pioneer pushchair &

PIONEER
PUSHCHAIR &
C A R RYC O T
IMPORTANT: KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
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These instructions are important.
Read these instructions before
use and keep them for future
reference. Your child’s safety may
be affected if you do not follow
these instructions.
Your Pioneer Pushchair is a high
quality Silver Cross product. It
meets current safety standards and
care and regular light maintenance
will ensure long service.
This pushchair is suitable from
birth up to 9kg with the Carrycot
and from 6 months, up to 15 kg
using the Seat Unit.
If somebody unfamiliar is using your
Pioneer Pushchair always ensure
that they read these instructions
carefully so that they understand
how the product works best.
The Pioneer Pushchair is
designed and tested to be used
with the Pioneer Carrycot and
the Simplicity Car Seat (sold
separately).
THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD IS
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
Contents
First check all your parts have
been supplied. Your Pioneer
pushchair includes:
1.1 Seat Unit with Harness
1.2 Bumper Bar
1.3Chassis
1.4 Front Wheels
1.5 Rain Cover
1.6 Simplicity Car Seat Adaptors
1.7 Cup Holder
1.8 Carrycot Outer
1.9 Carrycot Liner
1.10Carrycot Mattress
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2.1
Preparation for use
Remove all packaging material
from your Pioneer pushchair. To
use your Pioneer pushchair from
birth you must use the Pioneer
Carrycot (included).
Pioneer chassis
2.1 Attach the front wheels by
inserting the axles into the
Pioneer frame until they ‘click’
into position.
2.2 Release the folding lock and
lift the handle upwards.
2.2
WARNING: CHECK THE WHEEL
IS SECURE BY PULLING GENTLY
DOWNWARDS.
WARNING: CHECK THAT THE
CARRYCOT OR SEAT UNIT OR
CAR SEAT ATTACHMENT DEVICES
ARE CORRECTLY ENGAGED
BEFORE USE.
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2.3
Pioneer chassis
2.3 Continue to lift the handle
upwards until the frame
‘clicks’ and locks into position.
Always check that the frame
is secure.
Using the brake
WARNING: ALWAYS APPLY THE
PARKING BRAKE WHEN YOU ARE
STANDING STILL.
WARNING: ALWAYS APPLY THE
BRAKE WHEN PLACING AND
REMOVING THE CHILD.
3.1 To engage the brake, press
down on the red brake pedal.
Listen for the ‘click’.
NOTE: Always check that
your brake is fully engaged by
gently rocking the pushchair.
To disengage the brake, gently
press down on the green
brake release button. Rock the
pushchair backwards before
moving forward.
3.1
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Operating the swivel wheels
Your Pioneer chassis has lockable
front swivel wheels. We advise
locking the front wheels if pushing
the pushchair straight ahead for a
long period.
4.1 Rotate the swivel release lever
sideways to lock the wheels
into the fixed position.
Always apply brake when
placing and removing the
child.
4.1
Operating the height adjustable
handle
Your Pioneer has a 4-position
handle height.
5.1 Press and hold the handle
height adjustment /folding
button.
5.2 Slide the handle up or down
to required height and release
the adjustment button. The
handle will lock and ‘click’ into
place.
5.1
5.2
2
4
1
3
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6.1
Folding your Pioneer chassis
NOTE: To ensure your Pioneer
chassis folds correctly remove all
items from the shopping basket
before attempting to fold.
NOTE: If using as a travel system
(with a car seat) or pram (with
Pioneer carrycot) please ensure
each part has been removed
before folding.
Your Pioneer chassis can be folded
with the seat unit attached and
in a forward-facing, upright
position. In all other positions it is
recommended to remove the seat
unit.
6.1
6.2
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Ensure the swivel wheels are
locked (see 4.1)
6.2 Engage the brake pedal (see
3.1)
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6.3
Folding your Pioneer chassis
6.3 Press and hold the fold release
button. Pull the fold release
triggers towards you. Push the
handle downwards gently and
lower the handle downwards
until the fold lock engages.
Lift the handle upwards gently
to ensure that the chassis is
folded correctly.
