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Quinny Buzz 3 Pushchair - Electric Blue - £214.47 @ Argos (+ £5.95 if you want Home Delivery
Quinny Buzz 3 Pushchair - Electric Blue - £214.47 @ Argos (+ £5.95 if you want Home Delivery

Quinny Buzz 3 Pushchair - Electric Blue - £214.47 @ Argos (+ £5.95 if you want Home Delivery

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Bargain at this price!!!

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Added price to title. Thanks for posting

Original Poster

thx'still learning...;)

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wow! bargain...been looking for one of these

Whilst this is a good price, and I found the buggy to be ok, I have to say as a previous owner this buggy has some brilliant marketing around it and a reputation that it probably doesn't deserve (as a a result of the marketing...)

the 'pop-up' pneumatic frame you think will save you so much time and energy is actually unnecessary as you still have to put the car seat down to lift the (v.heavy) base out of the boot of the car (i.e. you might as well pull the frame up yourself whilst you are lifting this out). It's a classic new parent trap. You look at it and think "Wow that's a cool design" and buy it as you don't know any better (I fell for this and am happy to admit it), a friend purchased his buggy on the strength that it had a disc brake on the front tyre... same technique. Add one gadget and you've got bragging rights on your buggy

I reckon you'll get 6 months use of it and then swap it for a lighter stroller. It's too big in shops, too big for the car and the base is too heavy for regular use. If you still want a Quinny Buzz for the 6 months use then I'd buy one from ebay 2nd hand - they are much cheaper and best of all when you are finished you can sell it for practically what you bought it for.

Not saying this isn't a great price- (I've voted hot for the price alone) - just not sure if it's a great product.
Edited by: "sharkmark" 27th Nov 2011

I dont like mine so selling it....

sharkmark

Whilst this is a good price, and I found the buggy to be ok, I have to … Whilst this is a good price, and I found the buggy to be ok, I have to say as a previous owner this buggy has some brilliant marketing around it and a reputation that it probably doesn't deserve (as a a result of the marketing...) the 'pop-up' pneumatic frame you think will save you so much time and energy is actually unnecessary as you still have to put the car seat down to lift the (v.heavy) base out of the boot of the car (i.e. you might as well pull the frame up yourself whilst you are lifting this out). It's a classic new parent trap. You look at it and think "Wow that's a cool design" and buy it as you don't know any better (I fell for this and am happy to admit it), a friend purchased his buggy on the strength that it had a disc brake on the front tyre... same technique. Add one gadget and you've got bragging rights on your buggyI reckon you'll get 6 months use of it and then swap it for a lighter stroller. It's too big in shops, too big for the car and the base is too heavy for regular use. If you still want a Quinny Buzz for the 6 months use then I'd buy one from ebay 2nd hand - they are much cheaper and best of all when you are finished you can sell it for practically what you bought it for.Not saying this isn't a great price- (I've voted hot for the price alone) - just not sure if it's a great product.



TOTALLY AGREE!!!

Original Poster

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OUT of stock everywhere....

Totally agree with previous comments, voted hot for price tho. My daughter has this and it is such a pain that it doesnt all fold up in one piece to put in car and quite heavy. The top (seat unit) must be removed. I must say tho that it is the best pushchair ive ever pushed (very easy to control and a lovely smooth ride) my grandson loves it (still using and he is 2). Also you have to buy shopping basket at extra cost and you cant get much in.
Edited by: "deborahm" 27th Nov 2011

BUT new mothers wanna look cool in the first 6 month.

This fits the bill then they'll sack it for another.

Only money.

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had an email this morning to say back in stock, and ordered. plus free delivery using code APD

cant believe i was told yesterday that they werent going to get any more back instock. also quidco over £6.00. thanks op

Totally agree not practical at all... Used it for 9mths. Mclaren techno xt the best 1to get

I'm confused. It said I could reserve it at my local store and would be there in a couple of days. Then when I got the reservation confirmation, it said it was out of stock. Anyone else had anything like this?

Hot deal though!
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