Made of an extremely strong IXEF® high performance plastic, the Quinny Yezz is a featherweight buggy champion: only 11 lb (5 kg) The superfast fold makes it easy to switch from pushing to carrying the Yezz when needed.
Super innovative, the Quinny Yezz features a unique 3D folding system. Fold and unfold in the blink of an eye, so you can switch from pushing to carrying - and back again in no time at all
Food or drink spill? Don't worry, the Quinny Yezz seat is water and dirt repellant, so simply wipe-clean any spills
The Yezz turns the city in to your playground. Using the latest technology and lightest materials available, the strong, durable and easy to use Yezz buggy handles every city challenge with ease. Be in control of every situation. Push when needed or carry it comfortably - hands free. Say Yezz to experiencing the city, your way.
I noticed that Amazon didn't have many reviews for the new Quinny stroller, the Yezz. If you are looking for something small that travels well- apartment dwellers or jetsetters- this stroller is a must. We have 3 strollers. The Baby Jogger Elite which is great for our trips to the beach, or a park (trails, etc.) but it takes up the entire cargo area of my Jeep. We have the Quinny Zapp Xtra that we purchased initially for the car seat adapters that fit our Maxi Cosi Mico infant car seat. I got this stroller on sale and at the time I didn't think I'd need an umbrella stroller but thought for the price it made more sense than buying adapters for the Elite. We got so much use out of the Zapp. But it was still bulkier than we'd like. We struggled when making room for it at a restaurant, etc. The Zapp takes up half of my cargo area in my Jeep, it's awkward to carry (even in it's travel case) but it was the best travel stroller around... until now. The Yezz was a gift I received at the Albee Baby Trunk Show this weekend. I was blown away at how light and compact it is. It's easy to maneuver and solid not flimsy as it may appear at first glance. It has no bells and whistles like the Zapp (no raincover but sold separately, no carry case but not necessary) but it is exactly what I've been missing. It stands on its own for when we go out, it simply folds in one step and can be carried on our shoulder (a kid could carry it IT IS SO LIGHT), and takes up hardly any room at all in our car. Great for trips to the West Coast, great for running errands, going out to eat, going into the city (any public transportation)... It is a bit pricey but you're paying for the innovation! It's brilliant. For those that are new Mommies and Daddies- wait a year and see if the price of the 2013 goes down. You'll be glad you did. I am so lucky to snag one of the first ones. We got ours in the color, Yellow Move. It's the best!
We travel a lot and my husband hates to wait for our gate-checked stroller to make it up to the jetway (it can lead to longer waits elsewhere, like customs and passport control). I looked everywhere for a stroller we could bring on board the plane with us and finally found the one! This stroller folds down well smaller than airline carry-on requirements and does it in one easy step! Then you through the thing over your shoulder using the attached strap. It's genius.
The stroller comes in two parts: a frame and the fabric area where your little one sits. The fabric comes in several colors (I ended up with the purple, which is more of an eggplant, since we needed it in a rush and it was the only color available on Amazon Prime...but it's surprisingly not bad for a purple stroller!). The fabric was easy to attach to the stroller frame, although it took a little more force than I initially thought to click the attachments on. Quinny includes directions in the packaging, but I found their online video showing how it's done to be perfectly sufficient (and it shows you two ways to close the stroller rather than the just one way shown in the directions in box...I find the second option in the video to be the easiest, especially if I'm in sandals or flip flops).
My 14 month old immediately wanted to get in the stroller and roll around the house, which is amazing because he's not a big stroller lover. He spent the rest of the night wanting to get in and out until I finally hid the stroller from view.
Traveling with this was a dream! We were able to put it through the xray machines with no problem (and if you've used a larger stroller, you know how you have to put it in a certain direction, sometimes have to flip it over or push it down, etc. so it fits...Read more ›
This is a really light stroller (11lbs) and the maneuverbility is good. However, for the price, it should do more than just be a basic umbrella stroller - recline, reversible seat, storage basket or pouch, adjustable handles, larger canopy, peekaboo window, something! For $280 it does the same thing that my $30 umbrella stroller from BRU does, except for maybe the nice wheels and the super compact fold. However, I'd rather go with my 7lb cheapo stroller than lob out $280 for wheels and a compact fold. Speaking of the fold, it is compact, but the mechanism you have to go through is not sandal or "nice shoe" friendly, which may be important to some parents who want to protect their shoes or toes. Also, a backpack strap and handle option would be great since the versatility of carrying it was one of the selling points (it only has a shoulder strap); unfortunately, that matters little since there are parts of the wheel and frame that jab into my back when I wear it. It does stand on its own and has a relatively small footprint. This may work for families looking for a basic umbrella, but if you need more for the money, I wouldn't recommend.