Excerpt: This buggy looks greatr and folds small.. but its very awkward for when child wants a nap- their head will fall forward at bad angle.. the bar underneath means basket is in 2 halves so very awkward.. no weight allowed on handle bars and if you do it falls over quite easily.. wheels rattle alot.. can be quite stiff opening and closing.. <br />I do like it but its so inconvenient that I'm trying to get refund/swap..
Pros: Easy Setup, Portable
Cons: Doesn't recline, Poor Construction, Poor Under Buggy Storage, Rain Cover Doesn't Fit
Excerpt: When we first purchased this buggy we were pleased with it until we realised it didnt recline.for quinny i was quite shocked because they usually think of everything but clearly they didnt think of what would happen if the baby was to fall asleep.it was far to upright.we had to return the buggy over fears that it would cause our 7month old back and neck pain if she were to ever fall asleep in it.which is ashame because apart from that the buggy would of been ideal.
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight
Summary: All the bits started to fall off - when I purchased this product I expected it to be rain / wind proof - the strap has been glued on and started to peel of from day 1. Disappointed. Wont recommend.
Great for older child as straps large, good for holiday hug not main pushchair, limited storage
13 January 2014
Excerpt: I got this as my car boot is quite small, I have a quinny buzz which i love but it takes up the whole boot, this pushchair folds the smallest on the market, and if purchased with the travel bag is soooo handy for the underground or on a plane etc Here are the official dimensions DIMENSIONS: Folded: 70 x 25 x 29 cm Unfolded: 81 x 59 x 102 cm Weight: 7.8 kg The pushchair has a 360 swivel front wheel which is handy for turning almost on the spot Unfortunately in my...
Excerpt: Having two children I have gone through a lot of pushchairs. I recently broke my last one that I use for my two year old so needed something lightweight to replace it and I heard a lot of good reviews about the Quinny Zapp and everyone was always searching for a good deal. Now it's good points are it is lightweight and it folds really small which is good for fitting it into a small car boot and even better if like me you use the bus a lot.
Buy a Petite Star instead - does everything else but reclines
11 March 2012
Excerpt: When I was pregnant with my first child, one of the first things we purchased was a pushchair and travel system, this was duly left at my mums house until the little one arrived. When she finally did, it was taken out of 'storage' and during the first two weeks on my partners paternity leave, it was great. It was only when he went back to work that I realised that the Graco pushchair I had with the travel system, did not fit into the boot of my Corsa!
Not a purchase I would make again; no good if your child needs to sleep
31 October 2011
Excerpt: Cost I was lucky enough to get this buggy from a family member, so I did not have to go and buy it. It currently seems to sell for just under £150.00. There are, however, a few hidden costs with this buggy. The buggy has a little sign beside the handle bars telling you that it is not safe to place bags around the handles, however, this buggy does not even come with a net basket, you need to buy this separately.
Excerpt: This item is good if its used for short trips and no shopping Buggy tips when theres very little on dosent lie back you need 2 arms and a leg to fold it up Its a great pushing it but apart from that its not great for shoppers or if you have to fold it up to get on a bus ****** I WOULDNT SAY ITS SUITABLE FOR 6 MONTH OLDS MORE LIKE 18 MONTHS + ************the child slips in the seats