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Zapp Flex Plus


Meet the Zapp Flex Plus: Comfortable, flexible and perfect from birth with a Lux Tukk or Mico car seat. With its 4 large wheels and fully reclinable seat, it is the perfect compact travel system.
  • Closed pushbar
  • Two-way flex seat
  • Four large wheels

A setting for every age

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Why you'll love it

  • Two-way flex seat

    Two-way flex seat

    Reclines fully flat both ways
  • Four large wheels

    Four large wheels

    Always a smooth ride
  • Closed pushbar

    Closed pushbar

    Easy one-hand pushing




    Shield your child from the sun, wind and rain (UV 50+)


    Simply wipe away any spills


    Easy 3D folding mechanism


    Bring everything you want


    Click down and lift up


    Highly manoeuvrable


    Easily click your Maxi-Cosi® Car Seat in or out

Zapp Flex Plus From Birth Solutions

The cozy Zapp Lux Tukk or a Maxi-Cosi Mico Car Seat – The Zapp Flex Plus easily transforms into the perfect from-birth travel system. One frame fits all, so you can easily switch between them. Super compact and beautifully designed, these will definitely make heads turn.


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QuinnyZapp Flex Plus

(based on 9 reviews)

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    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (6), Yes (3)

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Great compact full-size stroller


from Spring Branch, TX

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

I watched a video on putting the stroller together before attempting it and was able to put it together by myself in under 7 minutes from taped up box to strolling with my son. I love how it folds up and is easy to lift into my trunk. Even though it takes some practice to be proficient with opening/folding, I really like that the seat folds down into the frame and doesn't have to be removed for folding. The versatility of having the seat forward or backward facing and sitting or laying flat is awesome and very easy to modify (sitting vs laying) with the child in the seat.

My 4.5 year old (43lbs, 43inches) fits comfortably and really enjoyed the ride, but his legs are a bit too long and there isn't anything for them to rest on. Even with the 20lb stroller and 43lb kid, I was able to easily and almost effortlessly maneuver the stroller with one hand on rough roads and a gravel driveway.

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Good for kids, not for parents


from Raleigh, NC

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

I think one of the biggest perks of this stroller is how it can grow with your child. It is compatible with Maxi Cosi infant seats, can be used forward or rear facing, as more "bassinet" style or upright. My 3 year old is average height but a pretty solid boy, and he has more room in this than any stroller - travel system or umbrella - that we have. But in general, I feel it was not created with the parent in mind. A lot of conveniences we seek when traveling or attending events we'd use strollers for are not included with this model.

- Versatility of arrangement and age-range; sun shade covers a lot
- Ease of movement: can be pushed one-handed pretty easily, glides beautifully
- Comfort: kiddo loves it! At 38" tall, he could pull his feet up, dangle them, or used the wheel base as a foot rest
- One-step braking (lock on one foot pedal, unlock on the other)

- Installation is not intuitive, and directions were not very clear. My husband assembled it, and even as a mechanic, he struggled a bit.
- Very few bells and whistles for parents - one detachable cup holder (held my full Yeti and Tervis well) and one detachable mesh tote, which MUST be detached before folding - that's annoying; no place for phone or keys other than the tiny underseat basket or tote
- 3-step open/close is not convenient; must use two hands; takes 10-15 secs
- it's heavier and bulkier than it looks, but not unmanageable

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  • Yes

Smooth and comfortable ride


from Salisbury, MD

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

My six month old son loves to see what is going on around him, and that is very easy for him to do in this stroller. He is very comfortable in the seat, and it looks like there is plenty of room for him to grow. The various seat positions are very convenient- I like that it reclines if he wants to take a nap while we are out and about.

This stroller is very easy to push, and it turns like a dream. It's very easy to navigate in a variety of situations: we have used it in stores, in a restaurant, in the mall and on the boardwalk at the beach so far. The handle is well placed: both my taller husband and my short self find it easy to reach and comfortable to push. It takes up very little space once it has been collapsed. It easily fits in the trunk or backseat of my small car. I also love the canopy- it shields his eyes really well and stays in place.

We found this stroller a little difficult to unfold and collapse at first. It took a few minutes to figure out how it worked, especially since we are used to a one-handed design. The clasp also takes a little getting used to, as it is not a standard buckle. It is hard to buckle with one hand while keeping a squirming baby from falling out, as the two sides have to fit on top of each other before being clasped into the bottom strap.

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  • Yes

Easy to maneuver!


from Ohio

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

The stroller was quick and easy to assemble and the wheels just snapped right on. It took approximately 10 minutes to get everything together, even with my 3 year old who insisted on a quick ride through the house. I was concerned about not being able to fit a diaper bag in the limited storage space underneath but I was able to hang it over the handle bar and it didn't cause it to tip.

It took some time to figure out how to collapse it and after watching a video, I realized that I was missed a small piece of the handle that needed to be pushed out to get the seat to fold. Once folded, it's nice and compact enough to fit in the trunk of our Accord. It took a lot of effort and a completely empty trunk to get our old stroller in that car.

Perhaps my favorite features are the canopy, seat recline, and how easy it was to maneuver. The large, waterproof canopy stays in place and kept my daughter completely covered from the sun. The seat has 3 recline positions and allows the child to lay all the way back for naps. I ventured out with my 14 month old and 3 year old and I found it easy to push and turn with 1 hand while holding on to the older child's hand. It was very easy to push the stroller through the grass and gravel which must be due to the large, sturdy wheels.

