerable force to securely
clamp the wheel. If you are able to
completely close the quick release
without wrapping your fingers
around the fork blade and the
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UNFOLD STROLLER
Care must be taken
when folding and unfolding the
stroller to prevent finger
entrapment or injury.
SNAP
To avoid injuries,
never fold or unfold stroller with
other individuals within reach of
stroller.
1. Lift Red Frame Release Handle
Keep tires on ground as stroller swing
arm begins to swing open.
FOLD STROLLER
1. Lock Parking Brake
Set parking brake in locked position.
2. Remove Child From Seat
3. Empty Stroller
Remove contents from low boy cargo
basket and pockets.
NOTE: Stroller swing arm will swing
open and “snap” into an open and
locked position.
4. Rotate Handlebar
Squeeze both handlebar release
levers simultaneously. Rotate
handlebar forward onto seat.
SNAP
2. Rotate Handlebar
Lift handlebar up and back until it
“snaps” into locked and upright
position.
5. Lift Red Frame Release Handle
Using a short, quick tug, lift red frame
release handle up. Keep tires on
ground as stroller collapses toward
front wheel.
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STROLLER ADJUSTMENTS
CHOOSE WALK OR JOG MODE
If front fork is in “JOG MODE” front
fork will be locked and the front fork/
wheel will not swivel left or right as it
does in “WALK MODE”.
Never jog with the
stroller in walk mode. Doing so
could result in loss of control and
serious injury.
WALK MODE (Walking)
6. Lay Stroller Flat
Slide swivel knob up and to the left.
Fork will now rotate 360 degrees.
NOTE: Stroller is shipped with front
wheel in walk mode.
JOG MODE (Jogging/Off-Road)
7. Secure Folded Stroller
Use wrist strap buckle to secure
stroller in folded position.
Slide swivel knob upward and to the
right. Knob will slide into downward
position. Rotate fork/wheel until it
“snaps” into forward position.
WALK MODE
JOG MODE
Handlebar
SNAP
CHECK TIRE PRESSURE
8. Make It Smaller
Take off the front and rear wheels to
make it even smaller. See Removing
Rear Wheel and Removing Front
Wheel sections.
Plastic wheels are rated to a
maximum tire inflation pressure of
30 pounds per square inch (psi).
The maximum inflation pressure is
embossed on the wheel next to the
valve stem.
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Inflating tires above
30 psi can damage the wheel and/
or tire resulting in loss of control
and injury.
Aluminum wheels can have the tires
inflated to the pressure embossed on
the tire. However, we recommend 30
psi for a comfortable ride.
Inflating tires above
the maximum inflation pressure
embossed on the tire can damage
rim and or tire resulting in loss of
control and injury.
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5. Align Rear Wheel Axles
Align stroller so rear wheel axles are
perpendicular to a straight line.
6. Test Alignment
Push stroller straight forward and
release to see if stroller veers right or
left. Repeat push test several times.
ADJUST TRACKING
If stroller pulls left or right when the
front wheel is in jog mode and
stroller is on flat terrain, adjust
tracking as outlined in the following
steps.
Do not roll test
with a child or any occupant in the
stroller.
1. Empty Stroller
Remove contents from low boy cargo
basket and pockets.
2. Check Tire Pressure
If stroller consistently pulls to left or
right, proceed to Fine Tune Tracking.
FINE TUNE TRACKING
If Stroller Pulls LEFT
If your stroller pulls LEFT, turn
tracking knob counterclockwise up to
one half turn.
3. Set Stroller to Jog Mode
Slide swivel knob to right. Knob will
slide into downward position. Rotate
fork/wheel until it “snaps” into
forward position. See Choose Walk
or Jog Mode section.
4. Place Stroller On Level Ground
Find a stretch of level ground about
16 feet long.
Tracking Knob
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If Stroller Pulls RIGHT
If your stroller pulls RIGHT, turn
tracking knob clockwise up to one
half turn.
Position 1: Child 40 pounds or less
40 lbs
SNAP
Position 2: Child 41 to 70 pounds
70 lbs
Tracking Knob
REPEAT roll test and adjust as
needed until stroller rolls straight.
SELECT SHOCK SETTING
1. Remove Child From Seat
2. Set Shock Setting To Position 2
Depress shock release knob and
simultaneously pull toward back of
stroller, sliding knob into position 2.
