When we went to Menorca in September, Mummy wanted a really lightweight, small folding pushchair to take with us. I was 4 in October, but still get tired legs and need a rest, although I don’t fall asleep in a pushchair any more. We were very excited to be invited to try out the Quinny Yezz.
We have never had a Quinny, although Mummy knows what a fantastic brand they are, and top quality too.
The Quinny Yezz is just awesome. It is so super lightweight that Mummy can carry it over her shoulder with the built in strap. It folds super small, and super easy.
There is one seat position, with generous straps – I am now 4 and use it regularly. The height is good, I am tall and can sit comfortably, with my feet on the footrest.
The Yezz has a hood, a back storage pocket, and an easy braking system.
It stands on its own when folded, and is the easiest to push ever. I am quite heavy now, and in other pushchairs Mummy can struggle a little to push me smoothly. It must be how the seat is positioned, but Mummy doesn’t feel my weight in this. She can push me one handed, smoothly and easily.
The front wheels swivel, and it is so easy to steer. The brake is excellent and is a simple foot press ‘On’ on the right wheel, and ‘Off’ on the left wheel.
Watch our review vlog of the Quinny Yezz:
The only criticism we have is that the wheels are not good on any uneven ground, i.e cobbles and not for the beach or woodland walks. But, that is not what it is designed for. As a superb lightweight travel pushchair it is unbeatable. The skate wheels are perfect for zipping around towns.
We have taken our beloved Yezz to Cardiff and Bristol city centres and shopping centres, it is a dream to push. The raincover, which we have needed in Wales (!) is incredibly effective and kept me bone dry even amongst the most torrential downpour.
Our Quinny Yezz is in Bold Blue, it is available in other colour ways and is £175.00