Reviews and Problems with Petite Star Zia 4 travel system
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Made for Mums
15 September 2010
Conclusion: The Petite Star Zia4 is a buggy that can become a lightweight travel system, and it’s the potential cost saving it offers when these extras are purchased that’s one of the big selling points.
Pros: Looks modern, good value for money, light, easy to steer, travel system compatible, compact when folded
Cons: A little over-designed, forward facing only, I wasn’t in love with the Lime colourway but lots of others do like it, including my 3-year-old Isaac, who said it was like lettuce! If green really isn’t your thing, it does come in one other colourway. Called Moonstone, it’s an industrial grey/black ...
Conclusion: The Petite Star Zia4 travel system might suffer a little from over design but this doesn’t detract from the fact that it’s a lightweight, flexible travel system. The potential cost saving it offers, but being able to fill the role of lightweight buggy as well as a pram, is a definite selling point.
Pros: Good value for money, light, easy to steer, carrycot allows your baby to face you, What is truly great about the Petite Zia4 is that you have your useful carrycot and infant car seat that you need from birth yet are left with a lightweight stroller, rather than a cumbersome number that is difficu...
Cons: A little over-designed, flimsy carrycot, I wasn’t crazy about the green colour but lots of others do like it, including my 3-year-old son Isaac who said it was like lettuce! And, it does come in a different colourway if you’re not a green fan. Other niggles include that the basket is too small, a...