Petite Star Zia Evolve Travel System

from Petite Star
RRP  £299.00
Petite Star Zia Evolve Pramette

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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Good value system, that’s perfect for city living. Comes with lots of added extras like footmuffs and seat liners, but is not the sturdiest model.

Scoring top marks for value for money, this versatile travel system gives you the choice of putting your baby in the car seat, using the main seat as a carrycot or as a pushchair – and all for under £300. The Zia Evolve feels light to push and lift, plus it handles well about town.

Light and nippy with swivel wheels its ideal for nipping around shops and jumping on trains and buses. The handles are height adjustable which is a plus, it’s just a shame that the shopping basket is on the small side. The instructions were not the easiest to follow, though, and it didn’t feel as sturdy as some of the others. The Zia Evolve is a good choice for city living at a brilliant price, with a footmuff, apron, seat liner and even the car seat included. But there is a slight compromise on quality.

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Product Information

Petite Star Zia Evolve Pramette

Weight 9.2kg (in pushchair mode).

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