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All user reviews of Quinny Zapp Xtra

7 parent reviews
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Bucket seating
  • Small basket
  • Wheels
  • Worse handling

The stroller is good except that it is an older type, which when you want to fold it, you have to first disconnect the seat and then fold the structure. The great thing is the bucket seating and the fact that it is small and foldable. A little bit harder to handle as it is 3-wheeled.

Quite nice

  • small dimensions
  • easy to fold
  • positioning
  • lightweight
  • with use it loosens up
  • is not for more difficult terrain, only as a buggy

Quite a nice buggy.

I had better

  • Bucket seat unit
  • Complicated folding
  • Rattling wheels
  • It is heavy

I had better ones.

It's fine for vacation, but not at all for the countryside.

Excellent even for the smallest babies

  • compatible with a car seat (with adapters)
  • suitable for the smallest of babies
  • not great for worse terrain

An excellent buggy even for the smallest babies! It is possible to add a Maxi-Cosi car seat to the frame. The stroller has a cradle shaped seat/recline. So for us, great if you are saving space and need a low stroller weight!

It's stylish


I recommend this stroller for summer, for travel, even on the plane - a travel bag is available. But also in the car, in the city... The wheels are rubber, they can handle the city terrain. Cradle style seat, revrses in both directions. It's stylish.

For me an absolutely top-of-the-line stroller. It's not a "terrain beast", but I don't miss that at all. If I find it sooner, I wouldn't want another one either. It can be adjusted from birth and folds up like into a mini car trunk, too.

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