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Peg Perego

The best way to transport triplets in one stroller. By
January 1, 2004
My sister just had triplets. She was worried at first because she had no idea how she was going to transport them all at the same time. She was very lucky to be able to find this stroller in a consignment shop for only $150. After she bought the stroller, she had to buy a minivan to fit the stroller into. This stroller will not fit just in any vehicle, so try to keep that in mind. Also, the stroller is over 50 pounds and is very heavy. But, I guess what do you expect when you want something that will move three kids at once. This stroller has been a dream for my sister. Moving three kids at once is much easier with this stroller. The seats are adjustable, they can be set into three different positions. Each seat has its own sun canopy and each of them are removable. In order to fold the stroller, you must take each seat out. At first, the stroller can be hard to get used to but once you figure it out the stroller is very easy to use. I would definitely recommend this stroller to any one with triplets or three kids that are all stroller-age. Just keep in mind that it is huge and heavy and can be expensive. If you are looking for something like this, I would recommend that you visit consignment shops and check the classified ads before buying it new.
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!
I Chose the Right Double Stroller By
January 1, 2004
Great Stroller if you don't need strong basket
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!
It's Very Useful By
January 1, 2004
My baby has used this since she was 4 months old It has a sturdy wide base..It has height adjusters...you can recline it..very secure safty belts but I do make sure my babies hands are nowhere near it when I buckle it thats the only thing I dislike about this highchair. I dont find it hard to clean ..it comes with two trays and it has wheels and folds up definately worth the money especially now because it's on sale ..I paid full price :(
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.
Great Stroller if you don't need strong basket By
January 1, 2004
Recommended only if you don't mind replacing the basket over time
LIght-Weight enough for moms and roomie enough for babies. By
September 15, 2006
After weeks of research and debate, I finally decided on the Pliko Lite in Rose over the Maclaren Quest. I was originally looking into buying a light-weight umbrella stroller for my 17 months old daughter to hand down the bugaboo to my newborn. And after using the Bugaboo Frog for over a year, I was worried that not many strollers can fit my numerous needs. I really liked the Maclaren Quest for its light-weight, compact fold, and good reviews from its users but I was a little hesistant to spend that much money on a stroller that I can only use for quick trips. I was looking for a stroller that can do it all..be light-weight with an umbrella fold yet still have an accessible basket, comfortable and roomie seat for baby, and a good sized canopy. I live in So. California where I'm constantly in and out of the car, but once I'm out, I stroll with the baby for longer than an hour and didn't want to lose all the nice features that a full or medium-sized stroller has for an umbrella stroller. Fortunately I came across the Pliko lite during my research and it seemed to fit my requirements the best. The basket is roomie (only accessible from the sides or the front but I can live with that), the seat is plush with extra paddings on the sides so my daughter can easily lean her head to the side when taking a nap, the seat reclines far enough so she can be comfortable sleeping. Websites say that this stroller has a 2 point recline system which is a little misleading because it actually has three positions. One upright, one about 1/3 down and one 2/3 down, which makes it good enough for an older baby. The canopy comes down pretty far but it is missing a viewing window which I would like. But once again, my daughter is old enough to sit well on her own so I don't feel too bad about not checking up on her constantly through the canopy. It also comes with a decent cup holder but it is too small to hold large drinks. It can probably fit a small water bottle or sippy cups. But once again, I can't expect a full sized cup holder on an umbrella stroller. The fold is really easy and most importantly, the stroller stands on its own when folder which is a huge plus for me. It is not TOO light-weight but not too heavy either. I'd say about 16 lbs. So basically if you want a really light-weight umbrella stroller for quick trips, Maclarens are probably better. But if you're williing to deal with a little more weight for the comfort of your baby, I'd definitely recommend the Pliko Lite. My daughter loves this stroller and looks so comfortable in it that I don't think she'll miss her old Bugaboo. I'm glad I made this purchase and would definitely recommend it as an every day stroller for malls, outdoor areas, amusement parks, etc.
We Love this High Chair!!! By
January 1, 2004
We bought this same high chair 10 years ago when my first daughter was born and we absolutely loved it!! At the time,the only reason we bought it was because they had it in all white and we didn't want one with colors all over it. But as far as the high chair goes we loved every thing about it, super easy to clean and the reclining positions were great for a determined 4 month old..(they always want to be at the table with everyone). Also, many a times my kids fell asleep while eating and rather than wake them, all I had to do is recline the seat and they would sleep with out a problem because it has such a comfy seat cover. It held up wonderfully for 7 years. We thought we were done with kids and got rid of it, now I am expecting again and I have researched high chairs all over again, and have decided that this model is still the best for your money out there. We are buying this again!!
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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