A breeze to use
Small turning circle
Very stylish and good steering!
Very good stroller with good steering and great looks! Easy to fold and put to the car. There are some minuses tho. Storage area a bit small. As folded up, the clip that holds it folded gets worn out and unfolds itself randomly. WHEELs start to make noise, plastic sound. Very annoying part of the stroller. Otherwise its a good one.
This pram looks great but it's the worst pram I've owned. The basket is hardly a basket at all let alone functional. It's very heavy considering it doesn't hold alot of weight the frame is very bulky and heavy the wheels are very bulky making it hard to get around at the shops and the canopy is flimsy made and barely functional
After having this pram for 7.5 months.
I have already reviewed this pram back in May 2015 when I originally bought it but this is additional information.
I stand behind most what I said at the start, Pram is fantastic, however it does have a few downsides that penitential buyers want to know before they buy.
It is on a heavy side to put in a car.
If you have a small car you will need to remove a wheel each time you put it in the boot. Yes it's click away but it is annoying doing and undoing each time you put in.
A little bit chunky to get through the shops but most prams are ...
Love the quinny moodd
I've had his pram for almost 4 months now and I really do love it! It's Super easy to push around and he turning circle is great. Quite a smooth ride and bubs is always falling asleep. Apparently it weighs 15 kilos but I honestly think it feels lighter then that, I have no issues carrying, folding and lifting it in and out of the car ( and I have a bad back and knees! ) I love that we have flexibility to choose what type of pram I need for the specific outing.. popping to the shops, just use the maxi cosi. Going out for the day, use the moodd s...eat, going out at night, use the bassinet. Makes getting out and about so much easier. I really do love this pram but there a a few things that as a first time mum i didn't really think of.. And a few things I think I should mention for an honest review. the storage is pretty small and if u load it up too much it drags on the ground!! The back wheels are actually quite wide and sometimes I have difficulties fitting through tighter spaces. I don't think The hoods on all three attachments are big enough, it would be good to be able to pull them further down to cover baby up more in the sun, this is especially the case in the bassinet. (Using the dreami bassinet which attaches with the adapters, although bassinet is like an 8 shape which means it's a bit too snug if baby is on the bigger side) the foot lock and unlock pedals can be quite hard to set, I find myself having to really brace the whole pram just to push the brake on and off and if baby is asleep it sometimes wakes him up!! Also there is a small latch on the side which holds the pram down when collapsed/ folded, the very first time I used the pram this latch snapped off and my thumb got trapped in between two parts when the auto release opened/unfolded the pram. Luckily I was with hubby who was able to push both slides down to re-close the pram and let my thumb out!!! i tell u now that reallllly hurt!!! It just means I need to use the buckle strap to keep the pram closed so it doesn't spring up automatically. No biggy for me but definitely think that is a design flaw that could potentially cause more injury. lastly the handle bar could be slightly higher, it's just okay for me at the highest level and I'm 5'6. but I do like that I can put it all the way down to the lowest level when I need a more compact moment (like in a busy elevator or something) overall the easy use and convieniance of the pram is why I give it a high rating and despite the few things that could be better, I still love the pram and get heaps of comments on it! baby is comfy and it's a breeze to push. I do pump the tyres up every few weeks. I'm Not sure if you can get useful accessories like a travel bag or replacement seat covers, snack tray or skate board for he moodd, quinny don't seem to answer my queries on their website or Facebook!
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Great pram !
I love my quinny moodd I brought when my daughter was one and she loves sitting in it holding onto the front handel while in it . It's also great when going out to reatraunts and they don't have highchairs I can push he right up to the table. I only wish the basket was a little bigger for more storage . My first pram was then emmalingula which is also fantastic and amazing storage basket I just didn't like the stroller seat when my daughter grew out of the bassinet
Purchased the quinny moodd Britto limited edition, great pram easy to fold and unfold and isn't heavy to push around. If you want to stand out this is definitely different. My child enjoys having the handle bar at the front when in forward facing makes them feel like they are driving the pram
Just received and love the design.....
If you like to be different, this will surely accomplish that.
Pushing it around feels nice and easy as it has a short wheel to wheel base, making turning a breeze. Collapses and assembles with ease, but concerned about damaging the seat as you have to detach it to collapse.
Overall, love the design work!!!
Limited edition design work, manoeuvrabilty
Seperating the seat from the frame. Small basket.
Questions & Answers
Hello, my name is Isatu i just wanted to ask how much for the Bassinet, black and white one.
can you use Safety 1st car seat?
I don't know. But I'm sure if you go online and have a look you could find out
No I'm pretty sure it can't but there are quite a few it can be used with. If you go to the quinny Australia website it should tell you what can be used or quinny Australia Facebook are very helpful when you message them with questions.
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- The Quinny Moodd is a single, reversible 3-wheeler pram with a maximum capacity to carry a baby or toddler up to 17kg.
- Foam-filled tyres provide a smoother ride, without having to worry about a puncture.
- Choose between a swivel or locking front wheel, depending on whether you are casually strolling through town or jogging, respectively.
- An automatic unfolding function uses a gas spring. It can save you the trouble of having to fiddle around with latches or complex release mechanisms.
- Can work as a 3-in-1 travel system, if you add the optional Carrycot and a separate Maxi-Cosi Infant Carrier.
- A reversible seat allows you or your bub to choose which way they prefer to face for the day.
- Available in two colours; Pink Precious and Brown Fierce.
Points of Praise
- Lightweight and easy to use, reviewers generally encountered no problems pushing this pram.
- The small turning circle in particular was appreciated by reviewers, as this meant they could turn the pram around in crowded supermarket aisles without fear of bumping into other shoppers or knocking down pyramids of cans.
- The unique design and colour options were a favourite feature of reviewers. However most also found that this didn’t compromise the pram’s durability.
- Pop-out release mechanism works well according to reviewers.
|Category||3-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||17 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Arm Bar, Cup Holder, Locking Front Wheels and Under-seat Storage|
|Folded Dimensions||44 x 65 x 98 cm|
- GTIN14: 00884392569372
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