Excerpt: I would encourage anyone thinking of buying this buggy not to do it. My son twice in one week was injured due to the buggy tipping when he was on level ground and leant forward slightly. The first time I managed to catch the buggy and he just had a scuff to the chin but the second time he landed in a duck pond and had to go to a and e with a head injury and abrasions to his face.
Summary: Introduction = = = = = = = I never new searching for a pushchair for my nephew would have been so mind boggling! I was surprised as to how much choice and varieties of pushchairs there were in the market, and I had to frequently ask myself if I was actually going for the right one or not.
Pros: Lightweight, compact, fold - able, easy to push .
Cons: Dangerous as it is unstable/wobbly at times, thin padding .
Summary: I WAS REALLY GUTTED ABOUT THIS BUGGY, IT WAS VERY UNSTABLE AND FELT LIKE IT WAS GOING TO TIP OVER A LOT. I HAD TO SEND MINE BACK FAULTY AS IT WOULD NOT LOCK OPEN PROPERLY AND WAS NOT SAFE. GUTTED AS ITS A REALLY BIG BUGGY AND MY LITTLE MAN LOVED IT.
Pros: Easy to Set Up, Lightweight, Very Spacious, Comfortable, Easy To Steer,
Excerpt: I was really happy with this pushchair, it was lightweight, easy to push, easy to fold and fitted in the small boot of my car however on our very first journey the pushchair tipped over with my son strapped in it. I had let go of the handles briefly to find the front door keys in my handbag and the whole thing tipped and landed on top of my 13 month old son.
" I bought this pushchair as a second pushchair to keep…" Mumsnetter lilacthehood
5 June 2011
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair as a second pushchair to keep in the car and take on holiday. It is very light weight and although my son hasn't ever been able to tip himself out it does feel a bit flimsy sometimes, curbs etc. However it is great to push and quick to put up fold etc. As I said I keep it in the car and usually use it in shopping Malls etc and it's great for that. Also for taking on holiday it has been great as lie's down flat.
" Please, please, please think carefully when considering this pushchair -…"
28 July 2009
Excerpt: Please, please, please think carefully when considering this pushchair - I do not think it is safe for the age group specified - I initially loved this pushchair - comfy, light and easy to fold etc etc and for a younger baby it was great . However my 16 month old tipped himself out twice - the first time I thought it a one off but the second time was on a completely level surface (in a church hall) - no shoppping unbalancing it etc etc - and he went over really heavily...
Petite Star Zia: Perfect if you want to return it to the shop over and over a ...
9 November 2008
Summary: I looked long and hard for a new buggy to replace my rather large travel system and this looked and sounded the part. Unfortunately reality has shown us otherwise and i will definately wait longer from the release of a product to actually buying it. At first look i loved it! It was small, lightweight, compact when folded and it was freestanding when folded which is perfect for me as i leave the buggy downstairs in flats.
Summary: I tested this stroller alongside some others for a magazine feature and this was at the time a favourite of mine. I used it when my little boy was 4 mths of age to 13mths. In the begining, I loved it not now though. It has a recline seat that lays flat but it's very difficult to raise/lower with the child in place and it doesn't offer much support for older children. My little boy recently always looked slumped in it.