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
Excerpt: Brought this due to how compact It folds up. It certainly does fold up small which came in very handy when you had other bits to put in the boot of the car.Once It arrived I felt it was very small and cheap looking. Didn't feel very safe as handles felt so flimsy. Is not easy to put up or down you certainly need both hands which can be heard when out and about with little ones. With it being so lightweight you cant hang the shopping from the handles.
Summary: The front wheels are a bit noisy, but it is quite compact. The breaking system is good and it is quite lightweight. The seat must be detached to fold it and at times can be troublesome to change the seat position. Overall happy with ti.
" Light weight, Looks good... but thats about it!…"
9 April 2013
Excerpt: I brought this pram as I thought it was really nice to look at but the pram is impractical to use. The basket space under the pram has drove me mad for the last year of having this pram, the handles give way alot, so if your looking for a pram to go to the shops with this is not the pram for you. Its not too great as a holiday pram either as the seat doesn't fold up and it is quite big. When having the pram seatfacing you cant have the seat sat up fully either.
Excerpt: I was very excited about getting this buggy for my 1 year old, however when I got it the handles felt so unstable and when I went up and down kerbs with the buggy it just felt really wobbly. My friend also has this buggy and hers feels the same. Another problem I have had is that the straps are so short. Does anyone know if I can get extensions for the straps?
Excerpt: When my sister offered to get me a buggy as a baby gift, I certainly wasn't going to turn the offer down since everyone knows having a baby can be an expensive time, especially for a first baby. The buggy that she ended up getting me was this Quinny Zapp Xtra which you can currently pick up for just under the £200 mark, which isn't too bad in my opinion.
A good evolution of the Quinny Zapp, but with room for more improvement.
9 March 2011
Excerpt: I get bored easily. This is true of many things in my life, and I've learned that pushchairs are no exception. About 6 months after I bought my Obaby Atlas, the Quinny Zapp Xtra was launched. Now, I always really wanted a Quinny Zapp, but was put off by the fact that it didn't recline and this wasn't going to be suitable for my son who was under 6 months at the time of looking for a lightweight stroller.
Summary: Bon produit mais pas très pratique. En effet, le seul défaut c'est le pliage. Ça se fait en deux temps. Il faut d'abord enlever l'hamac et après plier la structure métallique. Pas très confortable pour un parent qui doit monter seul avec un bébé et une poussette canne. Un peu lourde aussi. Mais bon rapport qualité prix. Coté practique, c'est un plus qu'il aie plussieurs possitions pour que le bébé dorme.
Summary: I bought the 3 wheeler quinny zapp xtra when my daughter was 9 months old. I had enough of her crying everytime I put her in her other pushchair, as it only was forward facing. As soon as she went into the quinny she was much happier that she could see mum, which was a great relief. For that one reason it was worthwhile to buy it! After 10 months of use I am not sure I would buy this again.
Summary: La poussette est très bien très maniable parcontre c'est vraiment embêtant d'enlever à chaque fois l'assise pour la plier!et le pliage pour ma part est très dur à chaque fois je dois attendre que mon mari rentre pour la plier , moi j'y arrive pas !!!