Product Type: Quinny prams, pushchairs and strollers
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Quinny Buzz 3
Member Name: LauraEmmeline
Quinny Buzz 3
Advantages: Easy to put up and down, compact and fits in car, easy to push, stylish
Disadvantages: Parasol accessory is not brilliant and you have to buy specific clip
After trying out many pushchairs and travel systems in various baby shops we settled on the Quinny Buzz 3. It looks stylish, comfortable for the baby (newborn and toddler), easy to push and turn, even one handed, is good on rough terrain such as sand and gravel, less bumpy on uneven ground due to the tyres and generally excellent. It's quite compact when you put it in the car as the seat comes off totally (allowing you to add the Maxi Cosi car seat, newborn carrycot or normal seat), and is very very easy to put up and down - even my dad with arthritic hands can do it no problem. The only cirtisism I have is the parasol (which you have to buy separately, along with a specific clip to attach it to the frame of the pushchair), which is not wonderful, but then I think any parasol you have suffers from the same problems, i.e always blows inside out, can never get it in the right position etc...on the plus side, the fact that it clips on does make it easy to move from side to side depending on where the sun is shining from, but again, on the down side, now my little boy is older (15 months) he can pull the parasol and it unclips.
Summary: I would recommend this pram, we still use it every day nearly 18 months on