Summary: This stroller was purchased for use from birth. It weighs 25 Ibs and reclines in 3 positions. Pros Good for air travel as it can fold up, be covered up with the travel bag and it can be easily checked in as luggage. Easy to control and steer. Slick design. Great for city use on paved cement. Small and easy to push in the crowd and at the malls.
Pros: City Use, Easy To Steer
Cons: Cobbled Streets, Dirt Roads, Doesn't Fold Rear-facing, Short handles
Summary: We got this as a gift, and we are so disappointed, the money that was spent on it was wasted. Our little one stretched in the seat at about 10 months and it flipped back and hit the ground hard. This happened once again a few months later. Keep in mind we never hung things on the handles or had anything that might tip the stroller, but the positioning of the little ones is uncomfortable for them and well, poses a risk. I am so dissatisfied with this stroller.
Summary: Bought to replace double as toddler wants to walk. It is fantastic to push one handed as it is so light weight whilst holding my boys hand......Does the job fantastically! The hood also acts as a full sun canopy which is great for holidays in the sun, no real need for a parasol which isnt obvious from the description, so I ended up buying a parasol but honestly just don't need it!
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: this is excellent honestly i think it looks great when you have the baby facing you. easy to monouvere and take on public transport only thing i dont like is that the seat cant be folded away but even then it is easy to store away.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: Previously had the zapp original for my elder child I loved it but downfall was it didn't recline, so was pleased when zapp xtra arrived and bought for my 18 month old, I only wish I'd have got it when she was born as quite pricey to buy at 18 months. I love it its by far the lightest and easiest pram to steer that ever was invented (and I've tried a lot) some say it's flimsy and maybe yes it's not most stable but was'nt designed for mountain trekking but a light...
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Stowed, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight
Summary: Really pleased with product and love the design. Have bought additional cosy toes from different company as it doesn't look v comfy at present for a new born. Very lightweight and easy to move. Collapses easy enough and easy to assemble. Very useful video on Quinny site to show how to use.