WARNING: TO AVOID POSSIBLE
INJURY OR DAMAGE, ALWAYS
ENSURE THE STORAGE LATCH
HAS BEEN ENGAGED BEFORE
LIFTING THE PRAM/STROLLER.
CARRY THE PRAM USING THE
MAIN HANDLE, ONCE STORAGE
LATCH HAS BEEN ENGAGED.
WARNING: DUE CARE SHOULD
BE TAKEN WHEN FOLDING AND
UNFOLDING THIS PUSHCHAIR.
PLEASE ENSURE FOLDING
MECHANISMS ARE KEEP CLEAR
TO AVOID POSSIBLE FINGER
ENTRAPMENTS OR INJURIES TO
PARTS OF THE BODY.
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7.1
7.2
7.3
Using your Pioneer from birth
with the carrycot
Preparing the carrycot for use
Remove all packaging material
from your Pioneer carrycot.
7.1 First erect the carrycot outer.
Lay the carrycot outer down
with the frame upper most.
Press the 2x metal bars into
the locators on internal base
of carrycot. A small groove in
the locator holds the frame in
position.
7.2 Attach the carrycot liner to
the carrycot outer. Fasten
each inner zip. There is one at
each end of the liner.
7.3 Pass the two D-shaped parts
of the liner between the liner
and the outer and fasten the
Velcro patches to secure the
liner in place.
7.4 Place the mattress into the
base of the liner.
WARNING: DO NOT LEAVE YOUR
CHILD UNATTENDED.
WARNING: NEVER USE THE
CARRYCOT ON A STAND.
WARNING: DO NOT LET OTHER
CHILDREN PLAY UNATTENDED
NEAR THE CARRYCOT.
CAUTION: Do not force the zip
7.4
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8.1
8.2
Attaching the apron to the
carrycot
8.1 To fit the apron, unzip the
lower part of the apron and
keep it in a safe place.
8.2 Place the apron over the top
of the carrycot and secure in
place using the velcro tabs.
8.3 Slide the apron flap clips over
the attachment points inside
the carrycot frame.
THIS CARRYCOT IS SUITABLE
FOR A CHILD WHO CANNOT SIT
UP UNAIDED, ROLL OVER AND
CANNOT PUSH ITSELF UP ON ITS
HANDS AND KNEES. MAXIMUM
WEIGHT OF CHILD: 9KG
WARNING: USE A HARNESS AS
SOON AS YOUR CHILD CAN SIT
UNAIDED.
WARNING: ONLY USE ON A FIRM,
HORIZONTAL LEVEL AND DRY
SURFACE.
8.3
CAUTION: The head of the child
in the carrycot should never be
lower than the body of the child.
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9.1
Attaching the hood to the
carrycot
9.1 Attach the hood by pressing
the hood clips onto the slots
on either side of the carrycot
frame.
Slide the back of the Pioneer
hood over the rear edge of the
carrycot.
9.2 Your Pioneer hood can be
used in 3 positions. Fully open,
semi-open and fully covered.
9.2
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10.1
10.2
Attaching the bumper bar to
the carrycot or seat unit
10.1 Attach the bumper bar
by pressing the ends of
the bumper bar into the
attachment points of the
carrycot/seat unit frame.
Wait to hear them ‘click’ into
place. Lift gently to ensure the
bumper bar is locked in place.
Fold the apron flap over the
bumper bar to hold it in place.
10.2 To detach, press the bumper
bar release button on the
carrycot/seat unit frame with
one hand and pull the bumper
bar away from the connector
point with the other hand. The
bumper bar will rotate.
To detach both sides repeat
point (10.2) above. With
one side of the bumper bar
removed the carrycot/seat
unit is easily accessible.
WARNING: THE BUMPER BAR
MUST BE SECURELY CONNECTED
AT ALL TIMES WHEN IN USE. THE
SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD IS YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY.
WARNING: ALWAYS REMOVE
YOUR CHILD FROM THE SEAT
UNIT BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO
LIFT AND REMOVE THE SEAT
UNIT.
