Summary: well priced pushchair,practical and compact both myself and baby harry 6 months are happy with it
Pros: After downsizing from a multi combi system this small compact folding pushchair is a godsent, light weight and easy manovorable my little one six months seems happy enough, multi reclining seat means liitle one can have a nap too. One hand folding makes life easier when your trying to juggle baby...
Cons: little one seems a bit slouched but not a major problem rain cover can be difficult to put on no where to put a sun umberella on but other options for shade available
Summary: Brilliant pushchair for travelling and also daily use. Has been a godsend as it takes up hardly any space when folded and I love the fact that it is freestanding. Having only a tiny car there was only this pushchair and the Zapp that could be considered and this one won hands down just having the...
Pros: Incredibly light, portable and easy to steer. Is a doddle to put up and down. Takes up hardly and space and have encountered no problems eg bits dropping off like my last pushchair
Cons: Feels light and not particularly substantial, my Mum thought it felt unsafe because of this
Summary: Got the petite zia delivered today and i have to say i am very impressed and excited about this buggy. It folds a little wider and longer than the zapp, but not too much. The fabrics are of very good quality with loads of padding.
Pros: small,easily maneuvrable, good quality value buggy
VERY LIGHT, VERY STYLISH, EASY TO USE, BRILLIANT VALUE!!
Lydia Pheasant, Made for Mums
3 September 2007
Summary: Being a new mum and only having owned a mothercare travel system before the zia i don't really have alot to compare it too, but even with my very limited experience i can safely say this is an excellent stroller!!
Cons: Not sure how well a newborn would fit in it as my 9 month old still seems a little small for the harness.