Mytrax Instruction Manual

birth to 15kg/(birth - 36 months)
mytrax
gemm™
™
stroller
0+ (0–13kg)
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Accessories (May not be included in purchase)
Accessories may be sold separately or may not be available depending on region.
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Removing Soft Goods
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Care and Maintenance
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GB Welcome to Joie™
Product Information
Congratulations on becoming part of the Joie family! We are so excited to be part of your journey
with your little one. While traveling with the Joie MytraxTM, you are using a high quality, fully certified stroller, approved to European safety standards EN 1888:2012. This product is suitable for
use with children weighing under 15kg. Please carefully read this manual and follow each step to
ensure a comfortable ride and best protection for your child.
IMPORTANT - Keep these instructions for future reference.
Visit us at joiebaby.com to download manuals and see more exciting Joie products!
For warranty information, please visit our website at joiebaby.com
Read all the instructions in this manual before using this product. If you have any further questions, please
consult the retailer. Some features may vary depending on model.
Product
Suitable for
Materials
Patent No.
Made in
Brand Name
Website
Manufacturer
Mytrax Stroller
Child weighing under 15kg (birth - 36 months) Plastics, metal, fabrics
Patents pending
China
Joie
www.joiebaby.com Joie Children's Products (UK) Limited
Parts List
Contents
Figures1-10
WARNING13
Stroller Assembly
14
Open Stroller
14
Assemble & Detach Front Wheel
15
Assemble & Detach Rear Wheel
15
Assemble & Detach Armbar
15
Assemble Canopy
15
Assemble & Detach Cupholder
15
Make sure all parts are available before assembly. If any part is missing, please contact local retailer.
No tools are required for assembly.
1 Stroller Frame
2 Canopy
3 Front Wheel
4 Rear Wheel
5 Canopy
6 Seat Pad
7 Armbar
8 Calf Support 9 Front Wheel
10 Swivel Lock
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14
15
Storage Basket
Shoulder Harness
Cupholder
Handle
Canopy Window
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1
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19
Rear Wheel
Brake Lever
Storage Mount
Storage Latch
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4
Stroller Operation
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Adjust Backrest
15
Use Buckle
15
Use Shoulder & Waist Harnesses
16
Adjust Calf Support
16
Use Front Swivel Lock
16
Use Brake
16
Use Canopy
17
Adjust Handle
17
Use Shoulder Harness Cover and Crotch Harness Cover
17
Fold Stroller
17
Use Accessories
17
Detach & Assemble Soft Goods
17
Cleaning and Maintenance
18
Emergency
In case of emergency or accident, it is most important to have your child taken care of with first aid and
medical treatment immediately.
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Accessories
(May not be included)
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3
1 Adapter (on certain models)
2 Armbar Cover (on certain models)
3 Rain cover (on certain models)
Accessories may be sold separately or
may not be available depending on region.
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WARNING
! WARNING Always use the restraint system. Safety belts and restraint
systems must be used correctly.
! WARNING Ensure that all the locking devices are engaged before use.
! WARNING Do not let your child play with this product.
! WARNING Check that the pram body or infant child restraint attachment
devices are correctly engaged before use.
! Adult assembly required.
! Use the stroller with a child weighing less than 15kg. It will cause
damage to the stroller with an unfitted child.
! To prevent a hazardous, unstable condition, do not place more than
4.5kg in the storage basket.
! The maximum recommended weight in the cupholder is 1lbs (0.5kg).
! Never leave your child unattended. Always keep child in view while in
stroller.
! Use the stroller with only one child at a time. Never place purses,
shopping bags, parcels or accessory items on the handle or canopy.
! Accessories which are not approved by the manufacturer shall not be
used. Only replacement parts supplied or recommended by the
manufacturer shall be used.
! Overloading, folding incorrectly, or using component parts from other manufacturers may cause the stroller to be damaged, broken or unsafe. Please read the instruction manual carefully.
! Please read all the instructions in the manual before using the product.
Please save instruction manual for future use. Failure to follow these
warnings and instructions may result in serious injury or death.
! To avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out, always use seat belt.
! Make sure your child’s body is clear from the moving parts when
adjusting the stroller.
! Be sure the stroller is fully open or folded before allowing child near the
stroller.
! Child may slip into leg openings and be strangled if the harness is not
used.
! Never use stroller on stairs or escalators.
