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Written on: 21/08/2008 by michellejackson (1 review written)
i have had my Petite Star Zia for about 4 months now and love it. i had the quinny zapp before and this felt very unstable and actually did tip back in a shop when i put 1 small bag of shopping on the handle! Very embarrassing as my son was in it and everyone ran over to help pick it up and Alfie was screaming! I sold it straight away and brought the zia. I have hung loads on the handle including my changing bag and it has never tipped, even when Alfie is walking. I also have a Maclaren quest… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2008 by abbie2817 (1 review written)
This pram is by far the best pram I have had only wish I purchased it sooner, it is lightweight and compact, you will not be disappointed with this pram.
I would advise that you don't leave your child to climb in and out on their own though as it will tip up.
The biggest problem I have with this pram is the raincover as it doesn't come with clips on the bottom so it just slides off also if your child is over 12 months their feet will get wet or squashed as there is no gap between the footrest… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2008
Basket cannot be accessed if seat is reclined. Wheels come off too easily. It was easy to manoeuvour at first, then started to stick, was ok when wd40 was sprayed on wheels. Had problem with brake, brake went on but was very hard to get off kept sticking. Now a piece has broken off suspension and is now being sent off to Petite Star for inspection.
Absolutely loved the pram at first, could just be that I had a dodgy one, as the shop I bought it from said mine was the first they'd had… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2008
Bought the Petite Star Zia as a second buggy for holidays as it fits in the boot and still has plenty of room for luggage, however wouldn't buy one again my baby doesnt like it and cried every time we put him in. From my experiences it's not that safe and quite easily topples over if my toddler tries to hold onto the handle whilst I'm pushing it… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2008 by kayleigh 1984 (1 review written)
it reclines and looks so comfortable for my little boy he loves it! it's light weight and easy to push
i love it and wish i'd bought one sooner!… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2008
i love the Petite Star Zia. it reclines and is easy to push. its like pushing nothing… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2008
I love the Petite Star Zia. I had a Quinny Zapp before this and the petite star is by far the best it is very light weight and easy to handle and my 2 year old fits in it perfectly.
I have recommended the zia to friends and family who also got them… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2008 by emmaevie (1 review written)
i only bought the Petite Star Zia today so have only taken it round town but love it so far,my daughter seems quite happy in it,its very easy to push around and maneuver,and it looks great,i bought it as a second buggy as my quinny buzz is just too heavy to take on the bus. its a shame it doesn't have a bag attached to it to keep the rain cover in because it doesn't fold as easily if you put it in the shopping basket,also its too light to hang a change bag off the back. i think its great though… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2008 by lollyxx (1 review written)
I bought the Petite Star Zia and was initially very pleased with it, it was small when folded and seemed to have the added bonus of a recline. However, it is rickety when pushing, and is very unstable, more so than the zapp and other 3 wheelers I have had. Today was the last straw when my 18month old leaned forwards and then to the side and the buggy tipped with him in it. Luckily I caught him, but I am not happy at all with the stability of it. I will be contacting for a refund and selling… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/06/2008 by donna123 (1 review written)
I always check the pushchair to check the wheels are on ok!!! the instructions supplied with it do suggest u do this!!!!I love my zia. I have had for my little 1 since she was 12 wks old!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2008 by karengee1973 (1 review written)
I have had my Petite Star Zia for about 4 months now. Even though i like my zia there are problems, the raincover when put over pushchair seems to lie ontop of the quick release button for front wheel and so wheel falls off when it is raining, not had any problems with back wheels coming off though!, it is a pushchair just to be used for keeping in car and nipping to shops, i would not like to rely on it indefinitely and does not seem robust enough for everyday use, also look out when… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2008 by Eddies mum (1 review written)
Only use the Petite Star Zia when he needs to sleep so he's laid down, head is over the top of seat and weight lowers the suspension. Purchase this as early on in your baby's life and it is the buy of the year. Only wish it was taller!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2008
What a waste of money !!! it tips over when going down kerbs, the wheels fall off- mainly the back and the basket is of no use as you cant excess it when the child is sitting in it . would not recommend it to anyone, its dangerous and should be recalled… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2008
All things considered i would say that the petite star zia a great buy at a very reasonable price… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2008
Lovely pushchair only ever seen 1 other 1 so rare!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2008 by efaz31 (1 review written)
I love our Zia and am so glad that we bought it. We have just been on holiday with it where it has been bumped over rough terrain and up and down huge kerbs etc. It was really light, and easy to fold single handedly whilst carrying my daughter through security etc. I have been quite impressed as we have ragged it around really. My daughter is really comfortable in it, and falls asleep in it so easily. I do not think I would put a baby under 3 months in it though as it only has a simple… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2008 by sandisam (1 review written)
This buggy tipped over on flat terrain as I started to push when swivel wheel wasn't forward. My son was face down on the tarmac with the pram on top of him. I fell also during this incident. He is ok but has scrapes to his cheek nose and forehead and he cut his lip (now fat) and had a nose bleed. I am going to send the photos of this to petite star and I will not use it again. After the accident my son was so distressed and throwing himself around side to side and the buggy nearly tipped… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2008
I bought the Petite Zia for a trip to New Zealand and as I was travelling on my own, I needed something light and compact but also with a full recline option so that he could have a cosy sleep even when we were out an about all day. The Petite Zia was brilliant. It's very easy to fold down and get into the travel bag so no lost wheels or scratches on the chasis so still looks brand new even after going through the turmoil of Heathrow airport!
Fantastic buggy and exceptional value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2008 by Donwyn80 (1 review written)
We were delighted to find the Petite Star ZIa - a reasonably priced pushchair that folds into the boot of a mini with ease. But all that glitters is not gold...
It looks great and is fantastically easy to fold. However, be warned, the manufacturers say suitable from birth. It does indeed lie flat but the recline is so poorly supported (adjusted by only a webbing strap) that my 8 week old almost fell out when moving the Zia up a few steps.
On flat terrain it is fine. Like other reviews I… Read Full Review
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