Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black

Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black
Updated on : May 19, 2013
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Britax Second Seat for B-Prepared Stroller, Black

Britax Second Seat for B-Prepared Stroller, Black

  • Appropriate from birth/up to 35 pounds
  • Effortlessly converts B-prepared stroller to an in-line double in seconds
  • 4 position seat recline
  • Large canopy with ventilation window
  • Stroller folds with second youngster seat attached

Turn your Britax B-Ready™ single stroller into a double stroller, with just 1 fast click! This Britax second seat offers kids a quite comfy ride, with a 4-position reclining seat, generous canopy with venilation window, and built-in seat suspension. And you can fold your B-Prepared stroller with each seats attached! Contains five-point harness with three harness heights. Supports newborns-35 lbs. Imported. Hand wash Second Seat weight: six lbs. Dimensions: Maximum: 23″L x 18″W x 22 1/2H Seat Location: 9″D x 13″W seat back height: 18″ should width: 13″ About Britax Britax is recognized the globe over for its security innovations, precision German engineering, and luxurious attributes. Committed to youngster safety, Britax is the only vehicle seat manufacturer with 5 crash sled facilities. Britax’ rigid testing procedures let their goods to exceed U.S. safety standards – and meet ultra-tough European and Canadian requirements. Britax subjects its car seats to the most rigorous testing in the industry, and conducts twice as considerably testing as necessary by law!Made to match very easily and securely, the BRITAX B-Ready Second Seat (Black) allows you to convert the B-Prepared Stroller (sold separately) from a single to an in-line, double stroller–and back again–in a matter of seconds. The padded, 5-point harness with three harness heights supplies a safe, comfy ride. Packed with parent-friendly characteristics for added comfort, the seat is acceptable for infants from birth up to 35 pounds.

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The Second Seat (Black)
For the B-Prepared Stroller

At a Glance:

  • Age/Weight Specifications: From birth up to 35 pounds

  • Warranty: Limited 2-year warranty
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Britax 2nd Seat for the B-Ready Stroller

Functions a 5-point padded harness with three height positions for optimum security. View bigger.
Britax B-Ready Stroller Swatches

Pick from 4 diverse colors.
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Britax 2nd Seat for the B-Ready Stroller

A 4-position seat recline permits for supreme riding comfort.

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Simply Converts a Single Stroller to a Double
The B-Ready Second Seat enables you to swiftly accommodate two young children in a matter of seconds. Whether or not you want to use it with the B-Prepared Top Seat, B-Ready Bassinet, B-Prepared Stroller, or CHAPERONE Infant Automobile Seat (all sold separately), the sturdy and durable Second Seat clicks in to place in a matter of seconds. Best for outings with twins or siblings, the Second Seat makes it possible for you to convert back and forth from single to double stroller without any hassle.

Security and Comfort Features
With a padded, five-point harness, the Second Seat provides safety for your youngster. The harness delivers 3 height positions for your expanding youngster, although the built-in seat suspension supplies a smooth, comfortable ride.

For additional versatility, the four-position recline allows you to tilt back the stroller’s seat when your kid falls asleep in the course of a lengthy walk. A huge canopy with a sun visor blocks harmful UV rays from reaching your child’s sensitive skin, and a ventilation window provides circulation so your kid will ride in comfort.

Folds Easily for Storage
Excellent for busy parents and caregivers, the Second Seat permits you to fold the B-Ready Stroller with the Second Seat intact–a thoughtful, time-saving feature.

Straightforward to Clean Obtainable in a Variety of Designs
The Second Seat is produced from sturdy components and is effortless to wipe clean with a damp cloth. It really is offered in a choice of bold, strong colors, including Black, Red, Green, and Silver, to fit your taste and preference.

The BRITAX B-Ready Second Seat is backed by a restricted two-year warranty.

What’s in the Box
A single BRITAX B-Ready Second Seat, extension adapters, and instruction guide.



Britax B-Ready Stroller
The B-Ready sytem assists you adapt to the altering needs of your expanding loved ones.