! Keep away from high temperature objects, liquids, and electronics.
! Never allow your child to stand on the stroller or sit in the stroller with
head toward front of stroller.
! Never place the stroller on roads, slopes or dangerous areas.
! To avoid strangulation, DO NOT place items with a string around your
child’s neck, suspend strings from this product, or attach strings to toys.
! Any load attached to the handle and/or on the back of the backrest and/
or on the sides of the stroller will affect the stability of the stroller.
! DO NOT lift stroller while child is in stroller.
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! DO NOT use storage basket as a child carrier.
! To prevent tipping, never let child climb the stroller. Always lift the child in
and out of the stroller.
! To avoid finger entrapment, use care when folding and unfolding the
stroller.
! To avoid injury, ensure that your child is kept away when unfolding and
folding this product.
! To ensure your child’s safety, please make sure all parts are assembled
and fastened properly before using the stroller.
! To avoid strangulation, do make sure your child is clear from the canopy.
! Always engage the brakes when parking the stroller.
! Discontinue using stroller if it is damaged or broken.
! Stroller to be used only at walking speed. This product is not intended for
use while jogging.
! To avoid burns, never put hot liquids in your cupholder.
! To avoid suffocation, remove plastic bag and packaging materials before
using this product. The plastic bag and packaging materials should then
be kept away from babies and children.
! This product is not suitable for running or skating.
! Pushchair designed to be used from birth shall recommend the use of the
most reclined position for new born babies.
! The parking device shall be engaged when placing and removing children.
! For infant child restraints used in conjunction with a chassis, this vehicle
does not replace a cot or a bed. Should your child need to sleep, then it
should be placed in a suitable pram body, cot or bed.
! Carry cot is only suitable for a child who cannot sit up unaided, roll over
and cannot push itself up on its hands and knees. Maximum weight of the
child: 9kg.
! DO NOT use or add any mattress other than the one supplied with the carry cot.
! Do not attach items to the handle, seat back or sides of the stroller. Any
additional load will affect the stability of the stroller and could cause the
stroller to tip.
Stroller Assembly
Please read all the instructions in this manual before assembling and using this product.
Open Stroller
see images 1 -
2
Separate storage latch from storage mount 1 , and then lift the handle upwards 2 , a click sound means the stroller
is open completely.
! Check that the stroller is completely latched before continuing to use.
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Assemble & Detach Front Wheel
see images 3 - 4
Assemble & Detach Rear Wheel
see images 5 - 8
Lock Buckle
Match the waist belt buckle with the shoulder buckle 19 - 1, and click into the center buckle. 19 - 2
A “click” sound means the buckle is locked completely. 19 - 3
! To avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out, always secure your child with harness.
! Make sure your child is snugly secured. The space between the child and the shoulder harness is about the thickness of one hand. ! Operating adapters for turning Dunlop valve to Shrader valve is shown as 7 . Store the adapters shown as
7 - 2 if not use them.
! Do not cross the shoulder belts. This will cause pressure on a child’s neck.
! CHECK the tire pressure before using the stroller. DO NOT INFLATE above the maximum recommended inflation pressure that is written on the side of the tire. 8
Use Shoulder & Waist Harnesses
see images 20 - 23
! Over-inflation may cause wheel and/or tire to blowout and could result in serious injury.
Assemble & Detach Armbar
see images
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Assemble Canopy
see images
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Assemble & Detach Cupholder
see images
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! In order to protect your child from falling out, after your child is placed into the seat, check whether the
shoulder and waist harnesses are at proper height and length.
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Shoulder harness anchor A
Shoulder harness anchor B
Slide adjuster
For larger child, use shoulder harness anchor A and the highest shoulder slots. For smaller child, use shoulder
harness anchor B and the lowest shoulder slots.
To adjust the position of the shoulder harness anchor, turn the anchor to be level with the side facing forward.
Thread it through the shoulder harness slot from back to front. 21 Rethread it through the slot that is closest to
child's shoulder height. 22
Use slide adjuster to change the harness length. 23 - 1
Press the button 23 - 2, while pulling the waist harness to proper length. 23 - 3
The completely assembled stroller is shown as 15
Stroller Operation
Adjust Backrest
see images 16 - 17
Adjust Calf Support
see images 24
The calf support has 2 positions.
To raise the calf support, push it upwards. A "click" sound means the calf is locked completely.
