Diono Quantum [Review]

We were recently given the opportunity to review the Diono Quantum, and we couldn't be more excited about it. Encase you haven't heard, the Diono Quantum is a new travel system, which has been inspired by parents and designed with a little bit of everyday magic. Keeping in mind that it is the little things that make a big difference, Diono engineered a clever design feature to keep baby safe, secure and protected, meaning parents can relax and enjoy the everyday moments.

The Quantum glides over all terrains and features the first completely symmetrical chassis making it perfectly balanced as well as stylish. It is packed with lots of features complete with the 3-in-1 smart seat, which converts from lie flat bassinet to a toddler seat in four simple clicks, meaning you don't have to waste money on two separate seats, and you don't have to store a second seat. The Quantum also comes with a luxury mattress and bassinet liner, which is included for extra comfort. One of my favourite features is the extra-large seat, meaning that babies have lots of room to stretch out.

The extra-large toddler seat has multiple recline positions that can take a child right up to four years old, you also have the option to have the seat parent facing, or world facing. This is a feature that I was really happy about, we didn't have the option to do this with Emily's first pushchair and I ended up returning it as I didn't like the idea of her facing away from me at such a young age. The Quantum comes as standard with a rain cover, toddler seat liner and infant carrier adaptors. The clever adapters are compatible with many other brands, such as Maxi-Cosi, Cybex, and Nuna. I also love that the rain cover has it's very own pocket on the back of the seat, meaning it isn't taking up room in the basket below.

The Quantum has a super simple fold feature and comes with a handy strap which allows you to carry the chassis on your shoulder. It features a unique one-hand fold, which works in two stages. The Quantum is also able to stand up on its own when folded. It also has an extra large shopping basket which is perfect considering I am now carrying both Isabelle's and Emily's things.

I love the extra large eclipse hood. It is perfect for the sunnier weather, as you don't need to purchase extra accessories such as a parasols or sunshades. It has a sun visor, peekaboo panel and a ventilation panel meaning it is ideal for all the elements. Emily loves the fact there is a ventilation panel, we often find her lifting up the material to have a look at her baby sister to check that she is ok.

Sam's favourite feature is the 6 position adjustable handle. When Emily was a baby, we had trouble finding a travel system that was suitable for us both, as most of the handles wouldn't adjust to a higher height. Sam is 6ft3, meaning he needs to have the handle a lot higher than I do, the advantage of the 6 position adjustable handle means no matter how tall the person is, there is a setting that will work.

My favourite feature has to be the brake. I know it sounds silly, but the one thing I often find myself frustrated with is the brakes on pushchairs. There is nothing worse than catching your toes or scuffing your shoes on the brake. The Quantum features a step on brake, it is easily the best feature I have seen on a pushchair, and it gets a big thumbs up from me! Finally, there is a brand who have taken notice of all the complaining parents.

The Quantum comes in 4 colour options, teal, navy, red and black. We have the teal colour, and while it isn't a colour I would normally pick, I really like it. It's bold and bright and the perfect colour for the summer.

Overall, I am really impressed with the Diono Quantum, it is easy to steer and feels very sturdy and secure. Isabelle loves to stretch out in the push chair and is happy as can be while we are out and about. She always looks comfortable, and I never worry about her running out of space as I know that she wont due to the extra-large seat. I did have a little trouble fitting it into the boot of our car, we have a ford focus and when the push chair was collapsed and put into the boot there wasn't much space left.

As I mentioned above I love the brake on the pushchair and I think that it is really reasonably priced at £500. When you take into consideration that the seat lasts from newborn up until 4 years of age, it is excellent value for money and very competitive against the rest of the market. The quantum gets a big thumbs up from us!

- I was sent the Diono Quantum in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


  1. I love the design of this and the fact that it lasts up to age 4 makes the price tag worth while for sure!

  2. Great write up! Going to share with a friend who is a mum to be c

  3. What a stylish pram - I love the extra large good (perfect for these sunny days!) and an effective brake is a must too :)

  4. What a lovely stylish pram. They are so different now a days since I had my first baby (23 years ago!) Lovely pictures.

  5. This looks like a great pram, I had never heard of this brand of pram before. It looks really comfy and stylish. Lovely photo of Emily pushing it xx

  6. I love the colour, my pushchair is teal and I get lots of comments on it.

  7. Great review lovely, what a gorgeous pushchair! And I love the colour too x

  8. I have been reading lots of reviews on prams. This one has a pretty good review. I'll have my friend check on this post. She's looking for a good brand.

  9. I went to the launch of this pram and thought it was fab. It glides over terrains so easily

  10. THat's such a well priced pram, and it looks beautiful too.


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