Written on: 09/07/2012 by BiffyisWright (6 reviews written)
We did our research on prams. We read reviews. We read which? and we went up to Kiddicare in Peterborough to test drive. I was set on a Bill&Ted until we got there and whilst testing buggies (travel systems) we fell in love with the Quinny (4 at the time). It was only as we were about buy it that we actually tried the Buzz 3. Wow, it cornered like it was on rails - perfect for our badly designed Tesco's (with it's pillars in the middle of the milk aisle). We've now had it 3 years and it... (read more)
Written on: 24/04/2011
It is a waste of time the weels stick making it move in the wrong direction. The straps are not long enough and whenever my son sleeps in it he wakes up sweating because of the stupid materail and the seat is not big enough and the brakes have a mind of there own it was good at first but after the first few months it just broke i suppose starting to squeak i would not recomend it to anyone it is a waste of money and time. If i new how bad it was i would have definitely NOT have bought it (read more)
Written on: 21/11/2010
PLEASE don't buy this pushchair! Dorel/Quinny rely on first time parents who don't look into the awful reviews this system has!
Endless problems with it- chassis tends to bend to the side, seats are difficult to get on and off, really heavy to push, springy chassis, veers to one side all the time, pushchair seat is strange shape so when reclined fully the childs feet are up in the air!!
I'm currently trying to take ToysR Us to the small claims court as its been returned twice and still... (read more)
Written on: 13/10/2010 by collettemartin (2 reviews written)
QUINNY BUZZ 4 - Parents of other half bought this for us as a gift for our first baby. They told us they had one for their youngest and they were a good make. I wasn't sold on it straight away as it was effectively a 3-wheeler (even though it has 4 wheel, to at the front at close together) and I don't trust 3 wheelers. This is AWFUL! Too expensive for a pram that it not easy to use at all! If you need to get on public transport then forget it, this is way too big. Also if you need to flatten... (read more)
Written on: 09/10/2010
Quinny Buzz 4. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. Why? OK - let's cut to the chase. You buy a pram in order to transport your child from A-B. A key feature must therefore be it's ability to move from A-B. Buy a Quinny Buzz 4 and you will be sorely disappointed. Why? PUNCTURES. Plural. Double plural. We have had this woeful piece of equipment for 6 months now, and I do not exagerate when I say that we are on our third set of puncture repair blisters (packs of 10 min.), second set of inner tubes - both... (read more)
Written on: 26/07/2010
I was bought the Quinny Buzz 3 pram just over a year ago along with the Dreami, the Maxi Cosi car seat and all the hidden extras that go with It. At first I absolutely loved it! The travel system was fantastic and everyone commented on how lovely it was. It is incredibly comfy and sturdy and it is so easy to manouver around shops etc. It folds up easily yet remains pretty bulky! I am now shopping for a new stroller as my son is just too heavy to push around in it. Not to mention my tyre... (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2010
Terrible, terrible buggy. The seat doesn't recline, it simply tips back, so the sleeping child's legs are in the air! Very uncomfortable. The wheels are so wide as well that its very difficult to get in and our of door ways. The whole thing bounces too, which might be soothing to a small baby but definitely not for an older baby trying to drink some juice! The whole thing is hateful, its really just a fashion statement and I think they are more about vanity than the child's comfort to be... (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2010
I brought he quinny buzz after much consideration in Dec 2009,its now Aptril 2010 and its already going back to be repaired!! the chassis has started to collapse when being pushed,disgracefull for a pushchair costing a small fortune.I also brought the maxi cosi car seat and dremi cosi,which are both fine although you need to be a octopus to remove the car seat from the frame,and the rain cover is tricky to put on the dremi in a hurry.I also purchased the iso fix base for the car seat which i... (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2010
I love my Quinny Buzz. Had been very undecided because of the general bad reviews on it, so decided to go for a second hand to prevent from big money loss. I got a 2007 model, with a 8 mo. girl: the regular seat is just fine: she may be too tight at 18 months though, and the straps yes are short with winter clothes on, but these are easily solvable problems.
I fit it in my peugeot 107: yes the smallest car on earth! by leaving the seat on, street facing, wheels off: it stays nicely in front... (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2010
i brought the quinny buzz complete travel system 8 mnths ago and hate it with a passion !! it was handy whislst my son was in the carseat but otherwise a complete and utter pain ! Pushcahir was fantastic up to 4mnths old then constant problems occured after this ! puschair has a tendancy to ulock, squeek, steer in the wrong direct,brakes stick and frames sometimes does unfold. wha t a waste of, money a very bad choice in my eyes. i would never buy another or recommend this product ! its... (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2010
I love my Quinny!!
