The Quicksmart Backpack Stroller @ Argos  Now £54.99 (R.R.P £119.00) or £29.99 with Emma's Diary Voucher (Instore Only) - Click/Collect or Delivery (£3.95) .
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The Quicksmart Backpack Stroller @ Argos Now £54.99 (R.R.P £119.00) or £29.99 with Emma's Diary Voucher (Instore Only) - Click/Collect or Delivery (£3.95) .

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Found 1st Feb 2013
The price has dropped again on this - Amazon price is still £83.60

This is a light and compact pushchair that fits into it's own travel bag and weights just 11 pounds. This means that it will meet most aircraft carry-on hand luggage specifications. It fits easily into small car boots and public transport luggage stows; making this one of the most convenient stroller on the market.

Protects your buggy.
Pushchair specifications:

Size W61, D63cm.
Weight 4kg.
Suitable for ages 6 months and over.
Suitable for children up to 15kg.
Folding specifications:

1 hand flat fold.
Free standing when folded.
Folded size L59, W35, D25cm.
Carry bag.
General information:

Forward facing seat.
5 point harness.
3 wheeler.
- front wheels only.
Handle height 105cm.
Linked brakes.
Pushchair accessories included:

Removable washable cover.
Shopping basket.
Detachable hood.
Chest pads.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 9312047102267


for voucher - join up at - emmasdiary.co.uk/

28 Comments

Heat!

You'd think the video would boast it being easily folded away as that is the main feature.

http://www.quicksmartgo.com/move/backpack-stroller

have a look top left vid here lol

Original Poster

I've ordered it but there are a few cons to this pushchair - no raincover and no seat recline. As a stop gap and spare this is a no brainer, for a longer holiday I may have to look elsewhere - anyone have any recommendations?
Edited by: "NoveltyCondomHed" 1st Feb 2013

NoveltyCondomHed

I've ordered it but there are a few cons to this pushchair - no raincover … I've ordered it but there are a few cons to this pushchair - no raincover and no seat recline. As a stop gap and spare this is a no brainer, for a longer holiday I may have to look elsewhere - anyone have any recommendations?



a quinny zapp we had..doesnt recline but amazing. hood and raincover inc

or a maclaren umbrella if not using as hold luggage? fab

plus get £25 off when you join Emma's Diary- print off the voucher for £25 off any three-wheeler stroller in store

Thank you, this will be perfect for our hols this year, plus I am a childminder and may be useful in my Zafira, when we have days out, hopefully they use the emma's diary voucher when i pick up tomorrow

plumberman01

http://www.quicksmartgo.com/move/backpack-strollerhave a look top left … http://www.quicksmartgo.com/move/backpack-strollerhave a look top left vid here lol



Cheers!

Looks very flimsy to me......doubt it would last

We have the petit star Zia -and its great, lasted 1.5 years (proper use so several times a week, not just on holiday) and still strong.

Zia has a fab recline!

Argos have a Zia with recline and raincover for £95 or £70 if you sign up and download the £25 off argos voucher!
Edited by: "ellie27" 1st Feb 2013

ellie27

Looks very flimsy to me......doubt it would lastWe have the petit star … Looks very flimsy to me......doubt it would lastWe have the petit star Zia -and its great, lasted 1.5 years (proper use so several times a week, not just on holiday) and still strong.Zia has a fab recline!Argos have a Zia with recline and raincover for £95 or £70 if you sign up and download the £25 off argos voucher!



Totally agree....i have a blue zia + and its great! got it from nurseryvalue.com for £54...classed as 'reworked' but it looked brand new and absolutely nothing wrong with it! Only downside it didn't come with raincover but u can get them off amazon/ebay

Banned

looks awful

Zia all the way. Roomy and has an amazing recline. It glides effortlessly. Ticks all the boxes. Had mine 2 years, taken a battering and still going strong. Paid a pretty penny but absolutely worth it.

I am contemplating this and have had my eye on it for some time as I would like something compact. The initial price put me off but with the first reduction i was tempted, now a second reduction and combined with the Emma's diary £25 voucher suggestion I'm swaying even more.

My little one has just turned 3 and would be ideal incase her little legs get tired. Not sure it would cut the mustard even though she is very small for a 3yo.

