Excerpt: Lovely stroller. At first it is hard to get the hang of with regards to folding up and unfolding, but now I can do it one handed while holding my 1 year old. i love that it folds up so compactly. I have traveled with this stroller over 15 flights, not a scratch on it.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Steer, Lightweight
Summary: First of all I should say how easy it was to put together - I was amazed. Second of all it was so easy to learn how to fold it it down and put it up again. I know what its like to be stuck somewhere with a new pram and have no way of folding it down so you can go home - major panic - but there was...
Pros: Small, Easy to put together, Compact, Fits Maxi Cosi seat, Raincover included, Car Seat adaptors included, Front or Rear facing,
Great for mamas on the move who love to look at their babies!
Hailey Thomson, Made for Mums
17 December 2010
Summary: Overall I really like this buggy. I have a large pram and I find that hard to get around with. the Quinny Zapp was the answer to all my buggy prayers! I needed a lightweight, parent-facing, reclining buggy and boom, Quinny invented one!
Lightweight stroller with forward/rear facing seat which is suitable from birth.
Jenny Kearney, Made for Mums
4 December 2010
Summary: My son loves the Quinny Zapp Xtra and finds it very comfortable and sleeps soundly in it. We always have the seat rear-facing but I like the option of having it forward-facing when he’s older. Over the colder months we have found the foot muff an essential extra.
Pros: The Quinny Zapp Xtra is very manoeuverable around town and on public transport. It is simple to put together with the Maxi-Cosi car seat or Quinny seat. The base collapses easily and folds up small so takes up little space in your car boot. Easy to recline seat and can be used forward or rear fac...
Cons: I found the handlebar quite flimsy due to the join in the middle. It needs a different set of adapters for the car seat or Quinny seat which can be a pain when left at home (speaking from experience!). The sunshade doesn't always stay up. The handle bar is not adjustable so if you are taller than...
Excerpt: Great lightweight pushchair, narrow wheelbase and good turning circle. folds very small. baby faces parent is a nice feature but didn't get used for long as once old enough to sit up baby preferred facing out.
Excerpt: Great for city/shops-my Daughter seems really comfy in it. I found the folding ok and it folds really small. Only downsides: -No bag for the rain cover that's included -No sunshade -No liner-but got a lovely one on Esty.
Summary: Cheapest I found, and love the colour. Had the Quinny Zapp first time around but didn't recline so this version is all singing all dancing and reverse facing seat also. Still can't hang shopping bags from the handles but I didn't buy it for that, I wanted a lightweight buggy to take abroad that...