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Quinny Buzz 3


$580.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large wheels are practical for varied terrain. Less expensive than some other products (Bug strollers, for example). Articulating basket/seat area accommodates children as they grow and allows them to sleep.

The Cons:Sun shade isn't too practical, difficult to find third-party replacement. Very little storage space. Can be stiff when unfolding from storage.

The Quinny Buzz 3 is a high end stroller designed for "active and practical parents". The Buzz 3 is known mostly for its "chic" and stylish body design; but more importantly for its in depth safety and customization options that allow any parent to transform it into exactly what they need.

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The greatest feature of the Buzz stroller is the convenient hands free fold and unfold function; hydraulic gas springs ensure the unit folds and unfolds with the simple touch of a foot or hand. A unique three wheel design, with air filled tires for added support and front/rear wheel suspension allow the stroller to travel smoothly over rough terrain. The reclining seat is covered in a Scotchgard-protected foam and includes two reclining positions with front facing or rear facing support; it allows parents to choose a preference. The Quinny Buzz 3 is also fully compatible with the Quinny Dreami Bassinet accessory for newborns and infants and the Maxi-Cosi Mico carseat; the Buzz even includes all the special adapters to do so.

The Buzz 3 stroller also includes a handy list of available accessories including a suncanopy, plastic raincover, mesh bug net, an extra XL seat, and extra cusion. Several mixed reviews list that the Buzz 3 is both a blessing and a hassle; apparantly the front wheel sometimes has pivoting problems and the stroller frame is not as durable as Quinny suggests. Nevertheless there are many positive reviews for the stroller as well; it seems as though the reliability depends on the purpose of use.

Features

  • Includes a second stain-resistant XL seat for use with toddlers
  • Automatic and "hands-free" unfolding mechanism
  • Lockable front swivel wheels with air filled tires
  • 5-position adjustable handle
  • Convenient parking brakes and suspension system
  • Height-adjustable sun canopy with mesh and plastic windows
  • 5-point padded harness and removable safety bar
  • 2-position foot and leg rest
  • Includes shopping basket, raincover and windscreen netting
  • Quinny Dreami Bassinet (sold separately) supports newborns to 15 lbs.
  • Fully compatible with the Maxi-Cosi Mico Infant Seat (adaptors included)
  • Recommended Use: 6 months up to 50 lbs.
  • Dimensions:
    • Weight: 27 lbs.
    • 42" H x 25.5" W x 31" 
  • Available in several "styles" or colors
    • "Gold"- yellow/black
    • "Strawberry"- red/black
    • "Apple"- green/silver/black
    • "Black"- black/silver

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Pros
  • 2

    Large wheels are practical for varied terrain

  • 1

    Less expensive than some other products (Bug strollers, for example)

  • 1

    Articulating basket/seat area accommodates children as they grow and allows them to sleep

  • 1

    Overall ergonomic design functions well: memory foam for child, telescoping handle adjusts for different parent heights, wheels turn easily

  • 1

    Quick assembly: no tools required, 20 minutes or so out of the box

Cons
  • 2

    Sun shade isn't too practical, difficult to find third-party replacement

  • 1

    Very little storage space

  • 1

    Can be stiff when unfolding from storage

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