To lower calf support, press the adjustment buttons on both sides of the calf support 24 - 1, and rotate the calf
support downwards. 24 - 2
There are 4 recline angles for the backrest.
Recline Backrest
Use Front Swivel Lock
To recline the backrest, squeeze the recline handle on the back of the seat, pull down on the backrest. 16
see images
Raise Backrest
Push up the front swivel locks to maintain the moving direction. 25
To raise the backrest, push up. 17
Tip
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It is recommended to use swivel locks on uneven surfaces.
! Make sure the recline is set properly for use.
Use Buckle
see images
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Release Buckle
Press the center button to release the buckle. 18
Use Brake
see images
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To release wheels, just lift the brake lever upwards. 27
Tip
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To lock wheels, step the brake lever downwards. 26
Always set the parking brake when stroller is not moving.
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Use Canopy
see images 28
3. Remove calf support cover. 42
4. Open the buckle which is on the bottom of seat. 43
The canopy can be opened or folded, pull it toward front or back.
5. Press the button and rotate the support block to be convenient to remove soft goods. 44 45
The canopy can be opened completely to protect your child from the sun uttermostly, just unzip the zip 28 , and then pull the canopy toward front.
6. Press the button which is on the bottom of handle, then pull soft goods rearwards to remove it. 46
There is a window on the canopy, through which you can view your baby.
Adjust Handle
see images 29
To re-assemble seat soft goods, follow the steps above in reverse 46 - 41
Use with Joie Carry Cot
see images 47
When using with Joie carry cot ramble, please refer to the following instructions.
Use Shoulder Harness Cover and Crotch Harness Cover
The shoulder harness cover or crotch harness cover can be removed from the webbing. To assemble shoulder
harness cover and crotch harness cover in reverse steps.
Fold Stroller
see images 30 - 32
! Please fold the canopy before folding the stroller.
1. Pull the folding webbing upward, the frame will automatically fold backward. 30 - 1
! If you have any problems about using the carry cot, please refer to their own instruction manuals.
! Always use the mattress when using the carry cot.
! Please don’t fold stroller when attaching the carry cot.
Use Rain Cover
see images 49
To assemble the rain cover, place it over the stroller, and then attach the 8 pairs of hook and loop fasteners on
the rain cover. 49
! Before using the rain cover, please make sure the backrest has been adjusted to the lowest position and the infant child restraint has been fastened.
2. The storage latch will automatically hook onto the storage mount, then the stroller is folded and locked completely. 31
! When using the rain cover, please always check its ventilation.
3. The stroller can stand when folded. 32
! Do not fold the stroller after assembling the rain cover.
! When not in use, please check that the rain cover has been cleaned and dried before folding.
! Do not place your child into the stroller assembled with rain cover during hot weather.
Use Accessories
Accessories may be sold separately or may not be available depending on region.
Use with Infant Child Restraint
see images 33 - 39
When using with Joie infant child restraint gemm, please refer to the following instructions.
! Before using the infant child restraint, please make sure the backrest has been adjusted to the lowest
position and the infant child restraint has been fastened.
! If you have any problems about using the infant child restraint, please refer to their own instruction manuals.
! Please do not fold the stroller when the infant child restraint is still attached.
Cleaning and Maintenance
see images
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! To clean stroller frame, use only household soap and warm water. No bleach or detergent. Please refer to
the care label for instructions on cleaning the fabric parts of the stroller.
! From time to time, check your stroller for loose screws, worn parts,torn material or stitching. Replace or
repair the parts as needed. Periodically wipe clean plastic parts with a soft damp cloth. Always dry the metal
parts to prevent the formation of rust if the stroller has come into contact with water.
! Excessive exposure to sun or heat could cause fading or warping of parts.
! If stroller becomes wet, open canopy and allow to dry thoroughly before storing.
Detach & Assemble Soft Goods
see images
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! If wheels squeak, use a light oil (e.g., Silicon Spray, antirust oil, or sewing machine oil). It is important to get
the oil into the axle and wheel assembly. 50
! When using your stroller at the beach or other sandy/dusty environments, completely clean your stroller after
use to remove sand and salt from mechanisms and wheel assemblies.
1. Remove armbar cover shown as 40
2. Open the zipper which is on the rear panel of canopy. 41
! Adjust backrest to the lowest position to be convenient to remove soft goods.
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