Quinny introduces a collection of stylish and colourful strollers under the name Quinny Moodd. With the greatest of ease, the Quinny Moodd combines spectacular looks with user-friendliness and comfort for both parent and child. Due to the automatic unfolding mechanism the stroller is ready for use in seconds. The colourful looks make sure that every self-conscious parent with a sense of style can find a “Moodd” to his or her taste.
User-friendliness was the ultimate focus when developing the new Quinny Moodd. The smoothly operating automatic unfolding mechanism makes the stroller easy to handle for any parent, even when holding a child or grocery bag at the same time. The Quinny Moodd is both complete and flexible. The adjustable seat can hold the child in both a forward and rearward facing position. The stroller can be used from birth, using only the seat or combining it with the carrycot. Alternatively, a Maxi-Cosi infant car seat of the Bébé Confort Pebble can be attached to the Quinny Moodd using adapters.
Colour and emotion
The stroller is fitted with an eye-catching, high-gloss black or white seat and is available in eight different colours with a black or white frame, an infinite number of combinations from which parents can compose their own Quinny Moodd. The available colours are Black Devotion, Brown Fierce, Blue Reliance, Red Revolution, Purple Power, Green Courage, Natural Delight (white frame) and Pink Passion (white frame). The Quinny Moodd adds a dash of colour to the urban landscape.
Mechteld Petersen, Brand Group Manager at Quinny: “Quinny supports parents who want to determine their own lifestyle. Quinny represents products that enable parents to keep their flexibility and freedom in an urban setting. This was the rationale behind the development of the Quinny Moodd. And we are extremely proud of the result. The Quinny Moodd is a complete and practical stroller with a sense of style. Parents can now choose a stroller that is fully in keeping with their personal style as far as appearance is concerned.”