Summary: I love everything about this stroller it has everything I need from the way it fully reclines so my daughter can nap while I go shopping to the way the wheels make full 360 turns. If you are in the market for a high quality stroller for your little one I would recommend giving the peg perego venezia stroller a look. The 5 point harness system is a little confusing but once you get that down everything else is a piece of cake.
Summary: It sucks...For $400 I was expecting this thing to last for a long time. After about 7 mos, the entire frame of this thing was bent. When it is fully assembled, one of the back wheel is about 1/2 inch above the ground. Thank God we had another baby because we were able to get a double Stroller, which was the Graco DuoGlider. A wonderful stroller...Large but well built. We call it our "Stretch Limo.
Summary: This is the best stroller! I have a 3 year old and a one year old.... I no longer have to drag my double stroller out anymore. My toddler can stand on the step and ride with me. Its fun for her and it keeps her close to me. Sometimes they switch and my one year old stands while the 3 year old rides. It is durable and handles easily.
Excerpt: Great as far as the travel system convenience factor. With the Primo Viaggio car seat, it is quite convenient for moving your baby from the car to the stroller without waking him/her up. A litle large and cumbersome for packing away in your trunk, but overall a decent value for the dollar.
Summary: It is a fabulous stroller - beautifully made, compact, simple to use and high quality. It has clips to attach a diaper bag, standing bars for older children to stand upon, and a large foldable sun visor. The storage bag underneath is handy. It fully reclines for diaper changing and sleeping. It is the finest stroller I have ever seen.
Summary: I "LOVE" this Stroller. It is light, easy to fold, YET very roomy - which allows my Granddaughter to lay down flat to enjoy a complete sleep (she has slept in it overnight completely comfy) ... It has a reversible handle and my G'daughter loves riding face forward, watching the view. She doesn't get this view with her parents as she is a twin, and sits behind her sister, who has lots of medical visits & we mind her when she goes, so bought this Stroller.
Reversible handle pram. Easily folded and transported. Great value!
20 September 2011
Summary: I bought this Peg Perego Stroller for my parents to use. The brand has a very good name and top of the range when first released. It is fantastic value for money. It easy to fold and put in the boot of a car and has a reversible handle, so the baby can look at you or face outwards which i find fantastic. Each wheel can be locked into position or remain rotatable which is very useful, however this pram is difficult to get up and down curbs unlike the 3 wheeler variety.
Peg Perego Venezia Single SA: mams and papas venezia
29 October 2008
Summary: The venezia is a pram/pushchair with the added bonus of a handle that moces from front to back so no seat unit is removed., great if you have hold of a baby or a toddler to watch also. this is a nice looking pram but when baby is facing you, the front wheels dont swivel so the pram vbecomes odd to push. this was my least favourite pram and sue to the swivel wheels being at the back when baby ios facing you, can be awkward on stairs or escilators.
Pros: reversable handle
Cons: hard to push when facing you, not the best in the price range