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Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40


$340.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Comes fully assembled, just attach the hoods and trays. Basket is fairly large, fits a small diaper bag with room to spare. Hoods can be set fairly low, offer good protection against the sun.

The Cons:Manual doesn't show you how to install the carseat, need to figure it out on your own.

The Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 is an extra lightweight, compact stroller with 4 double-wheels with tread and springs. Designed for two newborns, infants, and toddlers, the Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 is a direct upgrade from the Peg Perego Aria Twin in that it maintains a more compact and lightweight (8kg versus 9kg) frame.

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In all other ways, however, the Aria Twin 60/40 is practically a duplicate of its peer. For instance, the Aria Twin 60/40 also features a light and resistant lacquered Aluminum frame with swiveling/locking front wheels and back wheels with pedal breaks. In addition, the Aria Twin 60/40 sports an ergonomic handle with a baby-bottle holder, a side carrying handle, and two removable front bar-child trays that snap open and closed. Plus, the Aria Twin 60/40 boasts dual five-point seat belts, dual backrests that recline to several positions, and a large/practical basket for storing necessary supplies and equipment. Lastly, the Aria Twin 60/40 maintains an easy-to-fold design for convenient storage during non-use. The Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 retails for a slightly more expensive $339.99 (versus $299.00) and comes with a 6 month limited warranty.

Features

  • Aluminum Frame
  • Foldable Design
  • 4 Double Wheels
  • Swivel/Lock (Front Wheels)
  • Break Pedal (Back Wheels)
  • Ergonomic Handle w/Holder
  • Front Bar-Child Tray2
  • Five-Point Seat Belt2
  • Reclining Backrest2
  • Large Basket
  • 6 Month Limited Warranty

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    comes fully assembled, just attach the hoods and trays

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    basket is fairly large, fits a small diaper bag with room to spare

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    hoods can be set fairly low, offer good protection against the sun

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    seats recline easily, good for nap time

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    folding and opening is quick and easy

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    frame is constructed very sturdy, don't have to worry about wearing it out before the kids outgrow it

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    balanced well to make it easy to maneuver

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    glides over bumps and irregularities in the pavement smoothly

Cons
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    manual doesn't show you how to install the carseat, need to figure it out on your own

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