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Obaby-zezu-pramette.14926590
9.0 out of 10

OBaby Zezu Pramette

OBaby ZeZu effortlessly changes from a pram into a stroller an Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
6 August 2009
  • Conclusion: The Obaby ZeZu Pramette can easily be turned into a travel system, and is suitable from birth even without the extra car seat. The all-in-one carrycot and seat unit keeps things simple, and the option of rear or forward facing really does help this feel like a pushchair that can be used for baby as well as toddler. However, be aware of head-wobble when using with your newborn, and that to fold it down to a small size means wheels and bumper bar have to come off.
  • Pros: Rear or forward facing, all-in-one carrycot and suit unit, Assembling the ZeZu Pramette was fast and logical, even without detailed instructions. One of the ZeZu’s top features is the flexibility to offers: the pram to easily convert to a stroller, and it can be used in either can be rear or forward facing. The handles are really easy to adjust, and the pneumatic wheels meant 7-week-old Cormac had a well-sprung ride, even when his older brother, 9 and 7, had a turn. I...
  • Cons: No infant head support so head wobble can occur with newborns, wheels need to be removed on folding, safety strap is fiddly, The Obaby ZeZu Pramette has some downsides, especially when being used for your newborn. Cormac’s head was wobbling around considerably even on a flat pavement, which we stopped by putting a rolled-up blanket around him. However, this didn’t really do much for the ZeZu’s good looks! It does fold up reasonably small- if the wheels and bumper bar ...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
6 August 2009
  • Conclusion: The Obaby ZeZu Pramette travel system offers an excellent price and versatility without compromising on looks. If you don’t mind head-wobble, infuriating straps and deconstructing it with every fold-down, this travel system could a budget-conscious option worth considering.
  • Pros: Versatile, rear or forward facing, good price, I was very excited to unpack the box and promised 7-week-old Cormac a new, improved outing experience shortly. He was delighted not to have to wait too long for the ZeZu to be up and running. Even without detailed instructions, going from packed cardboard box to working travel system is swift and logical. Being a nosey sort of chap Cormac was delighted to be parent-facing and, in stroller mode, for the ability to change h...
  • Cons: Fiddly safety strap, no infant head support, wheels and bumper bar need to be removed to fold, Here’s where your mum’s saying about not being able to have your cake and eat it starts to ring true. The Obaby ZeZu Pramette travel system has a few fairly significant niggles. Cormac at 7 weeks is a fairly sturdy chap, but his head was wobbling around considerably even on a flat pavement. We solved this by stuffing a rolled-up blanket around him, but that detracted somewha...
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