Quinny Zapp Buggy, Forest - including sunvisor + raincover - john lewis - £100 - free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Quinny Zapp Buggy, Forest

The tubular anodised aluminium frame lends this unusual buggy distinctive good looks and also makes it very lightweight. The front wheel is highly manoeuvrable as it swivels or you can fix its position if you prefer. If, or when, your baby spills something on the seat unit, it's easy to remove the fabric and pop it in the washing machine. The seat can be placed in a forward or rear-facing position. The buggy comes with a useful raincover and sun canopy. Exclusive to John Lewis.

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Key Features

Age from 6 months



Brand Quinny
Dimensions H104 x W60 x L79cm

Dimensions (folded) L69 x W27 x D30cm
Handle height 104cm

Included Raincover, sunvisor

Reclining positions 0

Weight 6kg
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#1
good deal
#2
Good price but terrible pushchair,not very stable and nowhere to put a bag underneath like a traditional pushchair
#3
same product with same price in Harrods (upto 50% off sale)
banned#4
what a good way to put £100 down the drain, or does this have side impact bars, front air bag and crumple zone with rear + side air bags for added protection?
#5
Ideal for those 'must have a 3 wheeler' types who consider a pushchair to be a fashion accessory.
#6
More a fashion accessory than a functional buggy (friend of mine got rid of his and got one like mine cheaper and better for every day use) really wanted to vote cold but this is a good price for this even if it is flawed.

sorry cold
#7
elflembo
More a fashion accessory than a functional buggy ... really wanted to vote cold but this is a good price for this even if it is flawed.

You've explained why you think this isn't worth the money; so you should be able to vote cold with a clear conscience.

Edit: But then I know nothing about modern buggies....
madamtooshy
i have 2 little ones and have used many buggies... this is by far my favourite, and not as a fashion accessory but as a lightweight, easy to manouver buggy that folds small for the car boot. voted hot.
#8
i have 2 little ones and have used many buggies... this is by far my favourite, and not as a fashion accessory but as a lightweight, easy to manouver buggy that folds small for the car boot. voted hot.
#9
I have one of these after buying a non-three wheeler to start but it was so bulky. The Zapp is far more practical as it folds up quite small, not as easy to construct but you soon get used to it. I wouldn't go back personally but then probably best for the slightly older baby (1 year plus) as it doesn't recline. My little boy loved his straight away for some reason.
#10
Incidentally, for about £2.99 you can buy a little net bag to go on the back from ebay - mines been fab and holds the raincover and alsorts.
#11
Excellent buggy for those with small cars or limited space as it folds to about half the size of a normal buggy. It's also very light weight. Not a good buggy for thse wanting to hang shopping or needing storage because it wont do that.

I've had one for about 18 months and I love it, and more importantly so does my Son.
#12
weve got a zapp and we love it, on ebay a company make bags designed to fit underneath and on the back, which makes it great for shopping, they are also able to stay on when u fold it,!
#13
Hot from me, I always wanted one as I heard they were good for taking on walk through the park and over grass etc but saying as my son is now 3 it's a bit too late.
#14
I bought one second hand last year, I Love it. Very practical for a small car .
#15
good and bad buggy for all the reasons above, also good as it folds up small enough to carry on a plane as hand luggage, really good for connecting flights and long waits at airports. though it nearly got us in trouble at an xray machine at amsterdam, been through 4 airports but the last leg of our hols the xray showed what looked like a gun where the front wheel goes had to set it up again before they would let us through :)
#16
Great price.

One advantage of these is that when you're finished with it, as long as it's in good condition you can sell it on Ebay for at least £60-£70!
#17
I agree not a fashion statement - we've got a very simisar one but diff brand and they are much easier to fit in car boot (great if your buggy mainly lives in there) and even leaves space to put shopping in the boot.
They are also easier to get up kerbs, manouvere round shops.

This sounds a great price :thumbsup:
#18
swopped my quinny for a phil & teds but still hot if your not feeling too flush
#19
Good price so hot, pushchair wise it'd be freezing, a good alternative is the bruin one from Babies R us, same design but I believe it's slightly wider and reclines. A pushchair that doesn't recline is ridiculous, if a child still needs a pushchair then they still nap; not to mention the incredibly tough canvas. Good for parent, not for child. No one can say they buy it for the size as there are cheaper, more comfortable alternatives.
#20
these the **** ones that tip over...fashion over practicality..we used a big bulky mclaren - not very practical but stable...used a lighter one and still going strong after 2 kids and approx 6 years near daily usage...folds up small but no good for carrying shopping, tho has a basket underneath
#21
royals;2476993
these the **** ones that tip over...fashion over practicality..we used a big bulky mclaren - not very practical but stable...used a lighter one and still going strong after 2 kids and approx 6 years near daily usage...folds up small but no good for carrying shopping, tho has a basket underneath

absolute load of nonsense. These are the most common pushchair you see round town and hold their value. If they were that bad they wouldn't sell new let alone 2nd hand. You can get buggy weights for any pushchair which attach to the front wheels, that stops them tipping over when you hang your shopping off a "more suitable" one.
that's just my opinion though as a parent, and maybe i'm biased coz my baby is so good looking he can have an ugly pushchair
:roll::whistling:
#22
Excellent buggy, had ours for nearly 2 years with no complaints. No strorage but on Ebay they sell bags to attach. Folds up very small and is lightweight. Can also be used with the Maxi Cosi Car Seat for under 6 month olds. Ours has never tipped up either.
#23
These can be had for about 100 notes from a few places online, so not such a hot deal.

