Quinny is a Dutch brand of strollers and related accessories. Since 2001, Quinny belongs to Dorel Juvenile, a global company that is also covering other famous brands like Maxi-Cosi and Bébé Confort. The natural habitat for Quinny strollers is the city. Their mission is to show that for new parents that urban life is not a challenge that can not be overcome, but quite the opposite - a place full of opportunities. Easy maneuverability and practical functions of Quinny strollers are complimented with the unique style that elevates the lifestyle of a modern parent.
The company was established in 1950 by Nicolaas (Nick) Quint in Dutch town Hague. Nick Quint has started with small childcare products trade and import of well-known European brands. In the 60s, Nick renames the brand to Quinny; buys a manufacturer of wooden playpens and extends the collection with textiles and nursery room decoration. After Quint’s sons Peter, Dick en Mark joined the company, Quinny started focusing on product development and innovation. In 1989, the first Quinny strollers were introduced to the market. In 1997, the sporty, foldable Jogger in a unique style and colors was Quinny’s first big success. The 2004 launch of the iconic Zapp and the Buzz was the start of the brand new era of stylish urban strollers. In 2009, the black and white edition was introduced; Quinny being the first brand offering all-black strollers.
Nowadays, Quinny is a well-established, iconic brand of strollers. Apart from the high-end Moodd and the upgraded Buzz, there is also the new modular Zapp X line, the successor of the original Zapp. One of the most unique and ultra-lightweight strollers currently available is definitely the Yezz that has won many design awards including world-renowned Reddot.