The iCandy pear is a quality product designed and distributed by: iCandy World Limited Montgomery Way Biggleswade Bedfordshire SG18 8UB England iCandy pear instruction manual F: +44 (0) 1767 604410 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.icandyworld.com © iCandy World Limited. IMPORTANT Keep for future reference Read these instructions carefully before use and keep them for future reference. Your child’s safety may be affected if you do not follow these instructions. iCandy pear WARNING! It may be dangerous to leave your child unattended. Safety tested and certified to BSEN1888:2003 for the UK and Europe, ASTM F833-08 for the USA and SOR-85-379 for Canada. Tested to ensure compliance with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (safety) Regulations. k j i h e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 d f c g a l b m&n 3 iCandy pear 10 11 1 2 12 13 16 14 17 15 25 26 & 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 18 3 19 22 iCandy pear 20 23 21 1 2 24 37 40 43 iCandy pear 38 41 44 39 46 47 48 49 50 51 42 45 iCandy pear instructions Follow these simple instructions assemble your iCandy pear. Family Flexibility Box 1 a Rear wheels x 2 b Brake/rear axle c Chassis You have invested into the most modern versatile, flexible tandem stroller currently available. Whether as a complete iCandy pear tandem or iCandy apple/pear converter, your pushchair has over twenty options/combinations integrating reclining seat units, lie flat carrycots and infant car seats. Its modular design enables it to fold to the size of a single pushchair and a maximum individual component weight of 10kgs. Safety First Correct use and maintenance of your pushchair is essential. Please take the time to fully and carefully read this instruction manual. If you require any further advice or assistance when using your pushchair, please contact the place of purchase. 1. Warning With the exception of the outer packaging carton, to prevent injury from choking, remove and immediately discard all other protective packaging on this product. The iCandy pear is tested to comply with BSEN 1888:2003 and is tested to ensure compliance with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations. iCandy pear to Box 2 d Lower seat unit e Upper seat unit f PIP subframe g Front wheel support tube h Bumper bar/carry handle lower i Bumper bar/carry handle upper j Seat/carrycot canopy (hood) lower k Seat/carrycot canopy (hood) upper l Front wheels x 2 m Raincover lower n Raincover upper Components not shown Allen key, pump, bumper bar/carry handle blanks x 2. Components sold separately Upper and lower carrycot fabrics, pair of upper and lower car seat adaptors. NOTE: Lower components are colour coded YELLOW and upper components are colour coded BLUE. Useful tip New products are sometimes stiff to engage and operate. We recommend ALL adaptors and connector parts be lightly lubricated with a silicone based furniture polish. This is best achieved by spraying polish onto a soft cloth and applying to relevant parts. 1. Folded/hold together latch To release the folding strap depress both indicated clips simultaneously. This latch must be engaged before storage. 2. To open To open the iCandy pear stand behind the pushchair and, with both hands on the pushbar, pull-up until the iCandy Pear clicks into place. 2. Warning Ensure that all the locking devices are engaged before use. 3, 4, 5 and 6. Fitting the front wheels support tube Slacken, remove and retain 4 x bolts securing the noseplate using the allen key provided (2 x short, 2 x long bolts). Note: Retain lock nuts located in the lower plate. Separate upper and lower noseplate housings. Place the front wheel support tube onto the lower noseplate and align. Align the upper noseplate and secure using the original bolts and locknuts. Take care to engage all four bolts before fully tightening to even tension using the allen key. Ensure thread of bolts extends through locknuts. 7. Fitting the brake bar/rear axle assembly Turn the iCandy pear upside down. Position the brake bar / rear axle assembly with the brake levers uppermost. Once the rear axle assembly is secure to the main chassis pull firmly on each side of the combined brake bar / rear axle assembly to check that the assembly on both sides is securely locked into place. 8. To fit the rear wheels Lift locking locating catch. Place the wheel into the axle. Release locking locating catch and wheel should lock into position. Pull on wheel to ensure that it is securely fitted. This process is repeated for the other side. Inflate the tyres to 20-25 psi (1.5-2 bar). Useful tip; apply a smear of vaseline to the wheel shaft to weatherise and ease engagement. regularly check tyre pressures, inflated tyres make the pushchair easier to push and steer. 9.Fitting the front wheels Fit the front wheel assemblies onto the support tube. Ensure the wheel assembly is fully engaged (note on underside locking tab). 10. Using the brakes To apply brake, press down gently on the middle of the brake bar. Rocking the pushchair assists engagement. To release brake, place foot under brake bar and pull upwards. 