We recently bought the 2010 model for our 9 month old son. This is the third pushchair we have been through thanks to the other two being real disappointments. After reading some bad reveiws about the small seat unit and tight straps I was beginning to worry as our boy is very big for his age. (27lb and 82cm long)
Thankfully Quinny have sorted the problem by providing an XL seat unit and extra long straps which will definitely allow my son to use the pushchair for as long... (read more)
Written on: 12/01/2010 by HannahsMom (2 reviews written)
When I first bought the Quinny buzz 3 in 2009 I loved it, The car seat was easy to fit with the adaptors and the pram is so easy to put up with the flick of one flap with just one hand, and moderately easy to put back down (definately not with one hand though). The pram is easy to steer and light enough to get up curbs etc: As my daughter got bigger though I started to wish I had just bought a cheaper pram. The seat is not very deep, so my daughter could not hold herself up and practise... (read more)
Written on: 27/10/2009
I absolutely LOVED my Quinny Buzz (3 wheeler 2008 model), I bought it with the Dreamy Carry cot, Maxi-cosi car seat and all the extras. I bought it in an uncommon colour too, which gave it that wow factor. I was so pleased with it initially...
Unfortunately nearly 10 months on I'm looking for something else. Whilst the Quinny looks great, has a soft squishy seat for baby and is great with the car seat it falls short on so many other points:
1 - The steering is really heavy now my son is... (read more)
Written on: 16/10/2009 by tobiasm (15 reviews written)
The problems other reviewers report about steerability of the Quinny Buzz seem to be specific to the 3 wheeler. I've had the 4 wheeler Quinny Buzz for some time and it's fantastic to steer.
Written on: 26/08/2009
i have the quinny buzz 4 wheeler and i thought it was great but then having it for 2months it started to develop problems e.g squeaking,steering to one side,feeling a bit too bouncy i know it has suspension but seems to bouncy also its a bit heavier compared to others (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2009 by michelleugwueze (1 review written)
I bought the quinny buzz pushchair/stroller in 2007, it was very fashionable and easy to manage, enjoyed every day I used it until my baby got bigger, I cannot use the pushchair, not deep enough and the strap isn't long enough. I believed my baby could use the pushchair for a long time but unfortunately not possible. I have now bought a small stroller, as it is practically impossible to carry my baby in my expensive quinny pushchair. Recently I met someone who informed me that I could... (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2009 by degbert (120 reviews written)
Quinnys are cool, for sure. Nice design, nice accessories and the whole thing is easy to assemble and configure how you need it. The car seat is great - very simple to "plug and play", and the main seat is a nice design (especially the rear-facing option, which we loved). No problems so far and on that basis alone it would get top marks.
But you can subtract for the following day-to-day problems -
There's no real solution for a 2nd baby in the set up.
The short strap problem as mentioned... (read more)
Written on: 08/05/2009
I bought the 200/2007 Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller model plus dreami carrycot, car seat and shopping bag etc.
Mainly bought because of simply folding system and ease to re-asemble.
Car seat works great on chassis for poppin in and out of car.
Wish i had never bought the dreami as she was not in it much due to boot space when put in car, easier to just click carseat on chassis and daughter has always been long so was in pushchair at 4 months.
Older model has a large hood great for... (read more)
Written on: 08/05/2009 by emmaandkirsten
Bought Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller in 2006/207 with dreami carrycot, maxi cosi carseat shopping basket etc.
Large hood is great on this older model keeping baby well shaded from all elements, i have not had t buy a parasol.
Think shopping basket could be larger but then most are small tese days unless you want a silvercoss style.
All the attachments are easily put on or off the chassis and the chassis folds with ease. Some people complain about having to take seat off to fold it down but... (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2009 by lynnmacd (1 review written)
I have used the Quinny Buzz Jogger Stoller 3 for over a year now. I bought the 2006/7 model as I think the seat looked much deeper. I really love the easy manouverability of this buggy and the 2 recline poisitions. you can use the 2 reclines facing the seat forward or back. I have had a replacement handle as the elastic hook broke which keeps the buggy from unfolding in transit and also the seat frame as the footrest didn't click into place - but the service from Dorrell has been... (read more)
Written on: 31/10/2008
I would not buy a quinny again, though I loved the way the car seat attached to the frame cos it made driving to places and getting around once there really easy. Also, it looks lovely but stupidly that was what encouraged me to get one...really and truly I feel they're not worth the money. I wouldn't bother getting the carrycot either cos you can use the pushchair attachment from birth. Overall this was a disappointing purchase for me. (read more)
Written on: 27/10/2008 by damaxta
We've been using the Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller system for nearly 16 months now, and whilst initial impressions were good; time and use have taken its toll.
