Purhased this model 9 months ago when our baby arrived. Easy to fold up, simple to manoeuvre and handle. Attractive pram, seeking attention. It came with bassinet and capsule, nowadays only capsule used since bassinet has limitation about the size. Good looking and good materials.
Recommended! Definitely positive and five stars.
Found it a bit too big. You will need a big boot if buying this. Gets stuck when closing it. Got to make sure it’s alliened when sliding seat in to place. The hydrolics eventually will give way ( the reason it’s hatd to fold in) how ever, It’s easy to maneuvre.
THE BEST PRAM OUT!
I honestly could not live without my Quinny, it is the best purchase that I have made for baby items. My daughter is always so comfortable and safe and it is so easy to push around, very easy to assemble and dissemble.
I would recommend this to every mum to purchase especially new mums
The pram that lasted forever!
I loved this pram and it has lasted us over 2 children with the youngest now being 5 and he still loves to sit in it! Easy to manoeuvre, easy to fold although it is two pieces. The look is modern but hard wearing, it is easy to clean and I'm sad that we don't have to use it anymore. Would buy another in a heartbeat.
Excellent and well priced
Great bassinette and a great stroller.
Very easy to manoeuvre, light and easy to fold.
It does take room in the boot esp the bassinette but I've looked at many and they all seem to take a lot of room.
For the price about half of what you would pay the bugaboo - it's great value - secure and safe for your baby and most comfortable. Bubs loves it and sleeps well in it.
My grandson love it!
This is so good to push around, it’s a little larger to put in the boot but it’s so roomy and comfy for my grandson. He wouldn’t stay in the other pram but once he got this he was happy to be pushed around. It’s great to fit the shopping in the bottom.
This pram is easy to use
Very easy to maneuver
Folds away in boot and doesn't take up much space
assemble was quite easy to do and also had a how to assemble on youtube
Light weight and easy to pick up and place in boot
Braking system is very good
You have to take the seat off to fold the whole thing ...Not enough space to store anything( the basket is quite poor) Cant recline the seat unless the seat is off Have to oil squeaky wheels every few months
Our travel pram
This was a great travel pram . Light weight and turned on dime and folded very compact. The negative is that it didnt drop into a sleep position but we just tilted it and balanced on the seats at the gate which worked for us! Sold it later and it held its value pretty well.
Very easy to maneuver, light weight easy to fold and kids and mom's feel very comfortable. And come in bright colors And simple designs and braking system is very good, can adjust the handle height to if different persons.but will take a little bit more place in the boot. We bought the bassinet as well which is very good
Baby loved it when he was really young, if we were ever really struggling to get him to settle all we had to do is pull out the pram and wheel him around and he went straight to sleep.
It does look really good, most other prams just look too 'mumsy' for my liking, this is a very cool looking pram.
It maneuvers really smoothly.
It is heavy, but I actually liked the weight because it felts sturdy. It folds down very small to fit in even the tiniest of boots.
Horrible canopy, makes an awful cracking sound to open and close it,...
The Quinny Buzz and its accessories, a fantastic stroller!
After running several “experiments” for prams and car seats for our first child, we felt confident for our second child that an “integrated system” would be a good way to go. We liked the look of the Quinny Buzz stroller, and had it, along with the Maxi-Cosi Mico AP car capsule and Foldable carry-cot all set up and ready to go before our new arrival got here.
Although not overly complicated, I would advise not installing any baby car seat whilst in a hurry. It did take me a little time to work out exactly how the base for the capsule was inst...
Wouldn't buy it again
I'm a bit "meh" on this pram. We bought a run-out 2011 build (in late 2012) that came with the bassinet. If it had the option of adding a second seat/skateboard, I'd contemplate keeping it for our next child, but thankfully it doesn't so I'll happily buy a new one.
