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!
Summary: Although Quinny have addressed the reclining issue relatively well, this has resulted in pushchair now being in two pieces rather than one. More tricky to put together, requires some practice.<br />Wouldn't say it's suitable for newborn ~ doesn't give enough support or lays trully flat. Would recomment more for 4 month plus. This pushchair would suit someone in a city or regular visitor to a shopping centre.<br />On a positive side, good quality, nice vibrant colour.
Pros: Comfortable, Convenient, Easy Use, Good quality, Lightweight
Summary: I used this as soon as i got it and to be honest wish i never had wasted my money, when the seat it in parent facing mode it doesnt sit up enough my son was always trying to pull himself up. The fabric loooks flimsy compared to the other zapp the red is more if a girly colour as isnt a proper red more a pinky red. Quinny have addressed the recline issues but not enough has been done really would be ok for someone who isnt going to use in rear facing mode.
Summary: Quinny Zapp is a good buggy if you are using it for the use of the car seat. other than that the seat is too upright for a 6 month old, especially if the baby drops asleep.<br />When using the Zapp with a car seat you have to remember that you can not store your handbag/baby bag underneath or on the handles as it does not come with a basket/storage. <br />I used my Quinny Zap up to my baby was 6 months and decided to get a mclarens!!!
Summary: This was an excellent product when used with maxi cosi car seat until abt 6-7 months. Then the problem with child sleeping without recline comes. It sure can hurt their necks if fallen asleep as there is NO support at all with the seat being so straight.There is no bar for the baby to hold or put toys. The shopping basket is OK when using with car seat but not useful at all when used straight, can't even put a big handbag.
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.
A great 'second pushchair', but the RRP prices itself out of the market.
19 September 2013
Excerpt: We were given the Quinny Zapp as a hand-me-down. The pushchair had had a few good years of use but was in excellent condition and came with rave reviews, so I was really excited to try it after having my heavy Silver Cross 3D for a few years! FUNCTIONALITY The Zapp folds down to an incredibly small size, which makes it an excellent options for parents with small cars.
Excerpt: i bought mine from Toys R Us in Jan 2011, my daughter was 6 months old and these were supposed to be from 6Months. When i put my daughter in the pushchair the harness would not go tight enough and my daughter was actually falling out of the pushchair. its too wobbly and would tip. The brake would come of by itself, i ended up getting rid of it for less than half what i had paid for it only 3 months later. The small fold was great, and it was easy to steer.