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.
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!)
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
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.
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very stylish pram but no storage!
We love our Quinny Buzz and found the carry cot very useful when our daughter was a new born. It's quite a heavy pram (when your constantly putting it in and out of the car) and can be annoying to put the seat and base together every time when you have your child rear facing as it doesn't fold down attached. We have also had issues with the brakes as once the brake is on it sometimes doesn't want to come off.overall a good pram if you want something stylish and if your not fused by the lack of storage and don't mind an extra bit of fiddling around when putting it together.
very stylish, comfortable for baby & comes in great colours
expensive, no storage, heavy & no option for extra toddler seat.
We chose the quinny buzz as we thought the design looked great and that it is more snuggly for a small baby however for the price that we paid for it another pram could of just done the same we guess. Abit on the pricey side however get lots of comment when abt.However takes up nearly all the boot space for a normal sedan car.
the design and the colour looks great, and smooth to manouvre
no shopping space, the back wheels are too far apart hard to fit into small aisle
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 I have the bassinet so it was easy for me. If you dont have the bassinet then I would assume not as the other section may not work. Although it does lay vertical so maybe just line with heaps of blankets for bub
I believe it’s not recommended for newborn babies without the bassinet.
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
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|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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