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11.1
Attaching the carrycot to your
chassis
11.1 To attach your Pioneer
carrycot to the Pioneer chassis
hold the carrycot above the
chassis. Locate the carrycot
chassis connector posts into
the attachment slots on
the chassis. Ensure that the
carrycot ‘clicks’ into place.
The carrycot should be fitted
rearward facing. Lift the
carrycot gently by the bumper
bar to check the carrycot has
locked into place.
WARNING: NEVER USE THIS
CARRYCOT ON A STAND.
11.2
Detaching the carrycot from
your chassis
11.2 With the Pioneer carrycot
facing you, pull both carrycot
release handles outwards and
lift the carrycot clear of the
chassis.
Always ensure your bumper bar
is attached when your child is in
the carrycot.
This product is suitable for a
child who cannot sit up by itself,
roll over and cannot push its self
up on its hands and knees. Max
weight of child: 9kg.
CAUTION: Only use replacement
parts supplied and approved by
the manufacturer.
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12.1
12.2
Using your liner and mattress
12.1 Your Pioneer Carrycot
mattress is removable.
Simply lift it out of the liner.
The mattress cover can be
hand washed. Remove the
foam mattress insert prior to
washing by opening the flap
on the back of the mattress
cover and removing the foam
mattress.
12.2 The Pioneer Carrycot has a
removable liner. Simply unzip
each end and release the
Velcro fastenings to remove it.
To fit the liner and mattress
see preparation for use (see 7.1
- 7.4)
WARNING: DO NOT ADD A
MATTRESS OTHER THAN THE ONE
PROVIDED.
CAUTION: Do not force the zip
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Using your Pioneer as a
pushchair
Your Pioneer seat unit can
be fitted to the chassis in
rearward-facing position
(infant facing you) or
forward-facing position
(infant facing away from
you). Follow (18.1) to attach the
seat unit to the chassis.
13.1
13.2
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Attaching the hood to the seat
unit
13.1 First, slide the back of the
hood over the back of the seat
unit. Locate the slot in the
fabric at the back of the hood
and slide over the seat recline
adjustment lever.
13.2 Attach the hood by pressing
the hood clips onto the slots
on either side of the seat unit
frame. Note your Pioneer
pushchair has a function
where you have the option to
raise or lower the height of
the hood provided. The height
position can be adjusted by
connecting the hood to one
of the two height locations
provided. Velcro the lower
front corners of the hood onto
the seat unit.
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14.1
Using your hood
14.1 Your Pioneer hood can be
used in 3 positions. Fully open,
semi-open and fully covered.
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14.2
Using your hood
Your Pioneer hood features a
ventilation panel and pop-out
sunvisor.
14.2
To open the ventilation panel,
lift the flap and secure under
the viewing window flap using
the magnets either side of the
hood.
14.3 To use the sunvisor, pull out of
the hood. To store, push back
into the hood.
14.3
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15.1
Preparing the harness
15.1 The shoulder straps have 3
height positions. To adjust,
first lift the flap on the back
of the seat unit. Thread the
harness buckle from the front
of the seat unit through to
the back of the seat unit and
allow the buckle to lay flat
behind the seat securing the
shoulder strap in place.
Thread the harness through
the button hole in the seat
unit relative to the size of your
child, and secure the harness
buckle. (see 16.1).
WARNING: THE HARNESS CAN
FORM LOOPS WHICH MAY BE
A STRANGULATION HAZARD.
NEVER LEAVE THE HARNESS
CONNECTED WHEN NOT FITTED
TO A CHILD IN THE PUSHCHAIR.
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Using the harness
16.1
WARNING: ALWAYS USE
THE CROTCH STRAP IN
COMBINATION WITH THE WAIST
AND SHOULDER STRAPS
16.1 To fasten the harness insert
both buckle clips into each
side of the buckle. Listen for
the ‘click’.
16.2
16.3
A
B
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A
B
WARNING: ALWAYS USE THE
RESTRAINT SYSTEM.
16.2 To release the harness press
the button at the centre of
the buckle and pull apart.
The shoulder straps can be
unhooked from the buckle if
required.
