Instruction manual
CARE AND MAINTENANCE cont.
• Rubber tyres can leave marks on some surfaces. The tyres can react
with some surfaces (vinyl floor coverings, carpets etc.) and cause stains.
Always stand the stroller on a protective surface indoors.
• Routinely clean the metal parts with a damp cloth & then dry
immediately.
• Fabrics should be cleaned using lukewarm water and a mild washing
detergent. Do not wash in the washing machine.
Instruction manual
WARRANTY
Babystyle UK Ltd provides a warranty in support of the retailer from whom
you purchased this product. The warranty is effective for 6 months from
the date of purchase for the original purchaser/owner. Proof of purchase
will (at the discretion of Babystyle UK Ltd) be required in order for your
retailer to claim on the warranty. The warranty excludes any fault caused
by misuse, damage or neglect. It is the user’s responsibility to undertake
routine inspection and maintenance of the vehicle in order to avoid
damage to the vehicle and/or injury to the child. The vehicle is returned
to the retailer at the owners’ expense in order to ascertain if a claim under
the warranty is justified. Please carefully read the instructions on how to
look after your stroller. This does not affect your statutory rights.
www.babystyle.co.uk
Babystyle UK Limited
36 Charles Street
Sileby
Leicestershire
LE12 7RJ
UNITED KINGDOM
This instruction manual © Babystyle UK Limited 2006
All rights reserved. LUX S3D
0950/110806
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IMPORTANT – KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Please read these instructions carefully before using your new
Pram / Travel system / Pushchair. Keep this manual in a safe
place for future reference.
CONTENTS
Important Safety Information ……………………… ………………….… 3
Primary features ……………………………………………………..…….... 4
Opening the chassis ……………………………………………………….. 4
Fitting the rear wheels ……………………………………………….….…. 4
Connecting the linked brake bar …… ……………………………….…. 5
PRAM BODY SIT-UP BOARD
The pram body is equipped with a sit-up board. The sit-up board is for
use as a backrest when your child is ready to sit up. The sit-up board can
be erected/reclined to three positions or folded into the sleeping position.
To erect the sit-up board lift the top of the sit-up board and locate the
support bar (at the back of the sit-up board) in the desired position. The
support bar locates in the plastic housings on the inside base of the pram
body. To recline the sit-up board; release the support bar and recline the
sit-up board backrest.
Fitting the front wheels …………………...………………………………. 5
Operating the swivel wheels …………………………………….……….. 5
Folding the chassis …..……………………………………………….……. 5
Adjusting the handle height ………………………………………………..5
Using the brake …………….. ………………………………………….…... 5
Fitting the pram body ………….……………………………………….……6
FITTING THE SEAT UNIT APRON
To fit the apron place the bottom elasticated part of the apron over and
underneath the footrest and lay the top part of the apron over the bumper
bar, fasten the press-studs on the apron to the corresponding press-studs
on the hood. To remove; release the press-studs with care and take the
apron away.
Removing the pram body ………..…………………………….……………6
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Fitting the seat unit facing backwards ….……..………………........….. 7
Fitting the seat unit facing forwards ………………………………….…. 7
Fitting the seat unit to the chassis ...……………….…………...…..…... 8
Removing the seat unit from the chassis….……………………………. 8
Fitting the Britax car seat & adaptor …………………….………..…..…. 8
Correct position for the car seat adaptor ……………………………….. 9
Using the safety harness ……………………………………………..…..…9
Fitting & Removing the hood …………………………………………..…..9
Adjusting the footrest ………………………………………………..….….10
Fitting the bed extension ……………………………………..……..….….10
Adjusting the seat backrest …………………………………………….….10
Pram body sit-up board ……………….……………………………….……11
Fitting the apron ……………………………………………………….……..11
Care and maintenance ………………………………………………......11/12
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• Regularly check screws, rivets, bolts & fastenings to ensure they are
locked tight and secure. Replace any parts in an inferior condition.
Should you intend to use the pushchair during the winter, by the sea or
off-road; it is important to clean thoroughly & dry the vehicle after use.
Salt from the ocean or from roads will corrode metal parts if not removed
after use.
• Check on a regular basis that all chassis locking devices are working
correctly.
• If any part of the pushchair is damaged contact your local Babystyle
retailer immediately without using the pushchair.
• Do not expose your pushchair to excessive sunlight for extensive
periods of time.
• Take care not to tear the fabrics while transporting the pushchair.
• Petroleum jelly is suitable to use as a lubricant for moving parts.
• Ensure that zips are either fully open or fully closed or they may be
damaged.
• Always use the rain cover in inclement weather.
• Do not place items on the hood/canopy, it may damage the vehicle
and/or render it unsafe.
