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Peg Perego

Best light weight stroller ever! By
January 1, 2004
I am someone who does lots of research on my products before buying, especially expensive purchases. I LOVE this stroller. I am usually very happy with peg perego (except the highchair). This stroller moves very well. It is light wieght and easy to handle. I have traveled through many airports with it as well as others and have been very pleased with my purchase. It is a light weight stroller but it is the only one I ever use. You do not need to buy one of those big heavy ones. The only thing that bugs me is the basket on the bottom. It is only front accesable. But I can live with that. It also has the toddler stand on the back which we are just starting to use when we are out shopping and my toddler doesn't want to sit. I let her stand in the back and I put the bags in her seat. Also this stroller reclines fully and is perfect for diaper changes or naps. I highly recommend this stroller! And I love the new colors!
impressed! By
January 1, 2004
I bought the Aria Twin 5 months ago and have been very happy with it. My 3 year old is getting too big for it now so my next purchase for my 9 month old will be a Pliko P3. Peg Perego is the best brand of stroller I've used and I wouldn't buy anything else. The Aria Twin is very easy to open and close and fits in the truck of my car with room to spare for groceries. The only downfall to this stroller is that the basket may drag on uneven surfaces if you're carrying items in it, even if they're not that heavy.
Containment at it's finest! By
January 1, 2004
We bought this stroller just after the birth of our third daughter. At the time our other 2 daughters were 1 and 2 years old. This stroller made many trips to the mall, zoo, parks, etc. And was a lifesaver because our oldest was a wanderer and our third was rather heavy! The Triplette is designed to be comfortable for any age up to about 45 pounds. The seats can be reversed to all face backwards. All seats have 3 positions, as well as adjustable feet rests. Canopies for each individual seat are great for the park or zoo. Removable front seat bars make it easy for the bigger child to get in and out. The unique seat belt is easier to use than most and prevent you from "forgetting" to use the between the legs portion of the seat belt. This stroller has large wheels than go well on most surfaces. The only disadvantages to this stroller are it's size and weight distribution of children. This stroller is very long and does not turn on a dime! To transport the Triplette you either have to have a very large cargo area or take the seats off and fold the frame down. Even folded down it takes up the whole cargo area of a Ford Aerostar and Plymouth Grand Voyager. The other problem you might experience is if you have 3 "stair step" children, you will probably want the youngest in the back closest to you, and the oldest up front so they can have the best view and it is easiest for them to get in and out. But with this set up you are likely to experience tipping. The heaviest child in the front and the littlest in the back can be a problem, especially if the front child is "bouncy"! There is a storage basket underneath the current models so you have a place for the diaper bag and purchases. Even with it's "problems" this is a great stroller! I could not have gotten by without it!
Great stroller! By
December 11, 2006
I have bought several strollers over the years especially as my needs have changed. I love lightweight umbrella type strollers as they fit the needs of my lifestyle, but I always miss features like cupholders, a snack tray, etc. This stroller has the both of best worlds. I read all the complaints about this stroller. I have to admit I was a little hesitant about purchasing it. My only advice is to take your time putting it together--make sure you put the wheels and cupholder on right. I have not had any problems with steering, cup holder popping off, etc. Great stroller!
mint pilko lite By
January 1, 2004
my daughter is 19 months we've had 5 strollers an evenflo travel system, a smaller graco, then a saftey first jogger, a jeep umbrella stroller, a full size combi, and finally the last purchase was the pilko lite it is a lifesaver, the first stroller didn't fit into my trunk and the latches that locked it in to place were broken in 3 months, the smaller graco was very uncomfortable to push and it was not very roomy for the baby either, the front wheels on the jogger just slid instead of rolled and it was very heavy and bulky, the reclining jeep umbrella stroller was the comapctness i was searching for but it was sized for a doll not a real baby, the combi was beautiful it even had speakers but you couldnt turn it no matter how you tried to push it was by far the worst steering on any stroller i've had,after all these strollers my husband and i were burnt, i found the pilko lite shopping one day its huge big enough for a five year old, it glides across any surface and spins on a dime, it folds as small as any cheap umbrella stroller and you can even attach an infant carrier carseat. it has plenty of storage and a cup holder, also reclines lower then some of the cheaper large strollers...... this stroller is worth every penny, (i just wish we'd found it sooner.....) My daughter loves it she is actually excited when we get it out of the car, the padding in the seat is the thickest i've seen, she falls asleep after two minutes in the stroller. If we had gone to the peg perego brand in the begining instead of trying to be cheap we would have saved a whole lot of money.........I just can't tell how great this stroller is.
