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Peg Perego

This stroller is great!!! By
October 22, 2006
This is my third stroller in 2 years, and this one is a keeper. It is compact (fits in the toolbox of a pickup when collapsed) and light weight. The basket on the bottom is very roomy, as big as the one on my travel system. Great recline for comfy sleeping. The fabric is very easy to clean, and durable. Has 2 cup holders, one on tray one on handle bar. One of my favorite things is the harness. It is a five point harness, but the shoulder staps are not attached to the back of the stroller, your child is completely safe and strapped in, but has plenty of freedom to move around within the stroller. My 2 year old daughter loves this stroller. It was a great investment and the big kicker is that it is beautiful as well (we have the Rose)!!! Highly recommend!!!
I Chose the Right Double Stroller By
January 1, 2004
Great Stroller if you don't need strong basket
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October 9, 2012
looked great.. The new parents to-be love 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!
Awesome Stroller, UNBEATABLE QUALITY! CADILLAC OF ALL TRIPLET STROLLERS! By
January 1, 2004
For safety, quality, and comfort, you can't beat it! Although it is more expensive than most brands, it is truly worth it--you definitely get what you paid for. The wheel suspension allow a smooth and comfortable ride. My favorite feature is the fact that you can face the seats toward you; this helps you to have more control over strangers trying to reach in and touch the babies, and you can keep a constant eye on the little ones.
Terrific Triplet Transportation! 3 Thumbs up! By
January 1, 2004
We bought a previously owned Peg Perego Triplette stroller from another MOM on a triplet support site when I was around 15 weeks pregnant. My trio are now almost 2 yrs old and this stroller is still going strong. When trying to decide which triple stroller to buy, we found that the Peg Perego consistently had very good reviews. We have found ourselves, that this stroller is indestructible and additionally it has very good resale value, which is great, since money is always tight when you have multiples! Even though my children are almost 2, they still have plenty of room in the stroller seats. The seats recline if they want to nap, and the sun canopies are each removable, as are the seat covers (which is very important when you have 3 hungry toddlers devouring french fries, ice cream, etc from within this stroller). The stroller is rather long and heavy but I feel that is to be expected when you are dealing with a stroller built for 3. Once you get hang of it, it is not difficult to push or manuever. The triplette stroller does not fold up but instead has to be taken apart to fit in the back of the minivan. I don't know that it would fit in the standard car trunk although I am guessing that most families with multiples are in need of a minivan anyways. Once you have taken it apart and put it back together a few times, it is easy to do and can be done rather quickly. I have found that it is almost impossible to push this stroller while carrying a cup. And unfortunately the stroller does not have a cup holder. However we were able to buy a cup holder for around $5 which just snaps on to the stroller handle and that has worked very well for us. My only other complaint is that the stroller's storage basket is rather shallow. My large diaper bag does not fit there. If you are only using the basket for small shopping bags or for jackets, it is just fine. Overall I think this stroller is a great value. The frame is strong and the wheels are large and heavy. I have used it on grass, gravel, concrete, as well as at the mall, with no problems. I would highly recommend it!
Finally someone got it right!!, By
January 1, 2004
What can I say, sombody finally nailed it. I have owned 5 strollers in the last 3yrs. I was just about ready to give up until I saw this one, it rides like a dream. I am 5'9 and Hubby 6'3 and we dont have to slouch to push it. Yes the basket is only accessible from the front,or the side but I can live with that. It holds weight beautifully, not like the other light weight stroller we have that as soon as you put that little ones in it seems they shrink about 10 times and extremely hard to push and they just look so uncomfortable. I love the reclining positions, and it is as light as feather. The only thing I wish they would have considered was giving us a peek hole in the top of the canopy to see the little ones, and I would wish for a bigger canopy as when she is asleep and fully reclined the light still hits her in the eyes. Did I mention it has a pocket in the back to carry the keys or wallets! Thanks Peg Perego!!
Best stroller By
January 1, 2004
This is a good buy, even though it's a little more expensive than other comparable models, it's well worth the money. Fold-up for storage/transportation is very easy. The one drawback is the undercarriage storage basket - it is not very functional.
Best baby item I own! By
April 6, 2007
This is the greatest invention on earth, the fold up is so easy and and the stroller is light. It takes up 1/2 the trunk space than my sisters plastic bulky Graco. It feels like a quality stroller and is! We say it is like the BMW of strollers, compact, well made, quality, built for function and to last. It IS NOT HARD TO FOLD AND UNFOLD as another reviewer said. Even Grandma can do it just fine! You attach the cup holder yourself, so if it is too close to the handle then you can move it. The storage sapce is limited, but you can hang on the handles. FYI: BUY THE SNACK TRAY!
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.

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