16.3 Your harness is fully adjustable
by moving the slides (A), to
make fitting easy. Your child
should always be harnessed
in and should never be left
unattended, even for short
periods of time.
Your Pioneer harness can be
adjusted for the size of your
child.
‘D’ rings are provided for
fitting a separate harness if
required (B).
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17.1
17.2
Using your apron
17.1 The Pioneer apron comes in 2
parts. Zip on the lower part of
the apron and slide the apron
over the bottom of the seat
unit.
17.2 Clip the apron flap clips onto
the attachment points on
the inside of the seat frame.
Fold the apron flap over the
bumper bar to enclose and
secure your child.
Follow (10.1 - 10.2) to attach/
detach the bumper bar to the
seat unit.
WARNING: ALWAYS ENSURE
YOUR BUMPER BAR IS ATTACHED
WHEN YOUR CHILD IS IN THE
SEAT UNIT.
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18.1
18.2
Attaching the seat unit to your
chassis
WARNING: ENSURE ALL
LOCKING DEVICES ARE
ENGAGED BEFORE USE.
18.1 To attach your Pioneer seat
unit to the Pioneer chassis
hold the seat unit above the
chassis. Locate the seat unit
chassis connector posts into
the seat attachment slots on
the chassis. Ensure that the
seat unit ‘clicks’ into place.
The seat unit can be fitted
forward or rearward facing.
Lift the seat unit gently by the
bumper bar to check the seat
unit has locked into place.
To adjust the seat position
(see 20.1)
Detaching the seat unit from
your chassis
18.2 With the seat unit facing you,
pull both seat release handles
outwards and lift the seat unit
clear of the chassis.
CAUTION: REMOVE THE CHILD
FROM THE SEAT UNIT BEFORE
DETACHING FROM YOUR CHASSIS.
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19.1
Adjusting the seat position
Your Pioneer has 3 forward-facing
and 3 rearward-facing seat
positions.
19.1 To adjust the seat position in
either forward or rearward
facing mode, lift and hold the
seat recline adjustment lever
on the back of the seat unit.
Move the seat unit upwards or
downwards to upright, semirecline or full recline. Release
the recline adjustment lever
and wait to hear a ‘click’ for
each position to lock into
place.
19.2 Your Pioneer has an adjustable
multi-position footrest.
To adjust the footrest, press
the adjuster buttons located
on each side of the footrest.
Once buttons are pressed
gently adjust the footrest to
its lowest position. Once in the
lowest position you can gently
lift the footrest up to a more
desired position if required.
19.2
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20.1
Using your raincover with the
carrycot or seat unit
20.1 Your Pioneer raincover should
be used when the Pioneer
hood is attached to either
the seat unit or carrycot. First
slide over the hood and down
towards the toe of the seat
unit or carrycot.
20.2 A zip gives easy access to your
child.
20.2
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21.1
21.2
Using your Pioneer chassis with
the Simplicity Infant Carrier
21.1 To attach your Pioneer
Simplicity Adaptors, locate
the adaptors onto the chassis
attachment posts on both
sides. Ensure the adaptors
‘click’ into place.
WARNING: STANDING BEHIND
THE PIONEER HANDLE, ENSURE
THE ADAPTOR CORRESPONDING
ADAPTORS ARE LOCATED IN THE
CORRECT SLOTS. USING THE
WRONG ADAPTERS CAN CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THEM.
21.2 Place the Simplicity Infant
Carrier onto the adaptors.
Ensure the Simplicity ‘clicks’
into place. Lift the Simplicity
gently by the carry handle
to check the Simplicity has
locked into place.
WARNING: CHECK THAT THE
SIMPLICITY ATTACHMENT
DEVICES ARE CORRECTLY
ENGAGED BEFORE USE.
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22.1
Detaching the Simplicity from
the chassis
22.1 With the Simplicity Infant
Carrier facing you, first press
the silver button on the front
of the Right Hand Side adaptor
until it clicks into place.
22.2 Then while pressing and
holding the other silver button
on the front of the Left Hand
Side adaptor, lift the Simplicity
from the chassis using the
carry handle.
