Maclaren Grand Tour LX 2008 Pram

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Maclaren Grand Tour LX 2008 Pram
owner’s manual
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go see the world
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contents of carton
frame + wheels
soft carry cot
raincover
mosquito net
convertible seat with
bumper / armbar, headhugger
and shoulder pads
hood
storage cover
shopping net + bag
cupholder
dashbag (organiser)
console with clock and
temperature gauge
strollometer®
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10
open the
product
attach the seat
instructions for use
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13
8 – 9
attach the hood
operate the brake
attach the
bumper arm bar
operate the front
wheel swivel units
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14
recline the seat
adjust the shoulder straps
general information and safety
soft carry cot – warnings
maintenance and repair
washing and care instructions
adjust the
handle height
operate the
harness
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operate the lights
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change the battery
IMPORTANT
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USE AND KEEP THEM FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. YOUR CHILD’S
SAFETY MAY BE AFFECTED IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
ALL OPERATIONS SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT WITH THE PARKING BRAKE APPLIED – SEE SECTION 7
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instrument panel
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attach / detach
the strollometer®
remove the front
wheel swivel unit
fold the stroller
remove / replace
the front
and rear wheels
fit the shopping net
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24
fit the raincover
and mosquito net
remove and refit
the seat cover
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25
attach the
dashbag organiser
storage cover
fit the cup -holder
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fit the carrycot
standard warranty information
lift the
headhugger and
shoulder pads
maclaren sovereign warranty
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general information and safety
WARNING:
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY FROM FALLING
OR SLIDING OUT.
ALWAYS USE THE SEAT HARNESS.
WARNING:
• The stroller should always open and fold easily. Do not force
it. It may be necessary to re-read the instructions.
• Negotiate curbs and rough ground carefully. Repeated
impact will cause damage to the stroller.
• Never allow children to stand on the footrest.
• Do not leave the stroller exposed to heat i.e. by a radiator or
in direct sunlight.
• This stroller is not suitable for running or skating.
NEVER LEAVE CHILD UNATTENDED.
IMPORTANT THIS VEHICLE IS SUITABLE FOR ONE CHILD
UP TO A MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF 44” AND WEIGHT OF 65lbs.
• Follow all instructions carefully. Incorrect use will cause
damage to stroller.
• NOTE: A CHILD’S SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
• IMPORTANT - It is important for your child’s safety
that the harness be correctly fitted and adjusted. If not
adjusted correctly in accordance with the instructions the stability of the stroller will be impaired.
• Strangulation Hazard: Child can strangle in loose straps.
NEVER leave child in the product when straps are loose or undone.
• The harness and seat belt are not a substitute for proper
adult supervision.
• For extra safety ‘D’ rings are provided for the attachment of
a separate, full harness.
• The child should be clear of moving parts while making
adjustments.
soft carry cot – warnings
WARNING:
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS
AND INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
THE SOFT CARRY COT IS SUITABLE
ONLY FOR A CHILD WHO CANNOT SIT
UP UNAIDED, ROLL OVER AND CANNOT
PUSH ITSELF UP ON ITS HANDS AND
KNEES. MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF CHILD:
9 KG. / 19.8 LB.
fall hazard:
To help prevent falls do not use this soft carry cot when the
infant begins to push up on hands and knees or has reached
the manufacturers recommended maximum weight of 9kg,
whichever occurs first.
• IMPORTANT - DANGER: It is important that great care is taken to ensure that children are kept well clear of the
suffocation hazard:
stroller when folding or unfolding the product. Finger traps and scissoring actions are unavoidable during Infants can suffocate on soft bedding.
these operations.
• Never add a mattress, pillow, comforter, or padding. Use
• Do not carry additional children, goods or accessories in
only the product provided.
or on this stroller except as permitted in this leaflet.
•
To reduce the risk of SIDS, pediatricians recommend healthy
They may cause a hazardous unstable condition to exist.
infants be placed on their backs to sleep, otherwise advised
• IMPORTANT: Any load attached to the handle affects the
by your physician.
stability of the pushchair.
