Quinny Zapp pushchair - Orient £90 at Boots - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
332Expired

Quinny Zapp pushchair - Orient £90.00 at Boots

LadyB Avatar
6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
The lowest price I have found for a compact, lightweight stroller that's compatible with the maxi-cosi car seat, the colour might not be to everyone's taste though.

Suitable from birth with a Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat (not included) or from 6 months used alone, has an eye-catching sleek and attractive design and is perfect for taking along in a car, train or aeroplane. Comes complete with a sun canopy, raincover and car seat adapters.

Dimensions:

Unfolded: 76 x 60 x 106 cm.
Folded: 69 x 27 x 30 cm
Weight: 8.8 kg
More From Boots:

All Comments

(25) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
banned#1
i read somewhere in a review these were giving children back problems due to their structure / positioning...google it
#2
Ordered..good find...have some HEAT :-)
#3
I love the colour.
#4
900 Boots points too.
#5
Doesnt lie back though. Not much use if your little one needs to sleep.
#6
A great secondary push chair, but dont buy this as your main only one; no recline and no storage for shopping. Packs very small though.
banned#7
i nearly bought one of these but after reading the reviews i changed my mind- if you want a pushchair that is similar but reclines and can be used from birth get a Petite Star Zia- if you go to nurseryvalue.com they have them on there- you can get the reconditioned ones for approx £60 which is half the price in the shops. i bought one a few weeks ago and the pushchair was like it had never been used, wish i'd have bought one of these since birth it's by far the best pushchair i've ever used.
#8
ive had it as my main buggy and had no problems, my lil one still can sleep in it and hasnt caused her any back problems. and i bought a storage/shopping bag to go underneath. its really good if youve only got a small car, or if your goin away. but there is a similar version which does lay back called Petite Star Zia, wasnt out when i bought mine otherwise would have got that as it folds up the same size.
#9
andfair
i nearly bought one of these but after reading the reviews i changed my mind- if you want a pushchair that is similar but reclines and can be used from birth get a Petite Star Zia- if you go to nurseryvalue.com they have them on there- you can get the reconditioned ones for approx £60 which is half the price in the shops. i bought one a few weeks ago and the pushchair was like it had never been used, wish i'd have bought one of these since birth it's by far the best pushchair i've ever used.


I had a Petite star Zia. It was a nice buggy, although it doesn't sit right up. Therefore my child didn't like it was she kept wanting to pull herself up.
Also not good for tall people. I'm 5ft 7in, and it gave me back ache leaning down.
#10
foxymummy;8314482
I had a Petite star Zia. It was a nice buggy, although it doesn't sit right up. Therefore my child didn't like it was she kept wanting to pull herself up.
Also not good for tall people. I'm 5ft 7in, and it gave me back ache leaning down.


how's the quality of the Zia? I am kind of tired of taking the heavy duty M&P. and we both short people - so the height would be OK
1 Like #11
TinoP
how's the quality of the Zia? I am kind of tired of taking the heavy duty M&P. and we both short people - so the height would be OK


Quality is just as good as the Quinny! As posted earlier go to that website and save yourself a fortune. Ive taken mine abroad twice now with the official travel bag and its been great!
#12
i had one of these when ds was younger, it is lightweight and tips up , the only bonus was the folding, quite an unconforable buggy, rattly wheels
1 Like #13
TinoP
how's the quality of the Zia? I am kind of tired of taking the heavy duty M&P. and we both short people - so the height would be OK


I didn't keep it for long, as my daughter didn't like being slightly reclined. But it was fine the whole time I had it. It VERY lightweight and folds up tiny!
1 Like #14
Just to add, we have a Zia and it's excellent quality, really great buy and my baby loves it, 11 months now and it seems to sit pretty upright to me in its highest position. So light as well and folds down tiny!
#15
I've got the Petite Star Zia and it's fantastic - Stopped using my Silvercross 3D now - which is rubbish and use this as my main pushchair. It never tips up, the basket is brilliant an it looks lovely 2:-D
#16
I use both If my two year old needs a sleep then I take the zia star and I keep the quinny for bad weather as a little more robust. On the whole I prefer the zia star as it I bought it for £99 including footmuff and its been fantastic. My only issue was I had a sickly baby and had to buy another of which I bough a reconditioned one for less than £60 and absolutly nothing wrong with it. I love this pushchair and highly recommend.
#17
chrisandemma;8315122
Quality is just as good as the Quinny! As posted earlier go to that website and save yourself a fortune. Ive taken mine abroad twice now with the official travel bag and its been great!

