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...
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 purchased our quinny zapp eight months ago.. I was looking for a super small and compact stroller that I could keep in the trunk of my car at all times without taking up too much space. The quinny zapp definitely fits that description to a tee...
Great standard stroller but problematic in some areas
20 October 2010
Excerpt: Although i do love the look of our Quinny Zapp, my son however does not. I love the fact that you can fold it really small and the bag it comes in is great for travelling. However, my son doesn't like the fact that he sits diagonally.
Summary: I would not reccomend this pushchair mainly because of the heaviness on the back wheels and is also heavy when its folded. I think there are pushchairs/strollers that fold up as small as the zapp but i think they are more practical and easier to push.
Pros: It folds small and a car seat can be easily attached to chassis
Cons: You cant put any bags on to the handles and is really heavy on the back wheels.
Excerpt: I'm a bit disappointed in the Zapp. For one my son won't go near it, but also because it does not recline and it doesn't have any storage at all. I found it a bit difficult to fold down as well. For a $200 stroller, a bit disappointing, so I am looking for yet another fun, lightweight stroller.