22.2
Removing the Simplicity
Adaptors from the chassis
22.3 For both adaptors, press the
circular button on the side of
the adaptor and pull adaptor
upwards to release from
chassis.
WARNING: BEFORE FOLDING
YOUR PIONEER PUSHCHAIR,
THE CAR SEAT ADAPTERS MUST
BE REMOVED, OTHERWISE
DAMAGE WILL BE CAUSED.
22.3
WARNING: YOUR SIMPLICITY
INFANT CARRIER SHOULD
ALWAYS BE REARWARD FACING.
WARNING: THIS CAR SEAT DOES
NOT REPLACE A COT OR BED.
SHOULD YOUR CHILD NEED
TO SLEEP THEN IT SHOULD BE
PLACED IN A SUITABLE PRAM
BODY OR COT.
WARNING: ONLY USE ON A FIRM
HORIZONTAL AND DRY SURFACE
– IF NOT BEING USED WITH
PIONEER CHASSIS.
CAUTION: The handle and the
bottom should be inspected
regularly for signs of damage
and wear.
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Safety Notes
Your Pioneer Pushchair is a high
quality Silver Cross product. It
complies with BS EN: 1888:2012
and with correct use and
maintenance will give good
service. If, however you should
have any problems with your
pushchair, please contact your
Silver Cross retailer who will
take appropriate action. The
Pioneer carrycot complies with
BS EN: 1466:2014.
WARNING:
NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHILD
UNATTENDED.
TO AVOID INJURY ENSURE
THAT YOUR CHILD IS KEPT
AWAY WHEN FOLDING AND
UNFOLDING THIS PRODUCT.
ENSURE THAT ALL LOCKING
DEVICES ARE ENGAGED BEFORE
USE.
DO NOT CARRY MORE THAN
ONE CHILD IN THIS PUSHCHAIR.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT SUITABLE
FOR RUNNING OR SKATING.
ENSURE THE PARKING DEVICES
ARE ENGAGED WHEN PLACING
AND REMOVING YOUR CHILD.
CHECK THAT THE PRAM BODY
OR SEAT UNIT, OR CAR SEAT
ATTACHMENT DEVICES ARE
CORRECTLY ENGAGED BEFORE
USE.
DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD PLAY
WITH THIS PRODUCT.
DO NOT LET OTHER CHILDREN
PLAY UNATTENDED NEAR THE
CARRYCOT.
THIS SEAT UNIT IS NOT SUITABLE
FOR CHILDREN UNDER 6
MONTHS.
THE CARRYCOT IS ONLY
SUITABLE FOR A CHILD WHO
CANNOT SIT UP UNAIDED.
ALWAYS USE THE RESTRAINT
SYSTEM.
NEVER USE THE CARRY COT ON
A STAND.
DO NOT USE IF ANY PART IS
BROKEN, TORN OR MISSING.
BE AWARE OF THE RISK OF
OPEN FIRES, GAS FIRES ETC.
IN THE NEAR VICINITY OF THE
CARRYCOT.
THE HANDLES AND THE BOTTOM
OF THE CARRY COT SHOULD
BE CHECKED REGULARLY FOR
SIGNS OF DAMAGE AND WEAR.
ONLY THE MATTRESS PROVIDED
SHOULD BE USED WITH THE
CARRYCOT.
CAR SEATS DO NOT REPLACE
A COT OR BED. SHOULD YOUR
CHILD NEED TO SLEEP, THEN
IT SHOULD BE PLACED IN A
SUITABLE PRAM BODY, COT OR
BED.
ANY LOAD ATTACHED TO THE
HANDLE AND/OR BACKREST
AND/OR SIDES OF THE VEHICLE
WILL AFFECT STABILITY OF THE
VEHICLE. A BABY’S SAFETY IS
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
ONLY REPLACEMENT PARTS AND
ACCESSORIES APPROVED BY
SILVER CROSS SHOULD BE USED.
