Excerpt: Sturdy construction<br />No snack/beverage tray<br />No cupholders above stroller<br />Sun Shade doesn't stay in place and often comes detached from where it snaps in<br />Takes multiple steps to compact for storage
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight
Cons: Doesn't Clip in Easily, No Cupholders At All, Not Adjustable, Not Great On Steering
Excerpt: While a very good looking stroller and easy to operate inside of urban stores like those located in Toronto, the Zapp was a bit of disappointment for the following: *Not easy to clean *Felt awkward in some spaces *Not a super smooth ride *A little clumsy with set up and 'shrink down' For the price...
Great stroller for vacations, but can be confusing
18 November 2011
Excerpt: I bought a Quinny Zapp last year so we'd have a smaller-but-still-stylish stroller for our trip to Disney. We actually wound up taking the Zapp and our Buzz both, and surprisingly, they were each great for different reasons.The Zapp was SO easy to take on the trams as Disney.
Excerpt: I got this stroller because my husband loves the look of it. I love how easy it is to change it from stroller to use with infant carseat to regular stroller again. It just zips around and the insert comes out. I love that you can fold it down very very small.
Excerpt: I love this stroller. It comes with a carrying case with a strap and a rain cover. It is easy to snap your little one in. But if you need to adjust the straps, it is not that easy. I do love how compact it is. It collapses to something about the size of a small carry-on. It maneuvers great.
Excerpt: I so badly wanted to love this stroller. It's sleek and stylish, and I thought it would be the perfect choice once I moved out of my larger umbrella stroller (a Peg Perego Pliko P3). I wanted something that I could zip around the mall or take on a plane that didn't weigh much and was easy to fold.
Excerpt: My husband and I were already owners of the Quinny Buzz 3 when we purchased the Zapp. We fell in love with our Buzz but decided we wanted to have a more lightweight, compact stroller for our travels. The Zapp has been perfect for those occasions!
Excerpt: I got my Quinny three days ago. I have already got my moneys worth out of it! It is the best stroller I have ever had. It folds up TINY for a stroller, and it's super easy to maneuver! A word of warning, do not hang your diaper bag off the handles. But, other than that I love it!
Excerpt: My husband and I had liked this stroller ever since we were shopping around for strollers for our first child, our now 2 1/2 year old son. We had settled on a Maclaren when he was younger, and now, with our second child, our now 3 month old daughter, we knew we would eventually need another stroller...
Summary: I love this pushchair, it is perfect for what I want it for. It is very easy to push, folds up small, has a great break, and is perfect for my little girl, during the school run and trips into town, particularly on the bus.
Pros: The zapp folds up very small, which is perfect to leave in our hallway. I purchased it for the school run as I was getting fed up pulling our large pushchair out of the car boot. The zapp is also very easy to push one handed, and about town shopping when its really busy as it is so compact. My li...
Cons: The Zapp does not have any storage at all, and it does not lay back. However I was very aware of this when I purchased it.