THE ZIA 4. A REALLY COMFY PUSH WITH FUNKY COLOURS.
Carmel Wilkinson, Made for Mums
2 September 2009
Summary: Love it, easily the best buggy I've had (and that numbers 6!)
Pros: Very comfortable push. Nippy in town but with great suspension for long walks. Lies completely flat for a good sleeping position. Soft carry cot can be inserted for newborn, additional clips for car seat available. gorgeous colours - I bought the lime green, which always takes in stares and compl...
Cons: Back wheels wider than an average pushchair so needs more clearance. This always frustrates my husband. Basket not accessible when buggy laid flat. No sun canopy/umberella. Rain cover quite tight around the feet.
GOOD CHEAP BUGGY THAT FOLDS REALLY EASILY AND SMALL
Dawn Robson, Made for Mums
23 June 2008
Summary: This has been compared to the quinny zapp, yes it is very similar but has an adjustable backrest and basket which is great, but the quality is very different, this has a much cheaper feel to it.
Pros: Folds and unfolds really easily. Lies back into any position you want. Has a good hood and raincover has an opening to get to the baby easily without taking the whole cover off. Great colours. Easily removable wheels to get into a smaller space.
Cons: Small basket that you cant get to when baby is lying down but this is the case with most buggies so i expected this. Flimsy cheap feel quality to it similar to the cheap feel graco pushchairs, stiff wheels. No grip on handles to push.
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair for my son as I wanted a light pushchair for holidays that was easy to push and I wasn't disappointed. I bought the Petite Star Zia in the black dogtooth design. It is mostly black with a black and white dogtooth check pattern on the seat and back.
Pros: Lightweight, "Folds down small", "Nice size seat", "Easy to push "
Excerpt: Just brought this pushchair on groupon such a good deal, Been looking around for a good deal for a few weeks and nothing comes close to this. Great value for money. Love groupon and love the zia
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,.
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.
Good pram for going on walks, not so good for hitting the shops.
21 April 2013
Excerpt: 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.
Summary: I purchased this product when we moved to a 2nd floor flat in the city. I couldn't manage both our bugaboo and daughter up and down the stairs at the same time so it was time to get a lightweight buggy.
A very well rounded buggy, you'll get some use out of this one
2 July 2012
Excerpt: 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...
Summary: I bought this 2 weeks ago for my 6 month old son and I use it more or less every day. I needed something which folded up small for a small car boot, and was light so that I could carry it up steps.