Experts praise the Britax B-Scene (*Est. $400) for its maneuverability, comfort (for adults and children) and versatile styling. A modular stroller, the B-Scene comes as a stroller frame that includes one large seat to accommodate babies from 6 months through 55 pounds, with an option to attach a bassinet or the Britax Chaperone infant car seat. The Britax B-Scene has a three-wheeled design, making it a highly maneuverable, all-terrain stroller. Reviewers particularly liked the B-Scene's braking system, which indicates if the brake is on or off with a red or green indicator. The only complaint we found in the expert reviews of the B-Scene is that the lap bar is foam-covered, which can be chewed on and possibly damaged by the child. It also has no child cup holders, but they are sold separately. This did not seem to bother the reviewers, but may be a deal-breaker for parents who are accustomed to cup or bottle holders and child trays and may be put off by having to pay an additional price for a stroller that is already considered expensive. The B-Scene stroller was just released by Britax in late 2010, so the public doesn't seem to have found their way to it yet, but if expert reviews continue to be overwhelmingly positive, they will. For those who like the features of the Britax B-Scene, but don't want to shell out for a luxury stroller, the Jeep Liberty Limited is worth looking into.
We found the best reviews of the newly released Britax B-Scene at StrollerQueen.com and RatedByMom.com (a division of BabyGizmo.com). Strollers were put through their paces in real-world situations as well as tested for ease of use in assembling and disassembling various included and optional accessories. We found no owner reviews, but that's not unusual for a relatively pricey stroller that's new to the market.
Self-described "stroller queen" Janet McLaughlin tests the Britax B-Scene for comfort, ease of use and maneuverability. Her reviews are subjective and based upon her own experience, but that experience is extensive and she provides a detailed review.
Review: Britax B-Scene Review, Janet McLaughlin, Jan. 2011
This website, a division of BabyGizmo.com, is aimed at families. Hollie Schultz tested the Britax B-Scene with two children of different ages and sizes. There is also a video of her review available on YouTube.
Review: Spotlight Product Review: Britax B-Scene Stroller, Hollie Schultz