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.
I bought the Quinny buzz 4 with carrycot for my bub. It has a nice wide wheel base and it allows your bub face either direction whether lying down or sitting up. The Quinny Buzz 4 has automatically unfolding system to make it more easier to unfold. It also has height adjustable pushbar for taller parents. It is good to use the carrycot for newborn and the seat can be used when your bub is a bit older.
Automatic unfold system, comfortable for bub and very good quality
Stylish Pram, like it, not love it.
I have a 2yr old model of the Buzz that I got second hand because I was unsure about investing that much money for something I'd not tried other than on smooth carpeting in the shops. I get a lot of compliments on it and have no regrets having it as my first pram.
Easy to unfold, reversible seat, swing out bumper bar, easy to remove wheels, telescopic handle, great maneuverability, stylish
Heavy, harder to access storage than some other prams and not a lot of it, sunhood is a bit small, awkward to fold with seat attached, front tire is an EVA so it makes for a bumpier ride than if it was air filled or a 4 wheeler
Awesome pram! Comfortable for bubs and to push, but no storage
I have had both the Quinny Buzz 3 and 4, I loved them both! They are basically the same except the 3 has both front wheels close together.
This is a fantastic pram, I absolutely loved it.
The 1st stage seat is very comfy for bubs and has been used as a coccoon type over night or day sleeping place for my newborn bubba because she wouldn't sleep anywhere else sometimes.
It's easy to push and fits pretty much everywhere I've tried to take it. I can also go walking with the Buzz without kicking anything at the back and its easy to push out wa...
Great functional pram (and looks cool too)
The only reason I do not give this 5 stars, is as with all the prams I have tried, nothing is perfect. But this is close. I got this with my second baby, second hand. I needed a pram that was easy to do long walks with but OK for shopping and where baby could face me - had to change from a mountain buggy as this baby was cranky when he could not see us.
Baby looks so comfy in this pram. Love the adjustable seat angle/heights and that they can face both directions. Storage not a problem with under basket and buzz box combo. Easy to asse...mble (one handed open with a flick of the wrist) and disassemble. Comes with Dreami cot but to be honest, you do not need it as Buzz lays almost flat anyway and I felt baby was more secure in seat than cot. This does take a bit of room up in the boot so if you have a compact I would check it fits. Lots of accessories that come with pram EXCEPT for the much needed in Australia sunshade. I just got a universal outlook one which is fine, but when all the other accessories are made for the pram and look so stylish, it is a bit of a let down. Height adjustable handle - fine for me at 155cm and DH at nearly 6 foot. Ride not as smooth as mountain buggy and I am considering getting the all terrain front tyre.
Unique with some great features.
We bought the Quinny Buzz because we wanted a different kind of look to a pram but still have all the features we needed. We are overall pretty happy with the pram and it looks super comfortable for our little girl, especially the bassinet. We have had a little problem with the pram wheels though, not sure if its because it was a floor stock item and hasn't been look after well in store or because the type of walking we do with the pram isn't suitable for it but we have gone through 2 wheel bearings since the 5 months we have had the pram. Luck...ily for us the pram in still in warranty and we have had no problem getting new wheels and we are currently looking into buying a pram which allows us to do a bit heavier walking. Easy as to fold and unfold and folds nice and flat not talking up much boot space. The mossy net is great for bassinet and all the rain/wind covers are great. EAsy to push and height adjustment pushbar is prefect for short and tall mums/dads. The seat can be adjusted to face you and away Expense, not suitable for heavy type of walking, no mossy net for seat. The hood could be a little larger and its annoying you have to buy the shopping basket because it doesn't come with pram.
This stroller looks very nice. This is the first pram I bought. So far I like it except that it is heavy. The height adjustment is very suitable for me as I am quite tall person. Also the seat can be change whether facing forward or backward. It has sturdy wheel. Easy to assemble. Also the sun shade can be adjust to as low as we want.
Very easy to steer. When open has automatic mechanism which i like it very much.
A bit heavy. But I guess there were lots of other prams that were as heavy as this one. I would suggest when you want to buy a pram choose whether you do mind a heavy weight pram or you prefer light weight pram. My husband is fine with the weight of our Quinny.
Overall I love this pram. My baby loves being in it (she hated being in her old pram and cried all the time in it) which makes all the cons pretty insignificant. A small shopping basket is bearable when you have a happy baby who now likes shopping!
I used a Quinny Zapp when I went abroad and loved it. I was going to get one but I wanted one with a seat that reclines so I bought the Buzz instead. My baby is 4 months old and loves this pram. I used to have a different brand and she hated being in it. I think she prefers this one because she's up ...
Of course this is a big pram, it takes up lots of boot space and it's heavy BUT it's lovely to walk with, comfy for the baby, cool looking and sturdy. I've not had another pram so don't have much to compare it to but I really like it. I'm considering buying a light weight stroller now as we're planning on travelling a bit shortly but this will still be my primary pram.
Looks cool, great to set up, comfy, like the sunshade/roof thingy.
Big and basket too small
The front tyres on the "3 wheeled" model really let this stroller down. I would be so much happier with it if it performed as well indoors as out. Having said that, it is a well designed and made stroller and compares well to others I have used.
Good on rough terrain, very smooth to manoeuvre with an excellent turning circle. The wetsuit fabric takes a lot of punishment, is easy to clean, is comfortable and looks fantastic. The safety harness is very good (my son is small, and I find it difficult to fasten him in to some strollers)- I guess it ...
I have the 4 wheel version and love it. Not the best pram to get in and out of the car due to its weight however a great pram to walk with. The unfold mechanism is fantastic and it folds quite easily also - this makes up for the weight.
Looks great and the dreami bassinet is a nice size - bub loves it. Contains a mozzie net that zips on however it's not a sun shade. Would be great to have a sun shade especially in our climate!
Folds and unfolds easily
Handle height fantastic for tall dads
Shopping basket very small
No full sun shade
On the heavy side
Wide wheel base
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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