Angeles Angeles AFB6520 Infant Soft Buggy Seat P3547892 Angeles AFB6520 Infant Soft Buggy Seat 3547892 22.69lbs 12.00 12.00 26.00
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Angeles AFB6520 Infant-Soft Buggy Seat

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: AFB6520

Infant Seat

a. Infant Seat FB6520 12 lbs.
Measures 25"L x 12 3/4"W x 11"H

  • Heavy-duty vinyl quilted for comfort
  • Fits back or center row Bye-Bye Buggy® seats
  • Steel clip holds seat securely in place
  • Easy-to-clean, soft molded seat
  • Fits newborns to 5 months

Seat Cover

b. 4-Seater Cover FB6350 5 lbs.
   6-Seater Cover FB6450 5 lbs.

  • Fitted polyester cover keeps buggy clean and dry
  • Water Resistant and color-stable
  • Easy to use and folds easily for compact storage


c. Canopy FB6500A 7 lbs.

  • Provides shade for two seats
  • Single-pole canopy frame snaps easily into place
  • Made of breathable Textilene fabric

Tire Upgrade Kit

d. 4-Seat Tire Upgrade Kit FB6310F 44 lbs.
   6-Seat Tire Upgrade Kit FB6410F 55 lbs.

  • Converts an original buggy (purchased after 2000) to a "fat tire" buggy
  • Kit includes one rear axle assembly with two "fat tire" rear wheels, installed brake, and all mounting hardware
  • Also includes two front wheel caster assemblies with two "fat tire" front wheels and all mounting hardware
  • Set of installation instructions also included in kit

NOTE: International/PO Box deliveries are not available. Images are just for your reference, price is only for Model #: AFB6520

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Product Warranty

There is a 3-year warranty on this item.

Return Policy

Return of all ARE- items will be charged a 30% restocking fee.

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