Quinny® Zapp 3-wheeler stroller - Bright pink £99.99 + P&P @ Mothercare

Quinny® Zapp 3-wheeler stroller - Bright pink £99.99 + P&P @ Mothercare

Found 14th Jul 2008
I thought this was a good price for a quinny pushchair, I know they have the buzz out but I prefer this one.

product description
If you're after fashion, Zapp delivers it- and offers the flexibility and convenience of a travel system option too.

product details

Use Quinny Zapp 3 wheeler stroller pushchair alone, or add the Maxi Cosi Cabrio infant carrier car seat (sold separately) to form a 3-wheeler travel system
Stroller suitable from 6 months
Utterly contemporary look
Ultimate, compact, 3-D fold
Lockable, double front swivel wheel
All-round suspension
Soft-touch rubber handles
Anodised aluminium frame
Removable hood and raincover included to protect your baby from the elements
Handle Height - 90 cm to 104 cm
Folded Size - H = 26cm L = 69cm W = 26cm
Assembled size: L79 x W60 x H104cm
Product weight - 9.6 kg

maybe cheaper if you use a voucher code?


Fabb price but be careful they can topple over if your shopping bags are heavy

Why is it that prams are more of a fashion accessory than a practicality these days? This thing looks like a kid would use it for barbie.

]Here's a proper link.

Personally I'd go for this rather than a Zapp because it comes with a basket and reclines where as the Zapp does neither.

Also the raincover with the Zapp isn't very good (know idea about this one's).


Saying that I do have a Zapp (have had it for two years) and been really pleased with it as it is so easy to push etc and to take on holiday. I bought baskets for it from a maker on ebay but well worth the money if you want to use it regularly.

Buy a real buggy.

And I thought it was individual choice that makes us all pleasingly different!

I bought this buggy as I needed a buggy to take on holiday and one that would fit easily in the boot of the car.....which is where it stays!

It is AWFUL! A small list of gripes,..... cumbersome, awkward, no shopping basket, doesn't recline, my son can topple it backwards now he is bigger simply by 'bouncing' himself back into the seat (he's only just 2), the rain cover is bulky and doesn't fit as they have scrimped on a few pieces of velcro. It is a pain to open and close, the cosytoes made it almost impossible to do the safety straps up. I have had 6 children and this is the WORST buggy I have ever owned.
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