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Smallest folded buggy help please!!

(10 Posts)
cln27 Sun 08-Sep-13 10:13:56

Hi. Thanks for helping..

We have a new car and need the smallest folded buggy possible!!

I have been doing loads of research but hoping that someone can tell me some of the markets smallest folded buggies. So far I've researched the quinny zapp, petite star zia and zia 4. Has anyone got any others to look into. Thank you xx

twojues Sun 08-Sep-13 10:19:02

Mamas and Papas have a new one out called the Armadillo. It doesn't fold like the Zapp, but looks a small flat fold.

whitewineforme Sun 08-Sep-13 10:45:42

I've got a Nuna Pepp which folds pretty small, not sure what it's like compared to the ones you've mentioned though. I think the Babyzen Yoyo is tiny (fits in overhead locker on a plane) but quite pricey.

Rhubarb78 Sun 08-Sep-13 20:26:10

Maxi cosi noa folds really small. Only suitable from 6 months plus though so depends on the age of your child.

Tiggywunkle Sun 08-Sep-13 21:53:40

It depends on the shape you need TBH.

If you need long and think then some umbrella folds are really slim - especially the cheaper no frills end. Or pushchairs like the Quinny Zapp, Petite Star Zia, Maxi Cosi Noa, Quinny Yezz etc are slim.

If you need flat, then you wont get any smaller than the Babyzen Yoyo, but the Casual Play Livi isnt much bigger. The Baby Jogger City Mini is very flat with the wheels popped off. The Nuna Pepp is flat too.

I have also had a Leebruss Takeoff which was a small fold but chunky, and a Safety 1st Surf pushchair which is very small folding and we bought to fit into a swimming pool locker!

If you are looking for a more substantial pushchair thats small folding then the Baby Jogger Versa with the wheels off is fairly small and the Easywalker MINI or June are pretty small folded. There's others too but without knowing more I will leave it here for now.

SilverSixpence Mon 09-Sep-13 10:12:57

We have a maxi cosi noa and it is very small folded. It is also a great buggy for general use for an older child, however my DH (6ft) finds the handles too low and it gives him back strain. It's fine for me (5'3"). It feels a little flimsy for a smaller baby although I have used it since dd was 4m and she seemed fine.

Our Mutsy Igo is astonishingly small folded and has other great features but depends on whether you still need a proper pushchair or not.

Akray Tue 10-Sep-13 18:01:08

Honestly, I feel like I've had a million pushchairs ~ 5 children! ~ always get a big pushchair / travel system for every new baby, then revert back to Petit Star Zia 4. It folds up small but I also feel its substantial enough, has adjustable handles ~ sometimes small pushchairs are very small in height but this is great. Doesn't cost too much either and IMO looks quite stylish smile x

Babyzen Yoyo is the smallest fold but it depends if it's suitable for what you need.

Pobblewhohasnotoes Sun 15-Sep-13 10:45:27

Mamas and Papas Armadillo, it's so small when folded and light. Could fit in the footwell in the car.

Tiggywunkle Mon 16-Sep-13 23:36:52

I now have a Graco Evo Mini and its doing fab!!! Quite amazing really!

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