- folds easily once you get the knack of it (grandparents still struggle with the alternate buttons to collapse it, i.e. pushing one button IN, and one button UP simultaneously)
- it steers like a dream
- it fits down most aisles, never had a problem at checkouts
- love that the seat can be forward/rear facing
- it sure does look pretty
- reasonably priced (although I now wish we'd spent more and bought a better one!)
As great as I had hoped!
After doing lots of research on the many prams and travel systems available I was very certain that I wanted a Quinny Buzz. I really liked how it looked, a lot nicer than some other prams I have seen that seem to be popular at the moment. Since receiving it I have found it to be just as great as I had hoped. It is easy to steer, very easy to fold and super easy to unfold because of the automatic unfold feature. My almost 6 year old son loves to get me to fold it so that he can watch it unfold. I find it to be quite light when lifting once the s...eat has been removed. It seems easy to steer and I also like the adjustable handle. The lower height is the perfect height for me whereas my husband is able to extend the handle to suit him. I also think that the fabric seems really soft and comfortable. It is very easy to attach my Maxi Cosi Mico AP infant carrier to it, the adapters that came with the pram clip in easily. Reversible seat, Automatic Unfold, Easy to fold, Easy steering, Height adjustable handle The shopping basket is very small, however I was aware prior to deciding on this pram and the many other benefits clearly outweigh this con
Easy safe and stunning
It is such a great product. My baby is not born yet but I have practiced using it already because I just fall in love with it as soon as I open the package. It is easy to push and safe too. My friends are jealous because it is so cool.
I'm no expert but I'm satisfied. .
Did a lot of researching and testing and The Quinny came up tops... The top 2 was between the Quinny Buzz 3 and The Bugaboo Cameleon 3.. Theres not much between the 2 except you could buy 2 Quinny's for the price of 1 Bugaboo.. they do exactly the same features, wheels come off, extend/retract the handle, rear or front facing seat, both have bassinets. Each will have extra's that one doesn't have like the quinny has the choice of 3 or 4 wheels, the bugaboo has a much bigger shopping basket space.. but in the end its the choice of what you need..., eg, I'm not intending on using the shopping basket compartment and I'd rather spend the extra $700 on something else, maybe a carseat, cot, nappies.... Looks great, good value for money, got all the mod cons, compatible with the Maxi-cosi Capsule. Same as everyone else... The Storage space under seat.. Also the Bassinets a little bulky and heavy.
A great,stylish little pusher. Not too big not to small. My Daughter rests her feet onto the safety bar and thinks she is the princess of the town!! Is is so comfortable for her, that going to sleep is never an issue. Always have terrific comments from passers-by, particularly in reference to the prams styling and colour.
Very comfortable for our child, looks great and extremely easy to operate.
Storage area while handy, is a tad too small.
Love My Quinny!!!
I purchased my first Stroller 10 months ago for the arrival of my baby son. Even though a friend had recommended the Quinny to me - it was the colour selection that sold me on the Buzz 3, I loved the natural colour as I was not sure what I was having. Had I have known though then the blue and hot pink were both incredible as well. I didn't realise how important the functionality of a pram was and was mostly concerned with the look, and after much research decided that the Quinny Buzz was definitely the most chic option (It has a big celebrity f...ollowing - Gwenyth Paltro, Cate Blancett, Alessandra Ambrosia). It wasn't until I got home and started using my Quinny that I realised how amazing all of the functions were and all of the things that I could do with my pram that other mums couldn't. I had the whole travel system including the Maxi Cosi Infant Carrier (Car Seat which fits into the Buzz Stroller) as well as the Carry Cot, which was just beautiful to use when I first got home from the hospital. The Carry Cot (you can see this in my profile picture) was so beautiful and comfy and when I got home from a walk, if bub was sleeping I could easily unclip from the top of pram and place inside wherever I needed. The Maxi Cosi car seat worked the same, If bub fell asleep when I was driving I could unclip from car and pop straight onto the top of my quinny stroller without disturbing him. Now that I have had a quinny I can not imagine using another