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Quinny-moodd.34034750
8.9 out of 10

Quinny Moodd

Great Deal: $699.99

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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
30 March 2012
  • Conclusion: The Quinny Moodd looks amazing and has a clever unfold feature, but its size makes it best for countryside outings, not shops or public transport. Be mindful when you have the front wheels in swivel mode and the seat reclined.
  • Pros: Stylish, on smooth surface it is effortless to push, reversible seat direction, travel system compatible, can become a 4-wheeler if front wheel conversion unit purchased, I love the look of the Moodd. The seat is overwhelmingly comfortable and has three positions, including lie-flat. Sofia loves being upright though, and no wonder as it offers her a great vantage point. The seat can be rear or forward facing, allowing your baby to see you or the world. As your baby be...
  • Cons: Big, heavy, when seat fully reclined and front wheel in swivel mode it doesn't feel that stable on uneven terrain, tiny shopping basket, After the delight at the way the buggy opens, folding it down is a disappointment. You can do it with the seat attached, when it’s facing forward, but when the Moodd’s collapsed, I can’t believe it is so big and bulky. So big and bulky, this is probably not the pushchair for you if you've limited space in both car and home, or indeed...
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Overall 5
4.5

2013 Quinny Moodd

Strollers and Prams
30 September 2013
  • Summary: This pram is funky and stylish but it also is a comfortable and smooth ride for both you and baby. The clever folding mechanism is more than a gimmick, it really makes life easier. If only I could curb my shopping habit or get more storage, this would be coming very close to being my perfect pram!
  • Pros: Stylish, Easy fold / unfold, Robust and durable, Excellent comfort and manoeuvrability
  • Cons: Small shopping basket, Wide back wheels, make for a large foot print, No canopy window, Quite heavy
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