gravida wrote:We have the complete set of Quinny Buzz 3:
- dreami, which is a newborn bassinet (I completely understand what you mean telling that a newborn needs to have a proper carrycot, I was looking for it as well)
- Maxi Cosi Pebble
- regular Buzz seating
After using it for half a year in Singapore (Well, SMS, it makes a difference that it is here - the weather, the fact that non folded prams are not allowed in the buses, the other fact that in most stores the alleys are so narrow etc.) I have few comments:
- overall it is a good system
- a bit too wide for most of the supermarket alleys AND some of the escalators (unfortunately they still have here the narrow ones in some places)
- sometimes it is hard to put the MC car seat, as some of the taxis (i.e. the red combi type) have too short seat belts. I mean, you will be able to buckle it, but only after a while of struggle
- the regular seat cover is not too good for this type of weather - my little one is perspiring at the back of his head leaving some wet marks on the textile
- lack of storage space, just a small compartment underneath the seat
but here are the pros:
- easily foldable
- you can steer it without problems with one hand
- dreami is not too hot at all, as I mentioned my baby is sweating much more in the regular seating than he did in the bassinet
Thank you very much, Gravida, very useful comment.
I was wondering, how you would understand if a pram would fit into supermarket alleys just looking at the stroller in the shops. That's a lottery.
I was asking about particular brands and pros and cons using it in Singapore to exclude Maclarens ( I used it already), combi and similar too lightweight brands as I am not interested in them much.
And my attitude is positive.
Bugaboo bee? Anyone? ))))