If you've ever navigated the sidewalks of the city, you probably quickly learned the unwritten laws of the foot freeway: walk in a straight line, no sauntering, if there is not enough room for your friend on your side, go single file, umbrellas held up high or way down low and most importantly, do it all at a brisk pace. Now, do that with a stroller. While the city is growing more accustomed to our smallest citizens, you still have to navigate it with stealth.

Quinny products are made for the challenges of urban life, and now your stroller doesn’t have to be one. Their products are made for children but also for tiny spaces, busy sidewalks and public transportation. Quinny also knows urban parents are bent for travel and fashion, which is why they excel in mobility and styling.

The Quinny Zapp Flex Plus is really the deluxe of compact strollers and grows with your baby with options like Maxi-Cosi car seat, Carrycots, or Snug Cocoon wraps for newborns. The compact frame allows you to be agile without sacrificing baby's comfort. The compact frame and maneuverability allow the parent to go with the flow on busy sidewalks and cramped apartment spaces, while the spacious seat cradles even a toddler with a full recline for those on the go naps. It glides over bumps and cracks and turns on a dime with quick and easy adjustments for the seat recline, canopy and breaks.

The seat can be adjusted from forward facing to rear-facing, and the backrest fully reclines. A closed pushbar provides one-handed steering and also serves as a handle for carrying when it’s compacted with an easy 3D folding mechanism.

Offering protection from wind, rain and sun with a UV+50 protective fabric, the sun canopy is not only adjustable but extendable. The undercarriage basket is easily accessible and you can add a detachable mesh shopping bag, a cupholder, a winter liner, a rain cover, a mosquito net and more. The most exciting feature, for some, perhaps, are all the chic color combinations available, which are also all in water resistant fabric.

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