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Britax b safe & snap n go

Does anyone know if any make of the snap n go are compatible with the b safe seat.
I have the b ready but thinking of getting something lighter for quick trips to the mall etc.

Re: Britax b safe & snap n go

  • Honestly, the B-Agile is so easy to fold/use with the B-Safe that I find the idea of a SnG kind of silly, but that's just my opinion.  Have you tried it out?
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  • we have a graco snap n go and it says it is only compatible with graco infant seats. 

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  • I thought about getting the b agile stroller and car seat, but the car seat did not fit in any of the snap and go frames at Babies R Us. Bummer. 

    I ended up just getting the b agile and then going with the grago snugride 30 (lightest on the market) and a snap and go. 

    As PP said the b agile isn't so huge it unmanageable, but for me I have a lot of in an out of the car and the snap and go makes life easier. Also you need to take into account the cost of another base if you have two cars. I got a great deal on a graco one. 

  • I have a B-safe and I used a Graco SnGo. I don't know how big/heavy the agile is but I ended up having a C-section and my snap and go was a MUST for me.
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  • You don't think the b ready is too bulky compared to the snap n go? I got the b ready as part of the free ride event but was concerned it was a bit bulky for quick trips. Thought I might need a snap n go too. But if not,even better. Save some $$$
    Don't want to fork out for the b agile too!!!
  • @MaryBB77 The B-Ready is a little bulky but if you just carry the frame and leave the main seat unattached, it will be lighter. To me, it wouldn't be worth it to buy something else since LOs stay in their infant seats for such a short period of time, but I know everyone is different. Plus, with the B Ready you will have the huge basket for all or your mall purchases ;)

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  • I used a Chaperone with the Baby Trend SnG and it worked great. Even though I also used the Chaperone with the B-Agile and that worked well too, I LOVED the SnG in the early months. It literally weighs nothing. I don't have the B-Safe, but the SnG is just a frame. I can't see why it wouldn't work with any infant carseat?
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  • kmc84 said:

    @MaryBB77 The B-Ready is a little bulky but if you just carry the frame and leave the main seat unattached, it will be lighter. To me, it wouldn't be worth it to buy something else since LOs stay in their infant seats for such a short period of time, but I know everyone is different. Plus, with the B Ready you will have the huge basket for all or your mall purchases ;)

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    This is what we did too. I love our b ready.

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