Reviews and Problems with Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40
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Overall best 2 seat stroller
17 September 2012
Summary: This stroller was great for my new baby and toddler. The larger side fit her car seat and my toddler could be side by side. It fits thru almost all doorways - a huge benefit. The fabric wipes off very easily and I found it to be very durable and fashionable. There were no issues with the wheels -- I agree cupholder is junk but easy fix . Don't overload the bottom - but that is with any stroller basket. When you compare to Graco DuoGilde ( that stroller is the WORST ).
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Steer, Fits In Standard Doorways, Lightweight
Summary: This is a very poor quality item. It is mostly plastic. It is really hard to psh forward as the wheel is always stuck sideways. There are no cup holders. The canopies look really nice but they don't stay clicked into the position you want them in. The cargo hold is too narrow. SAVE YOUR MONEY! The only good things are the door access and the general lightness.
Summary: Not good from Philadelphia Was thrilled at first. My infant carrier carseat from Evenflo fit into it. I could get through doors and it fit in the trunk of my Honda Civic. Then 9 months later, the wheel fell off at the mall. A replacement part was quickly sent to me, but it has been wobbly ever since. And once the weight of my children combined to a total of 50 pounds, impossible to turn. And the material does not come off for laundering.
Summary: I just bought the Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 and I am very pleased about the purchase. I read all the reviews on [@], [@] and many other web sites and I would like to respond to the commonalities between those reviews. EASE OF CLEANUP - This item is not on any review that I read (or at least remember) and it is very important to me.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: This stroller is awful!!!!! I have to spray the wheels with WD40 weekly because if I don't they squeek terriblly. It gets stuck on every bump in the sidewalk, even ones you would think should not be a problem. It feels very cheaply made and the frame twists when you are turning it. And it is always getting stuck when unfolding it. ASpend $50 more and get a Baby Jogger City Mini, it is a wayyyy better stroller.
Summary: We bought this stroller about a year ago after the birth of our second child. We were looking for a double stroller for our newborn and 18 month old that would fit the peg perego carseat. I found out that it would only fit securely into a peg perego stroller. Since we already had the peg perego carseat, 2 bases and the pliko 3 stroller, I did not want to have to buy a whole new travel system, thus we bought this stroller.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight
Cons: Child trays too narrow, Cup holder falls off, Flimsy, Squeaks, Unstable
Summary: I bought this stroller because I thought I would spend more money on a good brand/stroller that would last me a while. I was in LOVE with the IDEA of this stroller - I LOVE the side-by-side style and I LOVE the 60/40 feature so I could fit the infant carseat and my toddler in a side-by-side stroller. It's not a huge bulky stroller, which I like (but it does take up most my trunk since it folds flat). I have had it for 9 months and I am ready to throw it away!!
Pros: 6040 feature, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Side-by-side stroller
Cons: Child tray too small, Cup holder falls off, Difficul tray release, Falling apart, Flimsy, No parent tray, Squeaky wheels, Straps are a big tangle, Unstable
Summary: I bought this stroller while on vacation in Disney World. I have a 3yr old and a 1yr old. I do like the side by side design however, the first day I used it the wheels were squeeking. I called Peg Perego to see if they could do anything for me and they said put some silicone lubricant on the wheels. Now I am thinking great....this must be the norm.