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CHANGING BAG: MAXIMUM LOAD
= 1KG (SOLD SEPARATELY)
CUP HOLDER: MAXIMUM LOAD =
340G
BASKET: MAXIMUM LOAD = 5KG
The child should always wear a
safety harness complying with
BS6684. ‘D’ rings are provided for
the attachment of an additional
harness. These are located on the
existing harness close to where it
is attached to the seat frame. Do
not hang shopping bags or other
objects from the handle. This may
cause the pushchair to tip up.
Extra shopping or luggage should
only be carried in the basket and
should not exceed 5kg in weight,
evenly distributed.
Always hold the seat when making
adjustments.
Never try to fold your Pioneer when
the child is seated as this may trap
the child. If you have difficulty in
folding or unfolding the pushchair,
do not force. This will cause
damage. Read the “To fold or
unfold” instructions carefully in
the Pioneer Instructions. It may be
unsafe to fit accessories or spare
parts other than those supplied
or recommended by Silver Cross.
If anyone other than the owner is
going to use the Pushchair (e.g.
grandparent, child minder), please
show them how to use it correctly.
Care and Maintenance
Chassis
Always check your pushchair for
signs of wear. Regularly lubricate
all moving parts. Check for
freedom of movement of all
locking devices. Polish metal work
with a clean, dry cloth.
Fabric items and seat unit
For fabric wash care instructions
please refer to the care guide
included with your pram. Keep
away from direct heat and
strong sunlight. A certain degree
of fading may occur over time
through everyday use. Never
machine wash, tumble dry, iron or
bleach.
Never leave accessories such as
the Sunshade or raincover where
heat and light may discolour the
fabrics or distort the plastics,
e.g. on the car parcel shelf in hot
weather.
Guarantee
All Silver Cross products are
guaranteed for a period of
12 months against faulty
workmanship, when the product
is used correctly according to the
instruction manual.
Please read these instructions
carefully before using your new
Pioneer Pushchair and keep for
future reference.
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Consignes de sécurité
Votre poussette Pioneer est un
produit de haute qualité de
Silver Cross. Elle est conforme
à la norme BS EN: 1888:2012 et,
si elle est utilisée et entretenue
correctement, elle offrira un
service de qualité. Si vous deviez
toutefois rencontrer le moindre
problème avec votre poussette,
veuillez contacter votre revendeur
Silver Cross pour qu’il prenne les
mesures adéquates. La nacelle
Pioneer est conforme à la norme
BS EN: 1466:2014.
avec ce produit.
Ce produit est conçu
uniquement pour les enfants qui
ne peuvent pas s’asseoir tout
seuls.
Ce siège n’est pas conçu pour les
enfants de moins de 6 mois.
N’utilisez pas ce produit si une
des pièces est cassée, abîmée ou
manquante.
Ne surélevez jamais la nacelle.
AVERTISSEMENT :
Ne laissez pas d’autres enfants
jouer sans surveillance à
proximité de la nacelle.
Conforme aux exigencies de
sécurité.
N’utilisez pas un matelas autre
que celui fourni.
Ne laissez jamais votre enfant
sans surveillance.
Ce produit est conçu pour les
enfants qui ne peuvent pas
s’asseoir tout seuls, se retourner
et se mettre à quatre pattes.
Poids max. de l’enfant : 9 kg.
Pour éviter les blessures,
maintenez votre enfant à l’écart
lorsque vous pliez et dépliez ce
produit.
Assurez-vous que tous les
dispositifs de verrouillage sont
enclenchés avant utilisation.
Ne transportez pas plus d’un
enfant dans cette poussette.
Ce produit n’est pas conçu
pour faire du jogging ou des
promenades en rollers.
Assurez-vous que les freins
sont actionnés lorsque vous
positionnez et retirez votre
enfant.
Vérifiez que les dispositifs de
fixation de la nacelle, du siège ou
du siège auto sont correctement
enclenchés avant utilisation.
Ne laissez pas votre enfant jouer
Soyez conscient du risque
encouru si la nacelle se trouve
à proximité de flammes nues
et autres sources de chaleur
intense, comme un chauffage
électrique, au gaz, etc.
