Summary: This bassinet was an outstanding addition to our Quinny Buzz Stroller. It comes with the adapters and a blanket fir the baby! It also comes with the rain cover as well which is essential since it rains where we live all year long! Absolutely a must have!
High quality, but heavy. YOU WILL NEED ADAPTORS!!!
1 May 2011
Summary: YOu need the adaptors for this to work for you Buzz stroller. Its high quality. You can tell by the feel of the materials. Because of the high quality materials, its relatively heavy. IT also looks very good while walking around.
Excerpt: Bought the Quinny Speedi as we wanted a pushchair that could cope with grass, snow and country walks - something our Mothercare My4 is hopeless with but the Speedi really delivers and is actually a pleasure to push. It is also a generous size which has been great as both my DS and DD are big for their ages. Although it is quite heavy, it folds down well, the wheels are easy to remove and it is easy to open out. The rain cover is also quick and easy to fit and take off.
Excerpt: I did a lot of walking with my little one, for outdoor multi-terrain walking this is great and reasonably ease to fold up and down. It does remain quite bulky and cumbersome once collapsed and I am glad I have an SUV with plenty of space in the back. If you want a pushchair to go shopping with this is not ideal for pushing around crammed shops as it does take up a lot of room. The fitting of the rain cover is not particularly great.
Excerpt: We wanted a buggy that could be combined with a maxicosi car seat and came across this one. It is very attractive to look at and great for off roading. We have dogs to walk so take the buggy across fields etc. It is very easy to fold down and take apart. A couple of downsides are the fact it is quite big when collapsed and also quite heavy. We have a big car boot so it fits easily but if you have a small boot you may struggle.
Excerpt: WE’ve had it three years now. Takes all sorts of terrain and abuse. Great. Wide, we struggle sometimes in narrow spaces, great turning circle though. Heavy but easy enough but have to pop the wheels off to lift it and fit it in the boot. Harder to do in the dark in the rain when your fingers are numb! Added a buggy board now which is working well but poor access to foot brake.
Excerpt: I got the quinny speedi 3 wheeler as a second pushchair after discovering that the pushchair I had originally bought (graco fusio) did not cope well with even the smallest of bumps. The speedi has large wheels and suspension meaning that it gives baby a smooth ride whatever the terrain. We mainly use it for long walks. It is wider than most pushchairs and doesn't fit round the shops very well.