Product Type: Quinny prams, pushchairs and strollers
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Quinny Buzz 3 is this the pram for you
Quinny Buzz 3
Member Name: staceydaisy
Quinny Buzz 3
Advantages: Lightweight and easy to control
Disadvantages: have to seperate to fold down
Having bought the quinny buzz for a much lighter pram than my big Graco Travel system I was impressed it is lightweight and easy to use.
The pram is very comfy and very stylish to look at. My Quinny is in Strawberry red and the material is made of teflon.
The Quinnys are expensive to buy mine retails at £299 but to be fair I did get a free footmuff.
The quinnys come in all colours, the most popular being the red and black ones.
The downside to the quinnys are obviously the expense and when putting in car or anything else for this matter the pram as to be split into two which sometimes can be a real pain. To be fair when putting the pram back up it as a really easy button to press and when doing so the frame just release up using gas injection. This is a real bonus to the pram.
It also come with an additional seat for when child get older and grubbier. The additional seat is easier to clean.
My quinny buzz also looks too small now my son is 15 months which is not good considering what I paid for the pram.
Overall the pram as some very good points but also some bad ones too. It depends on your individual needs to wetheer this pram will suit you.
Summary: Overall depends on your needs
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