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ABC Adventure Buggy Company Everest Model Single/Twin Pram
ABC Adventure Buggy Company
Everest Model Single/Twin Pram
Instructions for Correct Use
Read these instructions carefully before use and keep for future
reference.
Your child’s safety may be affected if you do not follow these
instructions.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Never leave your child unattended
WARNING: Avoid serious injury from falling or
sliding out by using the harness at all times. Always
use the crotch strap in combination with the waist belt
WARNING: A CHILDS SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
WARNING: FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: DO NOT CARRY EXTRA CHILDREN OR BAGS ON THIS PRAM
WARNING: MAKE SURE CHILDREN ARE CLEAR OF ANY MOVING PARTS
WHEN ADJUSTING THIS STROLLER/PRAM, OTHERWISE THEY MAY BE
SERIOUSLY INJURED.
For all models, the seat is suitable for newborn up to 4 years old (maximum of 35kg/77lb).
For use with a newborn (0-6 months) the seat should be reclined fully. It is recommended
that a newborn headrest or similar is used for babies 0-3 months.
Overloading, incorrect folding and the non-approved accessories may damage or break
this stroller. This stroller is designed for one child in each seat.
WARNING: Any load attached to the handle affects the stability of the stroller.
To prevent the stroller from becoming unstable, do not place parcels or accessory items
anywhere except in the storage basket and pockets provided.
Maximum seat loading capacity for Twin Buggy is 35kg per seat - Single Buggy is 45kg.
Maximum loading for the storage basket is 5kgs.
Maximum loading for the pocket is 300gms (i.e. small items such as keys, wallets etc.)
Excessive weight may cause a hazardous unstable condition to exist. Do not use near an
open fire or exposed flame.
Cover the stroller if exposed to direct sunlight through glass to avoid any fading to fabric.
REMOVE PLASTIC WRAPPINGS AND DISCARD TO AVOID CHILD FROM SUFFOCATING
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
ATTACHING THE WHEELS
Rear Wheels: Depress the spring button-springs on the axles of the two rear wheels and push
into the openings situated at the end of the buggy frame (when folded these are situated at the
front of the buggy beside the footplate). When the wheel has been firmly placed the button-spring
will spring back preventing the wheel from involuntarily pulling away the frame.
Note: If a spring-button should stick, exert light pressure and it will “pop” up.
Front swivel wheel – the same process as for the rear wheels. However, before inserting front
wheel, withdraw the tri-knob and rotate the locking pin vertically so that it rests on the boss of the
locking chamber.
Insert the front wheel shaft into the opening at the front of the buggy, rotating the shaft as you
push and the wheel will become secure into position.
Important:
Check that all the spring buttons located on the 3/4 wheels are “popped”
out before using your buggy
FIXING THE SWIVEL FRONT WHEELS
Align the front wheel so that it sits directly under the footplate and is pointing directly ahead.
Rotate the black tri-knob at the front swivel chamber so that the pin locks into the notch which
secures the swivel wheel.
ASSEMBLING THE BUGGY INTO AN UPRIGHT POSITION
Simply lift the buggy by the handle and pull the rear frame backwards. You may need to use your
foot to assist with pulling the frame back. The frame will lock automatically with an audible “click”.
The rear wheels and frame will fall into position without manual assistance.
SAFETY LOCKING DEVICES (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY)
The Everest Twin buggy has 2 sliding braces, which operate on either side of the buggy. The
Everest Twin buggy has 3 locking devices;
1) When the buggy is opened out into the working position, the Buggy’s locking device on the
RHS and LHS lock automatically.
2) The secondary lock is situated at the rear of the automatic lock, on the right hand side (RHS)
of the buggy (standing behind the buggy). To securely activate the lock, push the lock down into
place, fitting over the rear of the sliding brace lock, so that the brace cannot move backwards.
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ASSEMBLING THE BUMPER/SAFETY BAR
1) Pivot the padded Safety bar into the horizontal position so that the bar is sitting in front of the
harnessed child.
2) Secure the padded Safety bar into position by connecting the buckles of the flap which folds
over and around the centre of the bar, between the child’s legs.
WARNING: Ensure your child is harnessed in at all times. Do not use the safety bar as a
safety mechanism to substitute for the 5-point safety harness.