Would rather have my Costco McLaren any day as it's just so damn versatile (and I have a big car). Always considered these as more for the 'three wheeler' types that live in Brighton ;-)
#24
A review from Mothercare sums it up well:
"I used to try and lug my Maxi Cosi CabrioFix around with me wherever I went, as I quickly lost patience with my "ever so convenient" travel system that didn't fit down shop aisles (or in my car boot!).

However as a first time mum I was not prepared for the amazing rate my little one was piling on the pounds! Whilst I was carrying my own little elephant around, I kept noticing other people whizzing around with their Maxi Cosis on nippy little wheels - I finally questioned one of them, only to discover the Zapp... what a godsend!!

I'm well aware that as a buggy the Zapp doesn't lie flat, that there's no storage, and that the Quinny logo scratches off even if you so much as look at the metal frame... but I don't care! Even if I never use this as a buggy I still feel it will have been money well spent. It weighs next to nothing, folds ridiculously small, travels well, nips round the shops... and has saved my poor arms from many a torturous shopping trip."

It was the same for us choosing a pram, which does the Maxi Cosi cabrio fit on?
#25
mum of two - if its functional and u like it go for it..
but, there are so many nicer buggies out there which do the same thing and look smarter and with a better price tag..

if we all liked the same thing life would be dull....

this one is not for me..

happy shopping.
#26
£95 delivered on flea bay if you don't mind strawberry as a colour! :thumbsup:
#27
If your thinking of a quinny ,why not consider a petite star zia. Much the same but it reclines for a smaller baby. it folds really small, lightweight, lovely colours and I love it. Only £93 from nurseryvalue.com with a free footjmuff
#28
Bottom line is it's a good deal for what it is. It just depends on what it is you want.
We have two of these, the forest green here and a pink one. We only use them a reserve to our double buggy for when we need the space in the car etc.
A point to note is that they do not recline. My kids just won't have a nap in them and we only really use them for when we "nip" to the shops or park etc. as our double buggy is like a tank.
Someone made a good point about the storage. Non-existant. We bought two bags off e-bay and they do work very well but it's all extra cost and you do need the storage. You can just hang bags off the handles but this makes the buggy very unstable.
Don't know about everyone else but our rain covers on both buggies are terrible. The velcro straps don't even fit round the pram in certain places. One cover has big wides velcros which work kinda ok, but on the other the velcors are as thin as a pencil and just simle don't work well.
Worth noting.
Yes they are a bit trendy, yes they are modern, yes you can sell them on and get some of ya money back, but when it's bucketing down with rain and I'm trying to get two screaming kids in them and fit the worlds most annoying rain cover - I can't help thinking - I wish I'd bought them ****** £30 things from mothercare.
#29
The best buggy for taking on holiday in my view. Put it in it's bag and straight in the overhead locker on a plane. Have done this numerous times and it is invaluable. No waiting to collect buggies from baggage reclaim. Yes storage is lacking, the rain cover is terrible and if you are over 5'10" then you may find that you stoop a little because the handles are quite low but it is still perfect on so many occassions. For all those occassions where it is not perfect then we use a different buggy (McLaren Techno or a big comfy 3 wheeler). I don't think the Zapp could be the only buggy you own.
#30
agreed.
#31
Overpriced junk,

Read the 'Which' reports on these.
#32
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Overpriced junk,

Read the 'Which' reports on these.



Read the opinions of owners above, mostly positive.
#33
These are great pushchairs, had mine for 18 months. Perfect for going on holiday as they weigh nothing at all and fold up so small heat and repped.
#34
deanos
Good price but terrible pushchair,not very stable and nowhere to put a bag underneath like a traditional pushchair


I've had one of these for a while, and I'm kinda with you, and also against you on that.

For looks and weight, they are good. They're also fairly easily put up.

But as you say, they could be more stable, and are difficult on slightly uneven surfaces (say a gravel drive). And for carrying any shopping (if you just want to walk to the shops, they aren't great, unless you get the basket / net thingmy that goes underneath. If you just put a couple of shopping bags on the handles, like you would with a normal pushchair, they are easily unstable, and won't carry much at all like that, if your kiddy isn't actually sat in the chair.

If you get one with the sleeping bag thingmy, though, they seem great for little 'uns when it's really cold. I've never had any problems with the rain cover, in fact found it just fine. My little 'un would nod off in it quite easily if he was tired.

With the proper shopping basket underneath, they are reasonably good, and are fairly lightweight, easily carted around, and fairly easy to put up, plus they are pretty compact when folded up - and the holdall bag you get with them is good for storing / carrying them. But the small, hard wheels could be more forgiving. Good price, though.

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