Reviews and Problems with Petite Star Zia 4 travel system
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Fantastic, stylish, comfortable, extremely easy to fold and very compact when folded.
Karin Brown, Made for Mums
26 January 2011
Summary: Fantastic value for money as the pram is extremely stylish, a lovely shape and will last until at least the age of three, due to its wide seat and high backrest. It is very easy to fold and unfold (one handed), easy to push due the lockable swivel wheels and has excellent suspension. Non faults have been found in the two years that I've owned it. This pram fitted easily into our Ford Fiesta boot and also a Ford Focus with plenty of room left!
Pros: Fantastic value for money, stylish pram with a good wide seat, extremely easy to fold and is very small when folded. Love that the pram is so light to carry too. The car seat looked comfortable and when attached onto the pram gave good protection from the wind and sun as the car seat canopy and the canopy on the pram could be pushed together. The carrycot is parent facing and is nicely padded, with an internal soft harness to fasten around baby. Suspension is lovely, ...
Cons: The handles are not adjustable, so if you are over 5' 7" it could be a problem, also the handles are straight and angled and extremely slippy. The carrycot is attached by just clips to the chasis of the pram which were strong, but I felt the carrycot could have become unclipped if they weren't properly pushed down. The car seat was very hard to attach/unattach to the pram as it was hard to line up the connecting parts to drop it into the holes, the section where you h...
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair predominantly for my niece who is a year old having previously tried out the 3 wheel version. My nephew who is 2, is tall for his age but fits in the zia with ease. I decided to go for the 4 wheel version because I prefer them over 3 wheels.