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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?
I think the Lascal Buggy Board is one of the only universal boards that fits Quinny - Harvey Norman and Baby Bunting stock them. There's two different sizes too, not sure of the difference between them though. Hope this helps! http://www.harveynorman.com.au/lascal-maxi-buggy-board.html
Hi ,is mAxi cosi air infant capsule compatible to the quinny buzz pram thanx???!
Yes its compatible
Thanx what about the maxi cosi titan capsule?? Is it also compatible for my quinny buzz 3 pram? What else capsule compatible to it? Any other cspsule brand that is okay with it just in case i want other brand not just maxi cosi? Thanks
Yes it is compatible.
If you have any other questions please call Maxi-Cosi on Phone: 1300 809 526 (toll free within Australia)
Can quinny buzz stroller used after 2 yrs wen the baby grows ?
Or it is design for only infants ?
Hi I have the quinny buzz 3 not the xtra will it fit the maxi cosi mico ap..as the maxi cosi website says only compatibe with buzz xtra?
Hi Carla, Quinny Buzz 3 is compatible with Maxi-Cosi AP capsule. Not sure which Maxi-Cosi site that says this, on our Australian web page for Mico Ap under "Why should I choose this product?" section that it is "Great travel system from birth with any Maxi-Cosi or Quinny stroller".
Hope this information helps.
Can this be turned in to a doble pran for todler and new bourn
Hi Jim, it does not take a second seat but next year we will be introducing a toddler board, thanks
Hi Jim, I have the Quinny Buzz. Has Quinny yet made a Second seat attachment?
If not, is the toddler board available yet? Where from in NSW Australia
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