Quinny Buzz Xtra Pushchair

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  • Easy to steer
  • Value for money
  • Easy to fold
  • Built to last
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      This buggy is very easy to stear and it has plenty of space for the child to fit and grow.

    • Weaknesses:

      The basket is small underneath.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I got this pushchair on sale for my first child. It has done us well without any problems for over 2 years. It takes a while to get used to folding it and there is not much space in the basket underneath. It is easily steered and manoeuvred.
  • 3.63/5
    • Strengths:

      A sturdy and durable pushchair which is very easy to steer

    • Weaknesses:

      Very stiff to fold and the basket is tiny

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I liked this pushchair as it is so versatile and meant I would only need the one pushchair to see my child through all the stages. It is very easy to steer and is a very strong and durable pushchair. However it became clear quick quickly that there is one fairly big let down on this pushchair and that is its ability to fold easily. It does fold but I found that you really have to have quota strength in you if you want to fold it without a struggle.
  • 3.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to manoeuvre

    • Weaknesses:

      Bulky and stiff to fold

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love using this stroller however with great products there's usually disadvantages. The basket is small, the tyres deflate quickly and it's a bit stiff to fold. Fortunately it is easy to manoeuvre and you can face it forward or towards you.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Durability

    • Weaknesses:

      Can be difficult to fold if not oiled regularly

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Absolutely love this pushchair. My son had it from 9 months and it took him right up to age 3 and he still uses it now occasionally! I love quinny pushchairs as they are incredibly easy to push especially with one hand. I have nerve damage in one arm so I tend to try push with one arm when I’m in pain. You still have great control of the pram and the swivel wheels help with that. Out of all the pushchairs we tried this was by far our selected choice. It’s a shame the basket is small but i only ever kept the rain cover in there really. The clip on bag is great too and doesn’t come off of accidentally kicked. It was very easy to keep clean and he fabric was a very strong material and stains cane right up so it always looked new.
  • 2.25/5
    • Strengths:

      It does look nice and can parent face

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    As much as I like the look of the pushchair , i have found this pushchair to be a massive pain. It is just so heavy, and awkward to steer most of the time. I like the fact it can parent face and I always prefer the one handle , as it would usually make it easier for me to hold my 5 year olds hand etc. But it’s near on impossible with this pushchair.
  • 3.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Steering, versitility

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy, small basket, gets stuck

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this mainly because it was reasonably priced and it would last through each stage. However it's heavy, I live in a first floor maisonette with no hallway, you can imagine my troubles. I've resulted to leaving it up with the travel cot on in the garage. I have the maxi Cosi car seat which adapts to the frame so I just take the frame when out, however I have issues collapsing it, it seems to get stuck even after applying a bit of WD40. The clips don't seem to release it properly. I've also had to by one of those carabina clips for shopping because the basket is so small! Hardly get anything in there unlike others I've seen.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Great lightweight but built to last

    • Weaknesses:

      The tyres are air tyres

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love this pram. Its easy to use the only thing I would say is it's sometimes difficult to fold. Apart from that it's a fantastic pram. It's spacious and can easily be forward facing or parent facing. One downfall is the air wheels these can be easily burst while out. The adjustable handle is fantastic can easily be moved up or down while walking without having to fiddle with loads of buttons.
  • 3.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to manoeuvre

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy/bulky, breaks stick easily, small basket

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This pushchair is stylish to look at and is a good option for a travel system. I am currently using it on baby number two so it lasts well too.

    However there are several pitfalls that I have discovered and find frustrating, firstly and most obviously the buggy is very bulky and heavy so not the easiest to get in and out of the car. I find that the storage basket at the bottom of the pushchair is too small to be practical or useful. Also I have had troubles with stiff brakes that can be difficult to operate and the lock for the folding system often sits in the wrong position so doesn’t latch itself.

    All in all it is a good product but it does have several nuisance flaws.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Ver6 easy to manover and last for more than 3 babyes

    • Weaknesses:

      Wide to pass trought some doors

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money

    I had Speedy And then Buzz and Zapp, a big fan of Quinny.


    Very reliable pram, comfortable for mother and baby.


    A bit wide to pass thought some old lifts, but very comfy , this widnes make it very stable.