I only had a few cons.
- The stroller came with a cup holder that seemed like an afterthought. After attaching, I hit it with my arm and it fell right off so I am not sure how well it work with a beverage.
- The lack of a footrest for older children.
- My kids enjoy a tray to hold their cup or a snack so I would prefer the ability to attach one.

Overall, this was a nice stroller that I cannot wait to use again.

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  • No

Wonderful Compact Stroller


from Birmingham, AL

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

We love this stroller, it is the smoothest rolling and easiest to maneuver of all I have tried. It takes a little practice to get it folded and unfolded, but after that it's easy. My favorite feature is that you can face the seat towards it away from you. My baby likes to face towards for now, but that will probably change as she gets older. It's great to have options. It looks very sleek and folds up to fit in even small trunks with room to spare. This stroller is going to be with us for a long time.

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  • No

Great stroller!


from Lincoln, NE

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

I received this stroller for my honest review.

This is a great stroller. Assembly was about 5-10 minutes and not hard to do at all. Folding and unfolding was a little troublesome and frustrating at first, but then after watching a video, I realized I was not pulling the bottom part after unlocking it, all the way back to lock that in place. Once I figured out what I was doing wrong, unfolding and folding can be done in 10 seconds! I drive a VW Passat and our other stroller (Graco brand) took up the entire trunk. The Zapp Flex Plus took up less than half of my trunk space, and if I lay it on its side, it takes up no room at all. I love that feature.

We live in a rural development, and the 4 wheels glided well over our white rock driveway and did well on our asphalt roads. My husband took it in our grass and it maneuvered well there as well. It was much sturdier than our Graco jogging stroller, that only has three wheels, and feels like it can easily tip over. The wheels are a rubber material, not plastic.

The canopy is a nice material and the extending function worked great during our walk when the sun got in my son's eyes. My son is out of an infant seat, so I have not tested the seat carrier option. I do like the positions the seat can be in for when my son naps while on a walk, I can lay him flatter.

I do wish it had a tray attached to it (or that could be attached to it) as my son is 9 months old and it's nice to hook a toy on the tray that he can play with. There is a cup holder but no other tray for parents to put cell phone or keys.

Overall it is a great stroller. Definitely watch a video on assembly and folding/unfolding the stroller.

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  • No

I would buy this again


from Walpole, MA

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

Very happy with this stroller. It's easy to assemble, a very smooth ride and easy to push. The lock on the wheels is great since you use your feet to lock and unlock which we all know with young kids, very often your hands are full. My daughter is almost two and is very comfortable in this stroller. I also love the sun shade, it's nice and big and goes down far in front of the child when unzipped. Another plus is the amount of storage this stroller offers. Between the underneath basket and the bag on the bag, plenty of places to store things. I would recommend an accessory for the handle bars for your phone, water, etc...

One draw back is that there is no footrest for the child's feet so they just hang. It seems uncomfortable to me but so far hasn't been an issue with my daughter so we shall see.

Can't go wrong with this stroller.

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Easy up/down!


from RI

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

Love this stroller. We have the Buzz and this seems like a smaller, compact version. Easy glide wheels and cozy seat for baby. Canopy extends just like in Buzz to provide more shade. Straps are easy to adjust-- push through slot. Metal frame feels sturdy yet compact; perfect stroller to keep in car.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

My Son Loves This Stroller


from Grimes, IA

Comments about Quinny Zapp Flex Plus:

This is an awesome stroller! My 2 year-old son wouldn't even let me finish assembling it before trying to climb in it and once it was assembled, he refused to get out!

-Relatively quick, easy assembly
-Easy to steer
-Waterproof, expandable canopy
-Easily convertible for multiple sitting positions and ages.
-Tall handle bar
-Compatible with the Maxi-Cosi Car Seat
-Cup Holder/Extra Storage bag come with it

-Little Heavy
-Somewhat bulky when folded
-MultiStep open/close
-Tricky buckle

There is so much to love about this stroller! The colors and sleek style immediate drew me to it. It steers and pivots like a dream! It provides plenty of room for my son as he continues to grow and will be sure to last us for years. The directions to put it together were slightly confusing as it took me a few minutes to figure out where the button was to unfold it all, but once I did it was a breeze. I love the strong, weatherproof, expandable canopy that goes over the majority of the seat. Compared to other strollers we've owned & used, this is the ONLY canopy that actually stays put and does its job. My 5'10 husband loves that he doesn't need to hunch/bend over to push the stroller as it has a nice tall bar.

There are really only 2 things that I would change about this stroller
1. Fewer steps to open/close the stroller - For both it takes 3 steps. It's not too bad - I can do it in under 10 seconds after having practiced a couple times, but it seems like a lot when you're used to a one-handed, one-step pull to open, pull to close.

2. Easier buckle design. There are 2 pieces that need to fit together first before clicking it into the buckle. It seems more complicated than it needs to be.

I originally thought that this would replace our umbrella stroller (& it probably still will), but it's a little heavier and bulkier when folded than I imagined. However, it really is perfect for your anytime/anywhere stroller! Definitely recommend!

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