• Do not use a sheet unless it is fitted to the size of the
• Overloading, incorrect folding and the use of accessories,
carry cot and securely attached. Loose sheets pose a risk
e.g. child seats, bag hooks, rain covers, buggy boards, etc.,
of suffocation.
other than those approved by Maclaren may damage or
•
Strings can cause strangulation! Do not place items with
break this vehicle.
a string around the child’s neck, such as hood strings or
• Any damage caused by the use of accessories not
pacifyer cords. Do not suspend strings over the soft carrycot
supplied by Maclaren will not be covered by the terms
or attach strings to toys.
of our warranty.
• Use only in the GRAND TOUR on a firm, horizontal level
• Never leave child in the stroller when ascending or
and dry surface.
descending stairs or escalators or when traveling on other
• Do not place the carrycot on an elevated surface.
forms of transport.
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maintenance and repair
• Never use the carry cot on a stand.
• Do not use a separate mattress in the carry cot.
• Carry cot should not be used for sleeping for long periods.
• Carrycot must be connected to the pushchair by the two
side clips before placing your child in it.
• The carrycot must not be used without all stiffeners installed.
• Use a harness when transporting your child in this carrycot
(Harness purchased separately) and the cover should always
be zipped into place when carrying the child.
• Do not let other children play unattended near the
soft carry cot.
• Do not use if any part is broken, torn or missing.
• Inspect handles and bottom regularly for signs of
damage and wear.
• NEVER leave child unattended.
• Be aware of the risk of open fire and other sources of
strong heat, such as electric bar fires, gar fires etc., in the
vicinity of the carry cot.
strangulation hazard:
• Child can strangle in loose straps. NEVER leave child in
the product when straps are loose or undone. Do not allow
the carry-straps to fall inside the carrycot.
• Take care to hold the Soft Carry Cot by BOTH handles.
• This transport system requires regular maintenance by
the user.
• Regularly check all rivets and connecting devices for
tightness and security.
• Inspect all brakes, wheels and tyres and replace or repair
if necessary.
• Check all safety devices for correct operation, in particular
the primary and secondary locks. These should be free
to move at all times.
• Never continue to use a product that is not structurally sound.
• We recommend a service every 12 months.
• If wheels squeak, lubricate sparingly with WD40 Teflon
or silicone coating.Do NOT use oil or grease based products,
as this will attract dirt, which will clog the movement.
• Only Maclaren replacement parts should be used. It
may be unsafe to use replacement parts other than those
supplied by Maclaren.
washing and care instructions
• Clean the frame with a damp cloth and a mild detergent
and dry thoroughly, do not use abrasives.
• The Soft Carry Cot should NOT be used to transport your
child in a car. It is NOT designed as an Infant Car Seat.
• If the stroller chassis parts have been exposed to salt water
we recommend that they be rinsed down with fresh (tap)
water as soon as possible afterwards.
IMPORTANT Read the instructions carefully before use
and keep them for future reference.
• The hood may be sponged lightly using a damp cloth and
mild detergent.
• The seat cover and other softgoods may be washed by
following the directions on the care label attached to the
item. Ensure all items are dried thoroughly before replacing
or using them on the product. Failure to dry the fabrics
thoroughly could lead to the formation of mildew.
• The soft carrycot may be washed by unfastening the Velcro
strips on the 5 stiffener pockets – Remove the stiffeners –
wash the fabric body following the directions on the fabric
care label affixed to the fabric – ensure the Soft Carry Cot
body is thoroughly dry. The padding may still be wet when
the face fabric feels dry. Failure to dry the fabrics thoroughly
could lead to the formation of mildew – when thoroughly
dry, insert the stiffeners into the pockets and seal the pockets
with the Velcro. The carrycot must not be used without all
stiffeners installed.
Maclaren reserves the right to make design changes to any of their
products as part of their continuous development programme.
This product is designed and manufactured to comply with ASTM
F833:07a Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification
for Carriages and Strollers, The Soft Carry Cot is designed
and manufactured to comply with EN1466;2004 EN1888:2003
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1 to open the product
A Push the locking lever down.
B Lift the handle until it “CLICKS” into the fully up
position. This will automatically engage both
primary and secondary locks.
IMPORTANT Ensure that all locking devices are
engaged before use.
A
B
2 to attach the seat
This seat must only be used with the GRAND
TOUR LX chassis and is suitable for use when
your child can sit up unaided.
NOTE The seat may be fitted in either the
forward facing or rearward facing position.
A Lower the seat, ensuring the seat attachment
pegs enter the corresponding holes in the
frame, until both sides “CLICK” into position.
