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Why You Need a Quinn Zapp Flex Stroller

The struggle is real when you are trying to find the right items to purchase for your baby registry and for your kids. My husband and I definitely had no idea what we were doing when we did our first registry. 3 years later, I have useless objects that I don’t use.

The next time around, I want to be more knowledgeable on products that I should buy and really consider them an investment instead of just to buy something. We recently looked into the Quinny Zap Flex Stroller.

This stroller was quick and easy to put together. My husband and I assembled it in less than 10 minutes.

There is TONS of storage room underneath the stroller which is great for me! The stroller moves very esily and the brake is easy to put on if needed. I love strollers that aren’t hard to push, and this one fits!

It also has adjustable straps, shade from the sun, easy disassemble and folds down small enough to store nicely. This is important because if you are traveling with a child you know the struggles of having a stroller fold up easily and the ability to make it compact is important! My daughter is 3 now so we face the stroller forwards but the really amazing thing is that it’s able to be turned around to face you!

It’s so important when you are able to have a multiple purpose purchase – front and back facing stroller AND can pair with a car seat. Buying this stroller is more of an investment and as a parent, it’s so important to choose wisely!

My thoughts on this stroller…..

Product Name: Quinny Zapp Flex Stroller

Recommend: Yes

Price: $$ (expensive – but can be used from infancy and connect to a car seat))

Assembly: Easy – all parts click together

Compact: Easy to store, folds down small, light weight

Color: Comes in different colors (Blue, Black, Natural)

Clean: Easy to clean and water resistant

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Jennifer is the Owner of TWL Working Moms and Co-Owner of Influential Mamas.  Along with blogging + freelance writing, she is a mom, army wife and full-time teacher. Jennifer lives in Washington State and is a born + raised New Yorker. In her spare time, she loves traveling, yoga, the beach, writing, listening to books and drinking coffee.

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