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Quinny 2012 Buzz Stroller, Rocking Black

by Quinny

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  • Unique and revolutionary folding system (automatic unfolding)
  • Double, 360 degree lockable front swivel wheel
  • Forward and rear facing seat unit
  • Height adjustable push bar
  • Includes canopy, shopping basket, adapters for Mico and Dreami
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Technical Details
Item Weight12 Kg
Product Dimensions88.9 x 62.2 x 33 cm
Item model numberCV155RKB
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation2.3 kilograms
Maximum weight recommendation22.7 kilograms
Number of items1
Best usesBabies Baby Infant Toddlers, Diapering Travel Needs
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #12,873 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 Kg
Date First AvailableFeb. 24 2012
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The Quinny Buzz Stroller, with its European design, has a unique and revolutionary compact folding system which enables the Buzz to unfold itself automatically at the touch of a hand. The Quinny Buzz Stroller is stylish but practical with a double, 360 degree lockable front swivel wheel allowing maximum stability and high maneuverability. The extra comfortable pre-formed cushion has dirt and water resistant layer, flexible and breathable layer and a soft comfortable foam layer.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Nikbakht on Feb. 24 2014
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It is smooth and I can easily turn it with one hand. It is easy to push in flat surface but not good for gravel or grass fields.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Review from a excited first time father to be. May 18 2012
By Roberto A. Jimenez - Published on
Color Name: Brown Boost
Choice - Quinny Buzz 2011 in "Brown Boost"
To start I should disclose that I am an expecting father, thus, my child has yet to be born (lol) and so I might update this review when stroller is used with my child in it. For now this review is based on my inspections of the stroller once it was taken out of the box, assembled, and tested around a few blocks. In preparation for my first kid I did a lot of research on strollers and narrowed down my choice to the Quinny Buzz.

Why?- My concerns were safety, comfort, ease on collapsing and unfolding, and max weight that the stroller will hold. Secondary factors were style and looks. My choices were narrowed to the Bugaboo Chameleon, Uppababy Vista, and Quinny Buzz. The Quinny won on account of price, weight limit going to 55lbs (Chameleon was noted to max out at a little less than 40lbs), and the auto one handed (or even slight kick) unfolding mechanism. The Uppababy ran 3rd on account of reviews I read stating that the stroller would collapse unexpectedly and the unfolding method seeming to be a bit complicated.

Out of box - The stroller came in a box and was very protected from being damaged during shipping. Just about every corner, hinge, etc was covered with soft foam to keep it from scratching or denting. The assembly was super easy with simply sliding the shopping net in 1st, then snapping in the wheels after. A little extra air in the tires was needed though, but no biggy. The "Boost Brown" color is NOT as shown in the factory pics. The pics depict a chocolate brown color for the seat but only the top shade comes in that color. The seat is more of a light brown (like coffee with a lot of cream added to I don't mind, but never-the-less thought some people should know because usually people expect to get what they see (HINT HINT QUINNY inc.)

Test - The tests I performed where just to see how the stroller handled and how easy it would be to put away and bring out. The first thing I did of course was to text the auto-unfolding mechanism. I have to say I am pleased with this function because it actually works. A simple nudge and boom the stroller is up and ready. There is a strap that will help prevent the stroller from unfolding when you wish not to allow it to do so (when in storage, trunk, etc).I saw videos that suggest you can fold down the stroller with the seat on but when I tried that it wasn't too easy and seem to make a snap sound that made me nervous (didn't want to break the stroller or seat). So from now on I will just take the seat off when folding the frame down. I took off the seat to face the pusher and that was a snap. Easy push buttons down, move the seat, and snap back on. One issue is that when the seat faces the pusher it only allows two positions. When its forward facing it has 3 positions. So one position is lost when the seat faces the pusher (construction flaw I guess). I bought a Quinny Dreami (in "Storm" color) for the stroller and, with the included Maxi Cosi adapters, the Dreami slides into place nice and secure. The stroller looks very nice with the Dreami so I'm very pleased.

Outside testing - Took the stroller for a spin around a few blocks. Test was conducted on sidewalks, pavement streets, and around the park (grass, dirt, etc). The stroller is smooth and comfortable. Stroller was a breeze to go off and up sidewalks, the pavemented streets were a smooth walk, and on grass the stroller did not snag. I walked around trees and slid like a snake on all terrains to see the ease of pushing it around and I was able to do so without a problem, even with one hand. Canopy (sun shade) is ok, could have been a bit longer but I do like the peek-a-boo window to keep an eye on my child when the seat is forward facing.

