Quinny Stroller Reviews

Easy to Use with Modern Design

Each Quinny stroller has a modern design with high-fashion urban style.

Quinny is a Dutch company that has been a part of the European market for many years and produces various juvenile products, mainly strollers. Nicolaas Quint started the original company in 1950 and they had been designing and marketing high-end strollers and baby gear for more than 50 years.

Now a subdivision of the Dorel Juvenile Group since April 2001, Quinny has become more of a well-known name accepted within the world of juvenile products throughout the global marketplace, offering futuristic designs and features .

Why choose a Quinny stroller?

This brand takes pride in its products and focuses on making sure that their products have a very high standard with particular attention to quality and safety. They are known for innovative designs that incorporate state-of-the-art features and up-to-date fashion.

A Quinny stroller offers today's parents original travel solutions, made with both parent and child's lifestyle and living situation in mind. All Quinny strollers can be combined with a Maxi-Cosi infant car seat to create a fully coordinated travel system. Each stroller has the option of a variety of additional accessories you can purchase separately.

Quinny strollers at a glance

Quinny collaborates every year with top fashion designers and artists to bring you exciting fabrics, prints and textures. Full size strollers include the  Moodd and Buzz Xtra. Then you have the ultra-compact and travel friendly Zapp Xtra and Yezz.

Each Quinny stroller has different accessories included like a bug net, storage basket and rain shield, or optional accessories to purchase like a foot muff, bassinet or parasol. Take a closer look at each below.

Moodd

This is a beautiful, almost futuristic stroller, as I have heard it described.  You can get the Quinny Moodd in either a black or white frame with a variety of colors. You also have the option to get a luxurious designer style such as Rachel Zoe and get a matching Maxi Cosi car seat and diaper bag or if you're a funky type, go for an artist's touch from  Romero Britto.

Your child rides from age 6 months up to a 50-pound weight limit, but is newborn ready if you use a car seat or Tukk Bassinet.

Like the Buzz Xtra, the Quinny Moodd has an automatic unfold at just the touch of a button, and the fold is super easy to do as well. The seat is reversing to face either the parent or the outside world and reclines fully flat to accommodate a newborn if you're not keen on using a car seat or bassinet. Your child rests comfortably in three recline positions in either direction.

A full-coverage canopy and adjustable legrest provides ideal support and sun/wind protection while your baby lays back and enjoys the ride. A telescoping handle, shopping basket, luxury colors and innovative design make you happy. 




Buzz Xtra

Parents love the sleek Euro-design of the Quinny Buzz Xtra stroller, and it will surely turn some heads when you're out in the neighborhood. This stroller has gone through some recent improvements, Buzz is known for its smooth ride and fantastic maneuverability due to the large rear wheels and superb suspension system.

Features include a pre-formed cushioned seat that is either forward or parent-facing and if you prefer a travel system, use a Maxi Cosi Mico infant car seat with the Quinny Buzz Xtra chassis or stylish bassinet right on the chassis.

With other luxury features such as a full-coverage canopy with flip-out visor, large storage basket, all-terrain tires and a unique self-folding and unfolding mechanism, all your baby's comforts and your conveniences are fulfilled. 

So take a look at the extensive review of the Quinny Buzz Xtra at the link above. In it are more detailed photos, video demos/reviews, measurements and what other parents have to say about it as well as what Consumer Reports thinks. 

Reviews hover around 4 stars for the smooth ride, gorgeous bold color and design, easy fold and unfold and for the enormous sun canopy. 




Zapp Xtra

Want a more lightweight option, but still have the functionality of a convertible stroller? You're in luck with the Quinny Zapp X-tra. This amazing little stroller has a reclining seat that is both removable and reversible. And now, you can fold the Zapp Xtra with the seat attached where up until recently you had to remove the seat to fold it.

The Zapp is best known for outstanding maneuverability. It weighs 19 pounds, yet unfolds to a full-sized stroller with a 50 pound weight limit; the Zapp has lots of room for your growing child.

This lightweight reversing seat stroller has one feature about it that parents who like to travel shall find indispensable, but you'll have to read the Quinny Zapp review to find out what it is plus all the new upgraded features in the Zapp Xtra.

For your newborn baby, the Zapp frame holds a Maxi Cosi infant car seat so you can have a compact travel system stroller for the first months of your child's life.

Customers who have bought this stroller give it 4-star ratings because they love the maneuverability and compact size.




Yezz

This uniquely designed stroller comes in several eye-popping colors, but with mixed online reviews. Some sites, like Baby Gear Lab, rate it at 5 stars, while others like Amazon give it 3½ stars. 

Parents like the gliding maneuverability, compact fold and lighter weight coming in at about 12½ pounds. The Yezz is used as a travel stroller in many cases, however like the Mountain Buggy Nano, it cannot fit into the overhead bin in an airplane. 

The Quinny Yezz is much like an umbrella stroller, even though it doesn't look like one. In exchange for some of the nicer features we enjoy with full-size strollers, the Yezz, like other umbrella models, give us lightweight convenience instead. It doesn't have much in the way of storage, and the sun canopy could be more generous, but the hammock-style seat, the ergonomic handles and quick, self-standing fold make up for it.