The initial assembly is easy and folding the pram is fairly simple; but its much more impressive when you're unfolding it again. The Buzz has an assistance gadget for this and quick tug opens it fully with no fuss.
Using the Maxi- Cosi car seat is simple with this frame, using the two plastic adapters; although they can get lost easily if... (read more)
Written on: 09/09/2008 by madmax1 (1 review written)
I bought all pieces, the car seat, carrycot, bag, the lot etc. for some £500+ I find the pram to be heavy and takes up a lot of room in the boot of my car. The raincover is awkward for me to put on in a rush. To fold the pram down I had to lean with my full body weight to pull the cord that fastens the frame together. I found it impossible to take the car seat off the frame whilst my baby was in the car seat, I seem to need broad shoulders, strong thumbs and fingers and a third hand. I... (read more)
Written on: 03/09/2008 by babamoma (3 reviews written)
I love our Quinny buzz but I also think that it has some faults. Firstly I find it very easy to use. Some buggies and prams are impossible to fold and erect I found this one simple to use on both fronts. The car seat is so easy to use and fit in to the car and on to the frame for quick dashes when you don't want to disturb baby from their seat. I found the Pram (dreami - I think they call it) is great and doubles as a bed when I stay in my mums and saves having to bring a cot as well as a... (read more)
Written on: 29/08/2008 by MaddiesMum (2 reviews written)
I love my Quinny Buzz Jogger and although I do tend to use my Zia or Babyjogger more now (my daughter is 16 mths) she seems to prefer being in the Buzz and nearly always has a sleep in it where as she won't in the others. I can't fault mine, I've had none of the problems others have mentioned except for the harness being too tight but I rang Dorel direct and received the extenders the next day. I would say this is the not the pram to get if you have to use public transport very often, I've... (read more)
Written on: 24/07/2008 by waltehm (1 review written)
Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller - I find the front wheel useless. No one in my family can steer it except for me as I've had lots of practice. There's no way I could go out jogging with it.
The car seat fitted well, and folds up reasonably in the car (read more)
Written on: 24/07/2008 by StandenG (1 review written)
We just loved the look and functionality of the Quinny Buzz but after a few months of use became seriously concerned about the effectiveness of the brake mechanism. In short, we think it is far too easy for the user to not engage the brake pedal properly during the course of everyday use - meaning that the chair can sometimes roll-away when we think we have secured it. We have raised this with the manufacturer who deny the existence of a flaw. (read more)
Written on: 17/07/2008 by sruegg (2 reviews written)
We have had our Quiny Buzz Jogger Stroller (2008 model) for 3 months now and simply cannot fault it. We shopped around alot and I read a hundred and one reviews before taking the plunge and can honestly say it was well worth the money. The 2008 model does differ to the previous models as they have improved certain aspects of it. One of the difficulties with the old model was that when you folded the frame down you had to fight to keep it down whilst trying to attach a retaining cord that... (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2008
Would not buy again or recommend. Have had 10 different pushchairs over the years as I have 4 children and this is certainly not the best! (not the worst either!) (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2008 by 2776TASHA (1 review written)
I purchased the whole quinny, buzz, dreami, car seat and buggy. the carrycot is gorgeous and the car seat fantastic, but the buggy is designed terrible. Bit confusing really as the buggy cant be used from birth, the manual states 6 mths it can only be used from birth using the dreami and carseat. also the straps, to high, right up past my babys ears ,so i have to take his arms out, needs to have 3 positions, dorel now giving free harness extenders and a free 2nd stage seat unit , if you go... (read more)
Written on: 17/05/2008
I wouldn't recommend to 1st time mums as expensive and you'd be better off with a stroller. (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2008 by lotte1
I could put up with the majority of the problems if when told Dorel tried a little harder to rectify the main problem which is that the straps and seat of the Buzz just isn't big enough!!! (read more)
Written on: 08/05/2008
I do love this push chair when its all working well but after the ten millionth time of pumping up the tyres, oiling them and struggling with the straps i feel that it was not worth the money! I am fed up with all the problems i have had and the little niggling design faults. Now when i see people with the bugaboo i regret not going for that. (read more)
Written on: 05/05/2008 by srandle (1 review written)
This buggy is a nightmare. It is so heavy and far too wide. so i cant wheel it into restaurants or buses without being completely embarrassed and it won't even fit through some people's normal sized front doors. But the worst thing about it is the straps are ridiculously short. I have not been able to strap my son in since he was 4 months old and he is of a normal size. If he is in the QUINNY pram cosy, which you would assume would work with the Quinny, i cant even get the straps around his... (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2008