3. Warning always apply the brakes when stationary. the pushchair is 11. Handle height adjustment There are seven handle height positions. To adjust, press the grey button and pull up simultaneously to desired level. 12, 13 & 14. Folding the chassis 20. Bumper bars Remove all seat units, PIP subframe and adaptors from chassis before folding. Unload all products from the shopping basket. Press the grey handle height adjuster button 1 whilst depressing the secondary lock button 2. When the handle is at its lowest point, push downwards to disengage and fold the stroller 3. Apply the hold together latch as per picture 1. Identify and fit the colour coded bumper bars, locking and releasing is actioned by depressing small headed grey buttons simultaneously. Check to make sure they are secure by pulling on the bars. 4. Warning The maximum load 25. Assembled Seat Units 21. Adjusting the footrest Press both buttons on the sides of the leg rest, adjust to desired position and release to lock. for the shopping basket is 5kg. 15, 16, 17 & 18. Fitting the PIP Subframe Unfold and engage the PIP subframe into the chassis receptors. Apply firm downward pressure on the centre of the subframe until clicks are heard to ensure positive locking. To release, push down on the PIP subframe and depress both grey side buttons before removing from the connectors on the chassis. The PIP subframe is hinged for compact storage. Check the location of the ‘upper saddle’ on the forward basket frame. Align as necessary. Check the location of the ‘lower saddle’ on the rear basket frame. Align as necessary. The PIP subframe can be fitted in 2 ways depending on the combination you are wanting to achieve. See the iCandy pear options. 19. Seat unit/carrycot canopies (hoods) Identify and fit the colour coded hoods to the seat frame connectors. To remove, depress the hood location side tabs and release. iCandy pear Latching and reclining of the seat is similar to the lower seat. 22. Bumper bar blanks Bumper bar/carry handle blanks can be fitted if preferred. 23. Fitting the seat units colour coded Yellow. Insert the seat adaptor into the lower connectors on the PIP subframe colour coded yellow. The seat unit adaptors and connectors are grooved to prevent incorrect orientation. 5. Warning This seat is not suitable for children under 6 months. 6. Warning Check that the pram body (carrycot) or seat unit attachment devices are correctly engaged before use. 24. Fitting the seat units colour coded Blue. Insert the seat adaptor into the upper connectors on the PIP subframe colour coded blue. The seat unit adaptors and connectors are grooved to prevent incorrect orientation. Assembled seat units with hoods, bumper bars on the PIP subframe. 26. Reclining the seat unit To recline the upper and lower seat units press the grey buttons on both sides and move into required reclined or upright position. Release buttons when in desired position. Ensure both grey buttons are latched flush with the side frame moulding. 27. Removal of Seat Units Depress both grey side buttons and pull up seat frame to remove. 7. Warning Check that the car seat is correctly engaged before use. 28. Fitting the Maxi Cosi Car Seat adaptors - Lower position (sold separately) Locate and fit the lower car seat adaptors, coded Yellow by pushing them into PIP subframe, ensure the grey buttons latch flush. 29. Fitting the Maxi Cosi Car Seat - Lower position Fix the car seat onto the adaptors, ensuring the car seat latches (clicks) secure. 30. Fitting the Maxi Cosi Car Seat adaptors - Upper position (sold separately) Locate and fit the upper car seat adaptors (as supplied with the iCandy apple pushchair or purchased separately), coded Blue by pushing them into PIP subframe, ensure the grey buttons latch flush. 31. Fitting the Maxi Cosi Car Seat - Upper position Fix the car seat onto the adaptors as shown, ensuring the car seat latches (clicks) secure. 32. Removal of Maxi Cosi Car Seats Depress both release buttons as shown, lift car seat to remove. 33. Securing your child using the 5-point safety harness Feed the buckle tongues 1 & 2 into the buckle housing 3 and click together. Adjust your five-point harness at the points indicated in the direction of the double arrows as required. To unfasten the harness squeeze in the buckle tongues 1 & 2 and pull out of the buckle housing 3. D-Rings are provided for attaching an extra harness complying to BS 6684. 8. Warning To avoid serious injury, always use the 5-point safety harness. 34, 35 & 36. Fitting the PVC Raincover Conversion of seat unit to carrycot With the seat unit facing downwards, release the velcro tabs on the underside of the seat base adjacent to leg rest support tube as shown. Release seat support panel clips shown pressing down simultaneously with your thumbs. Withdraw seat support panel from seat fabric cover. Retain and store in a safe place. Finally, release secondary webbing straps by splitting split ring out of webbing loops. The frame is now ready for fitting of carrycot fabrics. Box 1 a Carrycot fabric x 1 44. Fitting of carrycot fabrics Fit raincover over hood and around the back of the seat before pulling over footrest. 