Britax B-Agile Review

The assembly of the Britax B-Agile is very easy.  Take it out of the box, snap in the wheels, pull the handle up and pop open.  The unfold/fold is easy as well.  To unfold unclip the lock on the side grab the handle and pull up.  Everything pops into place.  The fold can easily be done one handed while holding your baby.


The push in the grey button on the side till it clicks grab the handle on the seat and lift.  The seat will fold in half and the locking clip will click itself into place.


The B-Agile folds down so small it can fit into pretty much any trunk, even a Mini Cooper!  In all fairness, this is with one wheel removed, but it fit!


The seat itself is surprisingly deep and wide making it especially comfortable for larger toddlers.



The canopy has a peekaboo window and a built in canopy extender that gives a lot of coverage.  There is also a good sized detachable storage pocket.

the B-Agile is also available in 3 other colors besides the red shown.  Black, Kiwi, Sandstone.


The B-Agile has an infinite recline settings allowing the seat to lay completely down.  The seat can be adjusted down with a single hand but does require 2 hands to sit back up.
There is also a zipper on the back of seat that gives access to the 5-point harness straps allowing for easy adjustment without having to rethread the straps.

The B-Agile stroller is compatible with the Chaperone infant car seat and the B-Safe infant car seat using the integrated CLICK & GO system.  It’s compatible with Graco, Chicco, and Peg Perego infant car seats with an adaptor which is sold separately.

The B-Agile can be used from birth until the child is 55 pounds.  The B-Agile weighs 16.5 pounds and has a brake that is easy to operate, even when wearing sandals.