Knob will “snap” into place when in
correct position.
REPEAT on opposite side.
SNAP
41 lbs
NOTE: Every time stroller is folded,
stroller shocks default to 40 lb position.
SETTING PARKING BRAKE
The parking brake prevents the
stroller from moving while loading
and unloading. The parking brake is
not designed as a stopping brake.
The parking brake
is not designed as a stopping
brake. The brake should not be
used to slow or stop the stroller
because doing so could cause the
stroller to stop abruptly, resulting
in loss of control.
Do not park on
inclines. The parking brake is
intended to park the stroller on flat
surfaces only. Parking on inclines
may result in tip over or runaway
stroller.
To set the parking brake, press the
brake bar down into the locked
position with your foot on the red
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foot pedal – making sure the locking
pin fully engages the locking disk.
LOCKED POSITION
To ensure the brake is set properly,
attempt to roll the stroller fore and
aft after setting the brake. If the
stroller will not roll, the brake is set
properly.
To release the parking brake, lift up
on the red foot pedal with your foot
until the brake bar springs up into
the fully unlocked position.
1. Set Parking Brake
Rotate parking brake bar down into
locked position.
NOTE: Rear wheels should not rotate
when parking brake is set.
2. Place Child In Seat
Slip one shoulder strap over each
shoulder. Position crotch strap
between legs.
Shoulder Strap
UNLOCKED POSITION
Crotch Strap
3. Fasten Shoulder Straps
Insert both shoulder strap buckles
into crotch strap buckle.
SECURE CHILD IN SEAT
The maximum
weight capacity of the stroller is 70
lbs (32 kg) (occupant plus luggage
weight). Maximum occupant height
is 44 inches or (112 cm). Do not
exceed the maximum weight or
height, as stroller will become
unstable.
Avoid serious injury
from falling or sliding out. Always
use seat harness.
NOTE: Crotch strap should be
adjusted to have a snug fit.
Crotch Strap Buckle
4. Adjust Shoulder Strap Height
Adjust height of shoulder strap to fit
just above child shoulder height.
Never leave your
child in the stroller unattended
with or without the parking brake
set.
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5. Adjust Shoulder Straps
Open Velcro pads. Slide buckle up or
down to adjust straps. Seat harness
should fit snug and be comfortable.
6. Tighten Lap Straps
Adjust lap straps to fit snug and be
comfortable.
Secure Wrist Strap
Slip loop of strap securely onto wrist.
RECLINE SEAT
Set parking brake
before making any seat
adjustments.
Lap Strap
1. Recline Seat
Pull up on seat recline buckle to
loosen recline straps.
ATTACH WRIST STRAP
Seat Recline
Buckle
The wrist strap is designed to help
prevent the stroller from rolling away
should you lose your grip on the
stroller. When using the stroller, make
sure the strap is securely looped over
your wrist.
Failure to attach
wrist strap can result in damage or
injury.
Seat Recline
Strap
2. Return To Upright Position
To raise seat, lift seat back with one
hand and pull recline strap down with
other hand.
REPEAT on opposite side.
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2. Retract Canopy
Push canopy toward handlebar.
When seat is fully
reclined, backward tip over is more
likely to occur and may result in an
accident or injury, as seat and/or
passenger may contact ground
before handlebar.
ACCESSORY ADAPTER
This BOB stroller is equipped with
an accessory adapter providing
easy attachment for BOB Stroller
accessories like the Snack Tray or
Infant Car Seat Adapter.
Always jog with the
stroller seat in the fully upright
position. Jogging with the seat in
reclined positions may result in a
loss of stability and injury.
POSITION CANOPY
1. Extend Canopy
Rotate canopy away from
handlebar for additional shade.
Attaching BOB accessories is simple
and easy with this push button, lock
and release design. The accessory
adapter also allows for many
accessories to remain attached when
the stroller is folded. See Stroller
Accessories section of this manual
for more information on all available
accessories.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Check tire pressure
before every use.
CLEANING
The fabric has a stain resistant
treatment that makes most cleanups
easy. Use a sponge with a solution of
mild soap and cold water (maximum
temperature of 100 deg. F / 38 deg.
C). Rinse thoroughly with clean water
to remove soap then air dry. Do not
use detergent.
