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Pushchair stolen!... Petite Star?

(8 Posts)
MultipleMama Tue 23-Apr-13 19:50:17

Hey everyone, we asked if we could pop into today to see and use the pushchair - I didn't like it.

Finally, we are in possession of a Cosatto Swift lite supa in the 'hello dolly' design. It's second hand but it's lovely and within 10 minutes of using it dd was fast asleep - this is always the seal of approval. Haha.

Thanks everyone.

jumperooo Tue 23-Apr-13 07:08:27

We have just bought a Zia to use as a holiday buggy. Really wanted a babyzen yoyo or bjcm but can't justify the cost with a 6 month old uppababy vista too. It's worth checking out nurseryvalue.co.uk as they are the petite star online outlet and sell catalogue returns and refurbished buggies. We've ordered an unused zia for £82

Sirzy Mon 22-Apr-13 22:46:20

I sold my zia after 4 months. Not enough space for even a small child, not particulary stable and just not that nice to handle.

Tiggywunkle Mon 22-Apr-13 22:42:55

sad re the Babyzen.
What a terrible thing to do sad

Zia's are nice pushchairs, however they are small for an older child. My small 2 year old filled one. But try your DC in your friends and see how they look.

MultipleMama Mon 22-Apr-13 21:24:08

I know, I loved that pushchair. No insurance, didn't think someone would steal a pushchair from the back garden. Some people are crackers!

Honestly, right now, I don't want to fork out for a new pushchair or another babyzen, especially with twins on way, and need to be wise with money.

Ihateparties Mon 22-Apr-13 21:07:57

:-o ouch on the babyzen, any sort of insurance cover?? A zia will be nothing like the babyzen to push.

Clearlymisunderstood Mon 22-Apr-13 19:45:49

I just bought a zia, I love it so far, is light, folds small and manoeuvres well. I bought mine reworked (catalogue return or something) from nursery value.co.uk and only paid £65 can't find any fault with it at all

MultipleMama Mon 22-Apr-13 19:25:16

Today, someone stole our Babyzen from my father's garden. Who the heck would steal a pushchair?? But luckily a friend has one she's selling for £60 but I haven't seen it or know what it's like, I go to view it on Friday.

It's a Petite Star, I think it's Zia? Has anyone any experience with it or now about it? It's only for dd.

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