FOLDING THE BUGGY
Standing in front of the Buggy, reach around the two chrome sliding arms (that joins the
frame sections) and pull out the two small black tri-knobs simultaneously. When both triknobs are released simply start to push the Buggy away from you. Move your hands to the
top of the frame and continue folding until fully collapsed.
Warning:
Once the tri-knobs are released and the Buggy has begun to fold, move hands well away
to prevent any injury occurring.
Place your hands at the top of the main frame before folding the frame completely.
To prevent possible injuries always keep your children clear when folding your Buggy.
STROLLER ADJUSTMENTS
TO FASTEN, ADJUST AND RELEASE SAFETY HARNESS
The Everest Twin buggy provides a 5-point safety harness for each child;
1) To fasten the waist strap push both buckle ends into the crotch buckle.
2) Clip the shoulder straps to the centre buckle
3) Adjust the sliding buckles so that the harness straps are a firm fit
4) To release press the centre buckle.
Remember to adjust the shoulder and waist straps as your child grows.
Baby mattresses used with this product should conform to BS 1877
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APPLYING THE BRAKE
Apply upward pressure with your foot to the brake lever, situated at the rear of the buggy and
located between the rear wheels. The brake will apply firm pressure to the rear wheels and
secure immediate immobility of the buggy.
DISENGAGING THE BRAKE
Apply downward pressure with your foot to disengage the brake lever, so that the brake
returns to the disengaged position, away from the mobile action of the wheels.
BRAKE WARNING:
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY NEAR THE BUGGY BRAKE
PUT ON THE BRAKE WHENEVER YOU PARK THE STROLLER/PRAM
ENSURE THE BRAKE IS ON WHEN LOADING AND UNLOADING CHILDREN
When applying your brake keep children well clear of the buggy because injury could
occur. DO NOT use stroller if brakes are not functioning. Always wear appropriate
footwear when applying or disengaging the brake.
USEFUL INFORMATION
ADJUSTING THE HANDLE HEIGHT
The telescoping handle can be adjusted to various heights with the assistance of two
securing bolts situated under the top of the buggy frame;
1) Apply the brakes.
2) Slide the handle to your desired height and tighten both tri-knobs.
3) Do not over-tighten the securing bolts.
BABY SEAT ANGLE
The Everest seat back can be reclined to any point between upright and fully reclined
position.
1) To adjust and recline the sling simply pull on the buckles at the rear of the baby sling, to
permit the webbing straps to slide through and recline the seat.
2) To adjust and incline the sling apply even force, pull on both the webbing straps, and the
seat will incline into the upright/toddler sitting position.
DETACHING THE BABY SLING/SEATS
The Everest baby seat/sling is provided fully installed. It is not recommended that you remove
the baby sling/seat from the Buggy frame. Please refer to fabric care and maintenance.
For vital replacement of fabric;
1) Unfasten all domes securing fabric to buggy frame.
2) Remove 4 screws securing webbing straps at rear of baby seat/sling to Buggy frame.
3) Only replace with parts supplied and approved by the manufacturer/distributor.
SUNHOOD AND SAFETY BAR
The sunhood is secured into position by screwing the large tri-knobs into either side of the
buggy.
This prevents the sunhood from involuntarily folding back when in use.
NOTE: Do not over tighten.
Loosen tri-knobs when folding your sunhood and/or the Safety bar back against the top of the
buggy frame.
REMOVING SUNHOOD AND SAFETY BAR
Unscrew the backing nuts on the inside of the buggy frame, opposing the entry point of the
large Tri-knobs. Unscrew the bolts, and remove.
The Sunhood and safety bar can be lifted away and removed.
WARNING: We do not recommend that these items are removed for the safe function
of the buggy.
RAINCOVER
The Rain cover fits over the sun hood when folded out into the extended position. The Rain
cover has Velcro straps on both sides at the rear of the Rain cover. The Velcro straps wrap
around the extending handle and secure onto the opposing part of the Velcro. Dome the Rain
cover to the front of the footplate.
Important:
The rain cover is shower proof only – we recommend using your Rain cover for only
short intervals in heavy rain.
RAINCOVER WARNING: Do not leave rain cover on stroller in warm conditions. Check
baby’s comfort frequently when using Rain cover.
SUNMESH
The Sunmesh connects to the Sunhood by zips on both fabric parts.
