Folded: 87.5 x 60 x 31.5
The Quinny Buzz 3 is an all-terrain 3 wheel pushchair with option to add carrycot or car seat to form complete travel system (Maxi-Cosi or Quinny Dreami car seat). It has a number of unique features: the seat can be forward or rear facing, the chassis is easy to fold and really compact with an automatic unfolding action (magical). The handle is height adjustable and the absence of a bar between the wheels means you don't have to walk with your bottom sticking out. The back wheels are pneumatic to ensure a comfortable ride for baby while the small front wheels will make manoeuvring the buggy a breeze. However a number of reviewers have said that this is not an bus-suitable pushchair or one that allows much shopping in the basket.
I find it very easy to manouvre and my son loves being in it and looks really snug. It also comes with an extra large seat to use when your child is over 18 months old. This is also something I thought was very innovative. It is rather heavy and I must admit that it is a struggle to fit it in the boot of my Fiesta.
Reviews in chronological order (Total 3 comments)
The Quinny is well suited to most terrains due to its large substantial wheels, and I also like that you can place a maxi cosi car seat ontothe frame which is was brilliant when my daughter was first born. I do find that the frame and wheels are a little too large though and I struggle to get through some doorways. It also has a basic design fault in that you cannot put hardly anything in the basket beneath the frame as if you do, it stops the wheels from moving. This was really serious as I had just put some shopping in the basket and left my local shop to cross the busy road outside. While I was crossing the wheels jammed as there was too much in the basket and cars were approaching me. The only way I could cross the road quickly was lifting the whole pram across the road. I now know not to put anything in but this is really disappointing. I also find that it is really heavy and bulky so I am thinking of exchanging it for a lighter and smaller model