B IMPORTANT Check that the seat unit attachment
devices are correctly engaged before using
the GT. To test, pull up on the seat once you have
installed it.
A
B
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3 to attach the hood
A Ensure the rear apron fabric of the hood is over
the back of the seat.
A
B
B Slide the hood fully onto BOTH
corresponding pegs.
C To open the hood push the front hood forward.
D Push down on the hood tensioners to brace
the hood.
E To open the front visor pull the visor panel
forward.
C
D
E
F Unzip for ventilation.
G To remove, close the hood and pull up to slide
the hood from the pegs on the seat.
F
4 to attach the bumper arm bar
A Using the bar itself, push in BOTH tabs.
G
A
B Slide the bar upwards into the tracks until BOTH
sides “CLICK” into position. Pull the bar to check
for a secure attachment.
C To remove, press BOTH catches at the side of
the seat and keep depressed, slide the bar down
the tracks.
IMPORTANT Test that the Bumper Bar is firmly
fixed before transporting your child. DO NOT lift
your child in the GRAND TOUR LX or in the seat
alone using the Bumper Bar. It is NOT designed
to function as a carry handle. The bar is not a
substitution for the safety harness which should
ALWAYS be used when the child is in the seat.
The product is delivered with two covers for the
tracks to give a neat appearance to the stroller
when the bumper bar has been removed – they
are attached and removed by following the
same procedure in A-C above.
B
C
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5 to recline the seat
Lift lever and tilt to desired position – 3 recline
positions are available.
Check for security before use.
6 to adjust the height of
the handle
A Press the two buttons on the handle arms.
B Raise or lower the handle until it “clicks” into
position at the required height.
The handle has 3 height positions.
NOTE It is important that the handle be adjusted to the same height on both sides of the stroller.
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B
B
A
A
7 to operate the brake
A To apply the brake press the centre pedal on the
lower cross bar down with your foot. Check
that the brake has been correctly applied before
leaving the stroller.
B To release the brake raise the centre pedal on
the lower cross bar with your foot.
IMPORTANT Apply the brake when putting your
child into or taking your child out of the stroller
and never leave the stroller unattended without
applying the brake. Always check to ensure
brake is applied.
8 to operate the front wheel
swivel units
Locked For rough ground
Unlocked For smooth ground
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9 to adjust the shoulder straps
The shoulder straps should be adjusted to suit
the size of your child. Ideally for the active child
the straps should enter the seat just below the
height of your child’s shoulders when sitting in
the upright position.
3 alternative positions are provided.
A Unzip the rear of the seat cover to gain access
to the back of the seat body.
A
B
C
D
B Twist buckle and thread to remove.
C Twist buckle to rethread at the selected height.
D Close the zip at the back of the seat.
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to operate the harness
WARNING:
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY FROM
FALLING OR SLIDING OUT. ALWAYS
USE THE CROTCH STRAP IN
COMBINATION WITH THE WAIST AND SHOULDER STRAPS.
A To release the harness press BOTH the front and
back of the buckle simultaneously.
B To fit the harness – Place the shoulder straps over the child’s shoulders and slide onto the waist clips if not already attached.
C Insert both waist clips into the clasp, shoulder
straps are secured once the clips are fastened.
D Adjust strap lengths. Belt and harness should
be snug. Re-adjust to suit the recline position
if necessary.
E ‘D’ rings are included for an additional harness,
if desired.
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A
A
11 to operate the lights
To use the lights for the first time it may be
necessary to remove the isolating strip in the
battery compartment - see instruction 12.
The lights are provided as a safety feature to
provide visibility of the stroller in the dark –
they will not light the way.
A To turn the lights ‘on’ use the on/off button
located beneath the footrest at the front of the
stroller – the lights will display as a continuous
white light.
B Pressing the “mode” button, also located on
the underside of the footrest, will change the
white light to an alternating white/red/green
flashing display.
C Pressing the mode button again will change the
display to a flashing red/green display.
D Pressing the mode button again will return to
display to a constant white light.
A remote operating unit is provided and may
be used to change sequence of the display as
described above.
NOTE The sensor for the remote beam is located
in one of the light units and it may be necessary
to angle the sensor to allow a direct line to the
sensor to give efficient operation. The remote
operating unit has a range of 6 m (10 ft). The
Remote Unit has a cord and clip attached which
may be attached, for safe keeping to the clip in
the pocket on the rear of the seat.
