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Petite Star's Kurvi Pushchair

Use it as a pram, pushchair or travel system – the funky new Petite Star comes with three or four wheels to suit any style


Posted: 20 April 2009
by Laura Lee Davies


Petite Star's Kurvi Pushchair After the success of the Zia range – notably the Zia4 last autumn and the funky new City Bug, Petite Star have continued to innovate with their fleet in order to add a complete travel system option that will appeal to new parents who want the whole pram solution but still crave the Petite Star style, compact versatility and competitively priced quality.

The Kurvi – three solutions in one
Petite Star’s Zia range has taken the UK’s parents and pavements by storm because it’s stylish, easy to fold down small and it’s a good price for something which looks like top of the range but doesn’t cost silly money. The Kurvi offers great value but ups the stakes by provide Petite Star with a complete travel system option.

Petite Star's Kurvi Pushchair Parents will love the fact that the Kurvi features the flexibility of other Petite Star ranges: The pram is snug and roomy, but it folds effortlessly into a funky-looking rear-facing stroller, and into a forward facing stroller for older children. And because the pram bodywork becomes the pushchairs, seat you’re not paying for a whole carrycot option that you won’t need after the first six months of use.
So this is an option you can buy for your new baby and use right up until your toddler no longer needs wheels to get around.
Add the optional car seat and you have a complete travel system if you want it.

Easy to use
The pram can be converted into a front- or rear-facing pushchair just by lifting up the backrest and folding down the feet.
The handle height is adjustable to ensure comfort for shorter mums and taller dads (or vice versa!) and the cosy padded seat has a multi-position recline so it’s a comfy ride for any child. Petite Star's Kurvi Pushchair
When we got our hands on the Kurvi recently, we were really impressed with how light the bodywork felt but how reassuring it felt to handle.
The Kurvi has an additional appeal because you can choose a three or four wheel option.

Petite Star Kurvi – the details
The Kurvi has a two-position sun shade, a raincover, 5-point safety harness and a good sized shopping basket.
It’s suitable from birth to around 3 years, Kurvi is available as a 3-wheeler (Kurvi3) or 4-wheeler (Kurvi4) and is compatible with the Petite Star group 0+ car seat (which clicks into the chassis easily).
The Kurvi has an RRP £299.99 and comes in shocking pink, aqua blue or moonstone. The Kurvi Accessory pack is £54.99 (reversible cosy toes & changing bag) and the car seat is £89.99.

For details of stockists call 01923 663 344 or go to www.petitestar.com.


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I LIKE THE STYLE AND HOW MUCH USE YOU CAN HAVE WITH THIS AND ALL THE ACCESSORY S THAT YOU CAN GET FOT THE BUGGY TO HAVE THE BABY FACEING YOU IN THE PRAM THEN THE BUGGY CAN FACE YOU OR AWAY SO BABY CAN SEE WHAT IS GOING ON IS IDEAL FOR A GIRL OR BOY

Posted: 22/04/2009 at 10:41

Want one want one want one! I have  Loola at the moment and I love it but the Petite Star Kurvi is so much better looking. Now just need to convince hubby...


Posted: 23/04/2009 at 22:30

I AM GLAD THAT YOU LIKE WHAT I DID WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE LOOLA THEN


Posted: 23/04/2009 at 22:44

The Loola is brilliant but needs a seperate carrycot (my little guy's 6months so doesn't need one now anyway) but for my next baby I think a Moonstone Kurvi will be my first choice! Think hubby would like it too as it's so stylish and even has the option of a sporty looking 3wheeler (Loola is less flashy). Also the Kurvi's got adustable handles - my husband's over 6ft and find pushing the Loola uncomfortable. Just wondering what its dimensions are when folded and how much it weighs...


Posted: 23/04/2009 at 23:06

IT SOUNDS LIKE YOUR HUSBAND HAS A HARD TIME PUSHING THE OTHER BUGGY BECAUSE HE IS TALL YOU BOTH NEED TO FEEL COMFORTABLE PUSHING THE BUGGY I SAY GIVE IT A TRY SOMEWHERE BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO BUY TO MAKE SURE IT IS WHAT YOU WANT MY LITTLE GIRL IS NINE MONTHS OLD AND IN A BUGGY

Posted: 24/04/2009 at 10:49

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