The Quinny Moodd is a stylish pushchair that offers comfort for baby and unfolds automatically at a push of a button. This 3 wheeler pushchair is suitable from birth & is easy to use with the Maxi-Cosi baby car seat to form a travel system. Suitable from birth until your baby reaches 15kg.The reversible padded seat includes multiple recline positions including lie flat, so that your little one is always in a comfortable position whether they are wide awake or fast asleep. The compact frame folds down easily and unfolds at the touch of a button. Comes complete with baby nest, sun canopy (UV50+ protection), raincover, T-bar, shopping basket, parasol clip and carseat/carrycot adaptors. Unfortunately we cannot deliver to any surrounding areas (including Northern ireland). Also not that multiple orders may not arrive at the same time, as Used/Graded items come from a different warehouse. Please note our couriers cannot deliver to a BFPO address and an alternative will be needed. Goods unpaid for will be re-listed in 14 days. We are unable to accept Cheques, PO's or Credit cards and eCheques will be held until cleared. The biggest influence in helping us improve the shop comes from you.
So please feel free to send any comments, ideas or constructive criticism that could help Babyvalue change for the better. A grade items are in excellent condition and are as close to brand new as you can get. B grade items are considered as items that will show signs of mild use but overall look great, for example a pushchair may have slightly worn wheels or a subtle scratch on the chassis somewhere. C grade items will show signs of everyday wear and tear. All our items are checked to be fully functional, cleaned and tested to be safe for your little one by our specialist engineers.
The item "Brand New Quinny Moodd Pushchair Stroller in Red Rumour RRP£599" is in sale since Monday, November 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Baby\Pushchairs, Prams & Accs. The seller is "babyvalue" and is located in East Anglia. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.