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Quinny Speedi SX

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Overall 8
8.0

" Good buggy - some design niggles…"

JoanyY, Mumsnet
11 July 2013
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0
Value for money 8
8.0
Ease of use 8
8.0
Overall quality 8
8.0

Not bad

annafoot, babyworld
27 February 2013
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Excellent for walks…"

MrsDuds, Mumsnet
24 October 2012
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

" I heart my speedi. I've only given 7 for durability…"

reastie, Mumsnet
22 November 2011
  • Excerpt: I heart my speedi. I've only given 7 for durability but that's only as I can't comment as we haven't had it long enough. DD is now in the pushchair section having been in the pram and car seat attachments previously. This buggy is a dream to push and DD is really comfy in it. The only down sides I've found is it's size (it's still big even when folded) and that DD can't sit fully straight up in it - she always partially reclines due to it's design.
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Overall 8
8.0

probably one of the best quinnys

stormw, Dooyoo
19 February 2010
  • Summary: First Sight ---- I saw the Quinny Speedi in Mothercare for 270.00 this was just for the pram and the rain cover which is pretty pricey but i do have to say its worth it. The first thing that attracted me to the pram was the size of the seat, my son is big for his age and i had been looking for a pram that would be suitable for him so he could have some room and comfort when out and about.
  • Pros: easy to push, comfortable, great look pram
  • Cons: bulky and heavy when folded
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Overall 8
8.0

" I live in the country and do allot of walking…"

biddy1902, Mumsnet
20 August 2009
  • Excerpt: I live in the country and do allot of walking - mostly on roads etc but it is really easy to push but not really pratical for going round the shops. I recently purchased a small buggy for my boot. You could walk for miles and you dont know your pushing a pram. Still use the carrycot and carseat allot my baby is 6 mnths.
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Overall 8
8.0

" We bought this as a travel system (carrycot and car…"

hobnob57, Mumsnet
21 February 2009
  • Excerpt: We bought this as a travel system (carrycot and car seat included). I had an emcs and found the light steering and maneuverability on this pram a godsend in the early weeks. Having the carrycot was also really useful as you could clip it on and off allowing my DD to fall asleep in it prior to walks if need be and be moved into the house after walks, etc. DD is now 2 and still favours this pram over her stroller for comfort and smoothness of ride.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Very easy and light to use. Position of seat has…"

woodland, Mumsnet
14 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Very easy and light to use. Position of seat has not been an issue. At 3 yrs old my tall-for-her-age daughter still fits comfortably. I also use it for my newborn by putting in a bit of extra padding. It takes a buggy board well because the handles are height adjustable. My 3 year old stands inside the handle bar but we have taken off the handbrake lever to give her more space (I never used it anyway).
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Overall 8
8.0

" I would buy this buggy anytime again. Its manoeverability is…"

Beatrix, Mumsnet
12 March 2008
  • Excerpt: I would buy this buggy anytime again. Its manoeverability is excellent. It folds up realy easyly and all the wheels come off easyly. It is the only buggy that my daughter still falls a sleep in at the age of one and a half. The hand break has proven to be very useful in our more hilly area.
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Overall 8
8.0

" I used this buggy from 3 month and found it…"

MumsnetReviewer, Mumsnet
25 September 2007
  • Excerpt: I used this buggy from 3 month and found it to be an excellent purchase. It is a nice roomy ride for baby and is great for walks. It folds up well and the wheels come off very easily for small car boots. The only downsides are the fact it is only forward facing (I missed being able to see my little one) and I found it slightly wide when shopping. Also it does not have an upright enough seat for my son - I had to customise mine so that he could sit more upright.
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