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Quinny Buzz 3 (2009) Package 4 - Quinny Buzz 3 Dreami

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  • TAG : Quinny Buzz Extra Comfort features
  • Quinny Buzz 3 are a quality "hassle free" form of pushchair. Very popular because of the easy to use robust design.

    Available in a choice of different colours pushchairs (also called prams and strollers) are a great choice for your childrens travel needs.

    Comfortable and totally weatherproof you can rest assured that with a your child will be safe and comfortable. The Quinny Buzz 3 is a evolutionary new that springs open at a touch, no hassle not clumsy, just simple to open and close.

    The Quinny Buzz stroller in a range of stylish colours, including; orange, black, blue, yellow, red and more, boasts a unique and revolutionary folding system with automatic unfolding.

    This front or rear position Quinny Buzz is highly manoeuvrable with its front lockable swivel wheels and height adjustable push bar. features 3 position recline, adjustable foot and backrest, sun canopy, buzz box and rain cover. The Quinny Buzz can be combined with the Maxi-Cosi car seat and Quinny Buzz Dreami (sold separately), to make a complete .

    Quinny Buzz 3 pushchairs and travel accessories are widely available in the UK. Use our price comparison sections to compare prices at trusted UK suppliers including: Mothercare, John Lewis, Next, Kidicare, Toys R Us and other top names.

  • A selection of can be found at most UK pram suppliers who stock the Quinny range of strollers and include the Quinny® Buzz footmuff, Quinny Buzz Parasol, Parasol Clip and other Quinny Buzz accessories.

    There is also the great Quinny Buzz which can be fitted and left in place, no need to even remove the shopping basket when you fold the pushchair. Read more here:

    Rear 12" air tyres and thermo gum front wheels
    2-way facing reclinable seat
    Adjustable 5 point harness with buckle
    Comfortable seat with head cushion
    Linked parking brake
    Easy removable Quinny Buzz box, 35 x 28 x 11 cm (lxwlh)
    Sun canopy included
    Easy removable wheels
    Swivel wheel for easy city manoeuvring (lockable)
    Adjustable soft touch push bar
    Removable and turnable safety bar with soft touch
    Including adapters for child car seat and Quinny Dreami carrycot, raincover and sun canopy
    Adjustable footrest

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    The popular Quinny Buzz is a highly manoeuvrable . This baby pushchair is stylish, practical and can also be used as a travel system if used with the Buzz car seat and carrycot (both sold separately).

    A unique and revolutionary compact folding system enables the Buzz Stroller to unfold itself at a touch. Very stylish, but practical with a double 360° swivel front wheel allowing maximum stability and manoeuvrability.

    Quinny Buzz Includes 2 seat units, 1 with extra padded support for a newborn
    Seat recline positions: 2 rearward, 3 forward
    Adjustable handle height with comfort grip
    All round suspension
    Highly manoeuvrable, self aligning, lockable front swivel wheels
    Quick release wheels, with 12" air tyres on the rear
    Compact and light weight 2D flat folding aluminium chassis
    Adjustable footrest
    Now with an additional seat cover for your growing baby’s comfort
    Removable, soft touch, bumper bar
    Removable, wipe clean, seat covers
    5 point harness
    Includes CabrioFix car seat adaptors
    Includes hood and bag
    Adjustable handle height: 100-108cm
    Weight: 12.8kg
    Conforms to EN 1888

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I wanted to write a practical review for those thinking of purchasing a Quincy buzz- especially new parents. We have used this from birth, along with a maxi cosi car seat. My daughter was 6lbs 9oz but with blankets underneath her we managed to make her comfortable as they both swamped her. The pushchair looks really stylish, I have natural Mavis and is really easy to connect the car seat to. It is very big though, and if your limited for space at home you might want to reconsider. We just keep it up in the hallway as this is easiest for us. I don't think the instructions that come with it are descriptive enough- I watched you tube videos to figure out everything! Putting the pushchair down is simple, however you do have to take the seat unit off so sometimes it's a hassle. It's also very simple to put up as it does it automatically. Our quinny came with an old style basket which was useless as the wheel rubbed against it- we switched for a newer version which is a much better design. The buzz box is handy for storing the rain cover bu not much else.

My quinny squeaks quite a bit which is annoying but not really a huge problem, the back tyres need pumping quite a bit though - again, something you need to think about as it is a bit time consuming

in the sun the hood isn't that great so you will need an umbrella. I bought a universal one from boots as I found the quinny version to be a rip off.

I have read other reviews about how the quinny s rubbish for public transport but I find it th opposite. I live in a city with low access buses. The quinny gets on and off easily and I don't find the wheels to be too wide and find the front wheel brilliant in these circumstances- makes it a breeze!

Now to the problem, there are 5 different seat positions, 3 front facing and 2 rear facing. None off these is fully upright- my daughter is 10 months and unless she's really tired, hates being in her chair as she doesn't want to recline. Onbiously a major issue and not something you think about before purchasing a pushchair ( I didn't, anyway).

A Nice pushchair but there could be a few improvements.