Question about Quinny Buzz Three Wheel Stroller
There should be a small amount of movement - the seat unit should not be rigid on the chassis - but if you feel it is excessive movement pop into a retailer and view their display model. If yours appears to have more movement contact us to discuss booking it in for inspection / repair.
Posted on Feb 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how do you close quinny buzz
you need to stand at the front of the pushchair, push in the left grey button and then push the right one down and towards you all at the same time!! whilst doing this push the frame down towards the front wheel! when i first got mine had real problems figuring it out once you do its easy!! remember to hook on the safety catch though cause one touch of the handle and it pops open. i did read that in cold weather it can be a little stiff. not sure on the car seat though as didnt have one! sorry
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: Quinny Buzz Seat Unit 2008
i contacted quinny because the straps on my quinny had become too tight for my 1year old. Quinny responded informing me that it has come to their attention that the 07/08 quinny buzz was made with smaller straps and that the seat padding was much thicker, causing them to quickly become too small. Second stage seats are now sold as standard to give extra room, but if you purchased your pushchair before this, to contact the retailer to recieve your free second stage seat cover. The result being that my 1yr old now fits in quinny.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Hi will the graco car seat fit ? if you know that it will then you would just need the normal buzz adaptors that are used for the maxicosi carseat, they only made the one set of adaptors for the buzz/carseats
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
This does sound like you have got a build up of dirt within the wheel assembly unit. I would suggest that you remove the entire wheel (push the two black buttons either side of the axle and pull) then clean the entire wheel in warm water. Lubricate the moving parts with a thick lubricant (something like vaseline, not DW40 as this attracts dust) then pop it back on, that should sort it out.
If the wheel is still not working, then contact your retailier if still within warranty (two years chassis and one year fabrics). If this is out of warranty, contact www.quinny.com who will be able to sell you a replacement wheel assembly.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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