Product Type: Quinny prams, pushchairs and strollers
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By far the best buggy you can get!
Quinny Zapp Jogger
Member Name: Sephora
Quinny Zapp Jogger
Advantages: Stylish and takes very little space.
Disadvantages: None in my view.
The Quinny Zapp...
In one word: Amazing. I purchased my first Quinny Zapp just over 3 years ago when it was still quite new and as I wanted it in Red I actually had to order it from Germany as that colour hadn't been released in the UK yet. We had first purchased a "all-in-one" travel system pram - biggest mistake ever! Having quite a small car it was hell to fit the pram in our boot and it literrally completly filled it. And the space it took in our hallway at home, it was ridiculous... So as soon as my son turned 6 months I started looking for a stroller - and I wanted the smallest one available on the market. The Quinny Zapp being the smallest I didn't have to think twice and I ordered mine on Ebay (from a German seller) right away. When it arrived I was so impressed - it folded so small! And it was so much easier to maneuver (even when compared to Maclaren strollers that my friends use). Having 3 wheels is a real plus for that as I can easily maneuver it with just one hand for example if I'm having to hold my umbrella or (now) holding my older child's hand. The only downside compared to other prams is that you can't change the seat to have it in sleeping position - personally I haven't found this a disadvantage at all as I use a little neck pillow when my child falls asleep in the Quinny (on that note I highly recommend the Yondi neck pillow). Overall I am a fan of the Quinny Zapp - as soon as I found out we were expecting our second child (a girl this time) I "had" to purchase a Pink version lol. This time I purchased a Maxi Cosi car seat along so I could use the Quinny Zapp from birth (otherwise you have to wait until your child is 6 months)- I wish I had done this with my first child! It makes it so easy when as a baby she kept falling asleep on car journeys and I could just move the whole car seat into the Quinny without waking her up (and the Maxi Cosi car seat was so much lighter than our previous car seat too!) . You can also purchase a footmuff for the Maxi Cosi car seat and the Quinny Zapp - we have both and again I highly recommend them as they are great quality and I've washed them (washing machine) countless of times and never had any problems with them (and they look great as they do the matching colours to your pram/car seat).
The Quinny Zapp comes complete with a travel bag (which looks great but personally I have never used it and even on plane journeys we take the Quinny Zapp as a hand luggage with us - I just fold it up when we get to the airplane's door, and it fits fine in the overhead compartments); the raincover (again I'm greatful it was all included as I didn't have to look around for one that would fit my pram etc) and the Maxi Cosi adaptors so you can use your Quinny Zapp from birth when you purchase the Maxi Cosi car seat.
You can buy extra accessories like the footmuffs I've mentioned, also little pratical things like a parasol that clips on the top part, and little shopping nets you can place at the back or at the bottom of the Quinny Zapp.
Overall if you want a pram that looks great, super easy to maneuver (and fold up / unfold), takes very little space in your car's boot and in hallway - then just go for it!
Summary: Simple the best pram.
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