  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to steer

    • Weaknesses:

      very big and heavy

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Bought it after i had Quinny Mood and was a bit disappointed. Buzz Xtra is very easy to steer but sometimes it did not fit through shop doors as is a wide one.More space in the seat than Mood and the sunshade is a lot longer but i felt it was a bit too big for my car boot so had to give up this one as well
  • 3.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to manoeuvre, can lock front wheel, extendable hood

    • Weaknesses:

      Still heavy to lift, tiny basket

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    The pram looks stylish and is easy to manoeuvre, can lock the front wheel if required
    Good to use as a travel system
    Easy to unfold with the one button and it unfolds itself
    I don’t think the carry cot is as nice as another male I have used and you have to get the fly net separate and attach it separately( my other model had this built in)
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Sturdy and stable

    • Weaknesses:

      To wide for a single

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I owned a Quinny Buzz, it was great to steer, comfortable for my baby and laid flat. I was also able to hang bags using a buggy clip. Only slight negative was it was quite wide for a single but overall I loved this pushchair and it lasted for two children.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Good off road. Comfortable. large hood

    • Weaknesses:

      Can be hard to fold, small seat, small basket

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    The quinny buzz xtra is a moderately priced from birth pushchair. It comes with a newborn insert or you can purchase the carrycot separately. I used mine from birth with the newborn insert mainly.

    The newborn insert is a wedge which fills the seat and makes it flat. The straps slot through it so baby is nice and secure. I actually preferred this to a carrycot as I found that when on bumpy paths or off road babies tend to slide about in a carrycot as they are not strapped. The hood is massive and extendable so provides plenty of cover, but does stop you from seeing baby which I find annoying.

    The seat unit is very comfortable. Its well padded and the straps are easy to adjust. I do think the seat unit is small and although its advertised to last until around 3 years old I doubt most children would be comfortable at that age in it.

    The foot rest is adjustable and I loved this pushchair untill my child was around 18months.

    I love the air filled tires. These are brilliant for off road and we have taken this pushchair all over! The three wheel design is also good on rough ground and the front swivel wheel is lockable.

    The fold takes a bit of a knack and I find it awkward . It does unfold itself though which is handy! You need to take it into two pieces to fold and it is bulky. Its not going to fit into a small car boot. Its also quite heavy but the weight does give it more stability.

    I love that baby can world or parent face but its quite reclined when parent facing which some babies wont like. The basket is also small and shallow so not ideal for shopping. The handlebar adjusts to a good height, i am 5ft 10 and its a nice height for me. The brake is easy to put on and off too and it comes with a raincover.

    I also love that the handlebar and bumperbar are not foam! They are much more hardy and no worries of bite marks

    Over all the buzz is great if you like country walks. The hood is huges but does stop you from seeing baby. The wheels are great and i like the automatic unfold but I think two years is the maximum it would last.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to push super stylish super comfy for baby

    • Weaknesses:

      Hard to get on an off busses

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This product i demand for my pushchair for my second child and i wasn't disappoint . Its super easy to fold super easy to clean and super easy to push. I find it light weight and easy to change if need be i haven't used it in the winter yet but even my 3 year old loves a ride it.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to put up and fold down, lightweight, the Quinny accessories are wonderful!

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money

    This pram is fabulous, from the beginning of putting it together and folding it away; I can take it out of the boot of the car with one hand while I hold baby in the other. It turns corners and goes over bumps with such ease. I bought a Quinny footmuff to use with it, and it’s wonderful! The underneath storage basket is on the small side; but I rarely use it because I have my nappy bag hanging from the handle. My baby girl used the new born insert and the moved on to the normal chair; and she loves looking up and out around her. I’ve taken it on and off buses; and it’s very easy to manoeuvre. I would recommend this pram to anyone!

  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Manoeuvrability, changing system around is easy, hard wearing and easy to take apart/put together.

    • Weaknesses:

      Tiny basket underneath and the attachable bag is teeny too so not great for lots of shopping.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought the Quincy Buzz Xtra second hand with all the extras/accessories after having an Oyster pram that we didn’t get on with. I’m so glad we did because the Quinny is a great pram. It’s easy to swap between the pushchair and the adapters for either the bassinet or the car seat (we have a Maxi cosi). The rear wheels are quite wide but manoeuvrability is great with the three wheeled system (we haven’t bought the four wheeled converter). The only downside is the basket and bag are useless for storage so if you need it for big shops this is not the chair for you. It fits a changing bag and swimming bag at a push but the access is also tricky so not the best putting things in/out the basket. I’ve found using a large mummy clip on the handle works when I do go shopping though.
  • 3.50/5
    • Strengths:

      N/a

    • Weaknesses:

