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Quinny Zapp Stroller Various Colours (2009) £99.99 @ Kiddicare
Quinny Zapp Stroller Various Colours (2009) £99.99 @ Kiddicare

Quinny Zapp Stroller Various Colours (2009) £99.99 @ Kiddicare

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£130 most other places. Last years colours but hey ho.

An excellent lightweight compact stroller

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A sleek, modern design combined with a unique and highly compact 3-D folding system (69 x 27 x 30 cm) makes the Quinny Zapp the ultimate buggy for wherever life takes you. Whether you-re travelling by car, bus or underground, the Quinny Zapp lets you do as you please - without any obstacles or barriers. When used with a Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix infant car seat (available extra not included), your child can profit from the exceptional ease of use of the Quinny Zapp from birth.

Features:

Suitable from birth with a Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix car seat (not included) or from 6 months used alone.
The Zapp has an eye-catching sleek and attractive design.
The Zapp is perfect for taking along in a car, train or aeroplane.
The Zapp is the ideal travel system that can be used from birth when combined with a Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix infant car seat (not included).
The highly manoeuvrable front wheel on the Zapp can rotate a full 360° and is lockable.
The Zapp comes complete with a sun canopy, raincover and adapters for attaching the car seat (available extra).

Dimensions:

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

Quinny Zapp Stroller Storm (2009) Specifications
Adjustable Handle: No
Adjustable Seat: No
Age Range: 6 Months - 3 Years
Apron/Footmuff: No
PACKAGE DEAL: NO
Basket Included: No
Colour: Black
Pump Included: No

10 Comments

Can someone tell me why this is cold? Interested in this for my sister

I like them because they fold so small and fit in my boot but wouldn't buy one because of price

munnski;7465755

Can someone tell me why this is cold? Interested in this for my sister … Can someone tell me why this is cold? Interested in this for my sister



probably cos these are a nightmare to get up kerbs..so light, you cant hang a shopping bag off the handle- no basket (unless you pay extra for one) no recline..very low handles, doesn't lock when folded...

...but saying that, it takes the maxi carseat with the adaptors (included)..

me no like.

I'd go for the Petite Star Zia over this one anyday:thumbsup: edit: (That's IF I had to choose only 'tween the two)
or better still, Maclaren..be it Quest or an XT... or a baby jogger city mini even. to be honest, I find that Quinny branded buggys are too hyped :whistling:

heated for the price though, lol.

munnski:
I tried a Mamas and Papas buggy I saw on UKHD and it was a nightmare. I also went for the McLaren and whilst its not perfect, I think its the best of the bunch and is certainly cheaper than this.

Do youself a favour and buy a Mclaren first and then you have a high benchmark to compare other buggies with.

Voted hot. If you are after an every day buggy then go for another make (BabyDan, very difficult to find beat Maclaren's easily) HOWEVER the ace that the Quinny Zapp has is that it is the only buggy (certainly the first but I think it is still the only one) that is designed to enable you to take on to an airplane, as it can be folded up and stored in the overhead lockers. Some of you might do this with other buggies and have gotten away with it, but generally you won't, but the Quinny Zapp is designed specifically for this. Anyone who has had to carry a sleeping child off a flight to a far away baggage rreclaim whilst awaiting their traditional buggy to emerge with the rest of the luggage should consider if its worth buying this, even if you only ever use it whilst travelling. It certainly gets my vote, so heat + rep to the OP.

Hal;7468842

... HOWEVER the ace that the Quinny Zapp has is that it is the only buggy … ... HOWEVER the ace that the Quinny Zapp has is that it is the only buggy (certainly the first but I think it is still the only one) that is designed to enable you to take on to an airplane, as it can be folded up and stored in the overhead lockers. Some of you might do this with other buggies and have gotten away with it, but generally you won't, but the Quinny Zapp is designed specifically for this. Anyone who has had to carry a sleeping child off a flight to a far away baggage rreclaim whilst awaiting their traditional buggy to emerge with the rest of the luggage should consider if its worth buying this, even if you only ever use it whilst travelling. It certainly gets my vote, so heat + rep to the OP.



FYI when I last went on EasyJjet, the airline allow you to take buggies to the main gate and then they get put in the hold. Simple solution is to carry the child, which is fairly easy as long as you are not the only travelling adult.

jazid;7469326

FYI when I last went on EasyJjet, the airline allow you to take buggies … FYI when I last went on EasyJjet, the airline allow you to take buggies to the main gate and then they get put in the hold. Simple solution is to carry the child, which is fairly easy as long as you are not the only travelling adult.



+1. allow you to take it right upto the aircraft, and its waiting for you once the flight is over.

jazid;7469326

FYI when I last went on EasyJjet, the airline allow you to take buggies … FYI when I last went on EasyJjet, the airline allow you to take buggies to the main gate and then they get put in the hold. Simple solution is to carry the child, which is fairly easy as long as you are not the only travelling adult.



Yes airlines let you take your buggy to the gate - HOWEVER the issue is when you get off the plane at the end of your flight. Hold baggage tends to be delivered with the other hold baggage in the baggage reclaim hall. At airports like Gatwick this can be a 20-min walk from your arrival gate. Carrying the infant depends upon the number of other children too :). As I said, the Zapp will not be suitable for everyone, but for some people, in certain circumstances, it would certainly be money well spent.

samwants2save;7469665

.....and its waiting for you once the flight is over.



if only

I should've wrote 'is..HOPEFULLY..waiting for you!' lol.

ok, but don't go buying the Zapp without first considering the ]Zia..

Agreed - the Zia appears to be an improved Zapp clone. There's a great offer for a Zia package at nurseryvalue.com/pac…spx

Package Includes:

* The Petite Star Zia Dogtooth limited edition (rrp £124.99)
* The Dogtooth Zia Footmuff (rrp £35.22)
* Petite Star Zia Tranist bag (rrp £14.99)
* The Nursery Value Change Bag (rrp £14.99)
* The Petite Star Dogtooth Travel Cot (rrp £29.99)

£129.98 with free delivery (using save5 code for an extra £5 off).

Thanks for informing about the Zia.
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