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Britax B-Ready Stroller and B-Safe-35 Car Seat

With so many strollers on the market, it can be a daunting task to find one that fits your family’s everyday demands. Many of us end up with multiple strollers (one for long walks, one for travel, one for narrow spaces!) crowding our homes, only to find that we’re still looking to find that one perfect stroller to fit our every need.

The Britax B-Ready stroller embodies versatility. With 14 seating options including use of a bassinet, an infant car seat, and even double seating, the makers of this stroller have thought of everything. The B-Ready primary seat can face front or back, and reclines for those coveted nap times on the go. The handlebars are adjustable and the foot pedal brake makes it simple to stop and go. The under carriage storage basket is substantial and easily accessible, a must-have addition for long days of errands.

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As the perfect complement to the B-Ready stroller, the Britax B-Safe-35 Infant car seat can be snapped on for a seamless click and go travel system sans fussy adapters. The B-Safe Infant car seat has been upgraded to hold children up to 35 pounds and 32 inches long, allowing for longer use. The LATCH system uses center-pull straps to make installation simple. And the seat is designed using Safe Cell impact protection to surround your child’s body as well as an energy-absorbing headrest so you can be sure your child will be extra secure.

If you’re looking for an easy to fold, compact stroller system that serves as a single and double, the Britax B –Ready stroller and B-Safe-35 infant car seat are perfect for you. At a reasonable price point, this stroller system is a no-brainer.

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