Warranty ………………………………………………..………….……....…..12
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ADJUSTING THE FOOTREST
To adjust the footrest, press the button at the top of the footrest and lift or
lower the footrest to the desired position.
Picture 6
FITTING THE BED EXTENSION
To attach the bed extension, remove the front bar, set the footrest to the
horizontal position (see adjusting the footrest) and push the bed
extension brackets into the plastic housing until it clicks. To remove the
bed extension, depress the plastic latched at the bottom of the bracket
and pull upwards simultaneously.
Picture 7
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
1.
WARNING: A child’s safety is your responsibility
2.
WARNING: Children should never be left unattended in this vehicle.
3.
It is important that any person intending to use this vehicle fully understands the
instructions.
4.
WARNING: Children should be harnessed in this vehicle at all times. Use the five
point harness that is provided or one that complies with BS 6684. Make sure the
harness is securely fastened to the “D-rings” situated on the integral harness either
side of the seat. Adjust the harness to its correct position with the use of the
adjustable straps.
5.
WARNING: Children should always be kept clear of moving parts while making
adjustments to the vehicle.
6.
Never overload the vehicle; the weight limit for the shopping tray is 3 kg. Always
place articles in the centre of the tray provided. Any load attached to the handle
will adversely affect the stability of the vehicle.
7.
WARNING: Incorrect assembly, folding or use of this vehicle may cause damage
and affect the safety of the vehicle.
8.
It may be unsafe to use accessories (e.g. child seats, bag-hooks, rain covers etc.)
other than those approved by the manufacturer.
9.
WARNING: Never leave the vehicle without first engaging the parking device.
Avoid uphill or downhill parking.
10. Avoid using the vehicle on steps, stairs or escalators as it may be dangerous to
your child/children.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT BACKREST
To adjust the position of the seat unit seat backrest, support the backrest
in one hand and press the button, while holding the button in reposition
the backrest as desired and release the button. The backrest has 5
usable positions.
11. Check on a regular basis to make sure that all essential components & locking
devices are functioning correctly.
12. When the pram body is used, the depth from the top of the mattress to the top of
the side of the body (or at any position within 300mm of the harness attachment
points), should not be reduced to less than 140mm when the mattress is in position.
Any mattress purchased should conform to BS1877: part 10.
13. Do not use replacement parts other than those supplied by the manufacturer or
distributor.
Picture 8
14. Never use this vehicle as a permanent bed for your child / children.
BS 7409: 1996 label
WARNING: A CHILD’S SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
Children should be harnessed in at all times and should never be left unattended. The child
should be clear of moving parts while making adjustments. This vehicle requires regular
maintenance by the user. Overloading, incorrect folding and the use of non-approved accessories
may damage or break this vehicle. Read the manufacturer’s instructions.
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PRIMARY FEATURES
CORRECT POSITION FOR CAR SEAT ADAPTOR
Picture 5
Back of chassis
Front of chassis
USING THE SAFETY HARNESS
Picture 1
OPENING THE CHASSIS
Remove any packing and place out of the reach of children. Pull up on
both finger catches found just below the handle grips and lift the
pushchair by the handle grips, the frame will start to open. Push down
gently with your foot on the opening foot plate and tilt the handle grips
forwards.
FITTING THE REAR WHEELS
Push each rear wheel unit onto each rear leg of the pushchair until it
clicks into position. The rear wheels will only click into position if the
brake mechanism is facing the rear of the pushchair. Check the wheel
units are secure by trying to pull them off.
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Always apply the parking brake before placing your child in the vehicle.
The safety harness has two shoulder straps, two waist belts and a crotch
strap. Place the two shoulder straps over the child’s shoulders and the
waist belts around the child’s waist. The crotch strap should be placed
between the child’s legs. The waist belts & shoulder straps should be
clipped into the buckle at the end of the crotch strap. The harness can be
adjusted to suit your child by sliding the adjusters along the shoulder
straps and waist belts. To release the safety harness, push the buttons
on the centre buckle. D-rings for attaching a separate harness
conforming to BS 6684 can be found attached to the integral harness at
the base of the waist straps. ALWAYS USE THE HARNESS CROTCH
STRAP IN COMBINATION WITH THE WAIST BELT.
ALWAYS USE THE SAFETY HARNESS
FITTING & REMOVING THE HOOD (SEAT UNIT & PRAM BODY)
To attach or remove the hood; push the hood bracket into the plastic
housing until it locks into position. To remove the hood, depress the
plastic latch at the bottom of the bracket and pull upwards. NOTE: some
models are supplied (depending on style) with a valance that fits via a zip
to the rear bottom edge of the hood. The valance is designed for use with
the hood in conjunction with the seat unit.