We use our buzz daily and it is fantastic. Over the past eight months we haven't had any complainys other than to order extention straps (free from supplier) and to give it an oil with some wd40 to stop any potential squeaking and make it easy to fold down again. Would highly recommend the Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller (read more)
Written on: 03/04/2008 by jkiernonr2301 (2 reviews written)
I had this pushchair for when my son was first born, and i bought the carrycot to use with it. the seat unit says from birth, but i dont think its really suitable for a newborn, especially if they're really small.the buzz box which is attached to the frame next to the backwheels is a godsend, its just big enough to fit everything you will need for your baby when your out and about, i didnt need a change bag i just used this. the carrycot is really nice and quite roomy, my son grew very... (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2008
Easy to maneuver, can do 360 very easily, easy to push with one hand. Babies love sitting up in the seat and the foot muff provided is brilliant keeping baby very warm. Really pleased with our choice of buggy, would recommend. Wheel base is slightly wider then I would like but not a real issue. (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2008 by wig1983 (1 review written)
It pushes lovely and is very comfortable for my daughter. Lovely buggy but its not for everyone. Quite bulky to fit in a car boot cos you have to take the seat off first you have to put it somewhere so you can colaspe the frame then put the seat in on top of it. The straps are a complete nightmare my daughter is 11 months and if she is wearing a coat I cannot strap her in. so dangerous. I have had to purchase longer straps off ebay something that I think the buggy should come with. (read more)
Written on: 19/03/2008 by natty76
Although I love the look and feel of the pram, I am disappointed as it does cost a lot of money and don't expect to have so many problems with it. (read more)
Written on: 19/03/2008 by customerx (5 reviews written)
I have bought the pushchair as part of a travel system in 2005, as it was THE thing to buy then, I was over the moon with the carrycot and with the maxi cosi car seat, but the pushchair let me down big time. It was heavy, hard to push, hard to steer, the tyres went flat twice and I had to go in another town to get the the tubes repaired, it's an absolute pain on the public transport, the recline buttons broke and it became a nightmare to recline the pushchair ever since, Dorel sent me... (read more)
Written on: 07/03/2008 by starshape (1 review written)
Fab looking bit of kit, a must for the image-concious hubby!!! and also the extending handle is good too. I love pushing this buggy as my babe looked all suggly in the Dreami carrycot, the maxi-cosi car seat with the easy base car base is a must and also transfer on and off the buzz wheel base was really easy. Also bought as babe can face you whilst they are very young (probably only one on market to do so)
Don't forget to silicone spray around wheels, extending handle bar and maxi cosi... (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2008
I love the Quinny Buzz Jogger Stroller. It is easy to use and change from carrycot to car seat etc. Stylish, and the automatic unfold is fab! A great system in my opinion. Oh, and this was my fourth pushchair in three months, but I've had this for three months now, and I will definitely be keeping it. (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2008
This stroller is strictly good for its looks. Obviously the best looking stroller out there. Functionally it is very poor. The rear wheels are too wide for most turns esp in urban areas. (We often run over peoples toes and hit doors and walls). The spacing of the wheels makes this stroller difficult to handle over curbs, bumps potholes etc. Furthermore, the most ridiculous thing about this stroller is the design of the harness. The straps are very difficult to fit over a child over 25 pounds... (read more)
Written on: 14/02/2008
I loved the look of the Quinny Buzz but now realise it is the worst pushchair I have ever purchased. My son is only ten months and harness is very tight. I cannot sit my son back up from a reclining position if I am on my own, need two people to do this. Only used it for about two months. (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2008 by ireneboyd (1 review written)
i think the pram is great, i have used it from the day my wee boy was born last june with the maxi cosi, the dreami and now the seat. i found the straps could not be adjusted any longer but if you phone dorel uk ltd on 0208 236 0707 and go through to customer services they will send you harness extension free of charge. you can fold it down with the seat still attached, but it must be facing away from you. i have a v. golf and it fit in the boot no bother. i love it and would recomend... (read more)
Written on: 29/01/2008 by claire82dawson (1 review written)
I absolutely love this pushchair my daughter is now 15 months and still looks great in it never had a single prolem would recommend to anyone A********** (read more)
Written on: 28/01/2008 by efahy
We want to get a new push chair as having only had this for four weeks we feel it is too much of a liability. (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2008
At first I bought a Jane Salom pro only had it till baby was 1 month old n changed it for the Quinny Buzz and the Quinny is so much better (read more)
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