Quinny Zapp Pushchair in Cobalt £89.99 with free standard delivery plus 4% Quidco @ Kiddicare - HotUKDeals
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Quinny Zapp Pushchair Cobalt
Suitable From 6 Months - Includes Raincover & Car Seat Adapters

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The Zapp has an incredibly sleek and attractive design which is Ideal for traveling with any kind of transportation bike, car, train, plane Full size buggy with an ultra compact 3-D fold 69 x 27 x 30 cm it has a Highly maneuverable front wheel that can rotate 360 degrees and can also be locked, it Includes the sun canopy and rain cover and it also comes complete with the car seat adapters that turn the Zapp into a travel system with the use of the Maxi Cosi Cabrio car seat not included



The Quinny Zapp is the smallest buggy ever made 69 x 27 x 30 cm
Incredibly sleek and attractive design
lightweight only 6 kg
Highly maneuverable front swivel wheel
Superb suspension on rear wheels
Handle handle 106.5 cm
Suitable up to 20kg
Including sun canopy, raincover
Adapters for use with Maxi-Cosi Cabrio / CabrioFix car seats included
Approved confirming EN 1888, BS7409 and NF S 54-001


Seriously tempted by this but my son is 3 in August so even at this price I can't justify it :(
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[mod]#1
I was in the store yesterday...........they have these on the shop floor for anyone local. :)
#2
Good deal! I know a lot of people think these buggies are too small or tip easy when you put stuff on the handles but i bought one for my son after having two different mamas and papas ones (I drive a Ka so boot space is limited) and it is the best pushchair I have used. My son is nearly 3 and big for his age and still fits in it comfortably, it is as sturdy as any other buggy I have used and it is really nice to push. Recommend it highly, really good quality product, well worth the money!
#3
great price!
#4
very good deal
#5
i would have bought it if it did recline but doesnt...
#6
StudentJo
Good deal! I know a lot of people think these buggies are too small or tip easy when you put stuff on the handles but i bought one for my son after having two different mamas and papas ones (I drive a Ka so boot space is limited) and it is the best pushchair I have used. My son is nearly 3 and big for his age and still fits in it comfortably, it is as sturdy as any other buggy I have used and it is really nice to push. Recommend it highly, really good quality product, well worth the money!


I agree I love it, it's so easliy to pack down and take anywhere:thumbsup:
#7
Hot, have the quinny buzz but it's too heavy for me to use on my own so this is ideal :)
#8
Ah bum. I wanted the blue one a couple of months ago but got a black one instead on a Littlewoods voucher for about £70-odds.
Main thing wrong with these is that you have to buy a shopping basket separately which will set you back around £20. Once you've got one, you can stick some weights of some sort in it (I used 5kg black wrist weights laid out flat in the basket so you don't see them) and it'll stop if from tipping over. Otherwise mine goes over all the time even with very little hanging on the back despite a heavy 15mth old in it.
Great buggy once you've got over those little niggles, and resale is excellent - you should get about £50-£80 on Fleabay depending on condition and accessories.
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momofone
i would have bought it if it did recline but doesnt...



same here, I hate seeing babies asleep upright and all hunched up :-( must be so uncomfortble!
#10
Nowhere to put anything neither.
#11
Looks like a good price, but if it doesn't recline and there is nowhere to put bags then I would question how useful it is.
#12
Is this the one they showed on tv, on one of the 'The Apprentice' tasks? :thinking:
1 Like #13
pugboy
Looks like a good price, but if it doesn't recline and there is nowhere to put bags then I would question how useful it is.


Veru useful if you have an older baby, who does not tend to need the recline function. If you want very lightweight, easy to manage buggy this is great, it even can be classed as hand luggage.
I like it and I have gone though many buggies with kids.
#14
Just ordered, thanks op.
#15
I'm glad this has been of use to folks, I am so tempted to get one for my son but it's a struggle to get him in the buggy these days unfortunately, he wants to walk all the time so no matter how I try I cannot justify it :(
#16
Any ideas how long this is on for? I need one for September for going on holiday but want to take a look at the Leebruss Takeoff first (the one from The Apprentice) Shop says they have 133 instock but wonder if the deal will finish before they sell them all...
#17
eek am tempted, does anyone know how durable these are? Could they withstand baggage handlers at the airport without being completey crunched?
#18
JennTo
eek am tempted, does anyone know how durable these are? Could they withstand baggage handlers at the airport without being completey crunched?


Yes, very solid compared to other buggies, one bit of advice though, leave it out the carry bag because if the baggage handlers think it is normal luggage they will put it on the bottom of the pile instead of the top with the other buggies (saw mine out the window of the plane getting crushed under a big pile of bags but it did survive).
#19
iamholam
Any ideas how long this is on for? I need one for September for going on holiday but want to take a look at the Leebruss Takeoff first (the one from The Apprentice) Shop says they have 133 instock but wonder if the deal will finish before they sell them all...


Quinny buggies under £100 don't usually hang about for long, the takeoff one looks quite a bit bigger than this one.
#20
pugboy
Looks like a good price, but if it doesn't recline and there is nowhere to put bags then I would question how useful it is.


The recline thing is a bit of a pain but you can hang bags on the handles as much as you could with any other buggy.
#21
StudentJo
The recline thing is a bit of a pain but you can hang bags on the handles as much as you could with any other buggy.


I bought one of those cheap 99p (usually), string shopping basket thingys, that you hang on the back of the buggy. Its has been on my Zapp now for many years, so aswell as putting bags on the handles you can put in the basket too.

I cannot recommend this buggy highly enough, I have had loads of buggys over the years, namely, Mamas and Papas, Musty frame with numerous different seat styles, a Mutsy Spider (biggest, and most expensive pile of poo I have ever spent money on), and a cheapo one out of argos, to name just a few, and the Quinny Zapp wins hands down.

Great deal!:-D
#22
Came today, haven't had a chance to use it yet but is very simple to fold etc and very light!

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