Quinny Moodd Stroller, Pink Passion
- The Quinny Mood unfolds automatically, Usable forward or rear-facing, Reversible seat with one hand recline, Use from birth with a Quinny Dreami Bassinet or Maxi-Cosi Mico Infant Car Seat (adapters included), Includes shopping basket, sun canopy, removable front bar and adapters for the Quinny Dreami Bassinet and Maxi-Cosi Mico Infant Car Seat
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Poetry in Motion
The new Quinny Moodd is poetry in motion. This ultra modern and complete stroller system offers the flexibility to get the most out of your day, everyday. It's easy to fold for compact transportation and at the push of a button, it automatically unfolds in seconds. Adaptable, complete and stylish, you'll always be able to go wherever the Quinny Moodd takes you, your way.
Quinny Moodd Features
Revolutionary Design - Unfolds Automatically & Folds easily.
Usable forward or rear-facing.
Easy fold from parent handle.
Includes shopping basket, sun canopy, removable front bar.
Top Customer Reviews
The Moodd is easy to push especially with one hand. The collapse is easy once you get the hang of it. It is great that you can collapse the whole stroller with the seat attached which is perfect for getting in and out of a taxi. The collapse is quite compact so it is not to big in our small apartment. The tires are big so easy to bump up and down stairs and curbs. Make sure to get a diaper bag such as the SkipHop with hook straps to hang from the handle. My son is nice and upright in the seat, some other strollers are a bit to reclined but this one is great.
I wish the undercarriage was bigger for grocery shopping. The back tiers need air in them so make sure you have access to a pump if they start to go flat. No cup holder but I just use the pockets of the diaper bag to hold drinks.
Other than that is is a great stroller. W currently own 5 strollers so I have tried many different brands a styles. I am very happy with this purchase.
also, i am 5'3" and my husband is 6', and the highest handle setting still forces me to hunch over. the basket is a joke- don't plan on shopping in this stroller. they don't have any accessories to add to the handle bar. and it feels so fragile i'm afraid to hang anything from the handle.
i guess the wheels are great and good suspension for bumpy terrain. i can steer with one hand.
the seat is great looking and seems comfy but my 6 month old already looks like he's outgrowing it.
i guess strollers can't be perfect, but for all of the research I've done i expected more. when you spend so much on a stroller i expected these kinks to have been worked out.
When you attach the car seat to the base, the angle is too far forward and not reclined enough. Stroller is 30 pounds by itself. So quite heavy but has actual inflatable tires and not cheap plastic. The handle adjusts up and down but hubby is 6'3" and still not tall enough for him. The storage basket is small - we used a messenger style diaper bag and stretched the strap around the handle of stroller because there's no way to attach it otherwise.
The stroller glides easily and steers well with one hand. BUT the T shaped bar in front of baby is not entertaining and there is no way we found to attach any toys etc. wheel base is wide so you won't be squeezing through tight spaces !!
worst of all is the footrest. The stupid footrest is so short that my son outgrew it before he turned a year. His feet dangled past the support and actually was quite uncomfortable for him. Also the seat is shallow and doesn't reach the back of the knees so not the greatest fit for a larger baby.
For the price, I was extremely disappointed with the lack of longevity in our use, but for early stages there's lots of options as I mentioned with car seat and bassinet
Major bummer- as of now... That my son is 2, the market has evolved a bit and styles have changed for strollers and all in one systems. I'd look around and read every review on this product before committing to purchase a $500+ stroller with as many flaws as this one has.
Photo one- off roading through pumpkin patch at 9 months... Feet not supported even with footrest lowered. No way to extend it.
Photo 2 in reclined position with footrest in up position - he's 25pounds and about 8 months.
The seat naturally pitches forward so the most upright position looks like the child (18 months in my case) is about to fall out other than the harness
The seat DOES NOT go to a lie-flat position despite what the description says
The seat is shallow from hip to knee-my 18 month old looks about ready to outgrow it
That brings me to something I should have noticed in the description: it is ONLY up to 33 pounds or 3.5 years-I have a lightweight baby and I expect she will get good use out of it, but I doubt many parents will have that luck.
Moves like a dream! (Neighbors with the Bugaboo Cam says this even moves better)
The folding system itself is worth the extra money over other options I looked at including the B-Ready, but the Quinny buzz has this too!
Easy one handed recline is the only advantage over the Buzz.
In the end I was so excited for this one, but I should have gone with my gut in the beginning and gotten the Buzz, but the comparison reviews all said the Moodd was the Buzz plus more! I know now, the Buzz has the standard 50 pound weight limit, which is more than adequate and is also advertised as the Lie flat position, but without the pitching seat of the Moodd, likely actually achieves this claim.