Quinny Buzz

Views 22 Likes Comments Comment
Like if this guide is helpful

The is the perfect pushchair for me, lots of people have written guides about this pushchair but after experiencing 13 pushchairs in 17 months i have gone back to number 6 to my favourite and much missed quinny buzz.

I have been through britax, urban detour, mothercare jive, quinny speedi sx and buzz, m&p's freestyler and pliko p3 and maclaren xlr to name a few....

I originally brought a black quinny in November 2006, but as a self confessed pramoholic i change my pushchairs quite frequently and i then brought a mamas and papas freestyler. In March 2007 i brought my second quinny buzz in blue mist, drawn to the fact that my son was not going to stay a baby forever and if i wanted another i had to do it quick.

This pushchair goes from birth through to 3 yrs. You get the standard frame with clip on buzz bag (which has its own raincover built in and is like a tardis inside) which holds the pump and raincovers. You can then choose between the carrycot, maxi cosi car seat or the standard pushchair seat. I only have experienced the pushchair seat as my son was too old for the other two when i got mine, but with hindsight i would have got the full set at his birth if i had known how brilliant it is.

When folded you just touch the frame with your foot and the chassis will rise and click into position ready for your chosen seat. You have a choice of two positions with baby facing you, and three in the outward facing position. It is easy to change the position of the seat and to swap from facing you to facing forwards. Although no shopping basket is provided with the buzz you can easy buy them off ebay (along with parasols, footmuffs etc) and i use the clips on the handlebars so if packed correctly i can carry at least four bags of shopping.

I would love one of the new seat colours but i dont think that is going to happen unless i win the lottery!!

 

 

Have something to share, create your own guide... Write a guide
Explore more guides