E To switch the lights ‘off’ either use the on/off
switch on the stroller or on the remote ‘button –
this automatically puts the lights on to a 24 hour
standby and activation by operating the on/off
button on either the footplate or the remote
during this period will resume the previous
mode. After this period the full sequence from
‘A’ above will need to be used. The mode may be
changed using either the mode button on the
footplate or the ‘+ button’ on the remote.
RECOMMENDATION When turning “off” the lights,
please make sure the “master ON/OFF” switch
beneath the footplate is used. This “powers down”
the entire electronic system so that no battery
“drainage” is incurred. The Remote Control unit
will not function when the entire system is
powered down.
If, however, this master switch is not used there is
an automatic “power down” function which kicks in
after 24 Hours of non-use.
Once the “master” ON/OFF switch beneath the
footplate is used to turn “OFF” the unit, the same
“master” ON/OFF” switch beneath the footplate
must be used to power “ON” the lights also allowing
the Remote Control unit to be used.
The normal function of the product may be
disturbed by Strong Electro Magnetic Interference.
If so, simply reset the product to resume normal
operation by following this instruction.
IMPORTANT Instruments and electrical components
are excluded from the Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™.
B
C
D
A
E
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12 to change the battery
NOTE Children should be kept clear when
changing batteries. Batteries, covers and isolating strips are small items which could constitute
a chocking hazard. Ensure covers are replaced
securely.
C
B
A
on the stroller:
A Unscrew the small screw on the lid of the
battery compartment underneath the footplate.
B Replace the battery using 3 x AAA non
rechargeable batteries, place the batteries in the correct position, using the diagram within
the compartment.
D
C Replace the battery compartment cover and
replace the fixing screw making sure that it is
fitted and sealed correctly.
E
on the remote unit:
D Press and slide the cover on the back of the
remote to remove the lid.
E Replace the old battery with a CR2032 cell
battery noting the correct position as shown on the back of the compartment.
F
F Replace the cover making sure that it is secure.
on the strollometer®: see separate instruction
on the strollometer® sensor:
Located on the right hand rear leg of the stroller
If sensor reception is poor OR the green light no
longer flashes on the sensor per wheel rotation,
it is time to change the sensor battery. It is best
to replace both the console and sensor batteries
when a low battery icon is displayed on the
console. To change the console battery, refer to
the separate Strollometer® instruction section.
to change the sensor battery:
Remove the adjacent rear wheel – see
instruction 15 – to give better access to
the sensor.
G
I
H
J
general battery care instructions:
• Do not try to re-charge non re-chargeable batteries.
• Use only the type of battery recommended in
this leaflet.
G Locate the circular cover on the R.H. rear leg of
the stroller.
• Ensure batteries are inserted with the correct polarity.
H Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise
until it is loose enough to remove.
• Do not short circuit the battery terminals.
• Always remove exhausted batteries from the product.
• Do not use re-chargeable batteries in the product.
I Insert a CR2450 lithium battery positive (+) side up. • Batteries should be disposed of separately to
household rubbish.
J Use a coin to twist the cover back on.
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13 instrument panel
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Two instruments are provided – a thermometer
and an analogue clock.
NOTE The clock has an accuracy of less than
30 seconds per month at normal temperature
range. The Thermometer has an accuracy of 2.5 ˚C at temperatures below 65 ˚C.
B
20 30
80
1
60
B To remove and replace the battery in the
clock – using the blade of small screwdriver, or
Afrom the body of the
similar tool, lever the back
clock. Replace the battery, noting the correct
polarity. Alternatively take the instrument to a
watch repairer for them to replace the battery.
Use only battery SR626SW (SEIZAIKEN).
50
40 0 120
0
-10 0
-20 20 4
1
0
0
A
D
A To remove the instruments press the back of
the instrument through the hole in the housing
behind the instrument.
0
20 30
80
1
60
50
40 0 120
0
Your Maclaren Grand Tour Transport System is
provided with useful instruments which can
be viewed by unclipping the hinged cover on
the housing in the centre of the handle.
-10 0
-20 20 4
1
0
0
C
C To set/reset the time – Remove and carefully
pull out the button on the side of the clock.
Turn the knob to adjust. When finished push the
knob firmly back into the body. (This operation
is similar to most watches)
NOTE The analogue thermometer does not
have a battery.
D Storage for small items.