Veillez toujours à ce que l’arceau
de maintien soit attaché lorsque
votre enfant est assis dans le
siège.
Assurez-vous que tous les
dispositifs de verrouillage sont
enclenchés avant utilisation.
Utilisez toujours le système de
retenue.
Retirez toujours votre enfant du
siège avant de soulever le siège
pour le retirer du châssis.
Actionnez toujours le frein
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lorsque vous êtes à l’arrêt.
Vérifiez que les dispositifs
de fixation Simplicity sont
correctement enclenchés avant
utilisation.
Ne retirez pas le siège auto
Simplicity si les adaptateurs sont
encore fixés au siège auto.
Votre siège auto Simplicity doit
toujours faire face vers l’arrière.
L’enfant doit toujours porter un
harnais de sécurité conforme à la
norme BS6684. Des anneaux en D
sont fournis pour pouvoir attacher
un harnais supplémentaire. Ils
sont situés sur le harnais existant,
à côté du point de fixation du
harnais au châssis du siège.
Ne suspendez pas des sacs à
provisions ou autres objets à la
poignée. La poussette risque de
se renverser. Les bagages et sacs
à provisions supplémentaires
doivent être placés dans le panier,
et leur poids (5 kg max.) doit être
bien réparti. Tenez toujours le
siège lorsque vous effectuez des
réglages. N’oubliez pas d’actionner
le frein.
N’essayez jamais de plier la
poussette Pioneer lorsque votre
enfant est assis dedans, car il
pourrait rester coincé. Si vous
rencontrez des difficultés pour
plier ou déplier la poussette,
ne forcez pas. Vous risqueriez
de l’endommager. Lisez
attentivement les instructions
« Pliage ou dépliage » contenues
dans le manuel Pioneer. Ne
montez pas des accessoires ou
pièces de rechange autres que
ceux fournis ou recommandés
par Silver Cross, car cela peut
être dangereux. Si une personne
autre que le propriétaire utilise
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la poussette (p. ex. les grandsparents ou la gardienne),
montrez-lui comment l’utiliser
correctement.
Attention : L’enfant doit être tenu
à l’écart
des pièces mobiles lorsque vous
effectuez des réglages.
Ne laissez jamais votre enfant
dans la poussette avec la housse
pare-pluie complètement déployée
pour un usage autre qu’en
extérieur.
Toute charge posée sur la poignée,
le dossier ou les bords de la
poussette risque de compromettre
la stabilité de la poussette. Vous
êtes responsable de la sécurité de
votre enfant.
Sac à langer : Charge max. = 1 kg
(vendu séparément)
Porte-gobelet : Charge max. =
340g N’utilisez que les accessoires
et pièces de rechange approuvés
par Silver Cross.
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Nettoyage et entretien
Châssis
Vérifiez toujours que la poussette
ne présente pas des traces d’usure.
Lubrifiez régulièrement toutes
les pièces mobiles. Vérifiez la
liberté de mouvement de tous les
dispositifs de verrouillage. Frottez
les parties métalliques avec un
chiffon propre et sec.
Eléments textiles et siège
Pour les instructions d’entretien
du tissu, veuillez vous référer au
guide d’entretien fourni avec votre
poussette. Conservez à l’écart
d’une source de chaleur directe
et de la lumière intense du soleil.
Les couleurs peuvent s’altérer avec
le temps. Ne lavez et ne séchez
jamais en machine, ne repassez
jamais et n’utilisez jamais d’eau de
javel.
Ne laissez jamais des accessoires,
tels que le pare-soleil ou la housse
pare-pluie, à proximité d’une
source de chaleur ou de lumière,
car les couleurs du tissu peuvent
s’altérer et le plastique se déformer
(p. ex. sur la plage arrière de la
voiture par temps chaud).
Garantie
Tous les produits Silver Cross
sont garantis pour une période
de 12 mois contre tout défaut de
fabrication, lorsque le produit est
utilisé conformément au manuel
d’instructions.
Lisez attentivement ces
instructions avant d’utiliser votre
nouvelle poussette Pioneer et
conservez-les pour référence.
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