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The Quinny Zapp Xtra 2.0 is an improved version of the Quinny Zapp Xtra. The main difference between the two is that the Xtra 2.0 can be folded with the seat still attached. It also comes with a new shape of the bar connecting the twin handles. Later models don’t feature a viewing window anymore. To ensure a smoother ride, the chassis is equipped with suspension. The 3D fold is similar to the fold of the original Zapp, but the seat needs to be folded over on itself first. The small wheels are easily maneuverable; on smooth surfaces, such as those in shopping malls, you can steer this stroller even one-handed. When it comes to a more demanding terrain, don’t count on the Zapp Xtra 2.0. Its low weight doesn’t contribute to the stability, the manufacturer, therefore, advises against hanging any bags from the handles.

The reversible, bucket-type seat of the Zapp Xtra 2.0 can be tilted to either a semi-reclined or a fully reclined position when rear facing, while when forward facing, it allows for three recline positions, including the upright sitting. Although the leg rest can’t be lifted up, you can push it out for a slightly higher position. To ensure comfort even for newborns, you have an option to attach either a car seat or the optional newborn insert. The Zapp Xtra 2.0 can’t be paired with a carrycot since the manufacturer doesn’t approve of this combination. The stroller was also released in limited versions: the Violet Syrup, the Black Syrup, the Denim Blue and the Novel Nile.

Specifications

Type
stroller, 2in1 stroller system
Weight (in kg)
9
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
102 × 61 × 81
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
73 × 34 × 32
Brand origin
Netherlands
Chassis material
aluminum
Maximum seat load (in kg)
15
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 30
Reversible seat
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