It is recommended that all items be removed
when folding the product or if the stroller is left
unattended.
IMPORTANT Instruments and electrical
components are excluded from the Sovereign
Lifetime Warranty™.
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14 to attach / detach the strollometer®
A
A To attach slide on the hinged holder at the
top of the Instrument Panel until it “CLICKS”
into position.
B
B The hinged Strollometer® bracket should be
raised when the Strollometer® is in use and
hinged down behind the instrument panel
when not in use.
NOTE It is important that the Strollometer® be
folded down before folding the product.
C To remove, depress the small clip on the back
of the Strollometer® and slide from the carrier.
For operation of the Strollometer® see the
separate leaflet.
C
15 to remove / replace the front and
rear wheels
A Press the centre button and remove the wheel.
B To replace depress the button in the centre and
feed the wheel on to the axle. Push the wheel
until it clicks into position. Check that it is securely attached.
NOTE A wheel bag is provided to store the
wheels or to protect surrounding items if the
wheels are dirty.
A
B
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16 to remove the front wheel
swivel unit
The front swivel unit can be removed for easy
replacement or storage .
A To remove, press the round wire clip on the
underside of the swivel unit and simultaneously
remove the unit.
B To replace, push the unit fully on to the swivel
pin until it “CLICKS” into position.
A
B
17 to fit the shopping net
A
A Fold the stroller – see instruction 23.
B Remove mounting bar and thread through the
pocket in the net.
C Remount the bar to the rear legs.
B
D Clip the plastic clips to the pegs on the front legs.
A shopping bag, designed to fit into the
shopping net, is supplied. The shopping bag
has a toggle sewn to each corner that can be
attached to elastic loops on the front and rear
legs of the chassis. Bag can also be toggled
together for easy hand carrying.
Caution – This item is not a toy however it does contain magnets which are used as a closing fastener. Seek immediate medical
help if magnets are swallowed or inhaled!
NOTE The stroller may be folded without
removing the net although it is recommended
that the contents of the net be removed.
C
D
C
D
The maximum allowable loading for the
shopping net is 2kg (5lbs) uniformly distributed
– including the contents of the shopping bag.
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18 to fit the raincover and
mosquito net
A
The raincover and mosquito net will be found
in the pockets on the rear of the seat.
B
A Open the Hood fully and ensure the Visor is
folded back.
B Place the raincover/mosquito net over the
front hoop of the hood.
C Attach the raincover/mosquito net by the two
buttonholes to the hood pivot moulding.
D Attach the front of the raincover/mosquito net
to the pegs on the underside of the footplate
using the button-holes in the cover/net.
C
E Attach the lower of the clips on each side of
the raincover/ mosquito net to the holes in the
front swivel housing.
F When the seat is in the reverse facing position
carry out operations A to C but then attach
each of the upper clips on the side of the
raincover/ mosquito net to the holes provided
on each rear leg.
G Attach the unused lower clips to cover
button holes.
Unhook the cover before folding the product.
Both the raincover and the mosquito net
may be stored in the two elasticated pockets
on the back of the seat cover.
IMPORTANT Max allowable total loading for
these pockets – 0.5 kg (1.1lbs).
D
E
F
G
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19 to attach the dashbag organiser
Pass the Velcro straps around the handle
tubes and thread through the loops. Seal the
Velcro to itself to secure the dashbag.
IMPORTANT NOTE The maximum load that
should be carried by the dashbag organiser is 1 kg (2.2 lbs).
A shoulder strap is provided which can be
clipped to the dashbag organiser when it is
removed from the handle, for use as a
shoulder bag.
A
B
20 to fit the cup-holder
A To fit pull up on the slide and feed the holder
on to the tube. It is recommended that the slider
mechanism be located on top of the tube.
B Ensure the cup holder is in the upright position
by depressing the button and rotating the
body, releasing the button when the correct
orientation is reached.
CAUTION Do NOT carry hot drinks in the cupholder at any time. Spillage of hot contents
could harm your child.
A
B
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21 to fit the carrycot
B
This Soft Carrycot must only be used with the
GRAND TOUR LX chassis and is suitable for a new
born baby.
A Ensure the seat is in the rear facing, fully reclined
position and the bumper bar is removed.
B Lay the Soft Carry Cot into the seat with the head at
the top of the seat ensuring the carry straps are also
laid into the seat and are not accessible to the child.
