The Yezz arrived at our house on 22nd December in a rather small sized box which instantly drew attention from both Emmy and Daddy, Daddy was surprised at how light the box was.
Inside the box was the frame and seat unit separately (Daddy got hold of the fabric before I could picture it to show you how small it all looked). The frame opened out very quickly by just unclicking the clasp and pulling the handle.
Emmy then quickly worked out what it was and decided that baby had to go for a ride. daddy then took over deciding that this was indeed a man’s job and attached the seat unit – which actually looks like a hammock. It just clipped onto the frame in 4 places and then clicked onto the handle in 2 places, very simple and took less than 5 minutes.
There are 3 shoulder strap positions and we are currently using ours on the middle setting. Unfortunately you can not adjust the crotch strap so it is a little difficult to do up when Emmy is wearing bulky clothing – I actually have to loosen the shoulder straps, do her up and then re-tighten which is a pain, it also can not be reclined at all.
Here is Emmy trying out the Yezz for the first time in her PJ’s.
Once folded it fits easily into the car boot, hallway and has even fitted in the rear footwell of my car when the dog has been in the boot.
It is light and easy to manoeuvre however Quinny show pictures of this being lifted one handed by a child I wouldn’t say it was that light and Emmy definately can not lift it (thank goodness) I can however it isn’t comfortable to do so.
I will be thoroughly putting this through its paces and will show you all how it performs. The Yezz retails at £175 and a raincover is available to buy seperately for it at £25.
There is a foot rest however the seat itself is very shallow which causes Emmy to be pushed forwards too much to comfortably use this – as you can see she looks rather squashed when using it and her feet dangle onto the frame when she isn’t. In these pictures Emmy is 22 months old 84cm’s tall and 11.5kg.
What Quinny say about the Yezz:
- So light and compact that you can easily carry the Quinny Yezz easily over your shoulder with the strap
- Incredibly easy one-step fold and unfold action
- Compact size when folded (68,5 x 27 x 23,5 cm) and lightweight (5kg)
- When folded, the Yezz stands upright alone
- Very manouvrable using unique skate wheels
- Includes storage pocket (max. 2 kg) and sun canopy
- Suitable from 6 months