9. Warning never leave raincovers, hoods and aprons on or over the pushchair indoors, in a hot atmosphere or near a heat source, your child may overheat. If lower carrycot has been purchased it will be colour coded yellow. If upper carrycot has been purchased it will be colour coded blue. 37. Remove hood Depress hood hinge tabs and release from connector sockets. Retain for re-fitting as Slip the leg rest section of the seat frame into the carrycot fabric shown ensuring footplate locates through the slot. 45. Secure secondary webbing straps by threading split ring through webbing loops on both sides of the frame. 46. Fold upper edge rim of fabric over frame. Locate and fasten all zips securely. seat unit and carrycot hoods are common. 47. Cover leg rest support tube with internal velcro panel as shown. 38. Remove bumper bar (if fitted) 48. Locate, position and attach press stud to footplate are as shown. Simultaneously depress small grey buttons and release bumper bar away from frame. Retain bumper bar for re-fitting as carrycot handle. 39, 40, 41 42, & 43. Converting the seat unit Unfasten all the seat unit zips surrounding the frame and footplate. Disengage both halves of the zips. iCandy pear 49. Locate and fasten apron zips on both sides. Apron can be tucked inwards at foot end of carrycot if not required. 50. Adjust the internal depth of each carrycot as required (dependent upon configurations) by locking under base clips together as shown. 51. Base plate must be removed for washing. Removal is achieved by releasing velcro on underside of carrycot at head end. Withdraw the base board. Head and toe end support stiffeners are located within zipped pockets as shown. Please remove before washing the carrycot fabric. Take care as stiffeners are a tight fit. With the stiffeners removed, the carrycot can be folded flat for compact storage and travel. Re-fit the hood as reverse of point 1. important: When re-fitting the bumper bar/carry handle, check that no fabric becomes entrapped. The handle locks (clicks) into pace by depressing the small grey button on each side. Ensure security of handle before lifting or using carrycot. Your carycot is now ready to use Locate and fit carrycot as per fitting instructions of the seat units within these instructions. Fitting of an additional safety mattress is allowable and will assist in the hygiene and cleaning maintenance of your carrycot. important: Make sure the mattress thickness does not exceed 10mm. Mattress Sizes: Lower carrycot 67 x 27 cms Upper carrycot 68 x 28cms 10. Warning The iCandy pear carrycots are only suitable for children who cannot sit up unaided, roll over and cannot push itself up on its hands and knees. Maximum weight of the child : 9 kg (approx 6 months). 11. Warning Do not let other children play unattended near the carrycot. 12. Warning Do not use if any part is broken, torn or missing. 13. Warning never use a mattress thicker than 10mm. When a mattress is purchased separately it should conform to BS1877-part 10 :1997. important: 1. Use only on a firm, horizontal, level and dry surface. 2. The handles and the bottom of the carrycots should be inspected regularly for signs of damage and wear. 3. Be aware of the risk of open fire and other source of strong heat, such as electric bar fires, gas fires etc, in the vicinity of the carry cot. 4. The iCandy pear carrycot is not a safe means of transport by car and should NEVER be used as such. Use an approved car safety seat for transport by car. Carrycot cleaning information The exterior of the carrycot, hood and apron of the iCandy pear carrycot may be cleaned with a damp cloth. Unfasten from frame and remove baseboard and end stiffeners. Hand wash using a soft detergent at a maximum temperature of 30 degrees (see instructions on washing label). Do not place in washing machine or tumble-dryer! 52. Single Pushchair option Using the upper seat unit adaptors (colour coded blue) you can convert your Pear into a single pushchair at any time (rearward facing). 55 Lower car seat - forward facing - 0 - 9 months. Upper seat unit - 3 position forward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. 56 Lower carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. 52 iCandy pear options The iCandy pear has over twenty different options to choose from to suit your children's age and your preference. Please note that the lower seat unit is slightly smaller than the upper. This has been designed to facilitate compact folding and transportation of the seat units (the lower seat fits inside the upper). Toddler & newborn options The combinations shown opposite are ideal for a toddler and a newborn. 53 Lower carrycot - lie flat forward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper seat unit - 3 position forward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. 