Excerpt: Great pram and easy folded into a great size to fit in my wee car only thing is says suitable from 6months my 8 month old slides down and always has to be pulled back up would be better if the straps could shrink a bit
Excerpt: The pram is good for car space wise, seat is made a lot bigger and wider now as I had the same pram in 2008 for my daughter but wasn't very big and you get the basket with it now. The only problem is the raincover is rubbish don't for the pram properly and isn't made very good.
Excerpt: the best stroller to use with a maxi cosi car seat when you travel with your car you just take off easyly the car seat and fold flat flat the strooler very compact and easy<br />just the quality looks cheap not strong
Excerpt: I needed to replace my old single 3 wheel buggy, but as my children are school age and it is purely for work, I decided to go for the quinny zapp simply because it folds to quite a compact size, therefore it's easier for me to store when not in use/working.<br />My main concern is that it is so upright, when a child falls asleep in it, their head flops forward in an uncomfortable way.<br />Everything else is fine.
Excerpt: The product is easy to setup it came in a small box( wish is good) <br />The pictures made it easy for me to put all parts in the right places <br />It took me little bit of time to figure out how to close it and open it.<br />The pram itself is easy to push however, it does not go backward which is really sad as my son he could not sleep smoothly and I had to buy a travel cushion to support his neck : -(
Pros: Easy Setup, It Is Easy To Setup, Lightweight
Excerpt: This a great lightweight pushchair, I have twins and so this is for occasional use for when I or someone else just has one of them and folds very small and so can be stored away easily. Fits the bill for this purpose but wouldn't have this as my everyday pushchair as no good for shopping (the 'basket' is not really useable for anything other than the raincover) also no recline option - there is the Zapp Xtra for reclining but is impractical as the seat has to be taken...
Excerpt: I take my 20mth old son on walks & he is tall for his age so needed a better buggy & this one was great. He looks very comfortable in it I also travel in car so wanted something small for boot so this was good also. However, it's still tricky to put up & down & is the noisiest buggy I've ever had when going on minor bumps/slope(e.g traffic lights) friends & people in street commented on how loud it was I now try to avoid any things that could cause...
Pros: Comfortable, Convenient, Folds Up Small
Cons: Can Be Hard To Steer, Difficult To Set Up, Hard To Loosentighten St, Heavy
Excerpt: I use this buggy for doing the school run and keep it in the car when out and about. It's really lightweight and easy to push. It doesn't recline so not ideal for toddlers to sleep in. With it being so small it's not ideal for getting up and down steps like some buggies. Also the rain cover doesn't fit the pram very well. However it does look nice and comfy and my toddler is happy enough in it.
Excerpt: I have only one issue which is that i bought it for my 8 month old baby and one of the disadvantages is that its not reclinable so my baby sleeps in sitting position and his head is not supported. Other than that i am absolutely delighted with this product.
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 range it is set in, would have enjoyed a little more design savy features to make it really great!