Thursday, April 5, 2012

Quinny Moodd Review

  Green Moodd
  Have you ever seen a stroller that made you feel "green with envy"? That's how I felt, when I first laid eyes on the "Green Courage" Quinny Moodd. 

 And I knew, instantly, that it was "the one". The one I wanted for that very specials of all days, St. Patrick's Day.
Which also happens to be SP 2.0's birthday. A very lucky day, indeed.
No surprise then, that we go all out. Hence the over the top decorations.
 Of course, this sleek, shiny black frame needs no embellishment.
These large, tough air tires were great on the StrollerQueen Obstacle Course; just superb. So while you couldn't call this a true A/T, it gives a nice ride over your average urban terrain.
The handlebar extends out like magic. Just push in that center button. 
And the canopy pops out for good sun protection.
Might not even need these!
 Top o' the morning to you, too!  
  Now this front T-shaped handle is brilliant. Provides just that extra measure of security. And SP 2.0 loves it. In his mind, it is a steering wheel. Which means the Moodd is his car. Which means he is very happy to ride.
  And as we all know, when our Prince, (or Princess) is happy, we are all happy! 
 What also makes me happy is the design of the stroller handle. The foam is just the right texture, and it is a dream to push.

I also like the fact that I can cram a lot of St. Patrick's Day dance stuff into the triangular shaped basket.
  Long before competitors thought of it, Quinny developed the automatic unfolding on the Buzz, and now the Moodd. It is really cool. You just unlatch the side catch, and it slowly rises up.
 The Quinny Moodd is a great stroller for all ages. For a young child, it reclines easily, by pulling up the lever in the back of the seat. And it has an extended legrest.
And the pod-shaped seat is unbelievably plush. No bars poking through thin fabric here!
Of course the seat is reversible, which is good for chatting up all ages.
And the seat is very generous for an older child, as we have seen. A large seat in a reversible is as rare as a leprechaun's pot of gold. So the Quinny Moodd is something to keep in mind, if you are looking for a hot new reversible.
  Quinny Mood
Weight: 12 pounds seat; 20 pounds chassis
Width: 25.25"
Length: 32.5"
Handle height: 39"-41.5"
Seat Width: 13"
Seat Depth: 10"-15.5" (footrest extended)
Seat to Canopy: 24"
Seat back: 20.5"
Drop to Footrest: 8"
Seat to Floor: 23"
Folded: 14.5" x 15.5" x 31", seat; 25.25" x 32.5" x 12", chassis


  1. Hi,
    How old is the child in the picture?

  2. Love the color, the recline too! I love how yall go all out on holidays most of all though!