Summary: We've been using it for over 3 months now, no problems, drives smooth and very comfy for the little one :)A little on the heavy side though. The plus is also, that you can buy spare parts on Obaby website!!
Good value for money, some clever features, not quite good enough quality
26 February 2014
Excerpt: I have had the Obaby Zezu Pramette and car seat for about 18 months now. I think it is the cheapest travel system of its type - it is very good value for money. The car seat is a fairly standard Stage 0 car seat that fits onto the base. It uses the car seat belt to fit into the car, not isofix. It can be a little fiddly at first to fit, but soon becomes quite quick. The pramette converts from a completely flat pram (with newborn liner) into a pushchair.
Excerpt: After deciding that I liked a pram with chunky air filled wheels, the Zezu appeared on the back cover of a magazine I was reading, so voila off I went to see one, which I ended up purchasing. We bought the all black for £170 at the time ( about a year later the prices had rocketed! ) Chose not to buy the car seat as I wanted a Maxi Cosi one. I loved the fact that this pram changed from carrycot unit to pushchair when needed. It came with a padded liner to lay in there.
Excerpt: We have the Obaby Zezu in Dotty Purple and I love it, we don't however have any experience with the pushchair as a travel system so I won't be commenting on that. It's a very smooth ride, the large air filled back wheels really contribute to the smoothness, it's easy to steer and folds up easily. The only problem I have found is that it is quite heavy to carry when folded, and is quite bulky and so will take up most of the boot space in a small car.
Excerpt: Before I get too in depth with my personal review - I would like to point out that it is for the pushchair/pramette ONLY. I have no experience of using this as a travel system with a car seat. The Obaby Zezu pramette is a stylish low budget system where the top unit can easily be switched between a pram and pushchair by simply adjusting a few straps.
Good value for money, a few niggles but nothing major
12 July 2012
Excerpt: For my 5th(and final!) baby, I decided I would like an all-in-one pushchair/carrycot combi - a pramette. My criteria for the unit was very specific - it had to have adjustable height on the handle, be easily used by my 6ft plus husband, the pushchair unit had to be able to be front or rear facing and it had to have a carrycot. As I didn't know what the sex of my baby was, the colour needed to be neutral but not boring.