type, I can hardly fault mine. People stop me in the street to comment on it all of the time and I remember once we were at a day time concert in the botanical gardens and when we found a spot amongst the crowd to sit you could see everyone around us in despair thinking that our pram would be blocking their view - but then we just clipped our carry cot off and the frame folds down completely flat. Everyone around us was even more impressed when we went to leave and pulled the side lever to make the frame unfold automatically. Now that my bub has grown into the full seat - I love how I can switch between forward and rear facing and it's so easy to recline for when he wants to have a sleep. I would 100% recommend to any of my friends having babies to get a Quinny - and I don't think that you are restricted by the type of terrain you plan to use it on. I live in country Victoria and my Quinny spends as much time on unsealed roads as it does on shopping centre floors. I even take mine to mums n bubs bootcamp twice a week. I see mums lugging heavy prams in and out of the back of cars and I am so glad that I have a quinny. Lightweight, Modern Look, Easy to use all functions, Travel System has 3 seat options which all fit onto my quinny frame, Adjustable Pushing Bar my brake was slightly stiff to begin with but after the first few outings it worked perfectly
This pram has good maneuverability & handling- can be pushed with one hand. There are a few negatives: the storage basket is really small & rubs quite badly if you use the all-terrain wheel on the front. It's also a bit of a pain to pack up because the seat has to be taken off first, which you have to put somewhere so you can put the base in the car first. It's a little wide but not too bad.For the price, could probably get something better.
Easy to handle
Small storage, annoying to pack into car
Beautifull but useless while handlling
I bought a new buzz3 from baby ware house on sale. It looks stylish and very cosy for new bub specially when sleeping. But the negetives are- bulky; the single front wheel some times gets stuck or doesnt move properly; its hard to fold coz it requires both hands. Mine doesnt have a shopping bascet and while reclining the seat with bub in it it falls unexpectedly. Thank god i manged not to drop bub while reclining.
Stylish n cozy
Bulky, its front wheel sometimes stuck while pushing the pram, very had to fold cod it needs both hands and most of the time get stuck just doesnt want to fold, the worst part when recline the seat with the baby in it it falls unexpectedly.
Fab as a travel set - but pram attachement not that good
I bought a second hand Quinny Buzz 3 that came with a Bassinet and a Maxi Cosi car seat plus the actual pram attachment. The bassinet and car seat were an absolute god send. The car seat is excellent because it clips into the pram frame so if your baby is asleep in the car you can just take the whole capsule out and click it into the frame and away you go - all without needing to disturb your baby at all!
The bassinet was also great because if I knew I was going out somewhere for a long time or if i was going out at night I would just attach...the bassinet to the pram frame and it was like her portable home! The actual pram attachment itself isnt that good. It has zero sun protection and I hate that in order to lay the baby flat you have to recline the whole seat (unlike just the middle section of some prams) but i think that is just my personal preference. It is good though that the pram attachment can be baby facing or world facing. It is a dream to push, i have had no trouble at all. Some people have said the back wheels are too wide but i havent found that to be the case. I also find it very easy to turn around.
Questions & Answers
Hi I just bought a Quinny buggy board by Maxi-Cosi for my Quinny buzz 3.Iam now unsure whether it will fit this model.I can’t seem to see any clips that I can clip it onto please help.
Got my quinny buzz stroller and was confused if my newborn baby could use it? I dont have the bassinet. Pls help me with this thanks
Hi, so I'm expecting again in May next year... And my daughter will be 2 1/2 yrs old then.. I've searched everywhere online in Australia for the toddler board attachment yet it only seems to be available in Germany and the UK. I'm desperate to find a retailer that supplies the parts I need. Can anyone help?
|Category||Prams & Strollers and 3-Wheel Prams & Strollers||Prams & Strollers and 4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Arm Bar, Cup Holder, Locking Front Wheels, Suspension and Under-seat Storage|
|Release date||Oct 2006||Mar 2009|
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