54 Lower seat unit - 3 position forward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper seat unit - 3 position forward facing - 3 to 6 months. iCandy pear 57 Lower carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 58 Lower seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. 59 Lower car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. Upper seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. 60 Lower seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. 61 Lower seat unit - 3 position forward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. Twin options The combinations shown opposite are ideal for twins. Twins can be different in weight, height and development. These options will help accommodate their differences. 62 Lower carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. 68 Upper car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. Lower car seat - forward facing - 0 - 9 months. iMPOrTanT: Use OnLY in configurations illustrated within instruction leaflet. the this 62 63 64 65 66 67 63 Lower seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months. 64 Lower seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. Upper carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. 65 Lower carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper seat unit - 3 position rearward facing - 3 to 6 months onwards. 66 Lower car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. Upper car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. 67 Lower carrycot - lie flat rearward facing - 0 - 3 to 6 months. Upper car seat - rearward facing - 0 - 9 months. iCandy pear 68 General Instructions • Use the iCandy pear for one child or two children at a time. • The iCandy pear is suitable for children from birth to approx 4 years (up to 20kg), and when seated, the midpoint of the child's head is at or below the top of the stroller seat. The maximum weight allowance for use with a Maxi-Cosi Infant Carrier is 13kgs. The maximum weight allowance for the iCandy pear carrycot is 9kgs. • It is recommended that you do not use the iCandy pear seat units until your child is able to sit up unassisted, usually at around 6 months. • Make sure the iCandy pear is fully unfolded and locked before placing your child in it. • Keep your child away from all moving parts when folding, unfolding or adjusting the pushchair. • Always apply brakes when parking, even when standing still for a few moments. • Inspect and clean your pushchair frequently. Never use abrasive cleaners or lubricants. • Never lift the iCandy pear or use escalators or stairs when there is a child in it. • Use original accessories and manufacturer-approved parts only. Failure to do so may affect your warranty. iCandy pear • Do not make any changes to this product. If you have any problems or complaints, contact your retailer or importer. • To avoid the risk of suffocation, keep all plastic packaging materials out of the reach of children. • The iCandy pear has been approved in accordance with BSEN1888:2003 for the UK and Europe, ASTM F833-08 for the USA and SOR-85-379 for Canada. ! Safety WarningS h. Warning Hold on to your pushchair a. Warning it may be dangerous to b. c. d. e. f. g. leave your child unattended. always keep your child in view while pushchair is in use. Warning Please ensure that your child wears a correctly fitted and adjusted harness at all times. For extra safety, 'D' - ring loops are provided for the attachment of a separate safety harness, if desired, approved to BS 6684. Warning Keep children clear of moving parts before making adjustments. To avoid entrapment, keep your own and your children's fingers clear of any folding parts. Overloading, incorrect folding and the use of non-approved accessories may damage, break or otherwise render the pushchair unsafe for use. Warning Do not allow your child to climb unassisted into the pushchair. Warning This seat is not suitable for children under 6 months. Warning Do not use replacement parts or accessories, e.g. child seats, bag hooks, rain covers, etc. other than those approved by iCandy. Warning Do not overload the pushchair with additional children, heavy packages, goods or accessories. Bags and other items must not be hung from the handle bars as they may damage the frame or otherwise cause the pushchair to become unbalanced and tip over. i. when close to any moving road vehicle or train. Even with the brakes on, the draught from the vehicle may cause the pushchair to move. The pushchair should only be used under adult supervision. Warning Do not use the pushchair in a manner for which it is not designed. j. Warning if the pushchair is to be used by someone unfamiliar with it (e.g. by grandparents) always show them how it works. k. Warning always use the crotch strap in combination with the waist belt. l. Warning never use the carrycot on a stand. m. Warning This product is not suitable for running or skating. n. Warning always keep this instruction Manual with the iCandy pear pushchair and for future use. • GENERAL SAFETY - Open fires and heating appliances, particularly portable types, must be guarded by a nursery