Peg Perego Strollers
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|Parents love the adjustable telescoping handles with their comfortable padding and the detachable cup holder. The stroller seat converts to carriage mode and theseat can be easily changed to face forward or back|
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|It comes with a car-seat adapter for attaching a Peg-Perego car seat, and its reversible handle (so baby can ride facing you) and fully-reclining seat makes it appropriate for newborns…|
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|Although this stroller requires two hands to fold, users say it folds compactly and is able to stand on its own when folded. Aria Twin double stroller’s rear-locking brakes and swivel wheels improves maneuverability.|
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|easy to push with one hand, turns on a dime, handles bumps with ease…even easy to push on grass in the park, thanks to the large back wheels…|
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|This 3-wheel stroller comes equipped with rear-wheel shock absorbers (with 3 settings), a hand brake, and a removeable or wearable “parents pack” to carry additional necessities.|
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Peg Perego, based in Arcore, Italy, designs and manufactures baby products and riding toys developed by the Perego family. The company was founded by Guiseppe Perego and has been in business since 1946 when he first started making Peg Perego strollers. In 1986 they opened a subsidiary based in Indiana and have factories in Brazil and Canada as well as Italy.
Currently his sons run the business that proves to be a top manufacturer of high-end baby products including high chairs, strollers, carriages, car seats, diaper bags, feeding accessories and other equipment involved with child care. They are also a leader in ride-on toys and partners with New Holland, Polaris, John Deere, Jeep, Barbie, Ducati, and Antonio Carraro..
The 2010 Collection of Peg Perego strollers include the Uno, Pliko P3 Classico, Pliko Switch Classico, Si Classico, and Vela Classico. The Uno has a reversible seat, a detachable tray with cup holder and detachable leg cover. The Pliko P3 Classico has telescoping handles, a rear foot board for a second child, and all-wheel suspension. The Pliko Switch Classico includes a detachable cup holder, a reversible seat that converts to carriage mode and the frame and seat can be used separately. The Si Classico, a stand-alone umbrella stroller, is a breeze to carry with a side hand-grip or height adjustable rear handles. The Vela Classico is feather light at ten pounds, the upholstery can be removed and washed, and the backrest is height adjustable.
Peg Perego was the first to use rubberized fabrics for easier cleaning and plastic injection molding to replace the original wicker. The company is highly innovative with many new designs such as modular stroller systems, battery operated rocking chairs, and remote control systems for their ride-on toys. In 2003 they introduced the self-propelled stroller named the Dinamico.
All Peg Perego Stroller come with a 1 year warranty against manufacturers defects.