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Peg Perego

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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!!
Couldn't Of Asked For Anything Better! By
January 1, 2004
Had a Graco high chair on my registry list and received this instead from Mom because it was pink and she just had to buy pink! Very easy to put together especially at 8 1/2 months pregnant. I love that it reclines and the height is adjustable. It's on wheels which makes it easy to manuever throughout the house and it folds up very easily which makes it easy to store out of the way while not in use. Everything seems to be great about this chair. Our daughter won't be using it for a few months since she isn't even here yet but I'm sure she'll love it as much as I do already.
We LOVE this stroller! By
January 1, 2004
This is the ultimate side-by-side double stroller in my opinion! I have the single Aria and love it so much that I knew I wanted the double (now that we are expecting our second child) as soon as it came out! This stroller weighs only 14lbs and pushes like a DREAM! It folds SO compactly that I could easily fit TWO of them in the trunk of my Nissan Altima (I have the Twin and the single both in their right now - with plenty of room to spare). The basket underneath is HUGE - I can't imagine not being able to fit everything I would need in there PLUS tons of shopping bags ;) The stroller has two independent canopies which is great if one child wants to be in the sun and the other doesn't (which happens more than you think just because they want to be difficult!). The front bumper bars in the Aria Twin can either be removed completely or swiveled open (again, independently) so the child can climb in and out on their own (which my 2-year old LOVES to do - you know how independent they are!). The 5-point harness is great because it keeps them from climbing out of the stroller but still allows them to move freely as it's not attached to the back of the seat. The Aria Twin pushes SO easily, even with just one child in it - you would think having weight on one side would throw it off balance but it doesn't at all! I bought the Aurora pattern because I ordered it from a website that had a coupon code so I could get a discount (it was the only website I could find that carried this stroller that had a coupon code) and this was the only pattern they had. I wasn't too fond of the colors based on the pictures but it is MUCH nicer in person! I'm sooooo glad I got the one I did! I can't think of anything I DON'T like about this stroller - I highly recommend it to anyone with twins or two children of different ages, like me =)
By
October 9, 2012
looked great.. The new parents to-be love it!!
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.

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