Any comments would be appreciated.

Hi Im new here, please could someone link the code or tell me where to find it on Emmas diary? Thanks .

have found it!

im sure i had a similar one to this (different name) for son..it was the same shape and folded like this..it was good for Budapest, underground has no lifts all stairs, we didnt fold but carried one-handed. I think its great for these situations. Son was a toddler btw

I've one of these and they aren't that great. For the size it goes you may aswell get a zapp or a zia. Handles and very low, hood is literally a flimsy piece of fabric that flips over. No padding at all so very uncomfortable for the child. A nightmare on curbs! I'd stay away and save you money/ vouchers

Thanks OP - perfect 'Nanny buggy' to keep and mine and chuck in my (very small) boot to save me lugging around the LARGE tank sized buggy my daughter has for the little one....
AND I can use the voucher again that we used to buy the LARGE buggy she already has.... bonus!
Have some heat.....

Another Zia fan here. It's the only buggy I have used that I haven't wanted to kick the s**t out of while trying to fold! Also it reclines so great for late dinners on holiday while baby sleeps comfortably.

Hot for this deal though.

According to the description, this is 59 x 35 x 25 cm folded.
Ryanair max cabin baggage size is 55 x 40 x 20 cm.
Easyjet max is 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Wizzair max is 42 x 32 x 25 cm free or 56 x 45 x 25 cm for 10 euros.
BA max is 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Virgin max is 56 x 36 x 23 cm.
FlyBE is 55 x 40 x 23 cm.

So not sure what they mean by 'meets most aircraft carry-on hand luggage specifications.'

what I need it for it is perfect, as only need for hols, wanted something compact and manageable not for every day use, already have a tank for that. I picked it up for £29 with the emma's diary voucher instore today

Got it today with the Emma's Diary voucher £29.99 - the backpack isn't small and would be an issue as hand luggage but for the money it's a good spare or stopgap.

bought today and have a three year old, its so small and brilliant for the car for just in case he dosent want to walk, and good for hols when packing the boot, seats big enough and seems fine to me for padding, more padding than my 80.00 Mclaren. Im impressed by how small it is and for 30.00 what do you expect. half the other makes mentioned are cheap makes and a lot more paid for them so dont compare unless u paid 30.00 for it.

You are right, you cant compare unless you can get something else better for the £30. But what other folk are saying is that the £30 could be wasted here if the product is poor- if you had another £30 to put towards it and get something better rather than throw away £30

Just picked one up today, absolute steal if this is the sort of thing you are after! I have been trying to getting a small buggy to put into the boot of my Mini and this is just the thing! Very compact and sturdy, easy to manoeuvre, handle height is just right. Only thing is that it doesn't recline, but Im not intending to use this for long shopping trips, just nice to have something to quickly nip around the shops with. Thanks to OP =)

i have one of these reserved and have the voucher,but wanted something else instead another pushchair,its not in stock in any store near me but is available to order online,i see this voucher is only valid for instore right which is a shame,i have kind of been put off with this one and its reviews but wanted to get something else but the voucher is only in store.is there a way i can get the argos store to honour it if i want something else but can only buy on site

Many thanks to replies that have assisted in my decision making, intentional or not.

Does anyone happen to know if the Emma's Diary voucher has to be surrendered or will a screen shot suffice?

My printer has given up the ghost!!

£30 well spent, I already have a quicksmart and bought another one today, as so handy for leaving in cars, my other buggy is far too heavy now as my 18 month old constantly wants to get out and walk so was stuck pushing the buggy and holding his hand, if your going on long journeys its probably not the best pram but for a walk around the shops or as a buggy to take the park its ideal

I went with it and purchased.

Amazing deal. Amazing pushchair and sturdier than I thought it to be.

It gets the seal of approval from my little one. Comfortably slept in it despite being a non recline.

A dream to push around with a 3 year old and shopping. Ergonomically well designed - i'm 5"6. The handle is nice and high and the wheels are spaced apart so no stubbed toes. It is a tad bit awkward if you tackle a kerb at an angle.

In response to the above, I think you MAY be able to go instore, pay and order for home delivery. So this method MAY honour your voucher AND get you the pushchair of your choice, but don't quote me on that. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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