REGULAR INSPECTIONS
We recommend inspecting your
stroller before every use. Verify
tire pressure. Verify all screws,
attachment points and fasteners are
tight. Check all wheels to be sure
they are securely clamped. Check for
tears or excessive wear in the fabric.
We recommend you take your stroller
to a designated BOB dealer for
periodic inspection and service.
STORAGE
It is best to store your stroller indoors
when it is not in use. This will prolong
its attractive appearance. Extended
exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays
can fade and damage the fabric,
tires, and plastic parts.
CARGO
The stroller is equipped with two
small seat pockets for your child, a
seat back pocket and a low boy cargo
basket under the stroller.
Adding weight to
the seat back changes the center
of gravity of the stroller, and
increases the possibility that it will
tip over backwards, resulting in
injury. For this reason, loads in the
seat back pocket should never
exceed two pounds (1 kg) and
maximum weight capacity for low
boy cargo basket is 10 lbs (4.5 kg).
Although the seat back is padded, it
is important to remember that this is
what your child leans against.
Do not place sharp
objects in the seat back pocket.
Leaning against sharp objects in
the seat back pocket can result in
injury to occupant.
STROLLER ACCESSORIES
BOB offers a complete line of
accessories for your Revolution
stroller. Visit our website for full
details.
HANDLEBAR CONSOLE
Place snacks, water and cell phone
conveniently at your fingertips. The
Handlebar Console attaches easily
and securely. Includes two water
bottle holders and a storage pocket.
WARM FUZZY
Add warmth and comfort to your
child’s stroll. The Warm Fuzzy is a
padded fleece seat liner that inserts
into any BOB Stroller seat.
WEATHER SHIELD
The Weather Shield’s water resistant
design helps to protect your child
from rain and wind while still allowing
a view of the world.
INFANT CAR SEAT ADAPTER
The BOB Infant Car Seat Adapter
allows you to easily attach leading
infant car seat models to a BOB
Stroller utilizing the BOB Accessory
Adapter feature. Folds with stroller.
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SUN SHIELD
The Sun Shield’s specially designed
mesh screen reduces the sun’s
harmful ultraviolet UVA/UVB rays and
helps to provide a barrier to wind
and flying insects.
DIAPER BAG
Clips directly to all BOB single and
Duallie® strollers. Shoulder strap,
changing pad and removable
waterproof insert included.
SNACK TRAY
The Snack Tray easily inserts into
any BOB Stroller utilizing the BOB
Accessory Adapter feature, placing
snacks and sippy cups at your child’s
fingertips. Folds with stroller.
LIMITED WARRANTY
BOB Trailers Inc. takes pride in
its workmanship and strives to
manufacture the best products
possible. Therefore, we warranty our
strollers against defects in material
and workmanship for the periods
and parts set forth below, subject to
the conditions listed below. Since
no product is indestructible, it does
not cover defects attributable to or
resulting from normal wear, abuse or
alteration.
FRAME AND COMPONENTS
The frame is warranted for five
years. Components and fabric are
warranted for one year. Warranty is
only valid for the original purchaser.
Proof of purchase is required to
exercise this warranty. Labor and
freight charges are not included.
NORMAL WEAR
Normal wear, corrosion, neglect,
abuse, accidents, improper assembly
or maintenance, or the installation of
parts or accessories not compatible
with the original intended use of the
stroller, as sold, are not covered by
this warranty. Tires and tubes are not
covered under the limited warranty.
WARRANTY CLAIMS
Warranty claims must be made
through an authorized dealer.
This warranty is limited to the repair
or replacement of the defective part.
BOB shall in no event be responsible
for consequential or special
damages.
This limited warranty is the only
express or implied warranty
applicable to BOB. Any implied
warranties, including warranties of
merchantability and fitness shall
be limited in scope and duration in
accordance with this limited warranty.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Visit www.bobgear.com/register to
register your stroller.
SERIAL NUMBER
Open the stroller. From the back of
stroller, look on the inside of the right
swing arm.
MODEL:
XXXXXXXXXX
OR: 0000000000
MFG: DATE XXXX-XX-XX
XXXXXXXX
Serial Number
Serial Number - Warranty Void if Removed
Copyright © 2010 BOB Trailers, Inc.
BOB TRAILERS, Inc.
(800) 893-2447
www.bobgear.com
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