Dome Sunmesh to the front of the footplate. The Sunmesh has a 65% ultra violet shade
factor.
WARNING: Do not use the Sunmesh as the only protection for your child from the sun.
Protective clothing should also be worn and the appropriate sunshield applied.
LEG WARMER AND SNUG WINDOW
1) Dome the front of the Leg warmer to the footplate.
2) Connect either side of the Leg warmer to the dome fastener on the outside of the Safety
bar padded flap.
3) The Snug window connects to the Sunhood by zips on both fabric/PVC parts.
4) The Snug window connects to the Top of the Leg warmer on both fabric/PVC parts.
SNUG WINDOW WARNING: Do not leave Snug window and Leg warmer on stroller in
warm conditions.
Check baby’s comfort frequently when using Leg warmer and snug window
combination.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF STROLLER
BUGGY CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF FRAME
There are three steps to cleaning your powder coated buggy and chrome frame parts.
1) Remove loose deposits with a wet sponge rather than risk micro scratching the surface by
dry dusting.
2) Using a soft brush and a mild detergent in warm water, clean the powder coating and
chrome to remove any dust, salt water and residue or other deposits.
3) Always rinse thoroughly with fresh water to remove any remaining detergents.
WARNING:
The use of harsh solvents may damage the powder coating on the frame.
Methylated spirits is exclusively recommended for removing stubborn stains on the
buggy frame only.
ROUTINE BUGGY INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
The chrome working parts of the stroller, including: axles, nuts and bolts can become stiff and
squeaky over time. This usually occurs from the accumulation of air-borne salt deposits,
atmospheric pollution, general dirt, grime and ultra violet light.
Follow the instructions shown above for “three step” cleaning.
After cleaning the chrome parts, spray a light coating of CRC/Silicone spray or equivalent
onto the affected area.
WARNING: Cover and protect buggy fabric while performing frame maintenance.
FABRIC CARE
1) To keep the fabric looking fresh and new it should be washed occasionally before
substances such as dirt and grime are allowed to accumulate and become embedded in the
fabric.
2) Spills should be mopped up immediately as they occur.
3) Brush off any loose dirt then clean with a mild solution of natural liquid soap or sunlight
soap in tepid water.
4) Rinse thoroughly to remove soap.
WARNING: Do not use detergents. Do not Machine wash. Allow to air dry naturally –
DO NOT place in a dryer.
TYRE MAINTENANCE
Maximum recommended inflation pressure is 30 P.S.I. Tyre/tube size: 12.5 x 2.25. (62-203).
CAUTION: Care must be taken with the stroller’s tyres and inner tubes. Keep tyres inflated to
recommended tyre pressure to ensure effective operation of the brake, and reduce
unnecessary tyre wear. There is no cover under the warranty for damage done to tyres and
tyre tubes due to wear and tear.
PUNCTURES AND REPLACEMENT OF TYRES
Occasional wheel punctures and worn-out tyres are a potential hazard of pneumatic wheels.
Replacements are available from local Bike shops.
SWIVEL WHEEL LUBRICATION
The Swivel wheel requires regular lubrication with “Dry Lube”. This is a wax-like
crayon substance that is readily available from all good automotive part retailers such
as Auto Barn and Super Cheap Auto.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
This warranty covers – Defects in workmanship and materials for one year from date of
purchase. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase.
The distributor undertakes to repair or at their option, replace any part, which is found to be
defective within the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover;
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Pick up, delivery or service calls.
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Temporary replacement, while stroller is being repaired or assessed.
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Damage to tyres, tubes and handle bar grips.
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Instruction or assistance with wheel assembly or set up of stroller
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Corrosion or fabric damage, if stroller has been used or stored in extreme
environmental conditions i.e. high humidity, salt spray.
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Deterioration due to lack of maintenance and cleaning as specified in manufacturers
Instructions.
•
Normal wear and tear or damage to the product caused by accident, misuse or act of
nature.
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Repairs when product has been dismantled repaired, modified or serviced by other
than Distributor.
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Repairs when stroller has not been used for normal use and in accordance with
manufacturers instructions.
If the product falls within the Warranty period;
Contact Australian Distributor, we will instruct you on what action is to be taken for your ABC
Buggy to be repaired. Please phone during office hours, Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm.
