Nico – be active
Nico stroller is lightweight and easy to fold. Thanks to that combination transporting it and keeping it in the apartment is easy. Its attractive design and availability of many colour versions is its big advantage.
Functional seat unit
Pneumatic tires and a suspension hardness regulation maximizes comfort for your child while strolling. Seat unit can be attached facing towards you or away from you. Stop&Go brake can be easily operated without scratching surface of your shoe.
In Bebetto strollers you can count on many innovation features provide maximum comfort while strolling. SAS is responsible for shock reduction while travelling on uneven surfaces, while the DMS remembers the position the wheel had before loosing touch with the ground.
5-point security belts are safe and comfy for your child – no matter what his or hers height is. Barrier is a support for your child’s hands. Backrest and footrest adjustment allows your child to sit in comfortable position. UV50+ upholstery protects your child from harmful sunrays. Hood can be deattached if it’s too warm inside it.
Carrycot – optionally
After attaching Nico carrycot to a frame, you can get a 2in1 pram. Thanks to the convenient and intuitive montage its installation takes just a few minutes. After unveiling the ventilation net you give an additional transfer of air inside the stroller. Multilevel adjustment lets you put your child in a comfortable position. UV50+ upholstery protects your child from the harmful sunrays.
Carrycot comes with a capacious changing bag. It can be comfortably attached on a frame or you can carry it on your shoulder. Bag has many pockets and that’s why it keeps your essentials in order.
Car seats on frames
Bebetto strollers are compatible with Bobostello adapters, that let you install car seat on almost every brand on a Bebetto frame. Backlash reduction system and adjustment of an inclination angle – those are really innovative factors which let you transport your child in an optimal position (lying – for a child up to 6 months old, and seating – for a child that can seat independently).