Diono Quantum Classic Review

The Diono Quantum Classic is suitable from birth, with a clever one seat system which converts from bassinet to toddler seat. There’s no need to buy an additional carry cot. The Quantum in pushchair mode can be forward or parent facing.

The Quantum Classic has a luxurious feel about it. It is a large buggy, but easily manoeuvred. The seat fabric is smart and looks hard wearing but with  luxurious look.

Diono Quantum Classic

The Quantum has a stylish and comfortable  leatherette handle which height adjusts to suit you. The height adjustment is perfect if like us you are tall parents!

Quantum Classic

The Quantum easily manages on uneven terrain, making walks along country footpaths a possibility. I like the inclusion of a footpump which is cleverly stored in the basket. This gives me a sense of security to be able to get home even if the tyre goes a little flat while we are out!

Quantum Classic large hood.

The hood is huge! During the cold spell it has sheltered baby from the wind and provided protection from the low sun. The hood has been cleverly designed with little windows which can be opened so baby can see the sky but is still protected. It is also possible to choose how far you pull the hood over baby, and the hood stays in place!

As I mentioned, the Diono Quantum Classic is a large buggy. However it folds down remarkably small. While being used with the bassinet, the bassinet must be removed  from the frame before collapsing. But once you are using it as a toddler seat you can collapse the pushchair as one.

 

We have only used the Diono Quantum Classic with the bassinet not the toddler seat. The bassinet has provided a safe comfortable space for baby on days out, and I’ve used it at home on days out, he always seems to doze off when he is in it! On days out the shopping basket is fabulous as it provides a large space to store lots of things – even a picnic bag.

Final thoughts.

The Quantum Classic is stylish, easy to push and is just as capable on uneven ground as it is on city pavements. The width of the Quantum is the only negative when using it in busy spaces. But it is so easy to maneourve that I have not really had to struggle. I think it is worth the RRP of £675 as it is a versatile, luxurious pushchair which will transform as your child grows.

 

 

 

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