Video Demonstration;
To help with the initial set up and correct fitting of the ABC Toddler Seats, please view the
Demonstration Videos
Reclining Toddler Seat Instructions for Correct Use
Read these instructions carefully before use and keep for future
reference.
Your child’s safety may be affected if you do not follow these
instructions.
CORRECT INSTALLATION FOR THE ABC RECLINING/NEWBORN
TODDLER SEAT ONTO THE ABC TWIN ADVENTURE BUGGY
CAUTION: MAXIMUM WEIGHT CAPACITY;
RECLINING TODDLER SEAT 25kg
CAUTION: The Reclining Newborn/Toddler Seat (R-T/S)
adaptor bar is required to rest against the top of the buggy
frame for correct balance and stability. The R-T/S must be
positioned directly over the buggies rear wheels.
CAUTION: The ABC 4 Wheel Stability Kit must be used on the Single ABC
Buggy when adding the attachment of the ABC Toddler Seats.
REMOVE THE HANDLE BAR FROM THE BUGGY
1) Unclip the top press-studs on the canopy and top of buggy sling / seat.
2) First apply the brake. Then loosen the tri-knobs at the base of the handle bar, pull
the handle out to the end and two springs will spring into position. Depress the spring
buttons on the side of the frame one at a time and also pulling the handle each side as
you go.
3) Remove the handle bar from the buggy frame.
INSTALLING THE ADAPTOR BAR ONTO THE EXTENDIBLE HANDLE
1) With the Adaptor bar prongs for toddler seat facing you, enter the extendible
handle bar into the tube brackets of the Adaptor Bar.
2) Slide the handle through the Adaptor bar tube openings (note: you will have to
depress the safety buttons on the handle to complete the process).
RETURN THE HANDLE/ADAPTOR BAR ONTO THE BUGGY
1) Ensure your sun canopy is out stretched into the sun protection position.
2) Slide the Adaptor bar half way up the handle.
3) With the Adaptor Bar now installed on to the extendible handle, return the
handle/Adaptor Bar combination to the buggy.
4) Ensure the safety buttons have clicked into the safety holes of the buggy frame
(which is the fully extended position of the handle).
5) Attach the R-T/S to the Adaptor Bar, depressing the spring lock buttons on the
Adaptor Bar to allow the R-T/S to sit at the base of the adaptor bar prongs.
6) IMPORTANT: Slide the Adaptor Bar down the handle so that the Adaptor bars
tube brackets are flush with the TOP of the buggy frame.
NOTE: The Adaptor Bar is required to rest against the top of the buggy frame
for correct balance and stability. The R-T/S must be positioned directly over the
buggies rear wheels.
7) Tighten the tri-knob screws under the handle bar to secure the handle into place.
Please click on this link to view Demonstration Videos
To remove the seat - simply reverse the above instructions for installing.
PLACING YOUR CHILD INTO THE RECLINING NEWBORN/TODDLER
SEAT
1) Apply the brake of the buggy.
2) Un-dome the front crotch “tongue” and raise the safety bar slightly to permit your
infants legs to pass under.
3) Place your child fully in the seat.
4) Ensure the crotch “tongue” is re-domed over the safety bar.
5) Apply and adjust the 5-point safety harness, ensuring your toddler is adequately
and safely restrained.
NEVER, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES LEAVE YOUR
CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN THE BUGGY.
“TO CARE, YOU HAVE TO BE THERE!!”
IF YOU MUST LEAVE THE BUGGY UNATTENDED –
FIRST REMOVE YOUR CHILD FROM THE R-T/S.
KERB CAUTION: Extreme care is necessary when moving from the pavement, down
a kerb and onto the road.
CAUTION: THE TODDLER SEAT IS NOT TO BE USED FOR JOGGING
IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES - WALKING PACE ONLY
EXTREME CAUTION IS ADVISED AT ALL TIMES WHEN USING THIS
PRODUCT
Australian Distributor
Brand Style
PO Box 194
St Kilda
Victoria 3182
Ph: 1300 992 354
Email: info@brandstyle.com.au
Web: www.brandstyle.com.au
Manufacturer
68A Cambridge Street South
Levin
New Zealand
PH: (0064) 63684837
Email: abcbuggy@xtra.co.nz
Web: www.adventurebuggycompany.com
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