type fireguard. To avoid burns, keep your child away from hot liquids, cookers, radiators, portable convectors, flexes, fireplaces etc. Use a stair gate at all times. • NOTE In the interest of customer care and product development, we review the quality of our products on a daily basis. We reserve the right to modify or amend the specification of our products and their parts without prior notice. iCandy pear Product Care and maintenance The iCandy pear pushchair requires regular maintenance by you. • Regularly inspect the locking devices, brakes, harness assembly, catches, seat adjusters, joints and fixings to ensure they are secure and in full working order. • The brakes and wheels are subject to wear and should be replaced as and when necessary. • Should any parts of your iCandy pear pushchair become stiff or difficult to operate, ensure that dirt is not the cause. Then try a light application of a sprayable lubricant e.g. silicon spray, ensuring that the lubricant penetrates between the components, but take care as excessive application may encourage the accumulation of dirt. Regular light lubrication of moving parts will extend the life of your pushchair and make opening and folding easier. • Do not leave the iCandy pear pushchair in sunlight for prolonged periods as the colour of some fabrics may fade. • Store the pushchair in a dry, well ventilated and safe place. • Your pushchair should be serviced and reconditioned before using it for a second baby, or within 18 months, whichever is the sooner. This can be arranged by contacting your iCandy dealer. Product Care and maintenance • The plastic and metal parts of the pushchair may be sponged clean with warm water and a mild detergent. • The seat unit may be cleaned by sponging lightly with warm water and a mild detergent. • Never clean with abrasive, ammonia or bleach-based and spirit-type cleaners. • Allow all parts to dry thoroughly before storing. • After exposure to wet or damp conditions, leave the pushchair fully opened in a warm, well-ventilated environment. Dry it off with a soft, lint free and absorbent cloth. Residual moisture, left unattended, will encourage mildew or rust to form, damaging the pushchair. Warranty Our products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years from date of purchase. The warranty period for an iCandy pear carrycots is six months from date of purchase. If the product has a manufacturing fault we will repair it for free. If it is not practical to repair it we will, at our discretion replace the part in question. If the product fails due to wear and tear, accident, neglect or negligence, or is outside the warranty we will happily repair it for a reasonable charge. The warranty covers the original purchaser buying the product from an authorised dealer. Proof of purchase is required. The warranty covers workmanship or materials that are deemed faulty, providing the pushchair has at all times been used in normal conditions, in accordance with instructions, and been properly maintained. The warranty does not cover second hand product, modified product, poorly maintained product, normal wear, fading and fabric cuts, improper use (by way of example): abnormal use; not following instructions; child left unattended; safety harness not used; excessive load; transport damage i.e. airline or freight damage. Customer costs within warranty include inward freight charges to return the product to manufacturer’s representative for warranty and or service. Manufacturer’s representative reserves the right to charge a service fee and/or charge iCandy pear for parts replaced/repaired. A return freight charge may apply. Exclusions. Any consequential loss or damage to any person or property directly or indirectly as a result of using product. Please discuss any warranty or service queries with your store of purchase. You will be required to show proof of purchase. They will inform you of the next step. Products that are returned directly to manufacturer by customer will NOT be eligible for warranty. Please register your product purchase through our online warranty registration by visiting www.icandyuk.com Please be advised you need to register your serial number in order to activate your two year manufacturing warranty. Your serial number can be found on the shopping basket bar of your stroller and on the stabilising bar of the carry cot. it’s a white label and clearly has the word serial number with digits afterwards. To access the serial number on your stroller, please remove the shopping basket fabric to reveal the number. iCandy pear accessories Accessories available for the iCandy pear: • Maxi-Cosi Upper and Lower Car Seat Adaptors. • Superfleece Luxury Footmuff - available in a selection of colours. • Core Seat Snuggle - available in a selection of colours. (Not shown). • Sun Parasol - available in a selection of colours. • Lifestyle Changing Bag available. • Cup Holder available. (Not shown). • Parasol/cupholder Clamp. (Not shown). • Travel Bag available. (Not shown). • Flavour Pack- available in a selection of colours.