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City: 77441 Fulshear, Texas
My first expensive camera and I am very happy with my purchase. I bought this to take pics on my trip to Italy, and was very happy with the way they came out. I used it mainly on the smart auto setting. There's so much more this camera can do, but I haven't really gotten a chance to 'play' around with it yet. I also bought the H-FS45150K lens which I recommend. The oem battery lasts a good amount of time, very impressed with it.
This little tablet is a power house! While it may not have the functionality of a iPad, it is great for watching movies, reading, and playing games.
When taking long road trips my kiddo has used it as a way to keep himself entertained.
I just sold my 2011 Baby Jogger City Mini to get this :) SO SO SO glad that I did!! Yes it does look the same but its NOT!! Britax has made very nice improvements and made this stroller a lot more user friendly.
- The tray has swivel arms so you can lie it flat in a bag or in your trunk.
- The basket is so much easier to get at (they both hold about the same amount, Britax maybe more).
- The stroller locks automatically!!! I could never even get my BJCM to lock because the lock was too short.
- The brakes are a dream come true! I can work them bare foot, so they will work easily with any type of shoe on.
- The safety lock to fold is much easier to press as apposed to un doing snaps on both sides of the BJCM.
- The foam cover over the handle feels alot better on my hands than the rubberized one on the BJCM.
- The harness is a lot better and easier to adjust. Although it is tougher to unbuckle compared to the BJCM.
- The lift/lower mechanism on the Be-Agile is easier to adjust because all you do is pull or push, no squeezing while you tighten.
- I also think the seat is more padded for my daughter.
- The back bottom bar that holds the basket up is curved so I dont kick it when I walk. Im 5'8 and leggy so I appreciate that ;)
All in all I really like this over the Baby Jogger version. It looks the same and prices are about equal but it just seems like you get a nicer stroller with Britax because of all the improvements they took the time to make. And Im not trying to bash Baby Jogger at all because if they would have made these improvements I would have bought this stroller from them :) Im not loyal to one brand over another I just buy what works best for me and my family.
I forgot to add that both the BJCM and the B-Agile have buttons to pop the wheels off when your storing it. They are both equally easy and I do this almost every time I put it away so it stores nice and flat in my small trunk. Such a wonderful feature for any stroller!! Especially if the wheels are muddy or wet!
My daughter is 9 months old now, and this is the only swing that she likes to be in, now that she's crawling/sitting/standing up. She no longer tolerates the bouncer, but this thing she loooves. I wish it'd come in adult version too, I'd buy it for myself in a New York minute. The fabric has been washed over 100 times, during a period of diaper explosions, and it still looks brand new, the zipper is very sturdy too. It was extremely easy to assemble. I wish it had a 5 point harness system, now that the baby is so big, she leans left and right and it's kinda scary. My daughter has slept in it, still takes bottles in it, her first solid food bites at 4mo were also in that swing. I often use it as a speaker for my iPhone, and it totally does the job. Would I recommend it - absolutely! It's one of a kind and anyone who ever saw it would compliment us on it. Also the toy bar does not come as easy, as I read in some other reviews. I would hang other toys on it, and have never had a problem with it. Bottom line, it's worth the $$$. The only swing you'll ever need.
I have enjoyed many of Ms. McDermott's books, particularly Charming Billy and At Weddings and Wakes, and I was not disappointed by Someone. This book celebrates the every day while still being compulsively readable. I don't always love books that have a lot of description and little "plot," but I found the language so moving and engaging that I sailed through. It is quiet but leaves you lots to think about.