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FITTING THE SEAT UNIT TO THE CHASSIS (ATTACHMENT DEVICE)
The seat unit can be fitted to the chassis to face either forwards or
backwards. To fit the seat unit to the chassis, locate the retaining bars
found on the seat unit sides on the attachment device in the correct
position (see pictures 3 & 4) and gently push the seat unit until it clicks
into position. Check that the seat unit is securely attached by trying to lift
the seat unit from the chassis. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIT THE SEAT
UNIT WHILE IT IS OCCUPIED.
NOTE: Backwards facing seat position. If the seat unit is fitted in the
wrong position the footrest will not fold down.
REMOVING THE SEAT UNIT FROM THE CHASSIS.
The chassis cannot be folded with the seat unit fitted
To remove the seat unit from the chassis release the attachment devices
on either side of the chassis. Pull the triggers at the bottom of the
attachment device until they stop and remain in position. When both
triggers have been released the seat unit can be lifted clear of the
chassis. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIT OR REMOVE THE SEAT UNIT
WHILE IT IS OCCUPIED. CHILDREN SHOULD BE CLEAR OF MOVING
PARTS WHILE MAKING ADJUSTMENTS.
FITTING THE BRITAX CAR SEAT & ADAPTOR
To fit the car seat to the chassis, first fit the adaptor. Locate the retaining
bars on the car seat adaptor on the attachment device in the correct
position (see picture 5) and gently push the adaptor until it clicks into
position. Check that the adaptor is securely attached by trying to fit it
from the chassis. Fit the car seat to the adaptor by locating the two
diagonal slots in the bottom of the car seat in the thin metal bar at the
front of the adaptor. Allow the back of the car seat to rest against the
back part of the adaptor. At the back of the car seat there is a hinged
clip. Fold the clip over the adaptor bar and clip and lock it into position.
Check that the car seat is securely fitted to the adaptor by trying to lift the
car seat from the chassis and adaptor.
See diagram facing page.
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CONNECTING THE LINKED BRAKE BAR
Connect the linked brake to the rear wheel units by pushing the brake
levers into the corresponding hole on the rear wheel units. The brake
levers will lock into position. Push the brake levers down and engage
the parking brake to ensure it is working correctly.
FITTING THE FRONT WHEELS
Remove any packing & position the front wheel unit at the bottom of the
front leg of the pushchair. Push the wheel unit onto the pushchair leg
until it clicks into position. Check the wheel units are secure by trying to
pull them off.
OPERATING THE SWIVEL FRONT WHEELS
The front wheels can be used in swivel wheel or fixed wheel mode.
The operating lever is situated between the two wheels of each front
wheel unit. To switch between swivel or fixed wheel mode; push the
lever down for swivel wheel mode, pull the lever up for fixed wheel
mode.
FOLDING THE CHASSIS
The chassis can only be folded when the seat unit/pram body or car
seat have been removed.
Apply the pushchair parking brake and lock the front wheels. Pull both
finger catches and hold them in then push the handle grips downwards
until the frame starts to fold. Release the finger catches and grip the
closing handle at the back of the frame. Pull it upwards until the
pushchair is fully folded. Ensure the chassis is locked by pushing the
parallel tubes together.
ADJUSTING THE HANDLE HEIGHT
The handle height is adjustable to two positions. To adjust the handle
height, press in the button on the handle grip shaft, and slide up/down
the handle. The handle will click into one of the pre-set positions.
USING THE BRAKE
To engage the brake, press down the brake lever between each set of
rear wheels with your foot. Check that the brake is fully engaged on
both sets of wheels. To release the brake, with your foot lift up the
brake lever until the wheels move freely.
NEVER LEAVE THE PUSHCHAIR WITHOUT FIRST ENGAGING THE
BRAKE.
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FITTING THE PRAM BODY TO THE CHASSIS
To fit the pram body to the attachment device on the chassis, locate the
retaining bars on either side of the pram body in the forwardmost position
of the attachment device (Picture 1). Gently push the pram body down
until it clicks into position. Check that the pram body is securely attached
by trying to lift the pram body from the chassis.
FITTING THE SEAT UNIT FACING BACKWARDS
Picture 3
CORRECT POSITION
FOR SEAT UNIT FACING
BACKWARDS
CORRECT POSITION
FOR PRAM BODY
Picture 2
Back of chassis
Front of chassis
FITTING THE SEAT UNIT FACING FORWARDS
Attachment Device
Back of chassis
CORRECT POSITION
FOR SEAT UNIT FACING
FORWARDS
Picture 4
Front of chassis
REMOVING THE PRAM BODY FROM THE CHASSIS
To remove the pram body from the chassis release the attachment
devices on either side of the chassis. Pull the triggers at the bottom of
the attachment device until they stop and remain in position. When both
triggers have been released, the pram body can be lifted clear of the
chassis. CHILDREN SHOULD BE CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS WHILE
MAKING ADJUSTMENTS.
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Back of chassis
Front of chassis
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