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All user reviews of Petite&Mars Street

4.2/5
21 parent reviews

We can't praise it enough

5
  • Light
  • Quickly foldable
  • Saves space
  • Wide enough for a footmuff
  • Easy to fold into the car trunk

Satisfaction in every respect. We can't praise it enough.

Matched the price

3
  • Compact
  • Light
  • Adjustable
  • Bad steering
  • Foam/plastic wheels were making the push harder

The stroller matched the price they were selling it for.

  • Pretty design
  • Large canopy
  • Short harness belts
  • Folding

Nice - only I would love the reverse folding as with Valco.

I haven't seen a nicer one

5
  • Light
  • Easily steerable
  • Design
  • Modern
  • Canopy changing options
  • It's a shame the handlebar doesn't reverse to the opposite direction

Great, lightweight, we have a limit of 100 pieces, pink with swans, I haven't seen a nicer one 🙂 Possibility to buy a hood and straps - and you have a new stroller 🙂

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to steer
  • I mind a bit that the sitting position is not totally upright

The price/performance ratio is totally worth it.

Satisfaction with the price and quality

5
  • Pretty
  • Sturdy
  • Fits a Skoda fabia
  • Not too expensive
  • Large sun visor
  • Enough space for the kid
  • Quite large basket
  • None so far

Satisfaction with the price and quality - and it is very compact.

Easy to use, also easy to fold in the car

5
  • Easy to fold
  • Compact
  • Lightweight frame
  • Inflatable wheels TOP

Best pushchair ♥️ Easy to use, also easy to fold in the car. A TOP of the line stroller.

I had foam wheels and they didn't suit me

3
  • High load capacity
  • Spaciousness
  • Large shopping basket
  • Takes up little space when folded
  • Canopy can be replaced
  • Expensive inflatable wheels
  • Foam wheels are terrible
  • No suspension
  • Folds to the outside
  • The leg cover fastens poorly and does not protect sufficiently from the wind
  • Canopy could be longer
  • After half a year of use, the stroller is shaky and squeaks
  • Does not recline easily

I used this stroller for half a year. I had foam wheels and they didn't suit me. I also didn't like that the stroller was not cushioned. Other things like carrying capacity, spaciousness, and the ability to replace the canopy are great.

  • compact
  • pretty
  • swappable hoods so you are never bored with it
  • I found no cons

A great buy. We have a limited edition and we bought inflatable wheels for it, and I haven't regretted the purchase yet...

Some women write that they had the pram on warranty repair, I have a feeling that one time they probably changed the supplier of plastics, so the frame broke. Our piece was bought in August 2017 and so far it works like a dragon, it has no defect or damage. Now my daughter rides in it. It has a high load capacity and the shopping basket can take a lot.

I can definitely only recommend it, it is the only pram on which you can change the wheels.

It got broken a few times

2

It got broken a few times, all the time I had to put it in for a complaint.

My Petite&Mars Street stroller in Steel Blue is just great. Easy to use, easy to fold, fits really everywhere, the little one has a lot of space in it. I recommend it with all 10❤

  • Load capacity
  • Appearance
  • 5-point belt
  • Weight
  • Bad manipulation
  • Folding
  • Tall husband stumbling on the brake
  • Price - you have to buy everything

Suitable for the city, for shopping. Bad handling particularly on cobble stones - maybe inflatable wheels would solve it. Bought as a replacement stroller, smaller for shopping - I didn't want an umbrella type.

Very easy to ride even on moderate terrain

4
  • Design
  • Good handling even one-handed
  • Can tackle moderate terrain
  • Docela Quite heavy
  • Bulky a bit when folded, takes up some space in the trunk

Very nice. Unfortunately, it is quite heavy for travelling and folding and large even when folded. Cannot be put fully into a fully upright position, the child is still slightly slanted still.

Very easy to ride even on moderate terrain, we have it with inflatable wheels. It is easy to handle with one hand. Large shopping basket.

Perfect for us

5

Easy to drive around 🤩 Sturdy, roomy, perfect for us.

Comfortable for both baby and parent

5
  • Inflatable wheels
  • Design
  • Solid frame
  • Comfortable even for a larger child
  • Smooth ride
  • Great for all terrain

So far we have been using for a year. We fold and unfold very often - everything holds as when it was new. Comfortable for both baby and parent.

We used it just a little

4
  • fuss-free when in use, everything works as it should
  • too small a pocket - wet wipes, nappy and cream :-D and it is full

Satisfaction, but we used it just a little... The little one preferred to run rather than ride...

7.5 out of 10

4
  • Possibility to change canopies
  • Design
  • Lightweight frame
  • Folding does not take much time or space
  • Inflatable wheels can be purchased
  • Excellent front wheel rotation
  • Plenty of space - suitable for older children
  • The drawstrings for positioning are very impractical, when pulling down I almost always woke up the baby
  • Impossibility to have the baby facing you
  • Weaker cushioning - but for the city it is enough
  • Neither the seat cover nor the canopy can be washed

I would rate it 7.5 out of 10 🙂

Only a few niggles can be found

4
  • Design
  • Light weight
  • Canopies can be changed
  • Only in the world-facing direction
  • Folding
  • I miss a foot support

Overall satisfaction, only a few niggles can be found.

  • Lightweight
  • Doesn't take up much space in the trunk
  • Great price
  • Canopy pocket
  • Canopies can be changed
  • Easy to steer
  • Window on the canopy
  • Extendable canopy
  • Leg positioning
  • Spacious lying area
  • The second time around, I would invest in inflatable wheels

I was very happy with the pushchair, and so was my son.

Poor quality

2
  • One hand steering
  • The wheels were jamming
  • The structure was cracking
  • Short hood
  • Heavy
  • Non-detachable covers
  • Wheels were worn out after 2 months

Poor quality materials - the construction was breaking, the wheels after two months of use looked as if I had used it for three generations.

  • Controllable with one hand
  • Very spacious
  • Reclining up to a lie-flat
  • Leg rest positioning
  • Adjustable handle (so suitable for couples who have very different heights)
  • Large and accessible basket (on the side when baby is sleeping)
  • Wide canopy
  • Although it is relatively stable, it can tip over when the handle is overloaded
  • The seat part deforms a bit after prolonged use (especially if the child often stands on it)
  • Leg positioning is harder to access

We have had it since May 2018 and are still using it (January 2020), We bought it straight with inflatable wheels.

My son is already 3,5 years old, but because he is smaller, he can fit in it even in a winter foot muff - so it is very spacious. I will definitely keep it for my second child because even though we give him a hard time in terrain (we ride it on dirt roads and have been in the woods with it), it is still in very good condition.

We once complained about the left wheel where the bearing fell out, but it was all done, repaired within a month and no problems since.

Folding the seat outwards has proved to be a big advantage for me personally, as it's great for knocking out all the crumbs in the seat.

4.2/5
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