A
C Before placing your child in the cot, attach the two
mouldings on the straps of the Soft Carry Cot to
the bumper bar fixings on the side of the seat by
depressing the button and sliding the fitting on to
the track until they “CLICK” into position.
IMPORTANT Check that the Soft Carrycot
attachment devices are correctly engaged before use.
D To remove the Soft Carry Cot, unclip the fixings
by depressing the catches on the side of the seat
adjacent to the fixings and slide until clear of the
track. The Soft Carry Cot may be removed clear of
the product using the carry handles provided.
C
D
IMPORTANT Read and heed the instructions at
the start of this manual.
22 to lift the headhugger and
shoulder pads
A To fit the head hugger, unclip shoulder straps
from seat belt clasp (see instruction 10).
B Feed straps through holes in the head
hugger fabric.
C To fit the shoulder harness pads thread the
shoulder harness straps through the pads.
A
D Reclip shoulder straps to set belt clasp
(see instruction 10).
B
C
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D
23 to fold the stroller
The product may be folded with all items
attached however to achieve the best fold
without removing the seat, turn the seat to
face forward and place it in the most
upright position.
Do NOT seat a child in the product when it is being folded.
A Ensure the Strollometer® is folded behind the
instrument compartment.
1
A
3
2
B 1) Pull back on the slider on the left side of the
frame – this will latch into position.
NOTE Once latched, the stroller needs to be
folded in order to reset the latch – do not operate
the LEFT HAND slider without completing the
folding operation.
2) Pull back on the slider on the right hand side
of the frame and 3) simultaneously push down
with the foot on either of the upper rear bar
paddles to release the secondary lock.
B
C
C Fold the buggy by pushing down on the handle
bar until the uplock “CLICKS” into position.
For the most compact folded package remove
the seat from the chassis.
D Press the main seat release button in on the
right hand side of the frame – looking from the
front – this button will latch in the open position
until the seat is replaced.
D
E Press the small button on the top of the seat
release button on the left hand seat attachment
whilst pushing the main button in.
F Whilst maintaining this pressure on the
unlatched button, raise the seat clear.
E
F
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24 to remove and refit the
seat cover
A Unfasten the harness (see instruction10) and
remove the shoulder straps from the waist clips.
B Release the 6 elasticated loops.
C Undo the zip.
D Undo the poppers.
E Remove the waist straps by twisting the buckles
and feeding them through the seat back and the
cover fabric.
A
F Unthread the toggle to release the seat fabric
from the shell.
G Partially remove the seat cover to gain access to
the crotch strap fixing beneath and remove it by
twisting the end buckle and passing it through
both the metal ring and the seat fabric.
B
The seat cover should be re-fitted by reversing
the above instructions.
C
D
E
F
G
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25 storage cover
A storage cover has been provided to keep your
GRAND TOUR LX clean during periods when not
in use.
Remove the bumper bar and place the cover
over the folded package.
Ensure elasticated bottom is beneath the
wheels.
CAUTION Keep storage cover out of the reach
of children – it is not a toy.
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maclaren basic warranty
All Maclaren Buggys purchased from authorised
retailers are automatically covered by the Basic
1 Year Warranty.
Important Note:
This Warranty is given in addition to and does not
affect your statutory (legal) rights.
Beginning with the 2008 Collection, Maclaren
Buggys purchased from authorised retailers can be
registered for Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™; see
adjacent information.
Basic Warranty Benefits
We encourage you to visit your closest Authorised
Service Centre/Service Agent. Alternatively, if you are
shipping your buggy to an Authorised Service Centre/
Service Agent, free shipping under Basic warranty
needs to be authorised by Maclaren Customer Service
prior to shipping.
The Basic 1 Year Warranty is honoured by our
Authorised Service Centres/Service Agents, upon
presentation of proof of purchase from an
Authorised Retailer, to the original Purchaser.
Please retain your proof of purchase.
For full and complete details on how to qualify and
what conditions you must meet, refer to the
Frequently Asked Questions section of our website,
www.maclarenbaby.com/warranty/faqs
Thank you for choosing Maclaren.
Enjoy your Maclaren Buggy!
How to activate
Coverage is automatic; you do not need to activate the
Basic Warranty, however proof of purchase is required
for servicing under warranty.
If you received the buggy as a gift and do not
have proof of purchase, you must register online for
the Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™, in order to have
warranty coverage.
