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8.1 out of 10

Petite Star Zia

Suitable from birth Multi-position back-rest including lie-f Read more

Best Price: £19.99

Reviews for Petite Star Zia

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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

Mumsnet
12 July 2012
Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
29 April 2013
  • Excerpt: The Petite Star Zia Evolve is the next pushchair from the Zia range and includes a three-in-one travel system, meaning that everything you need for your new baby is included in the price. Suitable from birth this pramette/stroller/travel system combo offers brilliant value as it includes a car seat, liner, footmuff, apron and raincover.
  • Pros: Suitable from birth in pramette or stroller mode, cosy pramette with soft padded liner, easy to use travel system, lightweight stroller, super compact fold, brilliant value (car seat, liner, footmuff, apron and raincover all included in the RRP)
  • Cons: Not keen putting the travel system into pram mode, need to attach different adaptors for car seat which is a little fiddly
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
6 June 2011
  • Conclusion: It’s low-cost, small to transport, and light to lift. Definitely a good choice of buggy if you want something cool and modern-looking, and are prepared to overlook some minor disadvantages, such as the leaning-back seat and small shopping basket.
  • Pros: Looks stylish, very light and compact, The styling of this pushchair is great, and it’s fantastic value as it’s suitable from birth, and comes with a raincover. It’s also light and manoeuvrable, and really does fold and unfold with one hand. It folds down super small – I even managed to get it into my auntie’s Smart car with room to spare! If you want to spend a bit more money, the matching cosy toes is really thick and warm, and looks fantastic. It certainly makes th...
  • Cons: Seat doesn't sit fully upright, While it reclines well for newborns, the seat doesn’t ever sit fully upright, so as your baby gets older he may not like it, as he’ll be tilted backwards and won’t have a fantastic view of the interesting world out there. He’ll also feel that he’s forever laying back. It may be a 3-wheeler, but it’s not all-terrain. This means it’s not great on bumpy ground and can rattle a little when you push it. However, for a 3-wheeler, it is remark...
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Overall 10
10

Petite Star Zia

Baby Expert
29 April 2010