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Baby Jogger Mini/Elite/F.I.T./Summit X3 - Adaptador grupo 0 tipo Maxi Cosi
|Precio anterior:||EUR 49,90|
|Ahorras:||EUR 9,98 (20%)|
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- Adaptador específico para acoplar la silla grupo 0 maxi cosi cabrio a los baby jogger city mini, city elite y summit x3
- Disponemos de otros modelos de adaptadores de acuerdo al modelo de cochecito para acoplar otras sillas grupo 0
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Gracias A Estos Adaptadores Para Sillas Grupo 0 De Baby Jogger, Puedes Acoplar Tu Silla Grupo 0 Maxi Cosi Cabrio A Los Baby Jogger City Mini, City Elite Y Summit X3.
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Adaptador silla Grupo 0 + manual de uso
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Now for the actual differences between the 2 models: the newer model has a slightly longer handlebar, literally probably by an inch which could be handy for a taller person, (I'm 5"7 and my husband 6" and it didn't make any difference to us), secondly the underneath basket hangs ever so slightly lower on the newer model creating a bit more space when the seat is in full recline for you to bend down and put your stuff in, again this is so slight that it did not make a difference to me- actually I preferred the older model as felt that if I have any valuables down there there is less of a gap to fall out or for anyone to snatch. Thirdly, there is the smallest difference in the front design fabric of the stroller where a larger kid would have his/ her feet hanging the fabric is pulled taut on the newer version where as it has a slight dimple for resting in the older stroller, I don't know if this makes any difference to the use of the stroller or if it is simply the design. Lastly, in the older design the material that covers the back window ( where babies head is parallel to) is attached to the umbrella canopy on the older version, in the newer it is attached to the stroller, again not even sure why this was changed but makes no difference...
No difference was noted in steering at all or overall ease of use, no illusionary one-hand steering that I could notice !! The pull collapse mechanism is exactly the same on both strollers, for me the decision was clear to keep the 2014 version as there really was no significant difference. The only reason for writing such a detailed review is that it took me quite a long time to compare these strollers and the Vine review on Amazon for this product confused me further with its comparison encouraging to buy the newer product which for someone that received the product for free in exchange for a review is disappointing as a customer paying full price and comparing the two strollers the differences were clear but not related to ease of use at all.
So my opinion is to save your money and go for the older version as there are not any significant differences, an additional little tip for getting a 15% discount, if you are a prime member you can set-up a baby registry and upon completion you will get a 15% discount on any products on your registry which brought down the cost again for me on the older model, if it doesn't show as eligible for a discount wait a week as it changed to eligible after a week for me.
Just to be clear I did not receive this product for a discount or for free in exchange for a review, I just wanted to help anyone else in my position not to waste time like I did, If you did find this review helpful, please let me know by clicking the below button
Here's the trick to make it work with the Keyfit 30 — remove the two support bars in the picture attached. Once you take those off the car seat will fit perfectly and snap in. Why don't they tell you this in the written instructions included with this product?
It works fine now, and if it had been easy to get here I'd give it 5 stars. But it was a pain, so I'm dropping it to 2 stars.
"Meredith, as I stated, we do not use the stroller on curbs and stairs. That would be impossible anyway with the glider board attached. As I stated in the prior email, we carry the stroller or fold it when we encounter stairs. We have taken great care with our City Mini with the knowledge that we would be using it for at least three children. The warranty was definitely a big factor in choosing it. Again, we did not use the stroller on stairs, curbs, escalators, etc. If you like, my wife and I will sign and notarize an affidavit stating such."
Their response: "After consulting with our Product Team, it has been determined that the break on your stroller is not a manufacturer's defect. I have informed them that you have advised us that you do not use your stroller curbs or stairs, but based on the pictures it has been determined that the break is not from normal and intended use. "
Basically, if the warranty is a factor for you, don't buy anything from Baby Jogger.
Here are some tips that I think might be helpful:
1) The instructions clearly state how to determine what's R and L, but to make it even clearer, your stroller also has "R" and "L" written in little letters on the accessory mounting bracket.
2) The "adapter brackets" have this U-shaped groove at the top that makes it look like something on the carseat should fit into them. Nothing. Does. They are stupid and useless and just there to confuse you. To be fair, they're probably like a scaffolding for the carseat. But still, nothing fits into them.
3) The small gray tabs on the Chicco KeyFit 30 are what click into place. They DO actually click into place when installed correctly, and you should NOT be able to lift the car seat out of the stroller without pressing the orange release button on the carseat. During our frustrated Googling/YouTubing, some people were like "we don't think this actually clicks into place," but that is crap. If the carseat doesn't click and lock into place, it's not correctly installed. They don't actually click into the adapter brackets, but rather they click into place under bar "A," where bar A meets the adapter brackets. See attached picture!!
4) For us, this was the problem! Our adapter came with bar "C" already installed into bar "B," and this is what messed us up. Yes, it's completely shameful that this is what tripped us up, but for our stroller and carseat (City Mini with Chicco Keyfit 30), there is no use for bar C. Just make sure to use ONLY the parts specified for your carseat. I know, that should be a given, but I guess we got excited to install the adapter and just overlooked that step and wasted hours of our life because of stupid bar C.
Good luck. -_-