Excerpt: I rated this a 4 because although I did have some problems, I would buy the same stroller if given the choice. We chose this unusually folded larger stroller because it fit our trunk at the time. I actually used it on Halloween this year to carry my purse, etc.
Excerpt: Much easier and smaller than the original travel system I purchased. Easy to open and close. On one occasion, my child slipped through the front (downward), but it is likely because he was not properly buckled in and very wiggly. He always asks to be buckled now.
I would recommend as an everyday stroller for general walking.
7 June 2011
Summary: Excellent stroller for everyday use. Very easy to get open and closed. Fairly light. Only complaint is that there is no good bar at the bottom to put your feet on if you need to tip the stroller to get up a crack/lip in a sidewalk, etc. Also doesn't have a good cup holder for the stroller operator. But very cozy for the child. Nice harness system, easy to use. I like the sunshade, it is very versatile and can be lowered a great deal to protect from sun, etc.
Excerpt: Our daugher loves her stroller. We can lean it back almost completely flat if we're out and she needs a nap. The padding makes it very comfortable for her. There is a large basket underneath to store your bags and snacks while you're out. The stroller is built very sturdy overall. The wheels are very smooth, but is not meant for rough and bumpy roads (ie. over gravel).
Excerpt: I actually purchased my stroller on craigslist. I had done a lot of research on strollers prior to the purchase. Everything I read said Peg Perego is top of the line. However, due to the cost I could not buy new. The stroller I purchased is about 3 years old and looks and functions like brand new. There are a few things I don't really care for...
Excerpt: I bought the Peg Perego Pliko P3 Stroller to go with my Peg Perego carseat and have been using for quite some time now. I love almost everything about it. It allows a car seat to be attached in a position facing the pusher, which is great for babies. Its also very comfortable for the child to sit in, with mulitple seating levels (from sitting upright to laying down flat. It has a place in the tray to put snacks and a cup for the child to use while riding.
Excerpt: Love love love the Peg Perego Pliko P3 stroller. It's light-weight, easy to use and stylish to boot. We've traveled quited extensively with our daughter and have had to lug along a stroller for those times when she just doesn't want to or willing to walk herself. However, going through airport security is a breeze with this stroller.
Excerpt: After extensive research, this is the stroller I chose during my pregnancy. I loved the quality, the way it looked and the fact that Peg Perego is a very reputable brand for children's products such as strollers and high chairs. I am very glad that I went with the Pliko P3 -- to a point.
Excerpt: So far this stroller has lasted 3.5 years (2 kids). The cons are that it is not that easy to fold and unfold. A taxi driver once had a fight with it. I avoid the folding by using an small umbrella stroller in the car instead. Also it is not simple to change remove the cup holder once you put it on. One pro is that it is durable. I was very upset that my original Graco broke at the handle and saved up to buy this instead.
Excerpt: Collapses down and once collapsed it will rest stranding upright, however we have had some issues with the wheels having to face or sit just right in order for this feature to work. The tray is very convenient, however I wish there was a tray for cups and such for Mommy too. Also the cup holder in the baby tray is pretty narrow, so lots of our sippy cups didn't fit.