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1. Lock both front swivel wheels. Not locking
the swivel wheels before folding the
stroller can damage the wheels
2. Empty the basket.
3. Fold the canopy by lifting the canopy levers.
4. Remove your player from the canopy.
5. Lift and hold the folding levers up on both sides of the
6. Tilt the stroller onto its back wheels and roll it forward
and then pull it back quickly and the front guardrail will
7. Turn handle inward with an underhand hold to latch and
I assume that you mean when the pram is in the bassinette mode (for a newborn)?
The answer is yes. I would suggest that prior to folding, ensure that the pram is laying completely flat and that the hood is folded down flat too.
I would suggest that when folding the Buzz, stand in front of it first. Push down one of the grey buttons, then slide and push the other, then you can use your whole body weight to push the pram to the floor enabling you to collapse it. It is also easier if you remove the seat prior to folding.
To fold the Pliko, first the both handles have to be pulled out. To do it, grab the plastic (1) which is just under the handle (with a little hook on it), and pull it upwards. Pull the whole handle upwards, so it gets out of the catch situated near the front wheel (2). Do the same with the other handle (maybe it is possible to do it with both at once - I'm not sure yet). And then lift the back handle (3) (between the rear wheels) up, folding the pushchair. To lock it folded, you have to use the same catches, which had to be released earlier, to hold the handles - but this time they catch the handles somewhere in the middle (4).