Preparation before use
Just attach the two fasteners (twist lock and buckle) to your bicycle and you are ready to use the rain cover. Buckle is included with the rain cover, twist lock is sold separately. This seat uses Adhesive type of twist lock fastener.
Prepare the buckle fitting
Prepare the buckle fitting that are included with the rain cover.
Attaching the buckle fitting
Wrap the buckle fitting around the seat post of the bicycle and fasten it. At this time, the buckle should be attached so that it faces the seat.
Prepare the additional twist lock fastener
This seat requires the additional twist lock fastener. (→buy here)
Confirm the attachment position of the adhesive twist lock fastener
Before attaching, remove dust/oil/dirt from the child seat with alcohol wet wipes, etc., and make sure it is completely dry.
Attach the adhesive twist lock fastener to the position shown in the photo (11,5 cm below the end line of the black color seat post).
Attach the adhesive twist lock fastener
Turn the handle of the adhesive pinch fastener sideways, and press down firmly with both hands for 30 seconds to crimp it.
Do not apply when the seat is hot due to sunlight or outside temperature, and use the rain cover at least 3 hours after application (preferably the next day or later).
Please note that some glue may remain on the seat when you remove the fastener after long time use.
Installing the rain cover
Easily attach the rain cover with two fasteners (twist lock and buckle).
Hang the sash belt over the seat
Unfold the rain cover and put it over the seat, then hang the sash belt over the center of the seat.
Turn the twist lock fastener to lock
Lock the rain cover by turning the twist lock fastener on the back of the cover.
Close the zipper
Close the zipper of the rain cover. Make sure the zipper flap is closed to prevent rain from entering.
Connect the buckle fitting
Connect the belt on the front of the rain cover to the buckle fastener attached to the seat post. Adjust the length of the belt and apply the appropriate tension.
If the belt does not reach the buckle clasp, please adjust the position of the child seat by moving it to the front.
Confirm the drainage flap
Install the drainage flap in the center of the corner so that rainwater from the ceiling will flow out of the rain cover.
If not installed correctly, rain will enter and cause the knee area to get wet.
Opening the front window [Step 1]
Open the zipper first, then the velcro. This order is important!
Fastening the front window [Step 2]
Fasten the Velcro to prevent the front window from flapping while driving at the end.
Unfastening the front window [Step 1]
Remove the Velcro to prevent the front window from flapping. At this time, you can fold back the tip of the Velcro and fasten it for neat storage.
Closing the front window [Step 2]
Fasten the Velcro first, then the zipper. This order is important!
Folding the rain cover
Please fold the rain cover when it is completely dry. Be careful not to apply excessive force as it may damage the frame.
When not in use, only overlap the panels on the front, back, left and right sides, and do not fold them into small pieces or store them in a storage bag to avoid overloading the panel frame.
How to maintain
How to maintain the fabric
If the fabric becomes dirty, wash it gently by hand with water or lukewarm water without rubbing to prevent the water-repellent coating on the back of the fabric from peeling off. When using water repellent sprays, please check the "Precautions for Use" of the spray. However, it cannot be used on transparent vinyl (polyurethane resin).
How to maintain the transparent vinyl
If the transparent vinyl part becomes dirty or cloudy, wipe it with a cloth (without fluff) soaked in boiling water. Then, gently wipe off the water with a dry cloth, and perform the same operation on both sides. When handling boiling water, be sure to wear heat-resistant rubber gloves and be careful not to burn yourself.