Thanks for that.
Rep to you!
#18
Roccostan
i read somewhere in a review these were giving children back problems due to their structure / positioning...google it


This isn't new . It's certainly not just this pushchair either , it's any pushchair that doesn't allow newborns up to roughly 12 months to fully recline .The Car seats in pushchairs thing really gives me the chills when I see it as they're only supposed to be in car seats for a maximum of 20 minutes unless it's absolutely necessary ie the journey you're going on takes longer than 20 mins to get there , this being the case I don't understand people who have their own cars using these types of buggy . It's slightly more understandable if someone's using a taxi to get to a shopping centre and want to take the car seat .
So my plea is . if you don't need to keep a hold of the car seat and it's just so you don't wake your sleeping baby up by transferring them to the pram , think about the possible damage you're doing to their posture and spine in the future as since another poster who was complaining about getting a sore back from bending over now knows it's very easy to get a sore back and if it starts at an early age who knows the possible damage being done to those soft , easily malformed bones . Rant and plea over :thumbsup:
#19
andfair;8314083
i nearly bought one of these but after reading the reviews i changed my mind- if you want a pushchair that is similar but reclines and can be used from birth get a Petite Star Zia- if you go to nurseryvalue.com they have them on there- you can get the reconditioned ones for approx £60 which is half the price in the shops. i bought one a few weeks ago and the pushchair was like it had never been used, wish i'd have bought one of these since birth it's by far the best pushchair i've ever used.


So does this work with the Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat ? As that would be my reason for getting the Quinny atm (baby on the way). We already have a Buzz with a dreamy which we will use the majority of the time whilst it's ickle but would be nice to have a Buzz or equivalent to throw in the car when going shopping or away for the weekend to save space. Attaching the Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat would be ideal to save waking the baby when getting it out the car.

I would have gone for this quinny if the colours weren't so.... bright !
#20
I loved my Zapp but think the Zia is a better option if you're likely to use it for a while, as it reclines. It annoys me when people moan about it tipping up, having no storage etc - it isnt designed as a wagon, purely a small folding buggy for nipping about that will be compact in the boot, mine was ideal for on holiday as i could still get the luggage in. but they are only suitable from 6months +
#21
JP
So does this work with the Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat ? As that would be my reason for getting the Quinny atm (baby on the way). We already have a Buzz with a dreamy which we will use the majority of the time whilst it's ickle but would be nice to have a Buzz or equivalent to throw in the car when going shopping or away for the weekend to save space. Attaching the Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat would be ideal to save waking the baby when getting it out the car.

I would have gone for this quinny if the colours weren't so.... bright !


Yes it does it comes with the attachments.
#22
freckles101
This isn't new . It's certainly not just this pushchair either , it's any pushchair that doesn't allow newborns up to roughly 12 months to fully recline .The Car seats in pushchairs thing really gives me the chills when I see it as they're only supposed to be in car seats for a maximum of 20 minutes unless it's absolutely necessary ie the journey you're going on takes longer than 20 mins to get there , this being the case I don't understand people who have their own cars using these types of buggy . It's slightly more understandable if someone's using a taxi to get to a shopping centre and want to take the car seat .
So my plea is . if you don't need to keep a hold of the car seat and it's just so you don't wake your sleeping baby up by transferring them to the pram , think about the possible damage you're doing to their posture and spine in the future as since another poster who was complaining about getting a sore back from bending over now knows it's very easy to get a sore back and if it starts at an early age who knows the possible damage being done to those soft , easily malformed bones . Rant and plea over :thumbsup:


The suggested limit is usually 2 hours. Personally I had a baby with reflux who found it very painful lying flat on his back.

After owning a couple of mamas and papas prams I can thoroughly recommend this. It is very sturdy and well built and doesn't tip any more than other buggy's if you put things on the handles. It is also very easy to push and therefore great for massive children who can weigh down a buggy and make it heavy to push.
#23
Funky looking but unsupportive for baby's back
#24
Excellent price for a zapp. Heat and rep added.
I was going to get one a while ago but went for the zia petite star for my toddler. I love it - great 2nd stage pushchair.
#25
Excellent find LadyB! This deal has been feautered over at Playpennies!

http://www.playpennies.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_playpennies.png

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!