Excerpt: Not only is this a cute stroller, it is comfortable, light & easy to store. I would definitely recommend this stroller to all parents wanting a fashionable, yet safe stroller for their child!
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Excerpt: We use this as our main stroller in combination with the Mico carseat. It was a little different getting used to but once I did it was amazing. Wih my so I had a Graco, and Britax- both are bulky.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight
Summary: This is ideal for using about town and on school runs. It is small and sturdy.
Pros: I like that is both parent and forward facing. It is important that I can communicte easily when we are out. It is known to improve speech. I love the accessories especially the footmuff - it has to be the cosiest on the market.
Cons: The basket is quite small I would prefer it to be deeper.
Summary: The Zapp Xtra is really light weight which is great when you have to get it in and out of the car a lot and to push it is very easy. It looks really good too and can be used both parent facing and outward facing which is perfect as your child gets older.
Pros: Light weight and easy to push, looks really good and is suitable from birth.
Cons: Two part system means you have to take apart to get in and out of car. Handle hight is quite low which is not great for taller parents. Not much storage space in the basket. Not very easy to steer with one hand.
Summary: Overall I just love the compact, lightweight and maneuverable Quinny Zapp Xtra, yes some can say that the two unit is a downfall but for me the rear or forward facing reclining seat far out shines its downfalls.
Pros: A very light weight travel system which is able to accommodate children from birth to 15kg Extremely compact and fits into a small boot with ease Smooth and easy one handed folding Maneuverable with one hand Great urban travel system Rear and forward facing Large hood for extra sun protection
Cons: The Xtra has a small basket and as a result of its light weight frame is unable to carry shopping on the handles. Unlike its predecessor the Quinny Zapp the Zapp Xtra is now a two unit pushchair. The handles are fixed therefore you cant adjust them to accommodate a taller parent.
A compact, lightweight buggy that is also stylish.
Emma Bradley 2, Made for Mums
6 December 2010
Summary: The Quinny Xtra is the latest model from Quinny and comes in Rebel Red or Rocking Black. I choose the black as it goes with everything. I am really glad I choose black as I have now bought a fantastic orange and pink footmuff, which looks amazing!
Pros: The seat is reversible which means Erin can be forward or rear facing. The buggy is really compact which is ideal for the car. The brake system is easy, one pedal for stop one for go! This is so comfy - first buggy Erin has slept in.
Cons: The seat has to be taken off to colapse buggy which I imagine is a pain on public transport.