5 Reasons Why the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex Stroller is the Best

5 Reasons Why the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex Stroller is the Best

“This post is brought to you by Britax. All opinions and thoughts are my own and were not influenced in any way.”

I am all for babywearing, but a stroller is my go-to, especially when I am going to be out and about for long periods of time walking around. And being a parent in today’s world is overwhelming with the number of choices with the “must-have” baby gear recommendations, but, I am here to tell you that the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex stroller is the best, and here are 5 reasons why.

5 Reasons Why the Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex Stroller is the Best

1.) Water and Stain Resistant

The Britax B-Ready G3 comes in a variety of colors, but it also comes in a Nanotex variety which means it repels water and is stain resistant. If you know anything about the PNW and kids; it’s a MUST! The premium fabric is soft and comfortable which makes riding pleasant!

2.) 12 Different Configurations

The Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex Stroller is so versatile with its 12 seating options and 4 reclining positions. It should cover every purpose you might need!

What’s also great is that you can purchase an extra seat if you have 2 small children and convert it into an in-line double stroller.

The Britax B-Ready G3 is suitable for newborns when used with the infant car seat, bassinet or second seat (sold separately), and can be used for children 6 months old and up to 55 lbs using the stroller’s top seat (included).

I will say this, my 3-year-old who is the size of a 5-year-old in height looked ridiculous in it. I’d say it’s more suitable for smaller children since her head was affecting the usage of the canopy on the included seat.

3.) Safe and Comfortable

The Britax B-Ready G3 Nanotex stroller is very comfortable for both baby and parent. The fact that you can adjust the handlebars to what works for your height is an A+ in my book. Both my husband and I are tall and we find it comfortable to push around without having to bend down. The seat also sits up higher so your little one can see more of his or her surroundings when facing outwards.

The brake system is so much better than the standard flip options where you end up hurting the top of your foot to unlock. For this one, just step on the brake button by the right tire and it goes from green to red showing you that it’s locked and unlocked.

The tires are foam-filled rubber tires with a frame suspension system and provide a smooth ride without the hassle of air-filled tires. It is so easy to push and turns and goes with ease! I will say this, it doesn’t work on sand very well, but most strollers don’t. LOL

It also has an automatic frame lock that safely secures the closed stroller and keeps it compact for traveling or storing.

4.) Extended Canopy and Rain Cover

The canopy can be regular sized, or you can unzip it in the middle and get a little extra sun/rain coverage. I thought that feature was awesome because most strollers don’t come with near enough canopy to cover my little ones effectively. Plus, there’s an awesome rain cover that’s stored in the undercarriage. That’s another nice little feature, especially for those of in the PNW, because of rain rain rain!

5.) Bigger Storage

The undercarriage extends out for more storage space. It’s great for when you’re out and about being touristy and need room to store all of your things. Or, you just have a couple of kids and they require so much when out and about as mine do. UGH! It’s like packing for a weeks vacation and it’s only an outing. Am I right!? LOL

It comes with only 1 cup holder. That’s my only complaint so far since my husband and I both like to bring our drinks along. But, another can always be purchased if needed.

I feel like this stroller is built to last, so even though the price tag might seem scary at 600$ for the Nanotex variety, I feel it’s well worth it because of the fabric and the longevity it has for multiple kids and or families.

Do you have the Britax b ready g3 regular or Nanotex? If so, what do you think of it?


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