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    Britax B-Agile Travel System

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    Britax B-Agile and B-Safe Travel System, Black:Amazon:Baby

    So we have pretty much decided on this travel system! Finally!

    Do any of you have it? The reviews online are great and the sales person at the store showed us several brands and types but recommended this one by far.




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    Easy to install, fits nicely in cars (despite its size), easy to use. Moderately price. It fits teeny tiny babies really well, and big ones.


    ETA- I would recommend before buying new seats to check on the fb group car seats for the littles or on car-seat.org. It sounds like you got a really good sales person this time who knew what they were talking about but 98% of the time, they don't know anything
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    I'm looking at the double stroller version of this and just love the looks and everything. Once you get it, please post real pictures of you using it and the seat, too
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    Oooooo ahhhhh I've only heard good things about it
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    Thats the one I wanted but we decided to go with a snap n go stroller for the carseat I wanted. I have seen people with them and they look pretty compact, I didn't want to drag around HUGE stroller with a big carseat sitting in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huladangelo View Post
    I'm looking at the double stroller version of this and just love the looks and everything. Once you get it, please post real pictures of you using it and the seat, too
    I wanted the double version of this more the I wanted chocolate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac N Cheese View Post
    I wanted the double version of this more the I wanted chocolate
    do it!
    I'm torn between the few that I posted in my thread. I won't be buying anything until I can play with and see them in person but from opinions and pictures, I'm leaning toward the Britax
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    I was floored when we went to the store. It is SO easy to fold the stroller and carry it and it's not bulky at all. The car seat is super easy to install also, it's fairly light, and I've really only heard good things about it.

    I was very torn between getting an infant seat/stroller combo and getting a convertible seat plus a stroller, but this looks like it'll be the easiest thing for me the first few months and the stroller is good up to 55lbs so we will only end up replacing the car seat after several months.




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    I have it, and love it. Especially the stroller. You really can open/close it with one hand. Super simple. We go for walks each day, and it rides over grass and gravel really well. I love that it turns so easily. That makes it a life saver when going through doors that you have to hold open as you one-handedly steer the stroller through.
    I put the stroller together by myself in about 15 minutes. Too easy.
    The car seat fits well in my car (crv). The only two things that I can find to complain about with the car sear is that when C was born, I felt like she was too small to get the shoulder straps to fit well over her shoulders. It was like the straps were too broad for her narrow shoulders. She wasn't even a small baby (7lb), so I don't know if I was doing something wrong or expecting too much in terms of fit. Now that she is 10lbs, they fit fine, and its much easier to strap her in now. Secondly, it is hard for me to carry the seat because its heavy and awkward. I'm not sure if I would find another seat any easier, but that's my biggest compliant with this one. I look like I'm struggling when I carry her in it.

    Overall, pros far outweigh the cons. Definitely glad we chose this one!
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