Britax B-Agile R – Your stylish buggy for comfort and mobility on the go
Looking for the ultimate combination of comfort, agility and style? Check out B-AGILE R! Its slim design and clever one-handed fold make using it a joy. Plus, the softly padded lie-flat seat unit and hard-wearing rubber tyres deliver a comfortable and undisturbed ride for your little one whilst the leather-look handle and bumper bar complete the premium look.
Explore with ease
B-AGILE R has a super slim base with a width of only 56 cm and folds to a very compact, freestanding unit that fits in most cars.
Enjoy the comfort
The softly padded seat unit adjusts easily from upright to lie-flat and offers ample space for your child.
Every day flexibility
Your B-AGILE R can be adapted to your needs from the very first day. The seat is compatible with a soft carrycot, or you can attach an infant carrier or carrycot with optional adapters.
The raincover offers protection for your child from the wind and rain while travelling in their pushchair. Easy to attach, it features ventilation holes for better air circulation and a window for quick and easy access to your child.
With our one-handed pull fold mechanism you can quickly and easily fold your pushchair, leaving your other arm free to hold your child. The automatic fold lock ensures it remains locked until you want to use it again. And because it’s freestanding when folded, the fabric stays clear of the dirty ground.
The cup holder easily fits onto either side of the pushchair so you can keep a drink for you or your child at hand while you’re on the go. It keeps the drink upright, preventing spills and allowing you to keep your hands free.
The adjustable backrest and calf support offer a range of positions that range from a lie-flat position for a newborn, to customisable seating positions for a resting toddler. Whether they’re sleeping soundly or sitting up, you’ll easily be able to keep them comfortable.
This pushchair is suitable for children from birth up to a weight of 22 kg or 4 years, whichever comes first.