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: 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.
Summary: This is lovely little pram, it looks nice, is very easy and lightweight to steer. Only thig I would recommend is it is bigger than a stroller when folded. The frame folds very small but the seat clips off and stays same size.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: Had the original Zapp which we loved - brilliant compact storage, although one of the folding buttons jammed so wouldn't always fold down. BUT it didn't recline, & even our 2.5 year old needs a sleep sometimes. So bought the Zapp Xtra which has "everything the Zapp has plus the reclining ability" & is "perfect for air travel" & is the "most compact pushchair" THIS IS NOT THE CASE the original Zapp folds much smaller, the seat on...
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair because it was reasonably priced and folded up really small - I have not been disappointed. My little boy is nearly 5 months old and up until last month I used it mainly with my maxi-cosi car seat - so easy to use! We live out of town so we always have to go in the car. It takes up minimal room in the boot (even with the main seat unit). Admittedly it is not the sturdiest of pushchairs but I expected that because it folds up so small.
Summary: After first purchasing a Quinny Buzz we were quick to find it big bulky and cumbersome, it took up the whole boot and was nothing but a pain! After a few months i was on the search for something more lightweight and compact! We stumbled across the petite star zia, which looked fantastic and we very nearly went for it when i then found the xtra, the fact that it was parent facing won for me and we ordered!
Pros: small, lightweight, easy to maneuver, looks comfy, parent facing, suitable from birth
Cons: seat unit needs removing before folding, no sit up position in parent facing