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Peg Perego Culla


$670.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ride is pretty smooth, glides over bumps. Comfortable enough for naps or times where baby can't fall asleep at home. Durable and bulky build protects the infant when bumping into things.

The Cons:Turning isn't easy, can be tough to maneuver sometimes. Fairly heavy, not easy to lift into a trunk or up stairs. Cup holder falls off almost every time the unit is put in the car.

The Peg Perego Culla is a 2-in-1 carriage/stroller that includes a bassinet, a seat, and a chassis all in one compact frame. Designed for newborns, infants, and toddlers, the Peg Perego Culla features an extra large body with beautiful & washable Italian upholstery, not to mention an extra rounded fully-lined hood and removable boot cover.

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In addition, the Culla’s hood and boot have exclusive double fabric covers so that parents can mix-match colors such as navy fresh and white spring stripes. Plus, the Culla sports special mosquito netting covers on the front and rear to protect the child, an adjustable backrest, carrying straps for use off-chassis, a removable front bumper, an adjustable footrest, and a large supported seat. Lastly, the Culla boasts a tulle insert so that parents can watch their child from any position. The Peg Perego Culla retails for $669.99 and comes with a 6 month limited warranty.

Features

  • 2-in-1 Carriage/Stroller
  • Italian Upholstery
  • Fully-Lined Hood
  • Removable Boot Cover
  • Double Fabric Covers
  • Mosquito Netting
  • Adjustable Backrest
  • Carrying Straps
  • Removable Front Bumper
  • Adjustable Footrest
  • Large Supported Seat
  • Tulle Insert
  • 6 Month Limited Warranty

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Pros
  • 2

    ride is pretty smooth, glides over bumps

  • 2

    comfortable enough for naps or times where baby can't fall asleep at home

  • 2

    durable and bulky build protects the infant when bumping into things

  • 2

    easy to put in and take out the bassinet/seat

Cons
  • 1

    turning isn't easy, can be tough to maneuver sometimes

  • 1

    fairly heavy, not easy to lift into a trunk or up stairs

  • 1

    cup holder falls off almost every time the unit is put in the car

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