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Quinny Zapp Pushchair - Review


'It can also be made into a travel system from birth by clipping on a Maxi Cosi carseat...'


This revolutionary new Dutch design from Quinny, the Zapp is the smallest buggy ever made. Whilst it loses none of the practicalities of a full size buggy its so small it will fit in the foot well of your car. Perfect for traveling in cars and trains and will fold up so small for those plane trips abroad, you can even carry it on your bicycle! It has suspension on all three wheels ensuring a comfortable ride. It can also be made into a travel system from birth by clipping on a Maxi Cosi carseat. It comes complete with raincover and sun canopy and its own colour coordinated bag. This buggy is a must for all those school runs with its striking stylish good looks, making it a real head turner.


Quinny Zapp Pushchair

Key facts on Quinny Zapp Pushchair


'Extremely lightweight at only 6 kilos...'

  • From 6 months

  • Weight 6 kilos

  • Extremely lightweight

  • Maneuverable front swivel wheel

  • Raincover and sun canopy

  • Colour coordinated duffle bag

  • Soft rubber handles

  • Anodised aluminum frame

  • All round suspension

  • Easy removable wheels

  • Quick and easy compact 3D fold

  • Size when folded: 69cm x 27cm x 30cm

  • Clip on a Maxi Cosi carseat with the included adaptor kit and convert the Zapp into a travel system.

    Optional extras:

  • Maxi Cosi Cabrio car seat / Footmuff / Zapp Bike Carrier

  • Conforming to EN 1888


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£110.00

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£110.00


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Pushchairs and Strollers - The term stroller is American English and the term pushchair is British English. The child usually sits facing forwards. "Pushchair" was the popularly used term in the UK between its invention and the early 1980s, when a more compact design known as a "buggy" became the trend. Buggy is now the regular term used in the UK, however buggy is often used in American English to refer to a pram. The strict definition of pram is a vehicle for moving a baby around which consists of a small enclosed bed supported by a frame on four wheels. Newer versions of pushchairs can be configured to carry a baby lying down like a low pram and then be altered or reconfigured to carry the child in the forward facing position.
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