If that's the case, then maybe I'll be Jane's Defense Weekly or something. Of course, if I actually sold strollers on the site, I could be an old-skool arms dealer like Adnan Khashoggi, selling to all sides and hoping the war goes on.
Meanwhile, Mr. Vasquez is a dad of a 2.5 year old daughter with one on the way:
Today I got stopped by a couple who wanted to see our 2006 Quinny WagTail Topline Buzz. [bought from babytrader.co.uk]And with that, he fires his shot. Mr. Vasquez's side by side comparison photos of the classic Frog and the way way new Buzz [dude, it's pink! -ed.] are now on flickr, as are some highlights from his commentary. For his full pros and cons, click below.
The one thing we did agree was that although your site was the best resource for Quinny vs Bugaboo comparison and comments on the web..maybe some pics could add some fresh fuel to the fire of Quinny vs Bug talk........he he he.
Pictures was something I wished I had so I could compare side to side back
then. So here are some pics and comments on the new Quinny and the older Bugaboo
Quick Comments on the new Quinny vs Good o'l trusty Bug:
Love the Ride - no comparison
Love the Handling -
Love the Fabric and everything fits just right the first time
Excellent customer service on the two occasions I had problems with Bug
(they sent replacements in two days)
Annoying folding in and out of cabs/cars/in the rain/etc.
Takes too much space on the trunk of cars
Too much effort to fold and unfold
Excellent opening and closing with new lock to prevent accidental openings
(see attached pic.)
No wheel squeaks that I keep hearing about
Very good ride and handling, not great though.
Love the look.
Less space on trunk of cars compared to Bug
The extra pack is removable and fits most baby bottles, food jars, wipes and
diapers..enough for my 2.5 yr old.
Finally a shopping basket for the bottom (for about $30 extra)
Brake is at the botton and requires fiddling to get right (unlike Bug) - see
Things don't fit just right like the bug (major example is their footmuffs)
fabric seems thin and not durable like the bug.
A Bit heavier and wider than the bug.
Back and seat bottom is made of plastic (unlike wood in the bug)
Access to air tire plug is a bit recessive to the inside of the wheel
compared to bug.
Quinny fits our current lifestyle and we will most likely stay with the
Quinny and part with the Bug after two years of Bugaboo use.
MY selling point is the quick folding and unfolding plus the extra storage.
However, I feel it might not be as durable as the Bug....time will tell as
well as their customer support??
[yeah, good luck with that last one.]