The Quinny range is a great choice of pushchairs and carrying devices for any parents on the go. Below are a few of their fantastic products:
The Buzz 3-Wheeler
One of Quinny’s most iconic prams is the Buzz 3-wheeler. There’s a shopping basket to carry all your bits and bobs around with you, as well as a fully adjustable push bar and a backrest that reclines. The front wheel is very maneuverable, and is able to rotate 360 degrees and lock.
As well as that, there’s an adjustable footrest and the whole thing unfolds automatically at the touch of a button when you need to get it out from storage. The thing that really tops it all off though is the fact that it becomes a 3-in-1 travel system when you combine it with the Quinny Foldable carrycot and any of the Maxi-Cosi baby car seats. It’s truly hard to believe that something this flexible and advanced can be so simple to use.
The latest 2012 model includes a parasol clip, sun canopy, rain cover, bumper bar and car seat/carrycot adaptors. If that isn’t enough to push your baby around in then we don’t know what is!
Quinny produce many other types of pushchair that revolutionise your everyday infant-transportation needs, without ever risking your budget being exceeded. The Quinny Moodd is really convenient, and the Quinny Yezz is an award winner because of how lightweight it is and because it can compacted and carried on your shoulder when it’s not in use. It’s also able to stand upright when it’s folded up to be stored away.
The Quinny Speedi is for anybody who’s planning to head off into the countryside, off the beaten track. Its flexibility is unrivalled and it contains such additions as a mosquito net, rain cover, mattress, blanket and wind protector. The Quinny Zapp is also really portable – suitable for travel on trains, planes and all manner of automobiles because of how small it compacts to when folded away.
But this year it’s all about the Quinny Zapp Xtra, available in North America from December 2012. The Xtra provides you with a reversible seat for your baby, so you can let them face where they’re going or up at you instead – whatever you and they prefer. On top of that it has three forward facing reclining positions and two backwards facing reclining positions. With a shopping basket, parasol clip, sun canopy, rain cover, car seat adaptors and additional extras like a parasol, bumper bar and matching footmuffs, the future of pushchairs is already here.
*Guest post by Vicky W