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Loola or Zapp chassis?

(6 Posts)
ParkerRocks Sun 23-Oct-11 10:16:13

I need a chassis to clip my maxi cosi carseat on to, like the look of these as they are small when folded. As I would only do this occassionally I'd like to buy second hand. Where can I look other than eBay?

BertieBotts Sun 23-Oct-11 10:18:01

The Loola is a bit of a pain TBH. It might be small when folded, but it's heavy. I love the Loola Up as a pushchair, but as a carseat chassis, I'd go for the zapp.

mamadivazback Sun 23-Oct-11 11:06:55

Are you planning on using it as a lightweight pushchair when you are finished with the car seat?

If so I'd say go for the Loola Up, which is the same as the Loola but easier to push as it has a bar handle.

If not then I'd say the Zapp but it is not the sturdiest of pushchairs with the car seat on top although I have a friend who has used hers since birth like this and then as a pushchair for her DS.

May I also suggest the Bugaboo Bee, Maxi Cosi Streety or Baby Jogger City Mini pushchairs, these are all lightweight and suitable to use firther on too.

mamadivazback Sun 23-Oct-11 11:09:24

Also meant to add that you can search your local paper, noticeboard on Netmums, Gumtree and of course the classifieds on here for second hand stuff.

Put up a wanted add and you are bound to get a reply!

Tiggywunkle Sun 23-Oct-11 11:14:14

The fold on the Zapp is a piglet to do, but I would still recommend it. However buy an old second hand zapp, strip the fabric off and fingers crossed the chassis will be looser than a new one to fold. The Zapp is one pushchair that gets better over time smile

Tiggywunkle Sun 23-Oct-11 11:15:48

Just to add, I swapped to a City Mini because it was far easier to fold and unfold. However if that's of interest then the four wheeler is more stable for car seat use.

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