Chase 4 Wheeler Pramette

Chase 4 Wheeler Pramette
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Chase 4 Wheeler
Pramette
Instruction Manual
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT
KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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Safety Warnings
Getting to know your Pramette
Thank you for choosing Obaby. To ensure that your pramette is used in accordance with
these instructions, please read them fully.
This pramette conforms to EN 1888:2003 and is guaranteed for 12 months from the date
of purchase against manufacturing defects. If, however you have any problems, please
contact your Obaby retailer from whom you purchased your product, who will take
appropriate action.
Your child’s safety may be affected if you do not follow these
instructions.
WARNING: A child’s safety is your responsibility
WARNING: Ensure that all locking devices are engaged before use
WARNING: Children should be harnessed in at all times
WARNING: Always use the crotch strap in combination with the
waist belt
WARNING: Any load attached to the handles affects the stability of
the pram / pushchair
WARNING: This product is not suitable for running or skating
WARNING: It may be dangerous to leave your child unattended
WARNING: The child should be clear of moving parts while making
adjustments or opening or folding the pramette. Risk of serious
injury (entrapment, laceration or amputation) exists
WARNING: Do not use this product as a bed, your child may become
tangled in straps and suffocate
WARNING: Check that the pram body or seat unit are correctly
engaged before use
WARNING: Do not use the pramette if any part is broken, torn or
missing and use only spare parts approved by the manufacturer
WARNING: Do not add a mattress thicker than 30mm
• A basket is provided for the carriage of other items up to a maximum
permissible weight of 3 kg. Where a hood parent pocket is provided,
an additional 1kg maximum permissible weight can be used within this
• This pramette is intended to carry one child from birth and up to a
maximum weight of 15kg
ROUTINE CARE & MAINTENANCE
- This pramette requires regular maintenance by the user
- It may be unsafe to use replacement parts or accessories e.g. child
seats, bag hooks, rain covers, etc, other than those approved by the
manufacturer or distributor.
- For cleaning, use only a mild detergent and warm water
- DO NOT USE BLEACH
- DO NOT USE any abrasive substances
- From time to time, check your pramette for loose screws, worn parts,
torn material or stitching. Replace or adjust the parts as needed.
Due to constant updating and improvements, some components may occasionally differ slightly from the images
shown in these instructions. We reserve the rights to change the specifications of any products without prior notice.
If you need any assistance please contact your Obaby retailer from whom you purchased your product, who will take
appropriate action.
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Hood
Harness pads
Bumper bar
release button
Bumper bar
Recline button
Harness
Seat release button
Shopping basket
Front swivel
wheel lever
Handlebar height
adjustment button
Primary and Secondary
release lock
Backrest release
toggle
Calf Rest adjustment
buttons
Brake lever
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Unfolding and Folding your Pramette
Fitting and Removing the Wheels
5
2.Lift
1.Press
fig. 1
Lift
fig. 2
Press
fig. 7
fig. 3
2.Lift
fig. 8
fig. 9
“Click”
“Click”
Lower
Press
1.Press
fig. 4
fig. 5
fig. 6
To unfold your pramette, release the primary lock by pressing the button on the right
side of the frame. While keeping this button pressed, release the secondary lock by
lifting the lever (fig.1 & 2).
Lift the handle up away from the wheels (fig.3) until it clicks into place (fig.4).
To fold your pramette, release the primary lock by pressing the button on the right side
of the frame. While keeping this button pressed, release the secondary lock by lifting the
lever (fig.5). Lower the handle towards the wheels (fig.6).
The wheels can be removed if you wish (see page 5 for details).
fig. 10
fig. 11
To fit the rear wheels, slide the wheel shaft into the hole on the frame, until they click
into place (fig.7).
To remove the rear wheels, press the lever on the inside of the wheel mount (fig.8) and
simply slide the wheel out (fig.9).
To fit the front wheels, simply slide each wheel shaft into the receivers on the front of the
frame (fig.10) until they click into place (fig.11).
To remove the front wheels, press the button on the top above each wheel (fig.12) and
pull away from the frame.
WARNING: Ensure that all locking devices are engaged before use
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fig. 12
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Using the Front Swivel Wheels
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Adjusting the Handle
“Click”
Release
7
“Click”
Press
Lock
fig. 13
fig. 14
fig. 15
To lock the swivel wheels, lift the lever up on the front of each wheel (fig.13).
To put the wheels in swivel mode, push the lever down (fig.14 & 15).
fig. 19
fig. 20
fig. 21
To adjust the handle, press the button on the top of the handle (fig 19), then lift or lower
the handle to the required postition and release the button. The handle should click into
place (fig.20 & 21).
