Question about Quinny Buzz Jogger
Hi, you can download the manual from the quinny website, but as a quick guide, the best I found was - first stand with your foot against the front wheel (so it doesnt move forward) then press the grey buttons on either side of the chassis and at the same time draw the frame downwards towards your foot, please remember you can only fold down with the seat in place if the seat is facing forward (ie baby facing outwards) it wont fold down with the seat facing mum, there are also demos on you tube, hope ive helped and not been too complicated :)
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Hi, To fold a Quinny Buzz follow these instructions;
1st. Apply the brake
2nd. Stand in front of the buggy
3rd. At the side of the seat on the frame, is 2 large grey buttons oblong shape, 1 pesse down the other slides forward, do both of these together still holding them pull the buggy downwards towards your feet. Do this until buggy is fully colsed.
Hope this helps. Regards Marie
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
SOURCE: Folding - Quinny buzz 3
HI, if it's the same model as I have: start with the frame facing you with the break on, you will see 2 long grey 'buttons' situated where the seat clips in to the frame. One of these buttons has arrows on it like this ^, this one you push in the direction of the arrows. The other you, simultaneously push in. You then push the whole frame down - this takes a bit of pressure. The whole thing should fold flat, you then secure it with the cable located near the wheel.
This sounds very complicated, it isn't once you've done it the first time - I hope it makes sense to you!
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
position the pram so the front wheel is facing you,put your feet either side of the wheel to stop the wheels moving
push the two grey button that are on either side and as you push the buttons pull down the frame towards you.
hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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