What it covers
The Basic Warranty covers any manufacturing defects
in materials and workmanship, for buggies used in
normal conditions and in compliance with operating
instructions, during the 12 months following purchase.
What it does not cover
Damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident
or negligence. Examples include wheels and fabric
worn down by regular use and the natural breakdown
of colours and materials over extended time and use.
Please refer to the product’s instruction leaflet, for
guidance on how to maintain your buggy.
Buggies purchased from an unauthorised Retailer.
Repairs carried out by an unauthorised third party.
Should a repair be needed please refer to our
Authorised Service Centres/Service Agents listing at
maclarenbaby.com Maclaren reserves the right to
determine if warranty terms and conditions have
been met.
Where it applies
The Basic Warranty applies only in the country
of purchase.
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THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN ADDITION TO AND DOES NOT
AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS
maclaren sovereign lifetime warranty ™
New!
What it does not cover
Beginning with the 2008 Collection, Maclaren Buggys
purchased from authorised retailers can be registered
for lifetime coverage. Register within 45 days of
purchase or receipt as a gift for the Sovereign Lifetime
Warranty™ coverage, offered on a complimentary
basis for a limited time only.
•Damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident
or negligence. Examples include wheels and fabric
worn down by regular use and the natural breakdown
of colours and materials over extended time and use.
Please refer to the product’s instruction leaflet
for guidance on how to maintain your buggy.
It’s the best buggy warranty coverage anywhere:
• Buggies purchased from an unauthorised Retailer.
Benefits
• Repairs carried out by an unauthorised third party.
Should a repair be needed please refer it to an
Authorised Service Centre/Service Agent. Listings are available by country at maclarenbaby.com
•Global coverage: Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™
honoured by our Authorised Service Centres/Service
Agents everywhere.
• Shipping to and from an Authorised Service Centre/
Service Agent. Maclaren reserves the right to
determine if warranty terms and conditions have
been met.
• Advance Notice of New Products: receive news in
advance of release to the general public.
•Emergency Alerts: you will be contacted immediately
in the case of safety alerts.
The Maclaren Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™ reflects
our confidence, which we want to pass on to you, our
Customer, in the unsurpassed quality of Maclaren’s
design, engineering, production and quality control.
How to activate
All Maclaren 2008 Collection and subsequent
collection Buggys purchased at an authorised retailer
qualify to be registered for the Lifetime Warranty. They
must be registered online, at maclarenbaby.com within
45 days of purchase, or in the case of a gift, within 45
days of receiving the gift, in order to benefit from the
Lifetime Warranty. If you should choose not to register
your buggy for the Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™, it
remains automatically covered by the Basic Warranty.
What it covers
The Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™ covers any
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship,
for buggies used in normal conditions and in
compliance with operating instructions.
Who can register
The original Purchaser, or in the case of a gift, the
Recipient of the buggy, can register online for the
Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™, in his or her name.
Where it applies
The Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™ is recognised
anywhere in the world where there are Maclaren
Authorised Service Centres/Service Agents. Whether
you’re at home or abroad, you can find a list of local
Authorised Service Centres/Agents by checking the
local Maclaren website. See links to country websites
at our homepage maclarenbaby.com
What lifetime means
“Lifetime” is defined as the period of use by the
Registrant for her/his children. Lifetime does not
include hand-me-downs or secondary purchases
of the buggy.
Important Note
The Sovereign Lifetime Warranty™ is given in addition
to and does not affect your statutory (legal) rights. All
Maclaren Buggys purchased from authorised retailers
are automatically covered by the Basic 1 Year Warranty.
For full and complete details on how to qualify and
what conditions you must meet, refer to the
Frequently Asked Questions section of our website,
www.maclarenbaby.com/warranty/faqs
Thank you for choosing Maclaren.
Enjoy your Maclaren Buggy!
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN ADDITION TO AND DOES NOT
AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS
IMPORTANT warranty will be void if defaced or
removed from buggy, carton or this instruction leaflet.
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Maclaren is committed to safeguarding the environment by
adhering to the principles of: reduce, reuse and recycle.
Maclaren encourages consumers to recycle their old Maclaren
Buggys. Maclaren buggys can be dropped off, or shipped at
owner’s expense, to any of Maclaren’s recycling locations below.
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United Kingdom
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France
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Outlet and Service Centre
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New York, NY 10012
USA
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