Fitting and Removing the Bumper
Applying the Brake
Lock
Press
Release
fig. 16
fig. 17
fig. 18
To lock the brake, push down on the brake lever using your foot (fig.16 & 17).
To release the brake, lift the brake lever using your foot (fig.18).
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fig. 22
fig. 23
fig. 24
To fit the bumper, slide the bumper into the receivers on either side of the chassis
(fig.22) until it clicks into place (fig.23).
To remove the bumper, simply press the button on either side of the chassis and remove
the bumper (fig.24).
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Using the Harness
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Fitting the Seat Unit
9
“Click”
Chest
Strap
Clasp
Waist
Strap
fig. 25
fig. 26
Press
Crotch
Strap
fig. 27
fig. 31
fig. 32
fig. 33
The seat unit can face either forwards or backwards.
To put the seat unit onto the chassis, line up the seat coupler with the chassis fittings on
each side and lower onto the chassis (fig.31), ensure it clicks into place on both sides
(fig.32).
To remove the seat from the chassis, press both release buttons on each side of the seat
unit (fig.33) and lift the seat up, away from the chassis.
WARNING: Ensure that all locking devices are engaged before use
Press
fig. 28
fig. 29
Adjusting the Backrest
fig. 30
To fasten the harness, insert each waist strap fastener through the loop on each chest
strap (fig.25). Then insert both waist strap fasteners into the clasp on the crotch strap
(fig.26 & 27).
To release the harness, squeeze each of each clips in the centre of the harness and pull
away from the clasp, one at a time (fig.28).
2.Pull
1.Press
Adjust the harness length using the buckles on each strap (fig.29).
‘D’ Ring
The ‘D’ rings highlighted are provided for fitting a separate harness complying with BS
6684 (fig.30).
WARNING: Always use the crotch strap in combination with
the waist belt
fig. 34
fig. 35
fig. 36
To recline the backrest, press the button on the toggle and pull away from the seat to the
desired height (fig.34). Lower the seat to rest on the toggle (fig.35).
To put upright, grip the sides of the toggle with one hand, and the strap with the other
hand and slide the toggle up the strap to the desired height (fig.36).
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Fitting the Hood
Adjusting the Calf Rest
11
Press
Press
fig. 37
fig. 38
fig. 39
To fit the hood, place the hood on the chassis, in line with the seat unit. Slide the hood
catches onto each side of the chassis (fig.37 & 38).
fig. 43
fig. 44
fig. 45
To adjust the calf rest press the buttons either side of the seat and lift or lower to the
required position (fig.43-45).
To remove the hood, lift the lever on each side of the hood and slide the hood off the
chassis (fig.39).
Using the Raincover
Adjusting the Hood
fig. 40
fig. 41
fig. 42
To fold the hood, lift the hood adjusters up on both sides of the hood, as shown above.
fig. 46
To fit the raincover, simply place the raincover over the seat and tuck under the foot rest.
WARNING: When using the raincover, regularly check your child has
adequate ventilation and is not overheating.
Unless it is raining, the raincover should be removed.
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Using the Carrycot
Fitting the Car Seat on the Chassis
“Click”
“Click”
Lower
Press
fig. 47
fig. 48
13
fig. 49
fig. 53
fig. 54
fig. 55
“Click”
Lift
fig. 50
fig. 51
fig. 52
fig. 56
fig. 57
Lift
fig. 58
To convert the stroller into the pram, first recline the backrest (fig.47) (see page 9 for
details).
To put the car seat onto the chassis, first remove the stroller seat unit (see page 9 for
details).
Then press the buttons on either side of the seat unit (fig.48) and tilt the seat until it is
flat (fig.49).
Then fit the car seat adaptors to the chassis (fig.53 & 54) ensure the realease levers are
towards the front wheels.
Unclip the clasps behind the footrest, then push the footrest down until it is flat
(fig.50 & 51).
Lower the car seat onto the adaptors (fig.55), ensure it clicks into place on both sides
(fig.56).
Remove the bumper bar (see page 7 for details) and add the carrycot liner and apron if
required.
To remove the car seat from the chassis, either press the release buttons on either side
of the car seat and lift the car seat up, away from the adaptors (fig.57), or press the
release buttons on either side of the car seat adaptors and lift the car seat and adaptors
up, away from the chassis (fig.58).
The seat unit can also be turned around to face the opposite direction (see page 9 for
details).
WARNING: Ensure that all locking devices are engaged before use
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