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Question by carlyn p: What is the slimmest/not that bulky convertible car seat?
I’m looking at the cosco alpha omega elite, Or Britax…..

Ideal answer:

Answer by bluekrys20
britax is the ideal by far. my daughter had the roundabout and the regent

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What customers say about Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black

  1. Justbooking says:
    48 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    The City Select is better for twins – higher weight limit than Britax, June 16, 2011
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    Justbooking
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    This review is from: Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black (Baby Product)

    With three kids under four, including twins, I’ve had my fair share of double strollers. The Baby Jogger City Select and the Britax B -Ready look very similar, but they’re not when used in doubles mode. Which stroller is better really depends on the age of your kids. For my twins or different age kids, I found the City Select had more advantages. However, if your kids are not close in age or weight, the Britax is worth looking at.

    Some considerations:

    * The City Select stroller was Baby Gizmo’s top tandem stroller in 2010 — the 2011 model has been redesigned with deeper and firmer seats, improving an already excellent stroller. The Britax B-Ready is a first-generation stroller and still has some areas that could be improved upon.

    * Of the two, the City Select is a better stroller for twins because of the 45 lb. max weight allowance for each of its full-size seats (child weight + baggage for a total of 90 lbs max for the stroller), foot wells that expand to 10.5 inches and large canopies that raise up to 24″, allowing you to use it all the way up till your children are age 4 or 5. The Britax only has one full size seat as the second seat has a lower weight capacity.

    * The Britax B-Ready is a good option if you have two kids of different ages (1 & 3 for example) given the different weight limits on its seats. If you have twins, you’ll be limited by the second seat’s 35 lbs. weight capacity and a 22″ canopy, to about 3 years old – only one child will be able to ride in the stroller past this weight, which is Ok if one of them has outgrown the stroller – if not, this could be an issue (I still use my City Select stroller for long outings with my 4 1/2 year old).

    * Another important consideration is that the handle on the City Select extends from 39″ to 41″, whereas the handle on the Britax B-Ready does not. This comes in very handy for taller parents, when you raise the canopy on the upper seat (when stadium seating) to give you additional clearance, or when hanging a diaper bag with the seats in the rear-facing position, so the baby is not kicking it.

    * The City Select offers more clearance for walking with the second seat in than the Britax

    * Both seats recline on the Britax forward facing, but the second seat is not reversible. On the City Select, both seats are reversible, but they recline fully only in the rear-facing position (with lots of leg room). I actually prefer this configurations as twins are people-magnets and when they are facing towards me and napping it’s easier for people to stay away.

    * You can hang a larger than average diaper bag (like the LaLassig Messenger Eco-Friendly Diaper Bag) from the handle with two seats in the City Select. (Note: the stroller handle says not to but because of the weight distribution I haven’t had any problems).

    * The City Select allows for 16 configurations including two car seats or two carrycots (Britax only has 14)

    * The Britax B-Ready has a more compact footprint than the City Select, a plus if you don’t mind the handle that doesn’t extend or are not a tall parent.

    * For the City Select – handling curbs can be challenging with double strollers like these but if you pull the stroller backwards up the curb, it’s actually easier than most strollers because of the large back wheels. It hasn’t been an issue for me.

    Some similarities between the two strollers:

    * Similar width at 26″

    * Huge storage basket in both.

    * Tires that handle all surfaces well, indoors and out. It’s worth mentioning that neither stroller is meant for jogging.

    * The City Select with the second seat weighs 33 lbs., similar to Britax’s 36 lb weight, less than iCandy’s hefty 44 lbs.

    * Both have the same recline mechanism on the seats.

    * Easy fold for both. With the Britax, you can leave both seats in and fold quickly. With the City Select, both seats need to be in stadium seating, fully upright with the foot wells folded down as far back as they will go (not horizontal), and then you can fold it with both seats. Honestly, it’s a lot easier and faster to just pop off the seats and fold the frame (plus it fits in most cars because it’s very compact).

    * For the City Select, the “Baby Jogger City Select Second Seat Attachment Brackets” are sold separately if needed on mystrollers dot com (for example, if you lose one). You do not have to buy the whole second seat.

