Summary: We purchased our zippy several months ago and would highly recommend it anyone who is looking for a reliable, take anywhere infant stroller. We use in conjunction with a Graco Snugride infant car seat.
Pros: Price is a little higher than other strollers, it could come in more colors--currently only 3 styles
Cons: Price is a little higher than other strollers, it could come in more colors--currently only 3 styles
Summary: this is a great buy, looks good, not boring and black or grey like most prams out at the moment,lovley pale blue & cream.its sturdy, comfortable & everyone comments on what a lovely pram it is. I LOVE IT!
Pros: Carry cot, car seat, pram & pushchair all in one.
Summary: The Inglesina Zippy would easily merit 5 stars if it wasn't for it's one fatal flaw. Many users' toes hit the rear wheels of the Zippy when using the stroller! During a normal typical user's stride, on many occasions, your feet will hit the wheels, which is annoying. Inglesina needs to redesign the strollers rear wheels so that they sit in more to allow for a user's normal walking stride.
Summary: Thoroughly recommend it as an all-in system - we have the attachable car seat which has worked wonderfully for two children so far.
Pros: Given it's a full-on all-in system , it's remarkable easy to manipulate (fold up, open), and is very comfy for the child.
Cons: The sun shade is cumbersome, but not compared with any other model - more just I find the detachable sunshades annoying in general, especially when wanting to fold the chair up to stow in, say ,a car boot.
" Zippy is a great stroller because it's sturdy and strong,…"
13 September 2009
Excerpt: Zippy is a great stroller because it's sturdy and strong, giving the child firm support even though it's a roomy stroller. It's the only true one-hand fold umbrella-type stroller that can stand. A feature that's worth every bit of money we pay for. Provides fun for the child and portability for the parent, especially at restaurants (self-standing feature is imperative).