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How much does a Quinny Buzz 3 weigh?

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As of 2014, the current model of Quinny Buzz folding stroller weighs 25 pounds, according to Quinny. The base unit weighs 17 pounds, and the removable upper seat and canopy section weighs 8 pounds.

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The Quinny Buzz is intended for children from birth to 3 ½ years old. It can accommodate a child who weighs up to 33 pounds. It comes with a sun canopy, a raincover, a shopping basket, which can carry up to 11 pounds, and a parasol clip. It also comes with adapters for Quinny's Foldable Carrycot, the Bébé Confort Pebble car seat and all Maxi-Cosi infant car seats. The Quinny Buzz base folds down to 14.57 inches high by 25.2 inches wide by 33.46 inches deep through a patented gas spring mechanism.

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