Excerpt: I bought the petit star zia plus when my daughter was 18 months. I needed avery lightweight pram for work that lay flat, I was a nanny and my daughter came to work with me. I read all the reviews and thought this would be the one. I have two view pointswith this pram,. When my daughter was 18 months and up to nearly 4 years it was fantastic, but when I started using it as a childminder for children under a year I became concerned.
Excerpt: i bought this product for my daughter just yesterday. and today she was sitting in it drink a bottle and watching telly shes only one years old she sat up and looked to the side to see what her brother was doing. the next minute the pram was on top of my four year old son. she had tipped it over with just slight movement.
Easy to push, lightweight pram. But small, hard to reach sho ...
21 April 2013
Summary: I bought this stroller after getting tired of pushing around my heavy Chicco travel system. I was looking for something much more light weight, easier to push, and with better suspension. Weight: After trying out a few strollers I decided on the Petite Star ZiaX. It wasn't the lightest pram but not too bad at 7.8kg. You don't really notice the weight until you actually pick it up. It feels a lot lighter to push than it's actual weight.
Summary: I'll admit that my son is not small for his age. At 21 months he weighs in a around 3 stone, thus the need for a decent sized buggy to fit my little giant! After browsing round Mothercare with my son and wife, we realized that most of the buggies you can buy (cheap and expensive) seemed to focus heavily on compactness, and were fairly narrow as a result. Step forward the Petite Star Zia!
Pros: Good, wide compartment to sit your baby in, light and compact though
Cons: Poor sun cover, lowering mechanism often gets stuck