Reviews Lightweight buggies & strollers Quinny Yezz buggy Our score Score breakdown Ease of folding/unfolding 4.5 3 Ease of pushing and steering 5 3 Comfort for baby 3.5 3 Style 5 3 Robustness/Durability 4.5 3 Value for money 3 3 1 of Ad break Continue slideshow > Continue slideshow > Continue slideshow > Continue slideshow > Review this product Our review Mums' reviews Specs By Nicola Ward2 In a nutshell This super-light buggy is great to use and hugely convenient if you're on and off different modes of transport. However, it has no frills or extras included in the price tag. Pros Robust quality, very compact, very light, easy to fold and unfold, shoulder strap, three harness height positions, easy to manoeuvre Cons Can't be reclined, handle height can't be adjusted, footrest can't be adjusted, small shopping basket, no raincover included, not suitable from birth Our review Quinny’s latest super lightweight, compact 3-wheeler is superb to fold, carry around and manoeuvre – great for those on the go in town or travelling. And while the Yezz is very eye-catching, it offers offers no extras in the price and very few adjustable features. The Yezz is an ultra light buggy produced by the Dutch brand Quinny (owned by Canadian group Dorel). It is firmly targeted at “the dynamic city parent” and those on the go. Quinny’s attention to detail is superb, and the Yezz looks modern, with everything clicking reassuringly into place on preparation, folding and unfolding. The helpful, straightforward online video is superb at demonstrating how to use the buggy. It’s the first buggy made entirely of IXEF, a material that Quinny describes as “high performance high glass fibre material.” This makes the frame not only extremely lightweight at 5kg, but also very strong. It certainly feels like it will last well.Quinny’s claim that the Yezz “gives you the freedom to be in complete control of every situation” is perhaps a bit over zealous but I do love the stylish simplicity of this stroller. It is great for zipping around and flinging over the shoulder when you need.The stroller comes in seven striking and stylish colours, including ‘purple rush’, ‘grey road’ and ‘red signal’. What we love Although I can’t fold or unfold the Yezz one-handed, it is a smart and easy technique. A cleverly designed handle stem makes the pushchair very compact when folded and the shoulder strap really does work. The fabric used for the nice wide seat is similar to parachute material. It’s a light and comfortable fabric but stain resistant, wipeable and ‘rip and abrasion proof’. The three wheels on the Quinny Yezz are like skating wheels, making the buggy extremely easy to manoeuvre and smooth to push on even ground. The brake pedals are very nice to use, with ‘on’ one side and ‘off’ on the other, a popular design. The brake feels safe and robust.The Yezz has a very easy to adjust harness with a nice chunky lock and three height settings. It also has a little footrest area moulded into the design, although it’s small and can't be adjusted. At the back of the seat is a small rear storage pocket. What to watch out for With no recline mechanism or padding the Quinny Yezz is not suitable for babies under 6 months, which is a shame at this price. I was a bit disappointed by the lack of padding but it does mean you can fold up the seat easily and compactly without having to remove the seat first, which is something I do value.The handle isn’t height adjustable, which can mean discomfort for some. There’s also no adjustable footrest for taller children.The shopping basket is small and there’s no raincover included, which feels a bit mean. With no lock on the front swivel double-wheel, the Yezz is no good on rougher terrain, but then it doesn’t claim to be. Who is the Quinny Yezz lightweight buggy best for? City-dwellers who frequently travel on public transport or take their buggy on holiday. MadeForMums verdict This buggy looks superb, feels top quality and is great to use – be it pushing, steering, folding or carrying. It’s light and packs up so neatly and securely for travelling. But the price is perhaps a little on the high side, considering its lack of adjustability or extras.