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Every professional sport favors a certain body type. Think of how a basketball player (extremely tall, skinny) looks next to a baseball player (compact, muscular) looks next to a football player (generally massive) looks next to a soccer player (looks great in shorts). It’s the same with strollers: their body type is tailored for their specific purpose and performance.
The Britax B-Agile Stroller is a lightweight stroller that’s tailored for heavy use. It’s light enough for daily errands and compact enough for car trunks, but it has plenty of comfort and tons of room for a growing child, and it’s great for tall parents. Let’s review the features:
For storage on the go, the Britax B-Agile stroller has a roomy basket that you can access from the sides, and if you and your child need more room for your stuff, you can purchase a child tray with a cupholder, or a parent cupholder for you.
Whatever your sport may be, the Britax B-Agile Stroller has great all-around function and a minimum of fuss. Parents agree: it’s a winner.
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Durable, Sturdy, Comfortable, Lightweight, Easy To Steer
No cup holder
This stroller is great! We are a military family and we have done a lot of traveling with this stroller. It's great for you if your on the go. We've had both City Mini and Britax B-Agile and the truth be told we love them both.
This is clearly a case of copying the Baby Jogger City Mini and a poor imitation at best. It may look all warm and fuzzy on the outside with its lower price point and slightly better bigger and more updated stats but I can assure you, once taken apart, this stroller is filled with cheap plastic and poor workmanship. I'm really surprised that Britax, known for their wonderful car seats, would stoop this low.