- 2 Position Recline
- 5 Point Harness
- Compact, self-standing fold
- Built-in car seat adapter
- Rear wheel suspension
- Lockable front wheels
- Adjustable leg rest
- Flip out sun visor
Lightweight at 13 lbs and measuring just 22" x 12" x 20" when folded, this lightweight travel stroller meets carry on luggage restrictions for planes, trains and automobiles. In addition, the Mountain Buggy Nano is car seat compatible - traveling can't get easier, can it?<br><br>
NEW FOR 2016:<br>
- Large extendable canopy (actual canopy replacing mesh visor)
- Lie flat seat with use of new soft-shell cocoon carrycot (sold separately)
- Wheel width slightly slimmer (22" to 21")
- Seat back flap now has new mesh and solid cover option. Previous version had an open back and mesh on the sides.
The Following car seats are compatible with the Nano:
- Mountain Buggy Protect
- Phil&Teds Alpha
- Graco Snugride Click Connnect 22 + 35
- Peg Perego Primo Viaggio
- Maxi-Cosi Pebble
- Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix
- Maxi-Cosi Mico
- Safe 'n' Sound Unity
- Chicco Keyfit
Age range: newborn - max load (with car seat)
6 months - max load (without car seat)
Product weight : 5.9kg / 13lbs
Maximum load : 20kg / 44lb
Width: 56cm / 22"
Stand fold: height: 51.5cm / 20" Depth: 30cm / 12" Width: 56cm / 22"
Handlebar height: 98cm / 38.5"
Safety certified: EN1888:2012 - EuropeASTM F833-13 - USAAS/NZS 2088:2013, CPN 8 of 2007 - Australia and New ZealandSOR/85-379 - Canada
- Additional Info
Product Code 102506 Brand Mountain Buggy Suitable for 6 Months to 20kg Video
Customer Reviews 7 item(s)
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It’s so compact it can fit behind the seventh seat in my car which is a must with a large family, it’s a absolute dream to push with one hand and the basket is surprisingly larger than I thought. The only down fall would be the canopy doesn’t offer much shade coverage but you can get an umbrella that attaches to the MB nano.
I also bought the snack tray but my son is able to kick it off so it’s not very useful MB should probably make it wil Velcro straps so you can attach and remove when needed.
Overall I would definitely recommend this stroller.
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