Quinny Zapp Stroller RRP £160 now £97 at kiddicare.
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Quinny Zapp Stroller RRP £160 now £97 at kiddicare.

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Found 10th Jun 2013
Highly Manoeuvrable and Extremely Compact!

With its sleek, modern design and light-weight compact fold the Quinny Zapp is ready to go wherever life takes you. Suitable from 6 Months. In the car, on the bus or aboard a plane; the quinny Zapp lets you enjoy a hassle-free life with your child.

The Quinny Zapp front wheel fully rotates for ease of steering and can be locked when needed. The ultra-light frame is a perfect fit with the infant car seat, so get going from day one!

Features:
Eye-catching sleek and attractive design.
360° front wheel and is lockable.
3D compact fold.
The zapp is the ideal travel system that can be used from birth when combined with the Maxi-Cosi Pebble or CabrioFix infant car seat (both sold separately).
Comes complete with a sun canopy, raincover , basket and adaptors for attatching the maxi-cosi infant car seats.

Dimensions:
Folded: 70 x 25 x 29 cm
Unfolded: 81 x 59 x 102 cm
Weight: 7.8 kg

10 Comments

Thanks! Ordered

Good price. Had one of these when my children were young. Great for foreign travel as folds up very small and used to come with its own holdall. However beware even averagely tall men (5'10"+) - the handles are in a fixed position meaning backache if you are pushing for too long. Also no recline to speak of so quite limited for use as a do it all stroller. Foreign travel is the strong point IMO.

5% Quidco and free delivery over £29.99 (_;)

5% code available somewhere too.

AHD73NV9C.

£92 delivered.

My husband is going to KILL me when he finds out I've ordered one. We literally only just bought a £400 Phil and Teds Navigator!
Edited by: "1on4" 10th Jun 2013

Possible to get it another 5% discount using code 'AHD73NV9C'.

So the effective price would be: £97 (less 5%: £4.85) = £92.15 (less 5%: £4.61) =£87.54


^^ (was a tad bit late in posting the additional 5%code)

We use one for almost 5 years now, used it with Cabrio Fix seat first, then moved to regular seating, smallest folding pushchair ever. Now we are having another baby, will convert back to car seat compatible mode and good to go for another 2-3 years. I paid over €150 when buying in NL 5 years ago. Since then may be 20 people asked where we bought it.
Edited by: "ozgur" 10th Jun 2013

I have found it great and use it all the time with my daughter even though we have a silver cross pop as well (which hasn't been used in ages!) If you have a child that still naps though think a reclining one would be better.

this is a good price but i prefer the Petite Star Zia which is more or less same size folded, didnt like the quinny zapp as doesnt recline or it didnt last year when we was looking, unless they have a new model out?
great price here for the zia at nursery value and you can get a further 5% off via facebook i think and they have some nice colours its a reworked grade A which when we got ours was like new.
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weve used ours for a year now and i cant recommend it enough so small when folded we have 2 fiestas and easy get it in and a massive shop at tesco.

The zapp is a great buggy as you can use it with the MaxiCosi CabrioFix car seat from birth.

No need for a £500 travel system with this.

There are also quite a few sellers on eBay who make zip up winter bags (turns out they're called cosy toes!) that fit perfectly. We'll miss our Zapp when the boy outgrows it.


Edited by: "LouO" 11th Jun 2013
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