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Quinny Buzz 3 Stroller (Rocking Black)
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- Unique and revolutionary gas-spring design for automatic unfolding
- Three recline positions in forward-facing mode and 2 recline positions in rearward-facing mode
- Highly manoeuvrable front swivel wheel and height adjustable handlebar and leg rest
- Sun canopy, clip-on change bag and rain cover included
- Manufacturers recommended age: birth and upwards
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Quinny is one of the Premier lifestyle brands in Europe for juvenile products. Quinny products boast innovative pecision engineering and leading edge styling and colours, while maintaining the highest possible quality and safety standards. The sporty, active spirit of Quinny products appeals to parents worldwide. Quinny, Always Ahead.
Now here's a clever trick: the Quinny Buzz unfolds itself fully automatically with no effort at all. The sleek design is a true feast for the eyes. The improved comfortable seat is a pleasure for your child. The Quinny Buzz goes together perfectly with the Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix or Pebble Infant Carrier or matching Quinny Dreami Carrycot.
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Collapsing it is so easy, you just remove the seat, lock the wheels, hold down a button and pull it down. And putting it back up again you just have to unclip a catch and it literally springs up! (Compared to the silver cross where you had to hold the handles, while pulling up on two catches, whilst pushing another catch down with your foot, and then sort of throwing the buggy outwards!) I also love the fact that you can have the seat facing you, as so many other buggy's just have it facing outwards and I want to be able to see my baby, especially in the first 6 months.
Another bonus is the changing bag that's included. Its a very good size - I can easily fit several nappies, wipes, nappy sacks, 2 bottles, a pot of food, a large thermos, muslin, my purse, phone and camera in it! The downside is that where it clips onto the back of the frame blocks the carry handle for when its collapsed, making it slightly awkward to handle. Also, if you're traveling in the car with the frame in the boot you can't get access to it unlike if you had a separate bag.
The rain cover, which again is included, has an elastic trim, so as with everything else, fitting it is so simple - you just stretch it over the head end and pull it down around the footrest. There's also a zip around the top so that if it stops raining while you're out and about, you can open it up without having to take it off and carry it around.
It comes with the bigger seat too, but as my baby is still only 5 months I have not used it yet so cant comment, other than the value for money this extra seat will provide.
It also comes with a tyre pump, which thankfully I haven't had to use!
The maxi-cosi car seat is much lighter than others I've tried and the built-in sun shade is such a good idea. It also comes with an additional seat insert and headrest for when your baby's newborn, for better positioning. The only downside is that to fit into the quinny frame it comes with 2 little adaptors, and if you forget to take them with you then you're a bit stuck! However, it does come with a little built-in storage box underneath which just (and only just) fits the adaptors.
It is quite pricey, but if you're prepared to shop around its often on offer according to colour. And again, compared to other 'from birth' travel systems such as the silver cross, its actually similarly priced.
Overall I would highly recommend this travel system.
The only thing i would say is that it doesn't have anywhere to put shopping unless you buy the shopping basket seperately...which is useful but in my opinion it should come with the quinny as standard.
A cheaper alternative to the shopping basket are the 'happy mummy hooks' that can attach to the handle bar. (I have them, they're brilliant)
The Quinny is all i wanted in a travel system for my daughter, it took me near enough my whole pregnancy to decide and i dont think i could beat it unless i spent 700 pounds on a icandy or bugga boo! (which is a rediculous price for a buggy when the Quinny does it all)
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