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Expired: Quinny Buzz 2008 - Black - Great Price £239.97

£239.97 @ KiddiCare
Found this for £239.97 on Kiddicare.com Very good price for 2008 version and is currently in stock. Quite hard to find as 2008 version out of stock in most places. Mothercare are selling for £33… Read More
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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Found this for £239.97 on Kiddicare.com

Very good price for 2008 version and is currently in stock. Quite hard to find as 2008 version out of stock in most places.

Mothercare are selling for £330.

This is my first post, so go easy!!
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#1
Any parents out there that can explain how nearly £250 can be justified on this? :)
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schizoboy;1636013
Any parents out there that can explain how nearly £250 can be justified on this? :)


depends how much you "love" your kids i guess
#3
I paid less than this for a car, which lasted longer than this will !!!!, maybe a good price new.

..................but a disgraceful price for a pram :roll:
#4
schizoboy
Any parents out there that can explain how nearly £250 can be justified on this? :)


This same item is £330 in mothercare. This is a good deal! :p
#5
Ordered one of these today, can't wait to get it. Any idea where you can get the iso fix base cheapest ?:thumbsup:
#6
fashion victim alert !! :w00t:

:whistling:
#7
£259 on ebay ...good price
#8
Hehe, quinny buzz? Someone in marketing was having a right laugh when they named this!
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schizoboy
Any parents out there that can explain how nearly £250 can be justified on this? :)


Simple, you get what you pay for. The same reason that some cars cost more than others. They are built well and last longer.

We have a Quinny Zapp and my liitle boy has outgrown it now. We got it for going on holiday last year, but wish we had got it years ago. A different model I know and ours cost £80, but compared to the other cheap buggys we had used over the years the build quality is superb. I have confidence in it doing at least another 10 years passed around the family, before it breaks.
#10
Great, now there will be even more irresponsible parents out jogging in the dark while pushing these along the main road against the flow of traffic:roll:
#11
The Quinny Buzz is a fantastic pram. i don't have one (couldn't justify the money - but wish i had)
My friend has a severely visually impaired daughter who needs constant dialogue & this is one of the very few prams which can be rear facing so the child faces the parent. Many great features - would recommend if you can afford it.
#12
GOOD pushchair, dont forget to get one of those basket thingies as doesnt have a shopping basket.. pretty lame design for that. wanted one sloeley for the name but hubby was not having any of it! booooooooo.... bought a graco , britax verve and now got a silver cross, looking for the next one (son is 15 months and have a 4 year old... dunno hoew many pushchairs he went thru!)

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