Do you want a pushchair for short trips? Something lightweight that folds down really really small? Are looks important to you? If you answer yes to these questions then the Quinny Zapp is for you.
Whenever I see one of these on the street or in the park I can’t help but admire the great design. Im sure im not the only parent that's been caught checking out this pushchair!
I love the styling of the Zapp. It’s the best stroller for fashion conscious parents. It’s also amazingly compact and lightweight.
The colours are great, the “Rebel Red”, “Electric Blue” and “Roller Pink” are really vibrant, whilst the “Rocking Black” and “Playground Brown" exude understated panache. It’s so neat and stylish… Am I getting a bit carried away with its looks? sorry.
So, is it a good pushchair? Well, for transportability it’s great. When folded it’s one of the smallest pushchairs on the market. It’s also nice and light and as I mentioned before there’s a great little carry bag you can get as an accessory.
I think it would be perfect for taking on a holiday – you wouldn’t exceed your baggage allowance and it’s small enough to easily carry.
The three wheel configuration and swivel front wheel make it a very nimble pushchair, which means its great for using on busy high streets.
Are there any drawbacks? It’s quite easy to unbalance it, so no hooking carrier bags over the handlebar. Also, it doesn’t recline, so bear that in mind. It’s suitable from 6 months onwards.
One bonus is that it’s compatible with the maxi cosi cabrio – and comes with the adaptor clips. So a snazzy lightweight travel system can be yours if you so desire.
So, overall, its a great little stroller, though I would say it probably works best for short trips where you know your baby or toddler wont need to recline.
Newsflash: Quinny Zapp Xtra released, now includes reclining seat.
Folded Size = 69 x 26 x 26cm
Unfolded Size = 79 x 60 x 104cm
Weight = 8.8kg
Handle Height = 90 – 104cm