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"Yess....IT's Quinny Yezz!…"
Yesss...Quinny Yezz is the perfect puschair. My dreams come true, now travelling is so perfect as it can be. This amazing city stroller is so great for public transport especially in peak time,when everything is full and you need to fold your buggy. Quinny Yezz is lightweight, only 5 kg, but it fells like feather if you compare it to other buggies. <br>It looks so glamorous and stylish, is lightweight and at the same time strong and sturdy. It stands when folded and take tiny space, it is easy to fold with one hand and can be used as bacpack when folded. I love this function, Quinny Yezz has strap and you can carry it on your shoulder, its awesome because your hands are free.<br>My son loves tiny wheels, "wow! cool! mummy look! wheels look like my scooter wheels! <br>Yes they look the same, they are small and ride is very comfortable if there isn't any bumps on road otherwise it's little bit bumpy, but my sons enjoys it.<br>I love that handles are high enough (I'm 172cm) my buggy from cheap end had so low handles that it was so uncomfortable to push it around.I like how easy Quinny Yezz is to maneuver with one hand, that's mean that I can take umbrella in other when it is rainy or answer phone without stopping. <br>This buggy is suitable from 6 month but I think that baby form 10 and up will be more comfortable.My son is 3 now we don't use buggy everyday but when we need it it's very handy.<br>only thing is this buggy are not for shopoholics only for those who use city for other purposes, like travelling to visit friends, attending museums, excibitions, as there isn't shopping basket, only shopping pocket, where you can put some tiny things till 2 kg. That's the pain for me, as my old buggy had huge shopping basket, but it was so heavy and difficult to maneuver that I don't mind small shopping pocket.<br>Quinny Yezz is great for moving around the city with your little one!Read moreLess
"Incredibly light, compact and robust…"
I bought one of these for my two year old a couple of months ago and I have been very impressed. Having had a succession of crappy strollers, I am very happy to have a lightweight, compact pushchair that easy to fold up but is not rubbish.<br><br><strong>Pros</strong><br>Very light to push, even with a chunky boy in it.<br>Very easy to steer, even one handed.<br>Easy to fold, although there is a knack to this.<br>Tiny when folded<br>Free standing when folded<br>Very light at 5kg<br>Carry strap and comfortable to carry<br>Straps are height- as well as length-adjustable<br>Feels incredibly robust for such a light, tiny pushchair<br>Washable seat<br>Pocket large enough for nappies, wipes, purse etc.<br>Huge seat<br>Futuristic-looking and comes in a range of colours<br><br><strong>Cons</strong><br>No recline. I would not put a child under 1 in this pushchair. DS3 has slept in it but he looks uncomfortable.<br>Crotch strap is not adjustable<br>The small hard wheels and lack of suspension mean that over bumpy ground, you feel the bumps.<br>Little pocket is too small for shopping and if you overstuff it the pushchair will not fold up.<br><br>In spite of the cons, I love it. It is described as a pushchair for the city and as long as you don't want to use it for your child's naps, it is perfect for this.Read moreLess
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