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Quinny Moodd

In a Nutshell
This swish update to Quinny’s popular Buzz 3 model has a similarly tubular chassis, yet looks even more futuristic and adds some new tricks that make this a very tempting proposition.

The seat has three recline positions, the lowest being almost flat. This can face either direction and you can add a carrycot (£160) or car seats by Maxi-Cosi or Bébé Confort.

The air-filled rear wheels gobble rough terrain and the front one is swappable for a two-wheel axis (£45). Everything slots elegantly together and the
foot brakes are flip-flop-friendly.

Wow Factor
With its white (or black) chassis and six bold fabric colours, the Moodd is seriously sci-fi and its newly revamped, semi-automated folding mechanism outshines that of its predecessor.

The hood is small and the pram weighs a hefty 15kg. The seat sides lack protection, so you’ll want the carrycot, and the cost of add-ons may well darken your mood.

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Quinny Moodd

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