So far:
*Price (compared to other brands with same style)
*Auto un-folding
*Compact when folded
*Easy to assemble (and even disassemble)
*Control on terrains
*Max weight is 55lbs (which will stretch the stroller life as the child grows)
* Good jogger stroller and good all around stroller.

*Color did not match photo (but still satisfied)
*Canopy could be bigger.
*Straps could get a little tricky to adjust. Might need more practice.
*When seat is set towards the stroller pusher you loose one position placement when compared to when it is foward facing.
*"Dreami" is sold separately (Bugaboo and Uppababy have bassinet included)
*Cup holder, mosquito cover, rain cover, also sold separately.
*Under storage basket is a bit small.

Recommendations - Buy the Quinny "Dreami" for the stroller. While it will only last you for about 6 months, its still stylish and doubles as a mini baby bed when you go to a friend's/family member's house. It is VERY comfy looking and the materials are very soft.
Also I bought the Quinny Buzz on another "bidding" style site, brand new in a sealed box, and lucked out on the price of $265 (no tax, free shipping). =). So shop around 1st.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Smart. Easy. Convenient. Dec 29 2011
By M. Nasca - Published on
Light weight (really light weight)
Easy to fold up
Folds flat
Easy to lift into trunk
Inflatable tires make it easy to push.
Good on the beach if you don't put too much pressure on the front wheels
Brake and release pedals are easy to use


I purchased Safety 1st On Board 35 Air Infant Car Seat, Silverleaf and Quinny Buzz Adapter For Safety 1St Onboard 35 Air Ics, Black so I did NOT have to purchase Quinny Dreami Bassinet, Rocking Black. It worked out perfectly. You can transition the car seat from the stroller to the car without waking a sleeping baby. I would highly recommend all three products.

Edit May 2014:
My daugher is petite at 3.5 she is still only 30 - 33 lbs and fits in the regular stroller just fine. If she is tired and cranky I'll take her for a walk in it and she falls asleep in no time at all. Lately she will ask me to take her for a walk so she can fall asleep. Great product.
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
What Are We Paying For Exactly? Dec 12 2012
By jnet - Published on
Unfortunately, I fell victim to the "it's pricey and looks good, so it must be amazing" mentality. Luckily we didn't pay full price for this. I stayed in this state of hypnosis/denial for a while until the stresses of motherhood forced me look for any areas in my life that could be made a little easier. And this stroller "ain't it." Firstly, I had to watch an instruction video on youtube 3 times to figure out how to collapse the thing. And when you have a hungry newborn, that's not an easy thing to do - both watching videos or collapsing this stroller. It requires a complicated coordination of both hands moving in different directions; and as a pianist I haven't done anything this complex with my hands since playing a Chopin Etude. And my poor husband, 1.5 years later, still has to ask me to collapse the stroller.

Also, I think we must have gotten an earlier version because our original seat was in the color "storm" with white straps and a light colored crotch strap. There seems to be no way to remove these and clean them. Also, the cushioned seat is made of some kind of foamy material that easily "pocks" and peels. We bought a replacement seat cover which comes in a nylon fabric; this seems to be more durable however the dirty white original straps still poke through. This makes our pricey, fashionable stroller look old and tired. So if you're gonna splurge on this thing, get a version with dark straps.

Lastly, I'm not sure why more people haven't mentioned this: holy front-wheel lock Batman! I decided to write this review after trying to do some holiday shopping today and was repeatedly embarrassed when, in a crowded store, I had to bend down to manually turn the front wheel - as annoyed people began queuing behind me. Seriously, trying to turn a corner with this thing will give you a complex. It had gotten to the point that I dreaded taking it into stores or any place crowded; how embarrassing is it to be pushing an overpriced stroller then have to bend over to adjust the wheel just so you can get out of Starbucks?

And P.S. This monster will take up ALL of your trunk space.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great stroller Sept. 30 2013
By Karen E Tabora - Published on
Love this stroller, great for active new parents. We had a regular Chicco Cortina and it was so hard to get around the park areas and sidewalks. we ended up getting the Quinny Buzz due to the large wheels and the option to flip the seat forward or backward, it gave the baby a security of seeing mommy or daddy while going for a stroll.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Amazing. Nov. 22 2013
By LAs26 - Published on
Let me just say I NEVER write reviews about anything but this is a wonderful stroller! We originally had the Graco Metropolis stroller that is HUGE, heavy, and a pain for me operate but this is the complete opposite. Lightweight, rolls so nicely, lays flat so it stores excellent, and I love the rear facing and forward facin option not to mention it is SO easy to use. Highly highly recommend.

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