      Folding mehanisn. Heavy to push

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    First of all this pushchair is very well built cant argue with that. Price is a little on the expensive side in my opinion as its not easy to push unless u have a very light or newborn child. Definitely not for use up to 3 years as their state. Design fault mean the seat i'm forward facing mode hits the main frame of the chasis and creates cosmetic damage. We also found the seat leg lift to be very tempremental. Its very hard to turn on corners. Even with handle extended and child facing you. Folding mechanism sticks and firstly is very hard to fold. This product is in my mind not one of the best. Certainly needs re assessment
  • 3.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Rare/front facing, high seat unit, one handle push

    • Weaknesses:

      Bulky wheels, doesn't feel sturdy, smallish basket

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    We had this buggy for our 2,5 years old and unfortunately it did feel small for her, hence I find it would be a great deal for smaller babies, rather than toddlers.

    Fantastic features would be rare and front facing seat, which is quite high up and this is something I would always appreciate in buggies as I love being close to my little ones.
    It's a one handle push, although getting up/down the curbs can be tricky and I had to use both hands for this. Having 2,5 year old in it and doing curbs, I did have moments when I felt it may snap,but it never did, which means its built to last.

    The hood could be slightly bigger or at different angle but having smaller baby in the buggy, it could do just a perfect job.
    Basket is smallish but solid, and even with small rip in our one I had no doubts it wilk last. The folding mechanism is a bit tricky to get on with and it ends up taking a lot of space afterwards but it should fit in the boot of the car. Using this buggy on public transport, buses should be entered via back door (if available) as the wheels are quite high and kept getting stuck underneath the bus chairs.
    Saying that, I did appreciate the pumped wheels for smooth push on the pavements or grass.

    Overall, it's a good, smart looking with loads of colours the chose from buggy for newborns till probably 1,5years old. Great if you don't have to carry it around and not using public transport frequently.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Comfortable to push and comfortable for baby

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy when in and out of the car

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Loved the red colour, once we knew how to fold the pram it was simple but took a while for the grandparents to work it out. Also very heavy when your in and out of the car a lot. Very easy to push and brilliant for off road walking.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Durability, ease of use, comfort for baby.

    • Weaknesses:

      Rear wheels are a little large when in shops.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    After having 2 other travel systems in the past this has been my favourite and my little boy agrees. He's enjoyed and been comfy in every step. From the large spacious carry cot which lasted till he was 12 weeks old (hes a long baby) he is now enjoying the seat unit parent facing and forward facing. He's now six months old and has massive amounts of room left to grow. He's well supported and the ease of use to change seat position when hes tired is amazing.
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Made to last

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    The best stroller, I had it already for 14 months and is so good, build to last, no steering problems, very easy to push, easy to fold, and very comfortable for my little one. Recommend with all my hart!
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Strong and sturdy

    • Weaknesses:

      Small basket underneath

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Love the pushchair, great for most terrains, but would have preferred the storage basket underneath to be much bigger.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Everything

    • Weaknesses:

      Nothing

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I absolutely love the quinny best buy ever. my daughter loved facing me. My favourite colour is red its nice and bright, my daughter all ways falls asleep in the pushchair as its so comfy.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      It's such an easy pram to push, I love my pram! The pram is so light. Worth every penny.

    • Weaknesses:

      The basket is a little on the small side.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this pram for my daughter who is now one, it's very easy to push. I love this pram! I Definitely would recommend. The pram is so light. This pram is very modern.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Built to last

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love this pram. We bought it when I was due my 1st baby in 2012 and it lasted her now. My son uses it and he is almost 16 months. It's such a comfy pram. So easy to use. I love it.
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Description

Built with strong looks to match its bold nature this 3 wheeler pushchair goes a little further than the others. The Quinny Buzz Xtra goes a little further than other pushchairs. It is designed with tough wheels making it ideal for all terrains. The Quinny Buzz Xtra can be adapted to become a 3 way Travel System with a carrycot or a Maxi-Cosi infant car seat. 

Features:

  • New and improved easy to use folding mechanism, now folds from the back
  • Automatic unfolding frame
  • Forward and rearward facing seat
  • The seat has 3 forward and 2 rearward facing recline positions
  • Travel system option with foldable carrycot and any Maxi-Cosi baby car seats 
  • Use from birth with the newborn insert
  • Extra large sun canopy
  • Large colour co-ordinated shopping basket (max. 5kg)
  • Foam filled comfort tyres
  • Front and rear wheel suspension
  • Adjustable footrest
  • Lockable front swivel wheel
  • Height adjustable pushchair
  • Quick release removable rear wheels
  • Dirt and water resistant seat cover

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