The Quinny Zapp Xtra – Assembly is Child’s Play!

Approximately 6 weeks ago I was selected to be a Quinny Caster – one of 25 Mums and Dads who were to be given the all new Quinny Zapp Xtra to use and review for the next 6 months. Each month we are set a task and asked to blog about it using whatever means we like – blog, video, photographs – the choice is ours. Our first task was to tell our readers/viewers our experience of assembling the buggy.

With Beanie Boy only arriving 5 weeks ago life has been pretty hectic and for the most part I have carried him around with me in a sling. Yesterday, we finally had a moment in time when Little Bean was sleeping to unpack our new Quinny and make a video to show everyone just how easy it is. I challenged Curly to assemble the buggy for us in his role as “the Big Brother”. He thought this sounded like fun, especially when I told him that I was going to video him doing it. He thought it was going to be “cool” to be featured on my blog but he had one little request, can I do a run through first just to be sure I don’t mess it up. “Yeah sure” I said, but I knew he could do it, so I set the video rolling and this is what we got – Curly is 9 years old and put together the Quinny Zapp Xtra in around 5 minutes with no practice run!! Well done Curly, you’re my little star!!!


  • mummymatters

    October 28 at 4:13 pm

    Too funny!! Just showed Little Bean this video of her big brother and she sat here cheering him on shouting “go Curly, go Curly” – then when he finished building it and took a bow, she clapped her hands and said “well done Bro!!”. I love my kids xx

  • Karin @ Cafe Bebe

    October 29 at 1:59 pm

    What a great job Curly did! Impressive! Love the ZingZillas music to accompany it as well! Excellent choice! 🙂

    1. mummymatters

      October 29 at 9:18 pm

      We were really impressed with him too, and he felt very pleased with himself!! :))

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