Reviews and Problems with Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP
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Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP 5-70 Convertible Review
5 March 2012
Conclusion: Pros Cons Overall the Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP 5-70 Convertible is a winner. The carseat is solidly made with quality materials, has the requisite EPS foam, and is comfortable. Easy installation with LATCH and its relatively light weight will make the Peg convertible excel as a travel seat. It is on the expensive side, but I predict that parents who buy it will be happy with their purchase, as will their child.
Pros: Weight Limits: A rear-facing convertible that actually fits a wide range of children., Deep headrest that’s comfy for sleeping, but not overly obtrusive., Separate LATCH straps for each side of the carseat., Sturdy harness strap webbing., 10 Harness Slot Positions: Allows adjustment of harness height to “just right” for a child., 2 Crotch Strap Positions: Being able to shorten the crotch strap for the inside position means the buckle will sit low on a baby instead of ...
Cons: Instruction Manual: I know, I know, I have it listed as a Pro too. Having an outside set of eyes go through the manual would have caught the errors., Rear-Facing Belt Path: It’s tight, but still workable., Belly Pad: Buckle doesn’t fit into it when moved to the inside position.
Excerpt: Product IPAH28BP53RU46 Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle Sea... Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHarness Points5-PointRecline Fea... When we were close to the delivery of our son we decided to get not only the best possible car seat (the Primo Viaggio SIP which I also review elsewhere) but also a matching stroller. The Aria completed a travel system.