Lightweight holiday stroller from Britax

britax holiday

Your travel with baby needs are sorted – with this new lightweight holiday stroller from Britax

Britax Römer has luanched a brand new pushchair for the holiday season – the aptly named Britax Holiday.

Perfect for a city break or for taking with you on the plane or in the car, the Holiday can be used for babies from six months of age up to aorund three years and is one of the lightest pushchairs on the market, weighing just five kilograms.

It’s also very compact and folds down to just 60 x 25.5cm, is freestanding when folded and has a handy carrying strap. Heading out in the car? Slip it into the boot along with your luggage. Quick trip by train or Eurostar? No problem, just pop it on the overhead luggage rack. It can even fit in the overhead lockers on planes.

Best of all, it can be can be easily folded or unfolded with one easy, swift motio, so whatever your holiday throws at you, it will be one less thing to worry about.

There’s a hood with sun visor, plus ventilation mesh on both sides of the seat for warmer weather and a large basket with a five-kilogram weight capacity for all your travel essentials.

The front wheels swivel to make steering a breeze and the five-point safety harness can be easily adjusted as your child grows through three positions.

It comes in a soft brushed fabric in five colours on the canopy and harness padswith contrasting black seat that is durable and washable.

britax holidayRainer Stäbler, Managing Director EMEA, Britax Römer, commented, “We developed the Britax Holiday to provide parents and children with a fun, stylish, lightweight travel companion that provides Britax Römer quality on both every day, local journeys as well as travels to faraway destinations.”

 

Read our latest review of the Britax Advansafix III SICT car seat, suitable from nine months to 11 years.

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