    * Neither stroller is appropiate for babies 0-6 months (even if they recline fully, it’s in a “V” shape as the whole seat tilts). If you live in a city, you may find that a single snap-n-go/ infant seat with an Ergo carrier for the 2nd baby (w insert #2 for babies 0-4 months) is the easiest way to get around for the first year. A double snap n go is even better, and will allow you to use infant car seats so they can nap…

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  2. Greatlakes says:
    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very sturdy and roomy seat!, March 12, 2011
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    This review is from: Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black (Baby Product)

    I’m very pleased with my Britax B-Ready Stroller, and the second seat is amazing! I used to have a Phil and Ted’s Dash, but my 2-year-old was starting to get too big for the second seat already.. I’m very glad Britax has added the sun canopy for the second seat – Phil and Ted’s only has it in some models.

    The seat is very roomy and it’s wider than the toddler seat, yet shorter. My 2-year-old fits there with all his winter gear on with no problem. He wants to ride in the bottom instead of the bigger seat, actually :)

    Very high quality seat – very easy to put on and take off. Also — IT RECLINES!! It goes all the way flat so my newborn can take his naps there when I use the stroller as a double. I Highly recommend this seat and the whole Britax B-Ready-system.

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  3. C. Lorenz says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great add-on to the B-Ready stroller., April 4, 2011
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    C. Lorenz
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    This review is from: Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Black (Baby Product)

    After much research and many test drives we settled on the Britax B-Ready stroller with this 2nd seat. After a couple months and lots of walks and trips to the mall and zoo we are still very pleased with our choice.

    The Britax 2nd seat sets itself apart from some of the comparable Phil & Teds models we looked at in that it has a sun canopy, it reclines, and you can fold the stroller with the rumble seat attached. Being able to fold the stroller without taking this seat off was a MUST for me. I’ve got my hands plenty full as it is and didn’t want to need to be disassembling a stroller in a parking lot in the rain/snow/heat. The recline feature is fantastic for my now 4mo old. She loves to sit up while she’s awake, but when she falls asleep the recline is very smooth, quiet, and easy. The sun shade could be larger. It doesn’t cover all that well when the seat is reclined, but it’s sure better than nothing!

    I would definitely buy the B-Ready and this 2nd seat again and I find myself recommending it often. We are always getting stopped by passerby as it is a very sleek and unique design.

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  4. Fredy Kaleso says:

    Nice stroller

  5. intelliGENeration says:

    Hi, is it hard to walk when you have the second seat in the back? It seems like you’re constantly going to be kicking it…

  6. iFzeL31 says:

    Good stroller!

  7. lisathrillers says:

    This is a great review.. thank you for convincing me what to get. i just found one britax for $160 off original price. send me a message if you want to know where i am going to get mine.

  8. Indie says:

    Britax is great, but its definitely not slim. We got a Sunshine Kids Radian. It allows you to rear face and forward face with a 5 point harness longer than your average seat and it is very slim. We love ours and getting one allowed us to fit 3 seats in a sedan. (2 Britax, 1 Radian)

  9. Kak22 says:

    Sunshine Kids Radian is the narrowest seat. Run far away from the Alpha Omega! From a car seat tech:

    Cosco Alpha Omega/Eddie Bauer 3n1/Safety 1st Enspira- This seat bills itself as the last car seat you will ever need. It’s not true! This seat is often difficult to use and having confusing instructions. It can be used rear facing from 5-35 pounds, which is a plus, and from 22-40 pounds AND over a year of age forward facing, plus as a booster from 30-100 pounds AND over a year of age. It cannot be tethered rear facing and is not lined with EPS foam. It costs between $ 100-$ 200, depending on the model.
    So why it is less recommended?
    It’s hard to use
    It has extremely low top slots so most children outgrow it VERY early
    It is difficult to use as a booster and the belt guides can introduce slack
    It does not adjust taller for booster use
    It is very expensive
    It fails government testing for head excursion when used forward facing without the top tether

    We have 2 Britax Marathons and love them!



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