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Mountain Buggy Urban Triple-U3204

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Category: Stroller

If the product fails within the warranty period: Return it to the Authorized Dealer where purchased from. They will arrange for assessment and appropriate action during normal business hours. If you are unsure where to take stroller contact distributor in your country for instructions. Repairs and replacement parts: If stroller requires repair contact your authorised dealer or distributor, to obtain information and spare parts. If you are in a different country than where you purchased the produ

Mountain Buggy Urban Single-U1204

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Category: Stroller

WARNING: This stroller requires regular maintenance by the user. Parts of Stroller Frame Parts of Stroller Frame Note: Diagram is Urban Single model Handle Handlebar Adjuster Sunhood Support Wire Side Tube Sunhood Joint* Fastener Down Tube Brake Cog Brake Cam* Rear Axle Sliding Swivel Lock* Knob* Quick Brake Release Clip* Lever Rear Wheel Heel Rest Sliding Lock* Footplate Front Wheel Accessory Lug Under-Carriage Tube Front Wheel Swivel* (Urban Only) *Points to lubricate periodically Accessories

Mountain Buggy Urban Double-U2204

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Category: Stroller

The lower elastic loops fasten onto the lug below the footplate. lug lug strap WARNING: Do not leave Storm Cover on stroller in warm conditions. Check baby’s comfort frequently when using Storm Cover. STORM COVER SUN COVER REFITTING SUNHOOD Place sunhood in position and push one side of wire into plastic joint. Repeat on other side by pulling wire away from frame at the top. Fasten sunhood fabric to stroller frame and seat, near handle bar. Follow removing seat instructions above, in reverse ord

Mountain Buggy Terrain Single-T1204

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Category: Stroller

ADJUSTING SHOULDER STRAP HEIGHT A separate safety harness conforming to British Standard BS6684 may be attached to the two “D” rings located at the insertion of the waist harness. POSITION OF CHILD IN SEAT Make sure baby is positioned down as far as possible in seat. Operation 1 2 3 insertion slit buckle shoulder straps SEAT ANGLE Seat back can be reclined to any point between upright and fully reclined position. ALL MODELS To adjust: Pull on buckles to slide straps through buckles and recline s

Mountain Buggy Terrain Double-T2204

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Category: Stroller

SWIVELLING FRONT WHEELS Locking the front wheel swivel(s) is recommended for use on uneven ground. There is still a small amount of left and right movement when in the locked position. URBAN Check that brake cog is on the inside next to stroller frame. brake cog Slide wheels onto each end of the axle. 2 brake cog axle TO LOCK: Turn knob so locked symbol is at the top.Then swivel wheel under stroller until it locks into place. TO UNLOCK: Turn knob 1/4 of a turn so ‘Unlocked’ symbol is at the top.

Mountain Buggy Strollers

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Category: Stroller

Carrycots fit onto the following Mountain Buggy® models: English 1-10 Designed and made in New Zealand by Mountain Buggy Ltd. Manufactured by Tritec Manufacturing Ltd, an ISO 9001 certified company. Models made to BS 7409:1996, AS/NZS 2088:2000. Francais 11-20 Concu et fabrique en Nouvelle-Zelande par Mountain Buggy Ltd. Fabrique par Tritec Manufacturing Ltd, une societe certifiee ISO 9001. Modeles conformes a la BS 7409:1996, AS/NZS 2088:2000. Deutsch 21-30 Entwickelt und hergestellt in Neuseel

Mountain Buggy Stroller

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Category: Stroller

Mountain Buggy SS150

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Category: Stroller

WARNING: Never place child in stroller with their head forward and feet rearward unless the child is in an approved infant car seat and it is mounted correctly to the stroller using the specially designed car seat adapter bar. See step 9 in the instruction manual. WARNING: Avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out. Always use seat belt. WARNING: Never leave child unattended. WARNING: Never use this stroller with roller skates or in-line skates. WARNING: Never allow stroller to be used as

Mountain Buggy SS100

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Category: Stroller

Step 7. Adjusting Handle Height While pushing both handle buttons in, rotate handle to the desired height (Figure G). Step 8. Proper use of Seat Belt, Shoulder Straps, and Recline WARNING: Avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out. Always use seat belt. 1. Place child in stroller seat. Make sure T-shield is between the child’s legs. 2. When child is seated, place shoulder straps over the child’s shoulders and clip onto the waist ring. 3. Buckle the T-shield buckles into the side waist buc

Mountain Buggy SB150

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Category: Stroller

Raise handle until the side latches snap onto the locking pegs (Picture A). Shoulder Straps Check side latches to ensure they are locked in place; if they are not locked in place push down on latches (Picture B). Lift up on the front belly bar until it snaps into place (Picture C). Head Rest Locking Peg Waist Strap Front Wheel Side Latches Handle Rear Brake Without Wheel Rear Pouch CB Head Rest Side Latch Locking Peg Belly Bar Side Latches (not latched) 2 To lower belly bar pull forward on the s





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