Worth Every Penny! By
January 1, 2004
Before buying we looked at Maclaren, Bugaboo and Inglesina. After careful review of features, materials, colors, ease of use and overall design we purchased the Peg Perego. We live in South Florida (Weston) and nothing is within walking distance therefore it needs to be easy to fold and unfold. This is where we have seen and read that the Bugaboo is not very practical (which was one of our favorites prior to our research). This is our first stroller and it seems that we will not need to buy another one any time soon. If we would need to purchase another one (for a small baby) today, it would be the Peg Perego.
worth the $$$ By
January 1, 2004
Good product. Worth the money
Another GREAT Peg Perego product!! (Review of the SWIVEL wheeled version) By
January 1, 2004
The stroller is easy to assemble and disassemble, takes maybe 5 minutes TOPS to do it. The G-matic seats just click into place on the three positioned plates on the chassis, and removal is by pushing two buttons on either side of the arms of the actual seating units and lifting up. You can also use instead of the actual stroller seat, Peg Perego's G-matic infant carseats! This does take up a lot of room to store and transport and at 60" long (yes, that's 5 foot!) it does take a bit of room to turn. This can also be used as a double stroller with LOTS of room. You can position it as a double with both seats facing mom, both seats facing out, or the seats facing each other. As a triple, all three seats can either face mom, or face out...not in combination as the foot rests and bumper bars would collide. This has a HUGE basket underneath, the BEST out of ANY Peg Perego stroller on the market. And possibly the best out of any TRIPLE on the market! Each seat is covered in the typical Peg Perego fabric. Up until 2003 the Triplette was only available in the Chesapeake pattern (navy/white), however in 2003 they also added Black Sable (black/grey/white). The Chesapeake seat fabric is hand wash only. (bummer) On MY stroller, the previous owner had altered the harnesses to make them each a 3pt harness, though these can be replaced with the standard factory issued 5pt harnesses from Peg Perego for about $25/seat. Each seat also has a full hood with a zip out panel for air movement, while still being able to be positioned in any position. Each seat also has a removable bumper bar, and a multi-position(2) footrest and has 3 positions of recline. The newer models also come standard with a boot for each seat to make them enclosed. The seats also have a netting at the bottom so that when they are fully reclined you can attach the mesh to the bumper bar to create a fully enclosed seat for infants that they can't slide/wiggle out of.
Great Stroller By
January 1, 2004
I purchased this stroller as a travel stroller to fly with and to leave in my SUV. We just returned from a trip to Disneyland with our 4 year old and 8 month old. The stroller was wonderfull from the minute we used it. My Graco Snugride carseat fits in the stroller very securely. The stroller pushes very nicely with my 8 month old in the front and my 40 pound 4 year old on the back standing. We navigated through the crowds of Disneyland with no problems. My 4-year old dressed up like Ariel mermaid for dinner one night and we had her stand on the back of the stroller to get to dinner in California Adventure and people commented that she looked like she was riding on a "Chariot." She enjoyed riding both in front and on the back. The great thing about this stroller is, even with my 40 pound daugher riding,either in front or stand in on the back, it still pushed and turned very nicely. We own 4 strollers total. This one is by far my favorite for travel and to keep in the car. It is very compact compared to my Graco and very stable compared to my Combi travel stroller. I still use my Inglesina Magnum for walks from home because of the big air filled wheels.Over all the Pliko 3 is a wonderful stoller with being lightwieght, compact, stable, a smooth ride and both of my children can ride without compromising anything. Definetly worth the money. I wished I would have purchased this before I bought the Graco and Combi. It combines the smooth ride and stability of the Graco with the compactness of the Combi. Overall the "complete stroller."
Compact convenient By
January 1, 2004
I like that this stroller is an umbrella stroller. I have an SUV and not many things can fit in the rear. I replaced the travel stroller with this convenient umbrella stroller. I also wanted a light weight stroller that I can lift with one hand. It actually is not as light as I expected but it is much lighter than the travel stroller. The steering is much better that the travel stroller. However, for my 3 1/2 month old baby the strap harness is not ideal since it comes in contact with her face. It looks as if within time she will out grow that. Overall, I enjoy strolling her in it.

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